Paul Ch'eng Shih-kuang

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Paul Ch'eng Shih-kuang
Bishop of Diocese of Tainan
Coat of arms of Paul Cheng Shi Guang.svg
Church Roman Catholic Church
See Diocese of Tainan
In office 1966 - 1990
Predecessor Clément Sirgue
Successor Joseph Marie Régis Belzile
Ordination June 29, 1943
Consecration July 25, 1960
by Thomas Tien Ken-hsin
Personal details
Born (1915-09-15)September 15, 1915
Hsiao-yi , Shanxi
Died August 23, 2012(2012-08-23) (aged 96)
Situn District,Taichung City
Previous post Auxiliary Bishop of Taipei (1960-1966)

Paul Ch'eng Shih-kuang (September 15, 1915 – August 23, 2012) was a Taiwanese prelate of the Roman Catholic Church.

Shih-kuang was born in Hsiao-Yi, Taiwan in the fall of 1915 and was ordained a priest June 29, 1943. Shih-kuang was appointed an Auxiliary Bishop for the Taipei Archdiocese on May 3, 1960 as well as Titular Bishop of Uccula and ordained bishop on July 25, 1960. He was appointed bishop of Diocese of Tainan on June 7, 1966 and remained in the position until his retirement December 3, 1990.

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