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Certainly! Here’s the translation of the text into English:

Archbishop Gabriel Blamo Jubwe, appointed Metropolitan Archbishop of Monrovia on Wednesday, February 28th by Pope Francis, brings extensive experience and unwavering dedication to his new ecclesiastical role. Born on September 7th, 1958, in Lagos, Nigeria, Archbishop Jubwe has devoted his life to serving the Church and the community.

His initial formation led him to the Saint-Paul Major Seminary in Gbarnga, Liberia, where he was ordained a priest on December 18th, 1983, for the Archdiocese of Monrovia. Following his ordination, Archbishop Jubwe embarked on a remarkable academic journey, culminating in the attainment of a Doctorate in Liturgy from the Pontifical Athenaeum Sant’Anselmo in Rome, which he completed between 1986 and 1991.

Throughout his ecclesiastical career, Archbishop Jubwe has held a series of prestigious and impactful positions. He engaged in pastoral missions within the Archdiocese of Monrovia from 1983 to 1986, then assumed key roles such as administrator of the Monrovia Cathedral, director of the diocesan pastoral center, and member of various commissions and councils, including the Justice and Peace Commission of the Liberian Council of Churches and the Interreligious Council of Liberia between 1992 and 1996.

From 1996 to 1999, Archbishop Jubwe served as the rector of the Queen of Apostles Minor Seminary and the Saint Charles Lwanga Propaedeutic Seminary in Monrovia, demonstrating his commitment to the formation of the Church’s future clergy. He then held the position of vicar general of the Archdiocese of Monrovia from 1996 to 2000 and served as the general secretary of the Liberian Episcopal Conference from 1998 to 2001, contributing to the coordination and communication among the country’s bishops.

In recognition of his dedication and skills, Archbishop Jubwe was chosen to lead the Pontifical Mission Societies from 1999 to 2004, overseeing the Church’s mission and charity efforts throughout Liberia. His exceptional leadership then led him to be appointed rector of the Saint-Paul Major Seminary in Gbarnga from 2001 to 2007, where he played a crucial role in the formation of the nation’s future priests.

Throughout his career, Archbishop Jubwe has distinguished himself through his intellectual and pastoral contributions. As a prolific author, he has published several works that have enriched theological and liturgical reflection within the Church. Additionally, his commitment to communication and education has extended through his appearances on radio programs and participation in various boards of directors.

Since 2021, Archbishop Jubwe has served as the parish priest of St. Pius X Parish and as the diocesan administrator of Monrovia. His enlightened leadership and unwavering dedication continue to guide the Catholic community in the Liberian capital. With his recent appointment as Metropolitan Archbishop of Monrovia, Archbishop Jubwe is ready to face new challenges and continue his mission of service and compassion to the faithful of his diocese and beyond.

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