Fernando Ariztía Ruiz
Fernando Ariztía Ruiz (born May 27, 1925 in Santiago de Chile , † November 25, 2003 in Copiapó ) was a Chilean clergyman and Roman Catholic bishop of Copiapó .
Fernando Ariztía Ruiz was ordained a priest for the Archdiocese of Santiago de Chile on September 22, 1951 .
Pope Paul VI appointed him on May 25, 1967 auxiliary bishop in Santiago de Chile and titular bishop of Timici . The Archbishop of Santiago de Chile, Raúl Cardinal Silva Henríquez SDB , donated him episcopal ordination on July 9 of the same year ; Co- consecrators were Carlos González Cruchaga , Bishop of Talca , and Gabriel Larraín Valdivieso , Auxiliary Bishop in Santiago de Chile.
As a motto he chose Para que tengan vida y la tengan en abundancia . The Pope appointed him Bishop of Copiapó on December 11, 1976. On May 26, 2001, John Paul II accepted his age-related resignation.
|Carlos Marcio Camus Larenas||
Bishop of Copiapó
|Gaspar Quintana Jorquera CMF|
|SURNAME||Ariztía Ruiz, Fernando|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Chilean clergyman, Roman Catholic bishop of Copiapó|
|DATE OF BIRTH||May 27, 1925|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Santiago de Chile|
|DATE OF DEATH||November 25, 2003|
|Place of death||Copiapó|