Paul Ch'eng Shih-kuang

Paul Ch'eng Shih-kuang (Chinese: 成世光; pinyin: Chéng Shìguāng; 15 September 1915 – 23 August 2012) was a Taiwanese prelate of the Roman Catholic Church.

Paul Ch'eng Shih-kuang
Bishop of Diocese of Tainan
Coat of arms of Paul Cheng Shi Guang.svg
ChurchRoman Catholic Church
SeeDiocese of Tainan
In office1966 - 1990
PredecessorClément Sirgue
SuccessorJoseph Marie Régis Belzile
Orders
OrdinationJune 29, 1943
ConsecrationJuly 25, 1960
by Thomas Tien Ken-hsin
Personal details
Born(1915-09-15)September 15, 1915
Hsiao-yi , Shanxi
DiedAugust 23, 2012(2012-08-23) (aged 96)
Situn District, Taichung City
Previous post(s)Auxiliary Bishop of Taipei (1960-1966)

Shih-kuang was born in Hsiao-Yi, Taiwan in the fall of 1915 and was ordained a priest 29 June 1943. Shih-kuang was appointed an Auxiliary Bishop for the Taipei Archdiocese on 3 May 1960 as well as Titular Bishop of Uccula and ordained bishop on 25 July 1960. He was appointed bishop of Diocese of Tainan on 7 June 1966 and remained in the position until his retirement 3 December 1990.

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