Paul Yoshigorō Taguchi

Paul Yoshigorō Taguchi (jap. パウロ田口芳五郎, Pauro Taguchi Yoshigorō, * 20. July 1902 in Shittsu, Japan; † 23. February 1978 in Osaka) was archbishop of Osaka and a cardinal of the Roman-catholic church.


Paul Yoshigorō Taguchi studied catholic theology and philosophy in Rome the fan. It received to 22. December 1928 the Sakrament of the Priesterweihe and became according to resuming studies in the year 1931 Gemeindeseelsorger in the Erzdiözese Tōkyō and lecturer at the there seminar for priests. From 1936 to 1940 he was a personal secretary of the Apostoli Delegaten in Japan. 1940 appointed it Pope Pius XII. to the Apostoli administrator, 1941 to the bishop von Osaka. From 1941 to 1962 Paul Yoshigorō Taguchi administered additionally the prefecture Shikoku. In the years 1962 to 1965 it participated in the second Vatikani council . Pope Paul VI. 1973 accepted it to the Kardinalskollegium . Paul Yoshigorō Taguchi died to 23. February 1978 in Osaka and was bestattet in the there cathedral.


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