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Gabriel Manek

Mgr Gabriel Wilhemus Manek SVD (1913–1989) was an Indonesian Archbishop of The Roman Catholic Church

Biography

Gabriel Wilhemus Manek was born on August 18, 1913 in Ailomea - Lahurus - Timor island. He was the youngest son of the couple John Leki and Sioe Keo Moy. Baptized one day after his birth which is on August 19, 1913 under the name: Gabriel John Wilhelmus Manek by Pastor Arnold Verstraelen. SVD.

When his father was in China, and not long after his mother who was of mixed blood Chinese died.

He was then adopted as a foster child by Maria Belak, Wife of King Don Kaitanus da costa, King of the kingdom of Tasifeto, North Belu. in 1920, he entered primary school in Halilulik school standards in Ndona, then entered the Seminary at Sikka in 1927. On 16 October 1932 he entered the Novitiate SVD and since 17 January 1937 lecture at the seminary high Ledalero, and graduated force pertama.kemudian, he was ordained a priest by Mgr Hendrikus Leven. in March, exactly at the time she was 38 years, Pope Pius XII appointed him bishop on 25 April 1951

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  • Sejarah Pendiri PRR (indonesian)
  • Gabriel Manek SVD (indonesian)

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