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Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Nueva Pamplona

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The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Nueva Pamplona Latin: Neo-Pampilonensis is an archdiocese located in the city of Nueva Pamplona in Colombia

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Ordinaries
  • 3 Suffragan dioceses
  • 4 See also
  • 5 Notes
  • 6 External links

History

On 25 September 1835, Pope Gregory XVI established the Diocese of Nueva Pamplona from the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Santafé en Nueva Granada It was then a suffragan of the Archdiocese of Bogotá The first bishop, José Jorge Torres Estans, a native of Cartagena, ruled from 30 August 1837, to 17 April 1853, when he died at the age of 81, an exile in San Antonio del Fáchira, Venezuela His successor, José Luis Niño, named vicar Apostolic, was consecrated in October, 1856, and also died an exile in San Antonio del Fáchira, 12 February 1864 The third bishop, Bonifacio Antonio Toscano, governed from 13 October 1865, to his retirement in 1873 He convoked the first diocesan synod, and assisted at the Provincial Council of New Granada in 1868 and at the First Vatican Council Indalecio Barreto succeeded him 3 December 1874, and died 19 March 1875, at La Vega near Cúcuta The Bishop of Panamá, Ignacio Antonio Parra, his successor, ruled from 8 June 1876, until his death, 21 February 1908 Bishop Parra had been exiled by the Liberal government from 1877 to 1878 Evaristo Blanco was transferred from the Diocese of Socorro, 15 August 1909 It was elevated to an archdiocese on 29 May 1956

Ordinaries

  • Bishops of Nueva Pamplona
    • José Jorge de Torres y Estans † 21 Nov 1836 - 19 Apr 1853 Died
    • José Luis Niño † 27 May 1856 - 19 Apr 1864 Died
    • Bonifacio Antonio Toscano † 16 Dec 1864 - 18 Nov 1873 Resigned
    • Indalecio Barreto † 16 Jan 1874 - 20 Mar 1875 Died
    • Ignacio Antonio Parra † 17 Sep 1875 - 21 Feb 1908 Died
    • Evaristo Blanco † 27 Mar 1909 - 15 Sep 1915 Died
    • Rafael Afanador y Cadena † 5 Jun 1916 - 29 May 1956 Resigned
  • Archbishops of Nueva Pamplona
    • Bernardo Botero Álvarez, CM † 29 May 1956 - 28 Jun 1959 Died
    • Aníbal Muñoz Duque † 3 Aug 1959 - 27 Mar 1968 Appointed, Apostolic Administrator of Bogotá
    • Alfredo Rubio Diaz † 27 Mar 1968 - 28 Feb 1978 Resigned
    • Mario Revollo Bravo † 28 Feb 1978 - 25 Jun 1984 Appointed, Archbishop of Bogotá
    • Rafael Sarmiento Peralta † 12 Jan 1985 - 21 Jun 1994 Resigned
    • Víctor Manuel López Forero 21 Jun 1994 - 27 Jun 1998 Appointed, Archbishop of Bucaramanga
    • Gustavo Martínez Frías † 18 Mar 1999 - 29 Aug 2009 Died
    • Luis Madrid Merlano 30 Mar 2010–present

Suffragan dioceses

  • Arauca
  • Cúcuta
  • Ocaña
  • Tibú

See also

  • Roman Catholicism in Colombia

Notes

  1. ^ http://enwikisourceorg/wiki/Catholic_Encyclopedia_1913/Nueva_Pamplona

External links

  • Catholic Hierarchy
  • GCatholicorg

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

Coordinates: 7°22′41″N 72°39′09″W / 73781°N 726525°W / 73781; -726525

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