Roman Catholic Diocese of Toluca

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Diocese of Toluca
Dioecesis Tolucensis
Diócesis de Toluca
Catedral de San José de Nazareth, Toluca.jpg
Catedral de San José de Nazaret
Location
Country Mexico
Ecclesiastical province Province of Mexico
Metropolitan Toluca
Statistics
Area 1,939 sq mi (5,020 km2)
Population
- Total
- Catholics
(as of 2010)
3,318,000
3,105,000 (93.6%)
Parishes 142
Information
Denomination Roman Catholic
Rite Roman Rite
Established 4 June 1950 (68 years ago)
Cathedral Cathedral of St. Joseph of Nazareth
Current leadership
Pope Francis
Bishop Francisco Javier Chavolla Ramos
Metropolitan Archbishop Norberto Rivera Carrera
Map
Roman Catholic Diocese of Toluca in Mexico.jpg
Website
www.diocesistoluca.org.mx

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Toluca (Latin: Dioecesis Tolucensis) (erected 4 June 1950) is a suffragan diocese of the Archdiocese of México. Along with the Dioceses of Acapulco, Chilapa and Tacámbaro, it lost territory when the Diocese of Ciudad Altamirano was erected in 1964. It further lost territory in 1984 with the formation of the Diocese of Atlacomulco. On Thursday, November 26, 2009, it lost territory again when Pope Benedict XVI created another suffragan diocese for the Archdiocese of Mexico, the Diocese of Tenancingo.

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Coordinates: 19°17′29″N 99°39′26″W / 19.2914°N 99.6572°W / 19.2914; -99.6572