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ⓘ Molfetta Cathedral




Molfetta Cathedral
                                     

ⓘ Molfetta Cathedral

Molfetta Cathedral, otherwise the Church of the Assumption and of Saint Ignatius Loyola, is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Molfetta, dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and Saint Ignatius Loyola. Originally a Jesuit church, it became the seat of the bishops of Molfetta in the late 18th century. Since 1986 it has been the episcopal seat of the Diocese of Molfetta-Ruvo-Giovinazzo-Terlizzi.

                                     
  • M.C. Gaetano Valente, Feudalesimo e feudatari Terlizzi nel Settecento, Molfetta Mezzina, 2004. Francesco Paolo De Ceglia 2007 Scienziati di Puglia:
  • P Q MEDIOL OPTIMO PRINCIPI. Modica, Italy, SPQM is on the coat of arms Molfetta Italy, SPQM is on the coat of arms Naples, Italy, Coins struck during
  • of the Apostolic Signature. Casoria taught at the seminary of Potenza - Molfetta 1934 - 1937 before being called to the Roman Curia as an official of the
  • Immacolata. Other works can be found in Velletri, Bari, Frascati, Teramo, Molfetta Firenze, Chieti, Gaeta, Formia, Tarquinia, San Benedetto del Tronto. Particularly
  • Pope Pius XII. A native of Andria, Ursi was Rector of the seminary at Molfetta He was named Bishop of Nardo by Pope Pius XII on 31 July 1951. On 30 November
  • The Italian Catholic diocese of Andria is in Apulia, seated at Andria Cathedral which is built over a church dedicated to St. Peter, about ten miles southwest
  • Nov 1999 Appointed, Archbishop of Trani - Barletta - Bisceglie Felice di Molfetta 29 Apr 2000 1 Oct 2015 Retired Luigi Renna 1 Oct 2015 Diocese

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