Donald Campbell (bishop)

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The Most Reverend
Donald Alphonsus Campbell
Archbishop of Glasgow
Church Roman Catholic
Archdiocese Glasgow
Appointed 6 January 1945
In office 1945-1963
Predecessor Donald Mackintosh
Successor James Scanlan
Orders
Ordination 3 April 1920
Consecration 14 December 1939
by Andrew McDonald
Rank Metropolitan Archbishop
Personal details
Born (1894-12-08)December 8, 1894
Bohuntine, Scotland
Died July 22, 1963(1963-07-22) (aged 68)
Nationality Scottish
Previous post Bishop of Argyll and The Isles (1939-1945)
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Donald Alphonsus Campbell (1894–1963) was a Scottish prelate who served as the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Glasgow from 1945 to 1963.[1]

Born in Bohunhin, Glen Roy, Inverness-shire on 8 December 1894, he was ordained to the priesthood on 3 April 1920. He was appointed the Bishop of the Diocese of Argyll and the Isles by the Holy See on 5 October 1939, and consecrated to the Episcopate on 14 December 1939. The principal consecrator was Archbishop Andrew Thomas McDonald of Saint Andrews and Edinburgh, and the principal co-consecrators were Bishop George Henry Bennett of Aberdeen and Bishop William Henry Mellon of Galloway.[1]

Six years later, he was translated to the Metropolitan see of Glasgow as archbishop on 6 January 1945.[1] In 1952, Archbishop Campbell described Marshal Tito as a "modern Nero".[2] He attended the first session of the Second Vatican Council in 1962.[1]

He died in office on 22 July 1963, aged 68.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "Archbishop Donald Alphonsus Campbell". Catholic-Hierarchy.org. David M. Cheney. Retrieved 5 October 2010. 
  2. ^ "The Guest of Dishonor". TIME Magazine. 29 December 1952. 
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Donald Martin
Bishop of Argyll and the Isles
1939–1945
Succeeded by
Kenneth Grant
Preceded by
Donald Mackintosh
Archbishop of Glasgow
1945–1963
Succeeded by
James Donald Scanlan