Roman Catholic Diocese of Concordia, Kansas

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The Roman Catholic Diocese of Concordia in America (its present title as a titular see) was founded on August 2, 1887 by Pope Leo XIII.[1] On December 23, 1947, at inception, the Diocese was renamed the Roman Catholic Diocese of Salina.[2] In 1995, the Diocese of Concordia was restored as a titular see.[3]

The Latin adjective referring to this episcopal see is Concordiensis, while that referring to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Concordia, a residential see in Argentina, is Foroconcordianus.

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