Roman Catholic Diocese of Valence

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Diocese of Valence - Die - Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux
Dioecesis Valentinensis-Diensis-Tricastinensis
Diocèse de Valence - Die - Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux
Valence-StApollinaire.jpg
Location
Country France
Ecclesiastical province Lyon
Metropolitan Archdiocese of Lyon
Statistics
Area 6,522 km2 (2,518 sq mi)
Population
- Total
- Catholics
(as of 2010)
486,019
283,081 (58.2%)
Information
Denomination Roman Catholic
Sui iuris church Latin Church
Rite Roman Rite
Cathedral Cathedral Basilica of St Apollinaris of Valence
Patron saint St Apollinaris of Valence
Current leadership
Pope Francis
Bishop Sede vacante
Metropolitan Archbishop Philippe Barbarin
Emeritus Bishops Didier-Léon Marchand Bishop Emeritus (1978-2001)
Website
Website of the Diocese

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Valence is a diocese of the Latin Church of the Roman Catholic church in southern France.[1] The contemporary diocese is co-extensive with the department of Drôme.

Bishops[edit]

To 1000[edit]

  • Emilia (347–374)
  • Sextius (374–?)
  • Maximus I (400-419)
  • Cariatho (c. 442)
  • Apollinarius (?–520)
  • Gallus (549)
  • Maximus II. (567–581)
  • Raynoalde (Romuald) (581 and 585)
  • Elephas I. (?–641)
  • Agilulf (641–?)
  • Waldus (?–650)
  • Angilde (650–658)
  • Abbo (678–?)
  • Salvius I. (68?)
  • Antonie I.
  • Bonit (788–800)
  • Salvius II. (800–804)
  • Lupicin (804–?)
  • Antonie II.  ?--?
  • Elephas II. ?-?
  • Lambert I. (?–835)
  • Ado (835–842)
  • Dunctran ?-?
  • Eilard ?-?
  • Brokhard ?-?
  • Argimbert ?-?
  • Agilde (?–858)
  • Ratbert (Robert) (858–879)
  • Isaak II. (886–889)
  • Imeric (?–907)
  • Remegaire (Romegari) I. (907–924)
  • Odilbert (947–950)
  • Aimon (960–981)
  • Guigues (Guy) I. (994–997)
  • Lambert II. (997–1001)

1000 to 1300[edit]

  • Remegaire II. (1001–1016)
  • Guigues II. (1016–1025)
  • Humbert d´Albon (1028–1030)
  • Ponç Adhemar (1031–1056)
  • Odo I. (1058–1060)
  • Raiginari (1060–1063)
  • Gontard (1063–1100)
  • Henric I. (1100–1107)
  • Eustache (1107–1141)
  • Jean I (1141–1146)
  • Bernard (1146–1154)
  • Odo II.de Crussol (1154–1183)
  • Lantelm (1183–1187)
  • Falco (1187–1200)
  • Humbert de Miribel (1200–1220)
  • Gerald (1220–1231)
  • William of Savoy (1231–1239)
  • Bonifatius (1239–1242)
  • Philip of Savoy (1242–1268)
  • Guy III. de Montlaur (1268)
  • Bertrand (1268–1272)
  • Guy III. de Montlaur (1272–1274) ( from 1275 to 1678 the diocese was united with the diocese of Dié)
  • Amadeus del Rossillon (1274–1281)
  • Philippe de Bernusson (1281–1282)
  • Henri of Genf (1282–1283)
  • Jean II of Genf (1283–1297)
  • Guillaume del Rossillon (1297–1331)

1300 to 1500[edit]

  • Adhemar de la Voulte (1331–1336)
  • Henri de Villars (1336–1342)
  • Pierre de Chastellux (1342–1350)
  • Godofred (1350–1354)
  • Louis de Villars (1354–1376)
  • Guillaume de la Voulte (1376–1383)
  • Amadeus de Saluzzo (1383–1389)
  • Henri II (1389–1390)
  • Jean de Poitiers (1390–1448)
  • Louis of Poitiers (1448–1468)
  • Gerard de Crussol (1468–1472)
  • Jacques de Bathernay (1472–1474)
  • Antoine de Balzac (1474–1491)
  • Jean d'Épinay (1491–1503)

1500 to 1800[edit]

From 1800[edit]

  • François Bécherel † (5 Jul 1802 Appointed - 25 Jun 1815 Died)
  • Marie-Joseph-Antoine-Laurent de la Rivoire de La Tourette † (8 Aug 1817 Appointed - 3 Apr 1840 Died)
  • Pierre Chatrousse † (26 May 1840 Appointed - 17 May 1857 Died)
  • Jean-Paul-François-Marie-Félix Lyonnet † (24 Jun 1857 Appointed - 4 Dec 1864 Appointed, Archbishop of Albi)
  • Nicolas-Edouard-François Gueullette † (9 Dec 1864 Appointed - 7 Jan 1875 Resigned)
  • Charles-Pierre-François Cotton † (16 Jan 1875 Appointed - 25 Sep 1905 Died)
  • Jean-Victor-Emile Chesnelong † (21 Feb 1906 Appointed - 12 Jan 1912 Appointed, Archbishop of Sens (-Auxerre))
  • Emmanuel-Marie-Joseph-Anthelme Martin de Gibergues † (7 Feb 1912 Appointed - 28 Dec 1919 Died)
  • Désiré-Marie-Joseph-Antelne-Martin Paget † (22 Apr 1920 Appointed - 11 Jan 1932 Died)
  • Camille Pic † (16 Aug 1932 Appointed - 25 Nov 1951 Died)
  • Joseph-Martin Urtasun † (10 Aug 1952 Appointed - 17 Sep 1955 Appointed, Coadjutor Archbishop of Avignon)
  • Charles-Marie-Paul Vignancour † (18 Dec 1957 Appointed - 6 Mar 1966 Appointed, Coadjutor Archbishop of Bourges)
  • Jean-Barthélemy-Marie de Cambourg † (6 Mar 1966 Appointed - 1 Dec 1977 Resigned)
  • Didier-Léon Marchand (8 Sep 1978 Appointed - 11 Dec 2001 Retired)
  • Jean-Christophe André Robert Lagleize (11 Dec 2001 Appointed - 24 June 2014)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Diocese of Valence". Catholic Encyclopedia. 

 This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainHerbermann, Charles, ed. (1913). Catholic Encyclopedia. Robert Appleton Company. 

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