Patriarch of Grado

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Interior of the Basilica of Sant'Eufemia.

This is a list of the Patriarchs of Grado (north-eastern Italy). The patriarchate came into being when the schismatic Patriarch of Aquileia, Paulinus (557-569), moved to Grado in the mid 6th century. But in their reunion with Rome in 606, a rival office was set up in Old-Aquileia. Aquileia later entered communion with Rome but was able to keep its independence and title from Grado. In 1451 the see of Grado was merged with Castello to form the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Venice.

Patriarchs of Aquileia[edit]

  • Paulinus I 557-569
  • Probinus 569-570
  • Elia 571-586
  • Severus 586-606

Patriarchs of Aquileia nova i Grado[edit]

  • Candidianus (606–612)
  • Epiphanius (612–613)
  • Cyprianus (613–627)
  • Primogenius (630–647)
  • Maximus II (649–?)
  • Stephanus II (670–672)
  • Agatho (?–679)
  • Christophorus (682–717)
  • Donatus (717–725)
  • Antoninus (725–747)
  • Emilianus (747–755)
  • Vitalianus (755–767)
  • Giovanni IV degli Antinori (767–802)
  • Fortunatus (802–820)
  • Giovanni V (820–825)
  • Venerius Trasmondo (825–851)
  • Victor I (852–858)
  • Vitalis I Partecipazio (858–?)
  • Petrus I Marturio (875–878)
  • Victor II Partecipazio (878–?)
  • Georgius (?)
  • Vitalis II (?)
  • Domenicus I Tribuno (904–?)
  • Dominicus II (919–?)
  • Laurentius Mastalico (?)
  • Marinus Contarini (933–?)
  • Bonus Blancanico (?–960)
  • Vitalis III Barbolani (?)
  • Vitalis IV Candiano (976–1017)
  • Orso Orseolo (1018–1026, 1030–1049)
  • Domenicus III Bulzano (?)
  • Dominicus IV Marango (?)
  • Dominicus V Cerbano (1074–1077)
  • Johannes VI Saponario (?)
  • Petrus II Badoer da Noale (1092–1105)

Patriarchs of Aquileia nova i Venezia[edit]

In 1451 the Patriarchate of Grado was merged with the Bishopric of Castello and Venice to form the Archdiocese of Venice.

Titular Archbishops of Grado[edit]

In 1968 Pope Paul VI reestablished Grado as a titular archbishopric

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Madden, Thomas F. (2008-04-01). Enrico Dandolo and the Rise of Venice. JHU Press. p. 24. ISBN 978-0-8018-9184-7. Retrieved 2013-11-23. 
  2. ^ Innozenz VI
  3. ^ CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Order of Friars Minor
  4. ^ Gli impianti paleocristiani e il patriarcato

See also[edit]