New task.The bishop Ruperto Santos, which used to be balanga, Bataan, is the new bishop of Antipolo. Ruperto Santos, the new bishop of Antipolo, was appointed as a priest by Jaime Cardinal Sin in 1983 and is a native of San Rafael. Manila, the Philippines - Ruperto Santos, an open oral bishop, is preparing to lead one of the most crowded bishops of the Catholic Church in the Philippines. Pope Francis appointed Santos as the new bishop of Antipolo after the Bishop Francisco de Leon resigned on Tuesday .De Leon had reached 75 with a compulsory retirement age on 11 June 2022. The Bishop of Antipolo covers not only the city of Antipolo, but the entire province of Rizal and the entire Marikina City.The bishop, which was carved from the Manila Archbishop in 1983, consists of more than 3.3 million Catholic. Before the Pope moved him to Antipolo, 65 -year -old Santos was a bishop of Balan for about 13 years - a task in the hands of the Archbishop Socrates Villegas. The new bishop of Antipolo was born on October 30, 1957 in Bulacan, San Rafael.He stu philosophy and theology at the San Carlos Seminary School and on September 10, 1983, he was appointed as the priest by Manila Archbishop Jaime Cardinal Sin. He received his history license from the Papacy University in Rome in 1990 and later became the church historical professor at the San Carlos Sembite School and the rector of Ponticio Collegio Filippino , the home of the Philippine priests in Rome.He is currently serving as the President of the Bishopic Commission at the PCF of the Catholic Bishops Conference . Santos is one of the most bishops that makes his voice the most when it comes to sociopolitical issues. Criticizing Rodrigo Duterte's bloody war against drugs in January 2019, Santos said, "The presidency is disappointing for our country and the face. ', kill, kill' and we are definitely talking, we are definitely opposed.”This caused Malañang to answer Santos "instead of the president to pray for the president." In many cases, Santos also pioneered the Balan Nuclear Power Plant , which was completed by the late dictator Ferdinand E. Marcos and shelved by former president Corazon Aquino.President Ferdinand Marcos Jr.Now he's thinking of reviving BNPP. It is also one of the most active bishops in the care of Philippine immigrants.He is the vice president of the CBCP's Pastoral Pastoral Association of immigrants and mobile people.- rappler