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Roman Catholic Diocese of Adria-Rovigo


The Italian Catholic Diocese of Adria-Rovigo Latin: Dioecesis Adriensis-Rhodigiensis, in the Triveneto, has existed under this name since 1986 It is a Latin suffragan to the Patriarchate of Venice

Its territory comprises roughly the northeastern Italian Province of Rovigo Rovigo itself is not an episcopal see, and a part of one town in the Province of Padua

In 2015, in the diocese of Adria-Rovigo there was one priest for every 1,355 Catholics

Contents

  • 1 Special churches
  • 2 Ecclesiastical history
  • 3 Bishops
    • 31 Diocese of Adria
      • 311 to 1500
      • 312 1500 to 1700
      • 313 1700 to 1900
      • 314 since 1900
    • 32 Diocese of Adria-Rovigo
  • 4 References
  • 5 Sources
  • 6 See also
    • 61 Acknowledgment

Special churches

Its Cathedral episcopal see is the Cattedrale di SS Pietro e Paolo dedicated to Saints Peter and Paul, in Adria, province of Rovigo

It has a Co-Cathedral: Concattedrale di S Stefano Papa e Martire Concattedrale dedicated to Martyr Pope Stephen I, in Rovigo, which never was a diocese

Furthermores, there are several Minor Basilicas :

  • Basilica di S Apollinare Basilica di S Apollinare, in Rovigo
  • Basilica di S Bellino Basilica in San Bellino, Rovigo
  • Basilica di S Maria Assunta della Tomba in Adria
  • Basilica del Pilastrello in Lendinara, Rovigo

Ecclesiastical history

Tradition dates the preaching of the Gospel in Adria from the days of Saint Apollinaris, himself consecrated bishop by Saint Peter The figure of this Bishop of Ravenna has a singular importance in the hagiographical legends of the northeast of Italy Even if Emilia, Romagna and the territory around Venice were Christianized and had bishops the two facts are concomitant before Piedmont, for example, their conversion does not go back beyond the end of the second century

The first known bishop of Adria is Gallonistus, who was present at a synod in Rome 649 under Pope Martin I Mansi, XII The Venerable Bede's Martyrology mentions a Saint Colianus, Bishop of Adria, but nothing is known about him

Established in 640 AD as Diocese of Adria Amongst the bishops of Adria is the Blessed Aldobrandinus of Este 1248-1352

Gained territory on 18180501 from the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Ravenna, and exchanged territory with the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Ferrara Exchanged territory again on 18190309 with Diocese of Padova

The diocese had in the early 20th century, for a population of 190,400: 80 parishes, 300 churches, chapels and oratories; 250 secular priests, 72 seminarians, 12 regular priests and 9 lay-brothers; 90 confraternities; 3 boys schools 97 pupils and 6 girls schools 99 pupils

Renamed on 19860930 as Diocese of Adria–Rovigo

Bishops

all Roman Rite

incomplete : first millennium mostly unavailable

Diocese of Adria

Erected: 7th Century
Latin Name: Adriensis
Metropolitan: Patriarchate of Venice

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to 1500

  • Gallionistus 649
  • Leo or Leopertus 861
  • Theodinus 877
  • Paulus 920
  • Gemerius attested in 953
  • Astulf ca 972–992
  • Benedictus ca 1050–1063 laid the foundation stone for the Cathedral at Rovigo
  • Rolandus Zabarelli ca 1210–1233
  • Guilelmus d'Este 1240–1257
  • Jacobus 1270–ca 1277
  • Pellegrinus 1277–1280
  • Otholinus, OCamald 1280–1284
  • Bonifatius ca 1285–1286
  • Bonajuncta Bonaggiunta 1288–1306
  • Joannes, OHumil 1308–1317
  • Aegidius 1317
  • Salionus Buzzacarini 1318–1327
  • Exuperantius Lambertuzzi 1327–1329
  • Benvenuto Borghesini, OP 1329–1348
  • Aldobrandino d'Este 19 Mar 1348 – 18 Jan 1353 transferred to Bishop of Modena
  • Giovanni da Siena bishop, OFM Conv 1 Nov 1352 –
  • Antonio Contarini Aug 1384 – 1386 Died
  • Ugo Roberti 1 Sep 1386 – 7 May 1392 Appointed, Bishop of Padua
  • Bartolomeo Roverella 15 Jul 1444 – 26 Sep 1445 Appointed, Archbishop of Ravenna
  • Nicolò Maria d'Este 31 May 1487 – 5 Aug 1507 Died

