Ancient Diocese of Saint-Papoul

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The former French Catholic diocese of Saint-Papoul was created in 1317[1] by Pope John XXII. Its see was at Saint-Papoul, in south-west France, in the modern department of Aude, where there was a Benedictine monastery.[2]

It existed until the French Revolution. Under the Concordat of 1801 its territory was taken over by the diocese of Carcassonne.

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  1. ^ Saint-Papoul (Diocese) [Catholic-Hierarchy]
  2. ^ CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Carcassonne