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George Garmo

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Mar George Garmo (8 December 1921 – 9 September 1999) was the Archbishop of the Chaldean Catholic Archeparchy of Mosul (Mausiliensis Chaldaeorum) in Iraq from 14 September 1980 until his death on 9 September 1999. Biography He was born Georges Francis Garmo in 1921 in Tel Keppe near Mosul, Iraq to a Chaldean Catholic Assyrian family. He entered the Chaldean Patriarchal Seminary in 1934. In 1939, he went to Rome to further his studies. He was ordained a priest there on his 24th birthday, 8 December 1945. He received a PhD in Divinity and a master's degree in Philosophy from the Pontifical Urbaniana University in Rome. Mission in Patriarchate Seminary In Iraq During this time there was a scarcity of educated Catholic priests in Iraq. As Rev. Garmo was studying to receive a Ph.D in philosophy, he was requested by the Patriarchate to return to Iraq to minister to the growing Chaldean Patriarchal Seminary, which at the time lacked an extensive Theology and Philosoph
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