Felixberto Camacho Flores

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His Excellency
Felixberto Camacho Flores
Metropolitan Archbishop of Agana
See Agana, Guam
Installed April 21, 1971
Term ended October 25, 1985
Predecessor Apollinaris William Baumgartner
Successor Anthony Sablan Apuron
Other posts Titular Bishop of Stagnum (1970)
Orders
Ordination April 30, 1949
Consecration May 17, 1970
Personal details
Born (1921-01-23)January 23, 1921
Agana, Guam
Died October 25, 1985(1985-10-25) (aged 64)
San Francisco, California
Buried Dulce Nombre de María Cathedral-Basilica
Nationality Chamorro
Denomination Roman Catholic

Felixberto Camacho Flores (January 23, 1921 - October 25, 1985) was a Roman Catholic bishop of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Agana from April 21, 1971 to his death October 25, 1985.

Born in Agaña, Guam, Flores was ordained a priest on April 30, 1945 for the Capuchin order. On February 5, 1970, he was appointed apostolic administrator of Agaña and titular bishop of Stagnum and was consecrated on May 17, 1970. On May 24, 1971, he was appointed bishop of the Agaña Diocese and then was appointed archbishop of Agaña. He died while still in office.[1]

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Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Apollinaris William Baumgartner
Archbishop of Agana
1971–1985
Succeeded by
Anthony Sablan Apuron