1500 to 1700

  • Beltrame Costabili 27 Aug 1507 – 1519 Died
  • Ercole Rangone 15 Jun 1519 – 27 May 1524 Resigned
  • Giambattista Bragadin 27 May 1524 – 23 May 1528 Died
  • Giovanni Domenico de Cupis 31 Aug 1528 – 10 Dec 1553 Died
  • Giulio Canani 26 Nov 1554 – 8 Feb 1591 Appointed, Bishop of Modena
  • Laurentius Laureti, O Carm 13 Feb 1591 – 1598 Died
  • Girolamo di Porzia 7 Aug 1598 – Aug 1612 Died
  • Ludovico Sarego 17 Sep 1612 – 24 Sep 1622 Resigned
  • Ubertinus Papafava 10 May 1623 – Oct 1631 Died
  • Germanicus Mantica 21 Feb 1633 – Feb 1639 Died
  • Giovanni Paolo Savio 19 Dec 1639 – Oct 1650 Died
  • Bonifacio Agliardi Alliardi, CR 2 Aug 1655 – 1 Feb 1666 Died
  • Tommaso Retani 16 Mar 1667 – 1677 Resigned
  • Carlo Labia, CR 13 Sep 1677 – 29 Nov 1701 Died

1700 to 1900

  • Filippo della Torre 6 Feb 1702 – 25 Feb 1717 Died
  • Antonio Vaira 12 Jul 1717 – 8 Oct 1732 Died
  • Giovanni Soffietti, CRM 19 Jan 1733 – 7 Sep 1747 Died
  • Pietro Maria Suárez 20 Nov 1747 – 19 Jun 1750 Died
  • Pellegrino Ferri 16 Nov 1750 – 30 Sep 1757 Died
  • Giovanni Francesco Mora, CO 2 Oct 1758 – 15 Jan 1766 Died
  • Arnaldo Speroni, OSB 2 Jun 1766 – 2 Nov 1800 Died
  • Federico Maria Molin 24 Aug 1807 – 16 Apr 1819 Died
  • Carlo Pio Ravasi, OSB 8 Jan 1821 Confirmed – 2 Oct 1833 Died
  • Antonio-Maria Calcagno 19 Dec 1834 Confirmed – 8 Jan 1841 Died
  • Bernardo Antonino Squarcina, OP 27 Jan 1842 – 22 Dec 1851 Died
  • Giacomo Bignotti 27 Sep 1852 – 7 Mar 1857 Died
  • Camillo Benzon 27 Sep 1858 – 10 Dec 1866 Died
  • Pietro Colli 27 Mar 1867 – 30 Oct 1868 Died
  • Emmanuele Kaubeck 27 Oct 1871 – 31 Aug 1877 Died
  • Giovanni Maria Berengo 31 Dec 1877 – 12 May 1879 Appointed, Bishop of Mantova
  • Giuseppe Apollonio 12 May 1879 – 25 Sep 1882 Appointed, Bishop of Treviso
  • Antonio Polin 25 Sep 1882 – 18 May 1908 Died

since 1900

  • Tommaso Pio Boggiani, OP 31 Oct 1908 – 9 Jan 1912 Appointed Titular Archbishop of Edessa in Osrhoëne, then Cardinal in 1916 He was Archbishop of Genoa, 1919–1921
  • Anselmo Rizzi 4 Jun 1913 – 19 Oct 1934 Died
  • Guido Maria Mazzocco 12 Nov 1936 – 8 Nov 1968 Died
  • Giovanni Mocellini 1 Jan 1969 – 12 Mar 1977 Resigned
  • Giovanni Maria Sartori 12 Mar 1977 – 7 Dec 1987 Appointed, Archbishop of Trento
  • Martino Gomiero 7 May 1988 – 11 Oct 2000 Retired

Diocese of Adria-Rovigo

Name Changed: 30 September 1986
Latin Name: Adriensis-Rhodigiensis
Metropolitan: Patriarchate of Venice

  • Andrea Bruno Mazzocato 11 Oct 2000 – 3 Dec 2003 Appointed, Bishop of Treviso
  • Lucio Soravito de Franceschi 29 May 2004 – 23 Dec 2015 Retired
  • Pierantonio Pavanello 23 Dec 2015 –

