Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Malta
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Malta (Malti: Arċidjoċesi ta' Malta) is an archdiocese of the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church in Malta. The former Diocese of Malta was elevated to archdiocese on January 1, 1944. The archdiocese has only one suffragan diocese, the Diocese of Gozo.
Bishops of Malta 
- St. Publius (r. 60– 67)
- Acacius (r. 451)
- Kostantinu (r. 501)
- Julianus (r. 533)
- Luċillu (r. 598)
- Trajanu (r. 599)
- Gualtieri (r. 1091)
- Brialdo (r. 1095)
- Ġwanni (r. 1113)
- Rinaldus (r. 1122)
- Stiefnu (r. 1154)
- Johannes I (r. 1168)
- Johannes II (r. 1211– 24)
- Ruggerius of Cefalù (r. 1251)
- Jacobus (r. 1259)
- Magister Marinus (r. 1267)
- Johannes Normandus (r. 1268)
- Jacoubus of Malta O.Min (r. 1272/73– 97)
- Nicolaus (r. 1304– 22)
- Alduinus (r. 1332– 33)
- Henericus of Cefalù (r. 1334– 41)
- Nicolaus Boneti O.Min. (r. 1342– 43)
- Ogerius (r. 1343– 46)
- Jocobus O.P. (r. 1346– 56)
- John IV (Giovanni, Juan) de Castro (Valencia, 1431–1506, Rome), Bishop of Malta (1504–1506), also Bishop of Girgenti (1479–1506), and Administrator Apostolic of the Diocese of Schleswig (1499–1502).
- Bartolomeo Rull, Grand Prior of the Order of St. John. Bishop of Malta, (r. 1757–70)
- Giovanni Carmelo Pellerani, Vice Chancellor of Rhodes Island, Bishop of Malta, (r. 1770–80).
- Vincenzo Labini of Bitonto, First Titular of Rhodes, Bishop of Malta, (r. 1780–1807).
- Ferdinand Mattei, Bishop of Malta, (r. 1807–31).
- Francis Saverio Caruana, Bishop of Malta, (r. 1831–47)
- Publio Maria dei Conti Sant, Bishop of Malta, (r. 1847–57)
- Annetto Casolani, Auxiliary Bishop of Malta, (r. 1848–66)
- Gaetano Pace dei Baroni Forno, O.S.A. (Born: 05-JUN-1809, Rabat, Gozo; Died: 22-JUL-1874), Member and Priest of the Order of St. Augustine (20-JUL-1824 & 22-SEP-1832 respectively), Coadjutor Bishop of Malta (25-SEP-1857), Titular Bishop of Hebron (25-SEP-1857), Bishop of Malta (r. 3-DEC-1857 - 22-JUL-1874) -> Priest: 41 years; Bishop: 16 years.
- Carmelo Scicluna D.D., Bishop of Malta, (r. 1875–88)
- Antonio Maria Buhagiar OMC, Administrator-Bishop of Malta, (r. 1885–88)
- Pietro Pace G.C.V.O., D.D. (Born: 09-APR-1831, Rabat, Gozo; Died: 29-JUL-1914), Priest (17-DEC-1853), Arch-Bishop of Rhodes, Bishop of Malta and Gozo (17-MAR-1877), Bishop of Malta, (r. 10-FEB-1889 - 29-JUL-1914) -> Priest: 60 years; Bishop: 37 years.
- Saviour Gaffiero, Auxiliary Bishop of Malta, (r. 1899–1906)
- Angelo Portelli, OP, Auxiliary Bishop of Malta, (r. 1914–27).
- Mauris Caruana GCOJ, KBE, Bishop of Malta,(r.1914-43)also Archbishop of Rhodes
- Michael Gonzi, KBE, Last Bishop of Malta, (r. 1943–44)
Archbishops of Malta 
- Michael Gonzi, KBE, 1st Archbishop of Malta, (r. 1944–76)
- Emanuele Gerada, Coadjutor Archbishop of Malta, (r. 1967–73)
- Joseph Mercieca, Archbishop of Malta, (r. 1976–2006)
- Paul Cremona OP., Archbishop of Malta, (r. 2006–Present)
Auxiliary Bishops of Malta 
- Emmanuele Galea, (1942–1974)
- Joseph Mercieca, (r. 1974–76)
- Annetto Despasquale, (1998–2011)
- Charles J. Scicluna 2012-
- Outline of Maltese History 1971 AC. Aquilina & Co; Appendix III.