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Gabriel Larrain Valdivieso

Gabriel Larrain Valdivieso was a Chilean Bishop for the Roman Catholic Church. Larrain Valdivieso was of Basque descent.

In 1950 Valdivieso was Ordained as a Priest at the age of 25. On September 12, 1966 he was appointed as Bishop of Santiago de Chile, Chile. He was also appointed as Titular Bishop of Theudalis. He resigned as Bishop of Santiago de Chile in 1968. He resigned as Titular Bishop in 1975, he was succeeded by Guillermo Leaden, one of oldest Bishop's in the Roman Catholic Church.

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