VATICAN CITY — Pope Benedict XVI has named Atlanta priest Msgr. David Talley, a convert to Catholicism, as the newest auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Atlanta.
Atlanta Archbishop Wilton Gregory said Jan. 3 that he announced the appointment “with great joy.”
“The Holy Father has selected a wonderful member of this zealous local presbyterate for the episcopacy, and I know that he will bring all of his many gifts and talents to this new office,” he said in a statement.
The archbishop called the appointment “a generous expression of the esteem that the Holy Father has for this local Church and an obvious recognition of and an invitation for our continued growth and development as...READ MORE