|Apostolic Exarch of Sofia|
Episcopus Christo Proykov 2013
|Church||Bulgarian Greek Catholic Church|
|Diocese||Apostolic Exarchate of Sofia|
|Appointed||18 December 1993|
|Installed||5 September 1995|
|Other posts||Titular Bishop of Briula
Chairman of the Episcopal Conference of Bulgaria
|Ordination||23 May 1971|
|Consecration||6 January 1994
by John Paul II
11 March 1946 |
Christo Proykov (Bulgarian: Христо Пройков) (born 11 March 1946 in Sofia) is the Bulgarian Greek Catholic Bishop of Sofia. He was ordained a priest on 23 May 1971, then appointed Coadjutor Bishop of Sofia and Titular Bishop of Briula on 18 December 1993. On 6 January 1994 Proykov was ordained bishop and on 5 September 1995 he became Bishop of Sofia.
Born in Sofia on March 11, 1946 On September 6, 1970 he was ordained a deacon by Bishop Cyril Kourtev, and on May 23, 1971 - a priest by Bishop Methodius Stratiev. In 1980-1982, he specialized canon law at the Pontifical Oriental Institute in Rome, Italy. 1982 was a parish priest in the Cathedral "Assumption" in Sofia. In December 1991 it reopened the issue of the newspaper "Truth - Veritas", a continuation of the newspaper "Truth".
On December 18, 1993 is prekoniziran Bishop of Sofia-koadyutor Apostolic Exarchate and titular bishop of Briun. On January 6, 1994 was ordained a bishop in the Basilica "St. Peter" in Rome by Pope John Paul II, in sasluzhie with Cardinal Giovanni Battista Re and Archbishop Josip Uhach.
Manages the Catholic Exarchate of September 5, 1995 Bishop Christo Proykov chairman of the Episcopal Conference of Bulgaria by 1995. The Episcopal Conference of Bulgaria is chairman of these committees:
- Commission for Clergy
- Commission for Catholic Education and for titles
- Council for pastoral care over migrants and travelers
- Council for pastoral care health service
On 15 May 2009, he was appointed by Pope Benedict XVI as a consultant to the Congregation for Eastern Churches of the Roman Curia .
On November 15, 2007 is sastoyava ceremony of the Grand Cross "Pro piis meritis Melitensi" Order of Malta of Mgr. Proykov. Through awards Order of Malta expresses its gratitude to the Catholic Church in the country for helping to introduction of drugs such as humanitarian aid during the 1990s.
he name and titles of Exarch Proykov Latin are the following: Exc.mus ac Rev.mus D.nus Christo Proykov, Dei et Sedis Apostolicæ gratia Episcopus titularis Briulitanus, Exarcha Apostolicus Sophiæ pro catholicis ritus byzantini-slavi in Bulgaria commorantibus, Præses Conferentiæ Episcopalis Bulgariæ.
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