Future Bishop Was Ordained in Queens

Four men were ordained priests for the Passionists’ Order by Bishop Francis J. Mugavero on May 16, 1975, at 7 p.m., at Immaculate Conception Monastery, Jamaica. They were Henry Kavanagh, Frederick J. Schneider, Thomas D. Stanton and future Bishop Neil Tiedemann.

Important Dates In the Life of Bishop Tiedemann

This timeline of important dates in the life of Bishop Neil E. Tiedemann, C.P. begins with his birth on March 5, 1948, to his appointment as auxiliary bishop of Brooklyn and titular bishop of Cova, April 29, 2016.

Enjoy the Walk with Bishop Neil

Anyone who knows Bishop Neil Tiedemann, C.P., well knows that he loves to walk. Wherever he has been stationed as a Passionist priest, he faithfully takes his long daily walk as a time to reflect, study, prepare his homily, exercise or simply to be near God’s people.

Bishop Tiedemann in Mandeville, Jamaica

Scenes from Mandeville, Jamaica, W.I.: Bishop Neil E. Tiedemann, C.P., was a well-loved figure, especially among school children, during his eight years in the Diocese of Mandeville, Jamaica.

Bishop Is Assigned Titular See in Algeria

Bishop Neil Tiedemann is the fifth auxiliary bishop to have been assigned the titular See of Cova. The former Diocese of Cova was based in the Algerian town of Ziama Mansouriah on the Mediterranean Sea.

Welcome, Bishop Tiedemann

Dear Editor: I was overjoyed to read in The Tablet this week that Bishop Neil Tiedemann, C.P., has been named an Auxiliary Bishop for the Diocese of Brooklyn.