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Name  Carmelo Giaquinta

Carmelo Giaquinta El Vaticano acept la renuncia de monseor Carmelo Giaquinta
Died  June 22, 2011, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Carmelo Juan Giaquinta (born 1930-06-22 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine bishop, currently the Archbishop Emeritus of the Diocese of Resistencia (province of Chaco).

Carmelo Giaquinta A los 81 aos muri monseor Carmelo Giaquinta

Giaquinta was ordained priest in Buenos Aires on 1953-04-04, at the age of 22. He was appointed auxiliary bishop of Viedma (province of Río Negro) on 1980-03-11. Six years later he was transferred to the diocese of Posadas, Misiones, and on 1993-03-22 again to Resistencia, where he exercised his ministry as Archbishop until his resignation, on 2005-04-01, as customary due to his age. He died on June 22, 2011

Sex education

On 2005-11-06, in line with Catholic Church teaching, he criticized the project of a law of compulsory sex education which was under study in Congress, stating that, in the case of its approval, he would "call Christians to civil disobedience". This statement was a followup to similarly harsh criticism by Archbishop of La Plata, Héctor Aguer.


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