Roman Catholic Diocese of Évry-Corbeil-Essonnes

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Diocese of Evry–Corbeil-Essonnes
Dioecesis Evriensis–Corbiliensis-Exonensis
Diocèse d'Evry–Corbeil-Essonnes
Country  France
Ecclesiastical province Paris
Metropolitan Archdiocese of Paris
Area 1,819 km2 (702 sq mi)
- Total
- Catholics
(as of 2013)
1,232,000 (est.)
852,900 (est.) (69.2%)
Denomination Roman Catholic
Sui iuris church Latin Church
Rite Roman Rite
Established 9 October 1966
Cathedral Cathedral of the Resurrection and St. Corbinian in Évry
Co-cathedral Cathedral of Saint Spire in Corbeil-Essonnes
Secular priests 111 (diocesan)
11 (Religious Orders)
37 Permanent Deacons
Current leadership
Pope Francis
Bishop Michel Pansard
Metropolitan Archbishop Cardinal André Vingt-Trois
Emeritus Bishops Guy Alexis Herbulot
Michel Dubost
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Website of the Diocese

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Évry–Corbeil-Essonnes (Latin: Dioecesis Evriensis–Corbiliensis-Exonensis; French: Diocèse d'Evry–Corbeil-Essonnes) is a diocese of the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church in France. Erected in 1966 as the Diocese of Corbiel, the diocese was split off from the Diocese of Versailles. In 1988, the diocese was renamed to the Diocese of Évry–Corbeil-Essonnes. Currently the diocese remains a suffragan of the Archdiocese of Paris.

The current bishop is Michel Armand Alexis Jean Pansard who was appointed on 1 August 2017 by Pope Francis.


  • Albert-Georges-Yves Malbois (9 Oct 1966 Appointed – 13 Sep 1977 Resigned) (died 2 February 2017)
  • Guy Alexis Herbulot (12 May 1978 Appointed – 15 Apr 2000 Retired)
  • Michel Marie Jacques Dubost, C.I.M. (15 Apr 2000 Appointed – 1 August 2017 Retired)
  • Michel Armand Alexis Jean Pansard (1 August 2017 Appointed – )
Emeritus Bishop Dubost

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Coordinates: 48°37′25″N 2°25′43″E / 48.62361°N 2.42861°E / 48.62361; 2.42861