List of Catholic dioceses in India

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Roman Catholic Church in India includes 171 dioceses, of which 132 are Latin Church, 29 are Syro-Malabar and 10 are Syro-Malankara. These are organised into 30 ecclesiastical provinces, comprising 23 Latin, 5 Syro-Malabar and 2 Syro-Malankara provinces.[1]

The bishops of the Latin Church, Syro-Malabar Church and Syro-Malankara Church form the Catholic Bishops' Conference of India (CBCI).[2] This episcopal conference was established in 1944.

Latin ecclesiastical provinces and dioceses of the Catholic church in India. The dioceses making up a province have different shades of the same colour

Roman Catholic Church ecclesiastical provinces[edit]

Province of Agra[edit]

Province of Bangalore[edit]

Province of Bhopal[edit]

Province of Bombay[edit]

Province of Calcutta[edit]

Province of Cuttack-Bhubaneswar[edit]

Province of Delhi[edit]

Province of Gandhinagar[edit]

Province of Goa and Daman[edit]

Province of Guwahati[edit]

Province of Hyderabad[edit]

Province of Imphal[edit]

Province of Madras and Mylapore[edit]

Province of Madurai[edit]

Province of Nagpur[edit]

Province of Patna[edit]

Province of Pondicherry and Cuddalore[edit]

Province of Raipur[edit]

Province of Ranchi[edit]

Province of Shillong[edit]

Province of Trivandrum[edit]

Province of Verapoly[edit]

Province of Visakhapatnam[edit]

Syro-Malabar Ecclesiastical Provinces[edit]

The Syro-Malabar Church is governed by the Major Archbishop whose seat is Ernakulam-Angamaly and the synod of all bishops of the sui iuris Church, both within and outside of India.

Province of Eranakulam - Angamaly[edit]

Province of Changanassery[edit]

Province of Tellicherry[edit]

Province of Thrissur[edit]

Province of Kottayam[edit]

Directly under the Holy See[edit]

Syro-Malankara Ecclesiastical Provinces[edit]

The Syro-Malankara Catholic Church is also a major archiepiscopal sui iuris Church. It is governed by the Major Archbishop whose seat is Trivandrum and its synod of bishops.

Province of Trivandrum[edit]

Province of Tiruvalla[edit]

Directly under the Holy See[edit]

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ The Archbishop of Goa and Daman also carries the title of the Patriarch of the East Indies.

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