New bishop of Jolo ordained with 10 people in attendance

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COTABATO CITY—With only 10 people in attendance at the Immaculate Conception Cathedral here, Oblate priest Charlie M. Inzon was ordained the 6th bishop of the Jolo vicariate Thursday.

Cotabato archbishop Angelito Lampon served as Inzon’s principal consecrator.

Lampon was accompanied by retired Cotabato archbishop Cardinal Orlando Quevedo and Kidapawan bishop Jose Colin Bagaforo.

The Eucharistic celebration to mark Inzon’s ascension to his new office was subdued due to existing community quarantine measures put in place to fight the coronavirus pandemic.

Quevedo noted that Inzon’s ordination fell on a special day for the Oblates, May 21 being the feast day of St. Eugene …

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