- Denis Hart
The Most Reverend
Denis Hart DD
Archbishop of Melbourne Church Roman Catholic Church Archdiocese Melbourne In Office 2001 — present Predecessor George Pell Orders Ordination 22 July 1967 (Priest) in
St Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne
by Bishop Arthur Francis Fox
Consecration 9 December 1997 (Bishop) in
St Patrick's Cathedral
by George Cardinal Pell
Personal details Birth name Denis James Hart Born 16 May 1941
East Melbourne, Victoria
Previous post Auxiliary Bishop of Melbourne Styles of
Denis James Hart
Reference style The Most Reverend Spoken style Your Grace Religious style Archbishop
Early years and background
Hart is the eldest of three children of Kevin James Hart and Annie Eileen Larkan. Educated at St John's Marist Brothers, in Hawthorn and at Xavier College, in Kew, he commenced study for the priesthood at Corpus Christi College between 1960 and 1967. Ordained at St Patrick's Cathedral, Melbourne on 22 July 1967, Hart served as a hospital chaplain, an assistant parish priest and then Master of Ceremonies at St Patrick's Cathedral. He supervised the preparation of the books used in worship, including the lectionary for liturgical mass. He was Liturgy Director and Assistant Master of Ceremonies for the 1996 Papal Visit to Australia.
In 1987 Hart became a parish priest and in 1996 he became Vicar General and Moderator of the curia. He has served in the parishes of North Balwyn, North Richmond and West Brunswick. In 1997 Hart was consecrated a bishop and made an auxiliary bishop to the Archdiocese of Melbourne.
Archbishop of Melbourne
- ^ a b c "Biography of Archbishop Denis J. Hart". Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne. 2010. http://www.cam.org.au/archbishop/biography-of-archbishop-denis-j.-hart.html. Retrieved 1 October 2011.
- ^ McKenzie, Nick (11 August 2009). "Sex abuse victim told to 'go to hell'". The Age (Australia). http://www.theage.com.au/national/investigations/sex-abuse-victim-told-to-go-to-hell-20090810-efkm.html. Retrieved 1 October 2011.
- ^ Lauder, Simon (11 August 2009). "Archbishop told abuse victim to 'go to hell': report". AM (ABC radio) (Australia). http://www.abc.net.au/news/2009-08-11/archbishop-told-abuse-victim-to-go-to-hell-report/1385844. Retrieved 1 October 2011.
Catholic Church titles Preceded by
8th Archbishop of Melbourne
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