Tuesday, November 15, 2005

More Malloy

Some are happy, others are not, the vote might've been close but we might never know. As Joni Mitchell would say, "I've looked at USCCB races from both sides, now"... Here's a bio of Msgr. David Malloy, the General Secretary-elect, who takes office on February 3 for a quinquennium
A priest of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Msgr. Malloy has served as a USCCB Associate General Secretary for the past five years. In his new post he succeeds Msgr. William P. Fay, who became General Secretary in 2001 and will leave that position on February 2, 2006.

The General Secretary serves a term of five years which can be extended for a year at a time.

David J. Malloy was born February 3, 1956, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the son of David and Mary Malloy. His father is deceased.

He studied for the priesthood at St. Francis de Sales Seminary, Milwaukee, and the North American College, Rome, and was ordained a priest for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee on July 1, 1983.

After serving as an associate pastor, he studied at the Pontifical Ecclesiastical Academy, in preparation for service in the papal diplomatic corps.

While in the diplomatic corps, he served as secretary to the apostolic nunciatures in Pakistan and Syria. He also served as secretary to the Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations in New York.

Monsignor Malloy holds a doctorate in theology from the Pontifical Gregorian University, Rome, as well as a license in canon law from the Pontifical University of St. Thomas (the Angelicum), also in Rome. He is fluent in Italian, French, and Spanish.

Monsignor Malloy was serving in the Prefecture of the Papal Household prior to his appointment to the USCCB. He became USCCB Associate General Secretary on January 15, 2001. His duties involved supervision of about one third of the departments, offices, and secretariats of the Conference. He also acted as liaison to several outside groups affiliated with the Conference, and worked with two other associate general secretaries in matters of supervision and administration.