Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Toledo

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For the diocese in Brazil, see Roman Catholic Diocese of Toledo, Brazil.
For the diocese in the United States, see Roman Catholic Diocese of Toledo.
Archdiocese of Toledo
Archidiœcesis Toletana
Archidiócesis de Toledo
Toledo Cathedral, from Plaza del Ayuntamiento.jpg
Location
Country Spain
Territory Province of Toledo, Parts of the Province of Cáceres and the Province of Badajoz
Ecclesiastical province Toledo
Statistics
Area 19,333 km2 (7,465 sq mi)
Population
- Total
- Catholics
(as of 2010)
719,482
636,477 (88.5%)
Parishes 270
Information
Denomination Roman Catholic
Rite Latin Rite
Established 1st Century (As Diocese of Toledo)
4th Century (As Archdiocese of Toledo)
Cathedral Primatial Cathedral of St Mary in Toledo
Current leadership
Pope Francis
Metropolitan Archbishop Braulio Rodríguez Plaza
Suffragans Diocese of Albacete
Diocese of Ciudad Real
Diocese of Cuenca
Diocese of Sigüenza-Guadalajara
Auxiliary Bishops Ángel Fernández Collado
Emeritus Bishops Francisco Álvarez Martínez Cardinal Archbishop Emeritus (1995-2002)
Joaquín Carmelo Borobia Isasa Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus (2004-2010)
Map
Diocesisdetoledo.PNG
Website
Website of the Archdiocese

This is a list of Bishops and Archbishops of Toledo (Latin: Archidioecesis Toletana). They are also the Primates of Spain. It was, according to tradition established in the 1st century by St. James the Great and was elevated to an archdiocese in 313 after the Edict of Milan. The incumbent Archbishop also bears the title Primate of Spain.

Archbishop's Palace (Palacio Arzobispal) in Toledo
Main entrance to the Cathedral

List of bishops archbishops[edit]

  • 1 St. Eugenius (1st century?)
  • Unknown
  • 2 Melantius (286?-306?)
  • Unknown
  • 3 Patruinus (325-335)
  • 4 Toribius (335-345)
  • 5 Quintus (345-355)
  • 6 Vincent (355-365)
  • 7 Paulatus (365-375)
  • 8 Natallus (375-385)
  • 9 Audentius (385-395)
  • 10 Asturius (395-412)
  • 11 Isicius (412-427)
  • 12 Martin I (427-440)
  • 13 Castinus (440-454)
  • 14 Campeius (454-467)
  • 15 Sinticius (467-482)
  • 16 Praumatus (482-494)
  • 17 Petrus I (494-508)
  • 18 Celsus (? -520)
  • 19 Montanus (520-521)
  • 20 Julian I
  • 21 Bacauda
  • 22 Petrus II
  • 23 Euphemius
  • 24 Exuperius
  • 25 Adelphus
  • 26 Conancius
  • 27 Aurasius (603-615)
  • 28 St Eladius (615-633)
  • 29 Justus (633-636)
  • 30 Eugenius II (636-646)
  • 31 St Eugenius III the Younger (646-657)
  • 32 St Ildefonso (657–667)
  • 33 Quiricus (667-680)
  • 34 St. Julian II (680-690)
  • 35 Sisbert (690-693)
  • 36 Felix (694-700)
  • 37 Gunderic (700-710)
  • 38 Sindered (711- ?)
  • 39 Sunirend
  • 40 Concordius
  • 41 Cixila (745/774-754/783)
  • 42 Elipandus (754/783-808?)
  • 43 Gumesind (? -828)
  • 44 Wistremir (? -858)
  • (St Eulogius 859; elected but did not take office)
  • 45 Bonitus (859-892)
  • 46 Juan I (892-926)
  • 47 Ubayd Allah ben Qasim

See vacant due to Muslim rule (Ummayad Caliphate of Cordoba)

General Vicar of the Armies[edit]

Suffragan dioceses[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Coordinates: 39°51′27″N 4°01′23″W / 39.8575°N 4.0231°W / 39.8575; -4.0231