List of Catholic dioceses in Spain, Andorra, Ceuta and Gibraltar

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The diocesan system of the Catholic church government in Spain consists mainly of a nearly entirely Latin hierarchy of 70 territorial (arch)dioceses :

Exempt, i.e. directly subject to the Holy See, are :

All except the Exempt Bishop of Gibraltar of members of the national episcopal conference of Spain.

There is also an apostolic nunciature (papal embassy) to Spain (in national capital Madrid), into which is also vested the nunciature to Andorra.
Gibraltar and Ceuta, being British viz. Spanish overseas territories without sovereignty (and disputed by Spain viz. Morocco), have no papal diplomatic representation.

Map of current Catholic (arch)dioceses in Spain

Exempt current jurisdictions[edit]

Latin[edit]

Eastern Rite Ordinariate[edit]

Current Latin provinces[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Barcelona[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Burgos[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Granada[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Madrid[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Mérida-Badajoz[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Oviedo[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Pamplona[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Santiago de Compostela[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Seville[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Tarragona[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Toledo[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Valencia[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Valladolid[edit]

Ecclesiastical province of Zaragoza[edit]

Defunct jurisdictions[edit]

TO BE CHECKED/ELABORATED

Titular sees[edit]

(Excluding the current but vacant Latin titular patriarchate, above)

Other[edit]

(Excluding mere predecessors of current sees)

Gallery of Archdioceses[edit]

Sources and external links[edit]