Monday, November 19, 2012

Irish Dominican friar is new 'vicar' to Master of the Order

Fr Vivian Boland OP
Fr Vivian Boland OP, of the Irish Dominican Province, was recently appointed as 'vicar' of the Master of the Order.
As 'vicar', Fr Vivian is the principal assistant to the Master General, Fr Bruno Cadoré OP.
Fr Vivian is originally from Dublin and entered the Order in 1971.
After priestly ordination in 1978 he studied at the University of Edinburgh, the Angelicum and at the Gregorian University.
His pastoral work has been not just in Ireland, but also in our mission in Trinidad & Tobago and in England.
Fr Vivian held various posts of responsibility concerning the intellectual life of the Order and the formation of the younger brothers.
In 2011 he was appointed assistant ('socius') to the Master of the Order for North West Europe and Canada as well as socius for Initial Formation.
Irish Dominican Vocations wishes Fr Vivian every blessing in his additional responsbility in the service of his brothers.
Read the article from the curia website in Rome on his appointment:

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