From the Holy See daily bulletin:
The Holy Father has appointed Bishop Christopher J. Coyne of Burlington, United States of America, as coadjutor archbishop of Hartford, United States of America.
Archbishop-elect Christopher J. Coyne was born on 17 June 1958 in Woburn, Massachusetts. He attended the University of Massachusetts Lowell, and Saint John’s. Seminary in Brighton, where he was awarded a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and a Master of Divinity respectively. He then obtained a licentiate and a doctorate in sacred liturgy from the Pontifical Saint Anselm Athenaeum in Rome.
He was ordained a priest on 17 June 1986 for the archdiocese of Boston.
He has held the following offices: parish vicar of Saint Mary of the Hills in Milton (1986-1989); professor at Saint John’s Seminary (1995-2002); diocesan director of the Liturgical Office (1999-2002); Cabinet Secretary for Public Relations and spokesperson of the archdiocese of Boston (2002-2005); parish priest of Our Lady Help of Christians in Newton (2005-2006); and parish priest of Saint Margaret Mary in Westwood (2006-2011).
He was appointed titular bishop of Mopta and auxiliary of Indianapolis on 14 January 2011, receiving episcopal ordination the following 2 March. He was apostolic administrator of the archdiocese of Indianapolis from 2011 to 2012. On 22 December 2014 he was transferred to the see of Burlington, Vermont, taking residence on 29 January 2015.
Worth noting: Bishop Coyne has an extensive background in communications, most notably as spokesperson in the Archdiocese of Boston during the explosive sex abuse scandal uncovered by the Boston Globe. He was also for a time head of the Communications Committee for the USCCB.