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ⓘ Roman Catholic Diocese of Sansepolcro




Roman Catholic Diocese of Sansepolcro
                                     

ⓘ Roman Catholic Diocese of Sansepolcro

The Roman Catholic diocese of Sansepolcro was a Latin rite see in Tuscany, central Italy. It was erected in 1515, as the Diocese of Sansepolcro, though difficulties prevented the appointment of a bishop until 1520. On 30 September 1986, the diocese was suppressed and united with the Diocese of Arezzo and the Diocese of Cortona to form the Diocese of Arezzo-Cortona-Sansepolcro.

The diocese has always been suffragan of the Archbishop of Florence.

                                     
  • 1619 was a Roman Catholic prelate who served as Bishop of Imola 1611 1619 On 27 June 1611, Rodolfo Paleotti was appointed during the papacy of Pope Paul
  • province of Florence includes the dioceses of Arezzo - Cortona - Sansepolcro Fiesole, Pistoia, Prato, and San Miniato. The seat of the Archbishop of Florence
  • region of Tuscany, Italy. The church is part of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Arezzo - Cortona - Sansepolcro Originally solely dedicated to Santa Margherita
  • Graziani was born in 1537 in Sansepolcro Italy. On 17 Feb 1592, he was appointed during the papacy of Pope Clement VIII as Bishop of Amelia. On 25 Feb 1592
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  • Giovanni Carlo Baldovinetti, Bishop of Sansepolcro 1667 and Domenico Trucchi, Bishop of Mondovi 1667 Catholic Church in Italy Gauchat, Patritius Patrice

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