Reverend Monsignor Kevin Randall has been appointed as the Apostolic Nuncio (Papal Ambassador) to Bangladesh by our Holy Father Pope Francis. The appointment was made public by the Vatican on Sunday, August 13. Born on May 6, 1966, in New London, he was ordained a priest on July 25, 1992, and is incardinated in the Diocese of Norwich. This appointment elevates him to the dignity of Archbishop with the titular see of Glenndálocha.
With a background in canon law, he joined the diplomatic service of the Holy See in 2001. He has served in various apostolic nunciatures, including Rwanda, Serbia, Slovenia, Peru, South Africa, Mexico, and Austria. His fluency in French, Italian, Spanish, and German has facilitated meaningful connections in his diplomatic roles.
This appointment recognizes Reverend Monsignor Randall's extensive experience and dedication. His mission in Bangladesh exemplifies the Church's commitment to global outreach and understanding.
We extend our congratulations and best wishes to Reverend Monsignor Kevin Randall as he embarks on this new chapter of his journey, serving the Church and fostering unity. We look forward to his Consecration as Archbishop. More information will be forthcoming.