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Roman Catholic Diocese of Valence

 

Roman Catholic Diocese of Valence

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Valence is a diocese of the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic church in southern France.[1] The contemporary diocese is co-extensive with the department of Drôme.

Bishops

To 1000

  • Emilia (347–374)
  • Sextius (374–?)
  • Maximus I (400-419)
  • Cariatho (c. 442)
  • Apollinarius (?–520)
  • Gallus (549)
  • Maximus II. (567–581)
  • Raynoalde (Romuald) (581 and 585)
  • Elephas I. (?–641)
  • Agilulf (641–?)
  • Waldus (?–650)
  • Angilde (650–658)
  • Abbo (678–?)
  • Salvius I. (68?)
  • Antonie I.
  • Bonit (788–800)
  • Salvius II. (800–804)
  • Lupicin (804–?)
  • Antonie II.  ?--?
  • Elephas II. ?-?
  • Lambert I. (?–835)
  • Ado (835–842)
  • Dunctran ?-?
  • Eilard ?-?
  • Brokhard ?-?
  • Argimbert ?-?
  • Agilde (?–858)
  • Ratbert (Robert) (858–879)
  • Isaak II. (886–889)
  • Imeric (?–907)
  • Remegaire (Romegari) I. (907–924)
  • Odilbert (947–950)
  • Aimon (960–981)
  • Guigues (Guy) I. (994–997)
  • Lambert II. (997–1001)

1000 to 1300

  • Remegaire II. (1001–1016)
  • Guigues II. (1016–1025)
  • Humbert d´Albon (1028–1030)
  • Ponç Adhemar (1031–1056)
  • Odo I. (1058–1060)
  • Raiginari (1060–1063)
  • Gontard (1063–1100)
  • Henric I. (1100–1107)
  • Eustache (1107–1141)
  • Jean I (1141–1146)
  • Bernard (1146–1154)
  • Odo II.de Crussol (1154–1183)
  • Lantelm (1183–1187)
  • Falco (1187–1200)
  • Humbert de Miribel (1200–1220)
  • Gerald (1220–1231)
  • William of Savoy (1231–1239)
  • Bonifatius (1239–1242)
  • Philip of Savoy (1242–1268)
  • Guy III. de Montlaur (1268)
  • Bertrand (1268–1272)
  • Guy III. de Montlaur (1272–1274) ( from 1275 to 1678 the diocese was united with the diocese of Dié)
  • Amadeus del Rossillon (1274–1281)
  • Philippe de Bernusson (1281–1282)
  • Henri of Genf (1282–1283)
  • Jean II of Genf (1283–1297)
  • Guillaume del Rossillon (1297–1331)

1300 to 1500

  • Adhemar de la Voulte (1331–1336)
  • Henri de Villars (1336–1342)
  • Pierre de Chastellux (1342–1350)
  • Godofred (1350–1354)
  • Louis de Villars (1354–1376)
  • Guillaume de la Voulte (1376–1383)
  • Amadeus de Saluzzo (1383–1389)
  • Henri II (1389–1390)
  • Jean de Poitiers (1390–1448)
  • Louis of Poitiers (1448–1468)
  • Gerard de Crussol (1468–1472)
  • Jacques de Bathernay (1472–1474)
  • Antoine de Balzac (1474–1491)
  • Jean d'Épinay (1491–1503)

1500 to 1800

  • Francisco Lloris y de Borja (1503–1505)
  • Urbain de Miolan (1505)
  • Gaspard de Tournon (1505–1520)
  • Jean of Lothringen-Guise (1520–1522)
  • Antoine Duprat (1522–1524)
  • François-Guillaume de Castelnau de Clermont-Lodève (1524–1531)
  • Antoine de Vesc (1531–1537) (then Bishop of Castres)
  • Jacques de Tournon (1537–1553) (then Bishop of Castres)
  • Jean de Montluc (1553–1579)
  • Charles I. de Leberon (1579–1600)
  • Pierre-André de Leberon (1600–1621)
  • Charles II. de Leberon (1621–1654)
  • Daniel de Cosnac (1654–1687)
  • Guillaume Bokhard de Champigny (1687–1705)
  • Jean de Catelan † ( 1705 Appointed - Jan 1725 Died)
  • Alexandre de Milon (1725–1771)
  • Pierre-François de Grave (1771–1787)
  • Gabriel-Melchior de Messey (1778–1791)
  • François Marbes (1791–1795) (constitutional bishop)
  • Vacant (1795–1801)

From 1800

  • François Bécherel † (5 Jul 1802 Appointed - 25 Jun 1815 Died)
  • Marie-Joseph-Antoine-Laurent de la Rivoire de La Tourette † (8 Aug 1817 Appointed - 3 Apr 1840 Died)
  • Pierre Chatrousse † (26 May 1840 Appointed - 17 May 1857 Died)
  • Jean-Paul-François-Marie-Félix Lyonnet † (24 Jun 1857 Appointed - 4 Dec 1864 Appointed, Archbishop of Albi)
  • Nicolas-Edouard-François Gueullette † (9 Dec 1864 Appointed - 7 Jan 1875 Resigned)
  • Charles-Pierre-François Cotton † (16 Jan 1875 Appointed - 25 Sep 1905 Died)
  • Jean-Victor-Emile Chesnelong † (21 Feb 1906 Appointed - 12 Jan 1912 Appointed, Archbishop of Sens (-Auxerre))
  • Emmanuel-Marie-Joseph-Anthelme Martin de Gibergues † (7 Feb 1912 Appointed - 28 Dec 1919 Died)
  • Désiré-Marie-Joseph-Antelne-Martin Paget † (22 Apr 1920 Appointed - 11 Jan 1932 Died)
  • Camille Pic † (16 Aug 1932 Appointed - 25 Nov 1951 Died)
  • Joseph-Martin Urtasun † (10 Aug 1952 Appointed - 17 Sep 1955 Appointed, Coadjutor Archbishop of Avignon)
  • Charles-Marie-Paul Vignancour † (18 Dec 1957 Appointed - 6 Mar 1966 Appointed, Coadjutor Archbishop of Bourges)
  • Jean-Barthélemy-Marie de Cambourg † (6 Mar 1966 Appointed - 1 Dec 1977 Resigned)
  • Didier-Léon Marchand (8 Sep 1978 Appointed - 11 Dec 2001 Retired)
  • Jean-Christophe André Robert Lagleize (11 Dec 2001 Appointed - )

References

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External links

  • Giga-Catholic Information
  • Catholic Hierarchy


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