Office of the Chancellor

In a Catholic diocese, the chancellor is the curial official appointed by the Bishop to draw up, co-sign, copy, forward and record all official documents required in the various areas of diocesan governance. The chancellor ensures that the administrative and judicial acts of the Diocese are gathered, arranged, safeguarded and preserved in the diocesan archives. The Bishop may also delegate the chancellor to exercise clearly delineated functions in addition to the aforementioned.


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