Pope Francis Accepts Resignation of Bishop Daniel Jenky, of Peoria who is Succeeded by Coadjutor Bishop Louis Tylka

Pope Francis Accepts Resignation of Bishop Daniel Jenky, C.S.C. of Peoria; Succeeded by Coadjutor Bishop Louis Tylka
MARCH 3, 2022
USCCB - WASHINGTON - Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Bishop Daniel R. Jenky, C.S.C., 75, from the Office of Bishop of Peoria. Bishop Louis Tylka, up until now coadjutor bishop of the same diocese, will succeed him as bishop of Peoria.
The appointment was publicized in Washington on March 3, by Archbishop Christophe Pierre, apostolic nuncio to the United States.

Bishop Tylka’s biography may be found below.
Curriculum Vitae 
Most Reverend Louis Tylka, DD 
Bishop of Peoria, Illinois Announced May 11, 2020 
Ordained & Installed July 23, 2020 Born May 26, 1970, Harvey, Illinois Education Seminary: Niles College Seminary of Loyola University, Chicago, Illinois Theology: University of Saint Mary of the Lake, Mundelein Seminary, Mundelein, Illinois 
Ordained Presbyter Ordained to the priesthood for the Archdiocese of Chicago by Archbishop Joseph Cardinal Bernardin (May 18, 1996) Appointments Associate Pastor, St. Michael Parish, Orland Park, Illinois (1996-2003) 
Associate Pastor, Ss. Faith, Hope and Charity, Winnetka, Illinois (2003-2004) 
Pastor, Mater Christi and the Shrine of Mary, Mother of Mothers, North Riverside, Illinois (2004-2014) 
Pastor, St. Julie Billiart Parish, Tinley Park, Illinois (2014-2020) 
Chair of the Presbyteral Council, Archdiocese of Chicago (2013-2020) 
Appointed Coadjutor Bishop-elect of Peoria Diocese, Peoria, Illinois (May 11, 2020) 
Consecrated to the episcopacy at St. Mary's Cathedral, Peoria, Illinois (July 23, 2020) Appointed to USCCB Communications Committee (2022-2025)
The Diocese of Peoria is comprised of 16,933 square miles in the state of Illinois. It has a population of 1,492,335 people of whom, 132,205 are Catholic
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