Antonin Drapier

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Ordination history of
Antonin Drapier
History
Episcopal consecration
Consecrated by François David (Daoud)[1]
Date of consecration 22 December 1929
Episcopal succession
Bishops consecrated by Antonin Drapier as principal consecrator
Pierre Martin Ngô Đình Thục 4 May 1938
Felix Hedde 30 November 1939
Jean Cassaigne 24 June 1941
Santos Ubierna 21 September 1942
Raymond-Marie-Marcel Piquet 19 January 1944

Archbishop Antonin-Fernand Drapier (28 April 1891 in Creuë-en-Woëvre, France – 30 July 1967) was a Dominican Order archbishop and Apostolic Delegate to Indochina. He was ordained priest on 24 April 1924 and consecrated bishop on 22 December 1929.

He served as Apostolic Delegate to Iraq from 23 November 1929 to 19 November 1936 when was appointed Apostolic Delegate to Indochina. He retired in 1950.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archbishop Antonin-Fernand Drapier, O.P". Catholic-Hierarchy.org. David M. Cheney. Retrieved 21 January 2015.