The Bolletino informs us that the Romanian Greek Catholic Church have nominated two new auxiliary bishops, and these nominations have been approved by the Holy Father. One of them - Mihai Cătălin Fraţila - was born on the 10th of December 1970, making him the youngest Catholic Bishop in the world, and the first Bishop to have a birthdate in the 1970s. His colleague, Vasile Bizău, the current rector of the Pio-Romanian College here in Rome becomes the 2nd youngest bishop and is just over a year older than Fraţila.
Ad multos annos!
(My readers are, I think, entitled to feel ancient when hearing of such young bishops.)