Concerns Arise Over Disappearance of Panamanian Bishop Lacunza

Concerns Arise Over Disappearance of Panamanian Bishop Lacunza

Archdiocese’s Call for Prayers:

The Archdiocese of Panama has issued a call for prayers and expressed deep concern over the unexplained disappearance of Bishop José Luis Lacunza Maestrojuán.

In a post dated February 1, Metropolitan Archbishop José Domingo Ulloa Mendieta urged the people of God to unite in prayer for the swift reappearance of the missing prelate.

Ongoing Investigation:

The Attorney General of Panama, Javier Caraballo, announced on February 1 that an ongoing investigation is underway to determine the circumstances surrounding Bishop Lacunza’s disappearance.

Emphasizing the seriousness of the matter, Caraballo revealed that a team of prosecutors from Panama City will travel to Chiriquí to provide additional support and insight into the investigation.

Prominent Church Figure:

Bishop Lacunza holds a significant position within the Catholic Church in Panama.

Ordained as a priest in 1969 in Pamplona, Spain, for the Order of the Augustinian Recollects, he became the auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Panama in 1985.

His service continued with his appointment as the bishop of Chitré on October 29, 1994, by St. John Paul II.

Subsequently, on August 28, 1999, he assumed the role of bishop for the Diocese of David, where he currently serves.

In conclusion, the unexplained disappearance of Bishop José Luis Lacunza Maestrojuán has prompted an urgent call for prayers from the Archdiocese of Panama.

The ongoing investigation, led by the nation’s attorney general, reflects the seriousness with which authorities are treating this matter.

Bishop Lacunza’s extensive contributions to the Catholic Church underscore the significance of his sudden absence, leaving the community in collective concern and anticipation of further developments.

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