References

  1. ^ "Diocese of Adria-Rovigo" Catholic-Hierarchyorg David M Cheney Retrieved February 29, 2016
  2. ^ "Diocese of Adria-Rovigo" GCatholicorg Gabriel Chow Retrieved February 29, 2016
  3. ^ Ughelli, II, p 401 Girolamo Rossi 1589 Hieronymi Rubei Historiarum Rauennatum libri decem in Latin altera ed Venica: ex typographia Guerraea p 205 
  4. ^ Leopertus was present at the first Roman council of 861 Ughelli, II, p 401 JDMansi ed, Sacrorum Conciliorum nova et amplissima collectio editio novissima Tomus XV Venice: Antonio Zatta 1772, p 605, and cf p 603
  5. ^ Bishop Theodinus was present at the Synod of Ravenna in November 877, presided over by Pope John VIII JDMansi ed, Sacrorum Conciliorum nova et amplissima collectio editio novissima Tomus XVII Venice: Antonio Zatta 1770, p 342 Ughelli, II, p 401 Gams, p 768
  6. ^ Bishop Paulus was the recipient of a letter from Pope John X in 920 Ughelli, II, p 401 Philippus Jaffe, Regesta pontificum Romanorum editio altera Tomus I Leipzig: Veit 1885, p 450, no 3561
  7. ^ Ughelli, II, p 401 Gams, p 768
  8. ^ Gams, p 769
  9. ^ Gams, p 769 Eubel, I, p 71
  10. ^ Gams, p 769
  11. ^ Lambertuzzi was transferred from Commacio on 22 November 1327 He was transferred to Cervia on 29 October 1329 Eubel, I, p 183 and p 199
  12. ^ Gams, p 769 Eubel, I, p 71 prints 1319, a typographical error
  13. ^ "Bishop Ludovico Sarego" Catholic-Hierarchyorg David M Cheney Retrieved November 24, 2016
  14. ^ "Bishop Germanicus Mantica" Catholic-Hierarchyorg David M Cheney Retrieved August 21, 2016
  15. ^ Labia had previously been Archbishop of Corcyra in the Venetian empire 1659–1677 Gauchat, IV, p 164 Ritzler, V, p 69, with note 2
  16. ^ Ritzler, V, p 69, with note 3
  17. ^ Ritzler, V, p 69, with note 4
  18. ^ Ritzler, VI, p 66, with note 3
  19. ^ Ritzler, VI, p 66, with note 4
  20. ^ Ritzler, VI, p 66, with note 5
  21. ^ Ritzler, VI, p 66, with note 6
  22. ^ Ritzler, VI, p 66, with note 7 Speroni was a native of Pavia He was consecrated in Rome by Pope Clement XIII on 8 June 1766 He was the author of a book on the Bishops of Adria: Speroni, Arnaldo 1788 Adriensium episcoporum series historico-chronologica monumentis illustrata in Latin Pavia: Jo: Antonii Conzatti 
  23. ^ Harris M Lentz 23 March 2009 Popes and Cardinals of the 20th Century: A Biographical Dictionary McFarland p 27 ISBN 978-1-4766-2155-5 
  24. ^ Boggiani was made titular Archbishop of Edessa to qualify him to be Nuncio in Mexico 1912-1914

Sources

  • Buonaiuti, Ernesto "Adria" The Catholic Encyclopedia Vol 1 New York: Robert Appleton Company, 1907 Retrieved: 2016-10-16
  • Cappelletti, Giuseppe 1854, Le chiese d'Italia Volume decimo 10 Venezia Giuseppe Antonelli, pp 9–102 in Italian
  • Dè Lardi, Francesco 1851 Serie cronologica dei Vescovi di Adria compilata da Francesco Nob Dè Lardi in Italian Venezia: Tipogr Bonvecchiato 
  • Gams, Pius Bonifatius 1873 Series episcoporum Ecclesiae catholicae: quotquot innotuerunt a beato Petro apostolo Ratisbon: Typis et Sumptibus Georgii Josephi Manz  p 768-770 in Latin
  • Gauchat, Patritius Patrice 1935 Hierarchia catholica IV 1592-1667 Münster: Libraria Regensbergiana Retrieved 2016-07-06  in Latin
  • Groto, Luigi; Bocchi, Francesco Girolamo 1830 Sulla condizione antica e moderna di Adria città del regno lombardo-veneto in Italian Volume primo seconda ed Venezia: Molinari 
  • Groto, Luigi; Bocchi, Francesco Girolamo 1831 Sulla condizione antica e moderna di Adria città del regno lombardo-veneto in Italian Volume secondo 2 seconda ed Venezia: Molinari 
  • Ritzler, Remigius; Sefrin, Pirminus 1952 Hierarchia catholica medii et recentis aevi V 1667-1730 Patavii: Messagero di S Antonio Retrieved 2016-07-06  in Latin
  • Ritzler, Remigius; Sefrin, Pirminus 1958 Hierarchia catholica medii et recentis aevi VI 1730-1799 Patavii: Messagero di S Antonio Retrieved 2016-07-06  in Latin
  • Rondina, Aldo 1983 Una diocesi millenaria: ricerche e appunti sui vescovi di Adria in Italian Rovigo: Minedi 
  • Speroni, Arnaldo 1788 Adriensium episcoporum series historico-chronologica monumentis illustrata in Latin Pavia: Jo: Antonii Conzatti 
  • Ughelli, Ferdinando; Coleti, Niccolò 1717 Italia sacra sive De Episcopis Italiae, et insularum adjacentium in Latin Tomus secundus Venezia: apud Sebastianum Coleti pp 397–409 
  • Zattoni, "Il valore storico della Passio di S Apollinare e la fondazione dell episcopato a Ravenna e in Romagna," in: Rivista storico-critica delle scienze teologiche, I, 10 and II, 3

See also

  • Adria

Acknowledgment

  •  This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: Herbermann, Charles, ed 1913 "Adria" Catholic Encyclopedia New York: Robert Appleton 

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