Mario Conti

The Most Reverend Mario Conti is the current Roman Catholic Archbishop of Glasgow, Scotland. Conti was born on 20 March 1934, in Elgin, Moray. He studied for the priesthood at The Scots College, Rome and was ordained a priest of the Diocese of Aberdeen in the Church of San Marcello al Corso, by Archbishop Luigi Traglia on 26 October 1958. Bishop Conti was elevated to the archdiocese of Glasgow on 15 January 2002, succeeding the late Cardinal Winning. He took possession of the archdiocese on 22 February 2002. Pope John Paul II bestowed the Pallium on Archbishop Conti on 29 June 2004, the Feast of Saint Peter and Saint Paul. Archbishop Conti is a member of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity.


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