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8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Curtis Martin, founder and president of the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS), has been named by Pope Benedict XVI as a consultor for the Pontifical Council for Promoting the New Evangelization.
Traditionally, the director of the PISAI is chosen as a consultor (or adviser) of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue (PCID), so my connection with the PCID, which continues to the present, goes back to 1972.
For this reason I called for two meetings with the College of Consultors and Deans of the Diocese and they unanimously supported the initiative of opening a Catholic college so long as I was able to attract new money for it.
Chancery officials said the transaction was supported by the Diocesan Board of Consultors and the Diocesan Finance Committee before the bishop approved the sale.
Gomberg also serves on the Board of Consultors of Villanova University College of Nursing.
He explained the place of bishops in the church according to the Code of Canon Law and noted bodies that offer help and advice to bishops--presbyterial councils, colleges of consultors, financial councils, diocesan synods, and diocesan pastoral councils.
At that time priests in Oakland's College of Consultors elected Fr.
The consultors formally approved the school policy change on May 24, 1962.
After a meeting of a small group of Rome-based consultors on July 20, the text had a new thesis, no.
In 2003, he received the Gerald Abraham Award for Distinguished Service from Villanova University School of Law, where he had served for two years as chairman of the Board of Consultors.
The consultors were greatly agitated and, backed by Bishop Remi de Roo, Chairman of the theological commission, called for "freedom of conscience.
Theologians continued to play an important role as consultors in the exercise of doctrinal teaching authority, but the circle of trusted theologians was for the most part now reduced to the theological faculties at the various Roman colleges.