Roman Catholic Diocese of Calahorra y La Calzada-Logroño

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Diocese of Calahorra y La Calzada-Logroño

Dioecesis Calaguritanus et Calceatensis - Lucroniensis

Diócesis de Calahorra y La Calzada-Logroño
Catedral de Calahorra01.jpg
Location
Country Spain
Ecclesiastical provincePamplona y Tudela
MetropolitanPamplona y Tudela
Statistics
Area5,033 km2 (1,943 sq mi)
Population
- Total
- Catholics
(as of 2006)
301,084
273,101 (90.7%)
Information
RiteLatin Rite
Established5th Century (As Diocese of Calahorra)
1232 (As Diocese of Calahorra y La Calzada)
9 March 1959 (As Diocese of Calahorra y La Calzada-Logroño)
CathedralCathedral of the Assumption of Our Lady in Calahorra
Cathedral of the Saviour and St Mary in Santo Domingo de la Calzada
Co-cathedralCo-Cathedral of St Mary in Logroño
Current leadership
PopeFrancis
BishopJuan José Omella Omella
Metropolitan ArchbishopFrancisco Pérez González
Website
Website of the Diocese

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Calahorra y La Calzada-Logroño (Latin: Calaguritan(us) et Calceaten(sis) – Lucronien(sis)) is a diocese located in the cities of Calahorra, Santo Domingo de la Calzada, and Logroño in the Ecclesiastical province of Pamplona y Tudela in Spain.[1][2]

History[edit]

  • 463: Established as Diocese of Calahorra
  • 1232: Renamed as Diocese of Calahorra y La Calzada
  • 9 March 1959: Renamed as Diocese of Calahorra y La Calzada – Logroño

Leadership[edit]

Concatedral de Santa María de la Redonda

Early bishops[edit]

  • Rodrigo de Cascante (1170–1190)[1]
  • Bishop García (1190–?)[1]
  • Juan de Préjano (1197–1202)[1]
  • Juan García de Agoncilo (1207–1216)[1]
  • Guillermo Durán y Rodrigo de Basín (1217–1221)[1]
  • Juan Pérez (1226 Appointed – 1237 Died)[1]
  • Jerónimo Aznar (1238–1263)[1]
  • Vivián (1263–1273)[1]
  • Esteban de Sepúlveda (1273–1280)[1]
  • Rodrigo Jiménez (1281–1282)[1]
  • Martín García (1283–1286)[1] Appointed Bishop of Astorga
  • Bishop Blas (1286–1287)[1]
  • Juan Almoravid (5 Jan 1287 – 9 Jun 1300) Appointed Archbishop of Sevilla[2]
  • Fernando González (13 Jun 1300 – 6 May 1303)[1]
  • Rodrigo Ordóñez (1304–1311)[1]
  • Miguel Romero de Yanguas (1313–1325)[1]
  • Juan de Santo Domingo (1326–1346)[1]
  • Pedro (1346–1347)[1]
  • Lope de Fontecha (1348–1351)[1]
  • Fernando Manuel (1352–1362)[1]
  • Robert Le Coq (1362–1373)[1]
  • Gonzalo Mena Roelas (16 Nov 1373 – 11 Aug 1382) Appointed Bishop of Burgos[2]
  • Juan de Villacreces (1382–1394)[1]
  • Juan Ramírez de Guzmán (1394 Jan 28 – 1403 Jul 30) Appointed Bishop of Avila[1]
  • Fernando Manuel (1403–1408)[1]
  • Diego López de Zúñiga (1408–1443)[1]
  • Pedro López de Miranda (1443–1453)[1]

Bishops of Calahorra y La Calzada since 1453[edit]

