José María Libório Camino Saracho

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José María Libório Camino Saracho (born November 13, 1931 in Santurtzi ) is a Spanish clergyman and emeritus Roman Catholic bishop of Presidente Prudente in Brazil .


José María Libório Camino Saracho was ordained a priest for the diocese of São Miguel Paulista on July 6, 1958 .

Pope John Paul II appointed him auxiliary bishop in São Miguel Paulista and titular bishop of Urusi on June 16, 1999 . The Apostolic Nuncio in Brazil, Archbishop Alfio Rapisarda , donated him episcopal ordination on September 29 of the same year ; Co- consecrators were Fernando Legal SDB , Bishop of São Miguel Paulista, and Carmelo Echenagusía Uribe , Auxiliary Bishop in Bilbao .

On February 20, 2002, he was appointed bishop of Presidente Prudente . On April 16, 2008, Pope Benedict XVI. his age-related retirement.

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predecessor Office successor
Antônio Agostinho Marochi Bishop of Presidente Prudente
Benedito Gonçalves dos Santos