Roman Catholic Diocese of Poreč-Pula

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Diocese of Poreč i Pula
Dioecesis Parentina et Polensis
Porečko-pulska biskupija
Location
Country  Croatia
Ecclesiastical province Rijeka
Metropolitan Archdiocese of Rijeka
Statistics
Area 2,839 km2 (1,096 sq mi)
Population
- Total
- Catholics
(as of 2013)
210,114
164,480 (78.3%)
Information
Rite Latin Rite
Cathedral Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption of Mary in Poreč
Co-cathedral Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Pula
Current leadership
Pope Francis
Bishop Dražen Kutleša
Metropolitan Archbishop Ivan Devcic
Emeritus Bishops Anton Bogetic, Bishop Emeritus (1984-1997)
Ivan Milovan, Bishop Emeritus (1997-2012)
Website
Website of the Diocese

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Poreč and Pula (Croatian: Porečko-pulska biskupija; Latin: Dioecesis Parentina et Polensis) is a suffragan Latin diocese in the Ecclesiastical province of the Metropolitan Archbishopric of Rijeka on Istria peninsula, in Croatia.

Special churches[edit]

History[edit]

Statistics[edit]

As per 2014, it pastorally served 169,048 Catholics (79.5% of 212,561 total) on 2,839 km² in 135 parishes with 108 priests (94 diocesan, 14 religious), 1 deacon, 78 lay religious (48 brothers, 30 sisters) and 6 seminarians.

Episcopal Ordinaries[edit]

(all Roman rite; probably many Italians, notably in the early centuries)

Suffragan Bishops of Poreč
  • Andrea (991 – 1010?)
  • Sigimbaldo (1015 – 1017?)
  • Engelmaro (1028 – 1040)
  • Arpo (1045 – 1050)
  • Orso (1050 – 1060)
  • Adelman (1060 – 1075)
  • Cadolo (1075 – 1082)
  • Pagano I (1082 – 1104)
  • Bertold (1104 – 1120)
  • Ferongo (1120 – 1131)
  • Rodemondo (1131 – 1146)
  • Vincenzo (1146 – 1158)
  • Uberto (1158 – 1174)
  • Pietro (1174 – 1194)
  • Giovanni I (1196 – 1200)
  • Pulcherio (1200 – 1216?)
  • Adalberto (1219 – 1243)
  • Pagano II (1243 – 1246)
  • Giovanni II (1249 – 1254)
  • Ottone (1256 – 1282)
  • Bonifazio (1282 – 1305)
  • Giuliano Natale (1306 – 1309)
  • Graziadio, Carmelite Order (O. Carm.) (1309 – 1327)
  • Giovanni Gottoli de Sordello, Dominican Order (O.P.) (1328.06.20 – death 1367)
  • Gilberto Zorzi, O.P. (1367.07.02 – 1388.03.04), next Bishop of Eraclea (1388.03.04 – death 1403)
  • Giovanni Lombardo, O. Carm. (1388.06 – death 1415.03.21)
  • Fantino Valaresso (1415.04.28 – 1425.12.05), later Metropolitan Archbishop of Crete (insular Greece) (1425.12.05 – death 1443.05.18)
  • Daniele Scotto de’ Rampi (1426 – 1433), next Bishop of Concordia (Italy) (1433.01.07 – death 1443.07.11)
  • Angelo Cavazza (1433.01.07 – 1440.04.11); previously Bishop of Arba (1433.01.07 – 1440.04.11); later Bishop of Cittanova (1442 – retired 1448); died 1457
  • Placido de Pavanello, Vallombrosians (O.S.B. Vall.) (1457.01.24 – 1464.11.05); previously Titular Bishop of Byblus (1454.01.09 – 1457.01.24); later Bishop of Torcello (1464.11.05 – 1471)
  • Francesco Morosini, Benedictine Order (O.S.B.) (1464.11.14 – death 1470.10.03), also [[Apostolic Administrator of Macerata (Italy) (1470.02.02 – 1470.10.03) and Apostolic Administrator of Roman Catholic Diocese of Recanati&Recanati (Italy) (1470.02.02 – 1470.10.03)
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Suffragan Bishops of Poreč and Pula
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See also[edit]

Sources and external links[edit]

Coordinates: 45°13′43″N 13°35′36″E / 45.2286°N 13.5933°E / 45.2286; 13.5933