Robert Pierre Sarrabère

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Robert Pierre Sarrabère (born August 30, 1926 in Argagnon ; † January 11, 2017 ) was a French clergyman and Roman Catholic bishop of Aire and Dax .


Robert Pierre Sarrabère was ordained a priest on June 29, 1950 .

Pope Paul VI appointed him on November 7, 1974 Coadjutor Bishop of Aire and Dax and Titular Bishop of Vassinassa . The Bishop of Bayonne , Jean-Paul-Marie Vincent , gave him episcopal ordination on January 5th of the following year ; Co - consecrators were Fernand-Pierre-Robert Bézac des Martinies , Bishop of Aire and Dax, and Roger Etchegaray , Archbishop of Marseille .

When Fernand-Pierre-Robert Bézac des Martinies retired on April 25, 1978, he succeeded him as Bishop of Aire and Dax.

On June 18, 2002, Pope John Paul II accepted his age-related resignation. From January 7th to May 11th 2007 he was Apostolic Administrator of Montauban during the Sedis vacancy .

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predecessor Office successor
Fernand-Pierre-Robert Bézac des Martinies Bishop of Aire and Dax
Philippe Jean Louis Breton