Tomás Pedro Barbosa da Silva Nunes

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Tomás Pedro Barbosa da Silva Nunes (December 3, 1942 – September 1, 2010) was the Portuguese Auxiliary bishop of the Patriarch of Lisbon from his appointment on March 7, 1998, until his death on September 1, 2010. [1] He also served as the Titular bishop of the Diocese de Elvas in Portugal.

Tomás Pedro Barbosa da Silva Nunes was born in Lisbon, Portugal on December 3, 1942. [1] He died on September 1, 2010, at the age of 67. [1]

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  1. 1 2 3 "Bishop Tomás Pedro Barbosa da Silva Nunes †". Catholic Hierarchy . Retrieved 2010-09-16.