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Macarius IV Tawil
Patriarch of Antioch
Church Melkite Greek Catholic Church
See Patriarch of Antioch
Enthroned 10 December 1813
Reign ended 15 December 1815
Predecessor Athanasius V Matar
Successor Ignatius V Qattan
Personal details
Died 15 December 1815

Macarius IV Tawil (or Taouil) was Patriarch of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church from 1813 to 1815.

Life

Macarius Tawil was born in Damascus[1]:123. He entered in the religious order of the Basilian Salvatorians of which he was Superior from 1804 to 1807 and from 1810 to 1812[2]. He was consecrated bishop of Zahle and Forzol by patriarch Agapius II Matar[1]:85 in 1811.[3]

Macarius Tawil was elected patriarch by a synod of bishops held on 10 December 1813[4] at the Holy Saviour monastery, and he kept the name of Macarius . His election was contested, and it was still under review by the Roman Congregation of Propaganda Fide when Macarius IV Tawil died of pestilence on 15 December 1815[5].[6]

Notes

  1. 1.0 1.1 Charon (Korolevsky), Cyril (1998) [1902]. History of the Melkite Patriarchates. 1. Eastern Christian Pubblications. ISBN 1892278014. 
  2. Charon (Korolevsky), Cyril (2001) [1911]. History of the Melkite Patriarchates. 3 part 2. Eastern Christian Pubblications. pp. 426. ISBN 1892278049. 
  3. David M. Cheney. "Archbishop Macaire IV Tawil, B.S.". Catholic-Hierarchy.org. http://www.catholic-hierarchy.org/bishop/btawi.html. Retrieved 2009-04-08. 
  4. on 29 November according to the Julian calendar
  5. on 3 December according to the Julian calendar
  6. Korolevsky, Cyril (1924). "Antioche". Dictionnaire d'histoire et de géographie ecclésiastiques. 3. Paris: Letouzey et Ané. pp. 651. 

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