Profile

Rt Rev Vincent Malone

Emeritus Auxiliary Bishop of Liverpool

Rt Rev Vincent Malone

Vincent Malone was born in Liverpool on 11 September 1931. At the age of eighteen he went to St Joseph's College, Upholland to study for the priesthood and was ordained in his home parish of St Oswald, Old Swan on 18 September 1955.

He served as Chairman of Liverpool's Archdiocesan Council of Priests, Northern Regional Coordinator for the 1982 Papal Visit, Deputy Speaker of the Merseyside and Region Churches Ecumenical Assembly and Chairman of its Standing Committee. In 1981 he was appointed to be a member of Archbishop's Council, on which he still serves today.

He was ordained as Titular Bishop of Abora and Auxiliary Bishop of Liverpool by Archbishop Worlock in the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool on 3 July 1989. He served as Chairman of the Bishops' Conference Committee for Higher Education and as Episcopal Liaison for the National Board of Catholic Women.

He retired as Auxiliary Bishop of Liverpool on 26 October 2006, but remains a Vicar General and Trustee of the Archdiocese of Liverpool.

Link

For a more detailed biography, visit the Archdiocese of Liverpool's website.

Contact

17 West Oakhill Park
Liverpool
L13 4BN

0151 228 7637

vmalone@rcaolp.co.uk