  • Pedro González de Mendoza (28 Nov 1453 – 30 Oct 1467 Appointed, Bishop of Sigüenza)[3]
  • Rodrigo Sánchez de Arévalo (1468–1469) Appointed Bishop of Palencia[1]
  • Juan Diaz de Coca (13 Feb 1470 – 12 Mar 1477 Died)
  • Pedro Aranda (1477 – 1494 Died)
  • Juan Ortega Bravo de la Laguna (6 Sep 1499 – 5 May 1503 Appointed, Bishop of Coria)
  • Fadrique de Portugal Noreña, O.S.B. (5 May 1503 – 22 Dec 1508 Appointed, Bishop of Segovia)
  • Juan Fernández Velasco (22 Dec 1505 – 22 Jul 1514 Appointed, Bishop of Palencia)
  • Jaime Serra i Cau (5 Jul 1514 – 25 May 1515 Resigned)
  • Juan Castellanos de Villalba (25 May 1515 – 23 Aug 1522 Died)
  • Alonso de Castilla Zúniga (11 Mar 1523 – 8 Feb 1541 Died)
  • Antonio Ramírez de Haro (27 Jun 1541 – 6 Aug 1543 Appointed, Bishop of Segovia)
  • Juan Yanes (24 Sep 1543 – 24 Dec 1544 Died)
  • Juan Bernal Díaz de Luco (17 Apr 1545 – 6 Sep 1556 Died)
  • Diego Fernández de Córdoba Velasco (1 Oct 1557 – 15 Sep 1558 Died)
  • Juan Quiñones Guzmán (2 Aug 1559 – 14 Sep 1576 Died)
  • Juan Ochoa Salazar (11 Sep 1577 – 7 Aug 1587 Appointed, Bishop of Plasencia)
  • Antonio Manrique, O.F.M. (7 Aug 1587 – 30 Jan 1589 Died)[4]
  • Pedro Portocarrero (bishop) (20 Mar 1589 – 12 Jan 1594 Appointed, Bishop of Córdoba)[5][6]
  • Pedro Manso Zuñiga (23 Mar 1594 – 12 Sep 1612 Died)
  • Pedro Zamora (29 Jul 1613 – 4 Oct 1613 Died)
  • Pedro González del Castillo (17 Feb 1614 – 5 Aug 1627 Died)
  • Miguel Ayala (5 May 1628 – 19 Aug 1632 Died)
  • Gonzalo Chacón Velasco y Fajardo (31 Jan 1633 – 27 May 1642 Died)
  • Juan Piñeiro Osorio (13 Jul 1643 – 21 Oct 1647 Appointed, Bishop of Pamplona)
  • Juan Juániz de Echalar (16 Dec 1647 – 13 Oct 1656 Died)[7]
  • Martín López de Hontiveros (18 Jun 1657 – 30 Sep 1658 Confirmed, Archbishop of Valencia)
  • Fernando Heras Manrique (2 Dec 1658 – 1659 Died)
  • Bernardo de Hontiveros, O.S.B. (9 Jun 1659 – 3 Nov 1662 Died)
  • José de la Peña García de Ceniceros (27 Aug 1663 – 23 May 1667 Died)
  • Francisco Rodríguez Castañón (12 Dec 1667 – 1669 Died)
  • Gabriel de Esparza Pérez (2 Jun 1670 – 10 Jan 1686 Died)
  • Pedro de Lepe Orantes (Lope y Dorantes) (12 Aug 1686 – 5 Dec 1700 Died)
  • Francisco Antonio de Borja-Centelles y Ponce de Léon (18 Jul 1701 – 3 Apr 1702 Appointed, Archbishop of Burgos)
  • Ildefonso de Mena y Borja (8 May 1702 – 4 Oct 1714 Died)
  • Antonio Horcasitas y Avellaneda (18 Mar 1715 – 21 Dec 1716 Died)
  • José Espejo y Cisneros (2 Jul 1717 – 8 Apr 1747 Retired)
  • Diego Rojas y Contreras (6 May 1748 – 12 Mar 1753 Appointed, Bishop of Cartagena (en España))
  • Andrés Porras y Termes (26 Sep 1753 – 16 Jun 1764 Died)
  • Juan Luengo Pinto (17 Dec 1764 – 17 Apr 1784 Died)
  • Pedro Luis Ozta Múzquiz (27 Jun 1785 – 20 Jan 1789 Died)
  • Francisco Mateo Aguiriano Gómez † (29 Mar 1790 – 21 Sep 1813 Died)
  • Atanasio Puyal y Poveda (26 Sep 1814 – 21 Oct 1827 Died)
  • Ignacio Ribes Mayor (15 Dec 1828 – 24 Feb 1832 Confirmed, Archbishop of Burgos)
  • Pablo García Abella, C.O. (15 Apr 1833 – 17 Jan 1848 Confirmed, Archbishop of Valencia)
  • Gaspar Cos y Soberón (3 Jul 1848 – 15 Dec 1848 Died)
  • Miguel José Irigoyen (20 May 1850 – 18 Feb 1852 Died)
  • Cipriano Juárez y Berzosa (27 Sep 1852 – 23 May 1858 Died)
  • Antolín Monescillo y Viso (22 Jul 1861 – 27 Mar 1865 Confirmed, Bishop of Jaén)
  • Fabián Sebastián Arenzana y Magdaleno (25 Sep 1865 – 9 Nov 1874 Died)
  • Gabino Catalina y del Amo (5 Jul 1875 – 11 Jan 1882 Died)
  • Antonio María Cascajares y Azara (27 Mar 1884 – 17 Dec 1891 Confirmed, Archbishop of Valladolid)
  • Fidel García Martínez (25 Aug 1927 – 7 May 1953 Resigned)

Bishops of Calahorra y La Calzada – Logroño[edit]

Name Changed: 9 March 1959

  • Abilio del Campo y de la Bárcena (7 May 1953 – 20 Dec 1976 Resigned)
  • Francisco Alvarez Martínez (20 Dec 1976 – 12 May 1989 Appointed, Bishop of Orihuela-Alicante)
  • Ramón Búa Otero (14 Sep 1989 – 15 Sep 2003 Resigned)
  • Juan José Omella Omella (8 Apr 2004 – 6 Nov 2015 Appointed, Archbishop of Barcelona)

Auxiliary bishops[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa "Diocese of Calahorra y La Calzada–Logroño" GCatholic.org. Gabriel Chow. Retrieved February 29, 2016
  2. ^ a b c "Diocese of Calahorra y La Calzada-Logroño" Catholic-Hierarchy.org. David M. Cheney. Retrieved February 29, 2016
  3. ^ Catholic Hierarchy: "Pedro Cardinal González de Mendoza" retrieved January 14, 2016
  4. ^ "Bishop Antonio Manrique, O.F.M." Catholic-Hierarchy.org. David M. Cheney. Retrieved September 5, 2016
  5. ^ "Bishop Pedro Portocarrero" Catholic-Hierarchy.org. David M. Cheney. Retrieved September 18, 2016
  6. ^ "Bishop Pedro Portocarrero" GCatholic.org. Gabriel Chow. Retrieved September 18, 2016
  7. ^ "Bishop Juan Juániz de Echalar" Catholic-Hierarchy.org. David M. Cheney. Retrieved July 14, 2016
  8. ^ "Bishop Cristóforo Chrisostome Carletti, O.F.M." Catholic-Hierarchy.org. David M. Cheney. Retrieved March 21, 2016

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 42°17′56″N 1°57′27″W / 42.2989°N 1.9575°W / 42.2989; -1.9575