The Bishop (continued)
A consecrated bishop is transmitted the Sacred Order of the spiritual power by another bishop to whom that power was also passed on by another bishop, thus following a genealogical line that goes back to Christ. The Episcopal Genealogy of Bishop Arias follows:
Coat of Arms of Bishop Arias
There are five main symbols within the coat of arms: The tower for the Arias family; the lion for his birthplace; the cross of St. James; the coat of arms of the Augustinian Recollects and the carabel of Santa Maria that brought the evangelization to America. The motto is: "Pascere Populum Suum", taken from the Psalm "God chose David to shepherd his people¨.
 
THE EPISCOPAL GENEALOGY
of the
MOST REVEREND DAVID ARIAS, O.A.R.
TITULAR BISHOP OF BADIE
 
  David Arias, O.A.R., Auxiliary Bishop of Newark, consecrated 4/7/1983 by
Peter Leo Gerety, Archbishop of Newark, 6/1/1966 consacrated by
Henry Joseph O'Brien, Archbishop of Hartford, 5/14/1940 by
Amleto Giovanni Cicognani, Apostolic Delegate in USA, 4/23/1933 by
Raffaele Carlo Cardinal Rossi, Bishop of Volterra, 5/25/1920 by
Gaetano Cardinal de Lai, Bishop of Sabina, 12/17/1911 by
*Giuseppe Sarto, Pope Pius X (Saint), 11/16/1884 by
Lucido Maria Cardinal Parocchi, Vicar of Rome, 11/5/1871 by
Constantino Cardinal Patrizi, Bishop of Ostia, 12/21/1828 by
Carlo Cardinal Odescalchi, Archbishop of Ferrara, 5/25/1823 by
Giulio Maria Cardinal della Somaglia, Bishop of Ostia, 12/21/1788 by
Hyacinthe-Sigismond Card. Gerdil, Titular Bishop of Dibon, 3/2/1777 by
Marcantonio Cardinal Colonna, Vicar of Rome, 5/25/1762 by
*Carlo Cardinal Rezzonico, Pope Clement XIII, 3/19/1743 by
*Prospero Lambertini, Pope Benedict XIV, 7/16/1724 by
*Vincenzo Maria Orsini, Pope Benedict XIII, 2/3/1675 by
Paluzzo Cardinal Altieri, Bishop of Montefiascone, 5/2/1666 by
Ulderico Cardinal Carpegna, Bishop of Gubbis, 10/7/1630 by
Luigi Cardinal Caetani, Titular Patriarch of Antioch, 6/12/1622 by
Lodovico Cardinal Ludovisi, Archbishop of Bologna, 5/2/1621 by
Galeazzo Sanvitale, Archbishop of Bari, 4/4/1604 by
Girolamo, Cardinal Bermerio, Bishop of Albano, 9/7/1586 by
Giulio Antonio Card. Santoro, Archbishop of Sta. Severina, 3/12/1566 by
Scipione Cardinal Rebiba, Tit. Patriarch of Constantinople, 3/16/1541 by

Peter, Andrew, James, John, Philip, Bartholomew, Thomas, Matthew,
James Alpheus, Judas Thadeus, Simon, Mathias or Paul, Apostles - on
Holy Thursday, by
JESUSCHRIST, SON OF THE LIVING GOD, BACK IN ETERNITY.

* 4 Popes, 15 Cardinals in this Episcopal Genealogy
 
     
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