Diocèse de Viseu

Diocèse de Viseu
Siège du diocèse

Le diocèse de Viseu (Dioecesis Visensis) est une circonscription ecclésiastique de l'Église catholique au Portugal. Son siège se situe dans la ville de Viseu. Créé au VIe siècle, le diocèse est initialement suffragant de l'ancien archevêché de Mérida (Emeritensis Augustanus) [1] à l'époque en Lusitanie, integré depuis dans l’archevêché de Mérida-Badajoz [2] en Extremadure. Depuis 1119 il est suffragant de l'archidiocèse de Braga[3].

Notes et références

  1. catholic-hierarchy.org
  2. Archidioecesis Emeritensis Augustanus-Pacensis voir [1]
  3. Note sur l'histoire du diocèse sur le site officiel

Annexes

Liens externes


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Contenu soumis à la licence CC-BY-SA. Source : Article Diocèse de Viseu de Wikipédia en français (auteurs)

Regardez d'autres dictionnaires:

  • Roman Catholic Diocese of Viseu — The Portuguese Catholic diocese of Viseu (Latin: Dioecesis Visensis) is a suffragan of the archdiocese of Braga.[1] Its see at Viseu is in the Centro Region. The current bishop is Ilídio Pinto Leandro. History The see at Viseu dates from the… …   Wikipedia

  • Viseu Cathedral — is the bishopric seat of the city of Viseu, in Portugal. The church started being built in the 12th century and is the most important historical monument of the town. It is currently a mix of architectural styles, specially from the Manueline,… …   Wikipedia

  • Roman Catholic Diocese of Guarda, Portugal — Diocese of Guarda Dioecesis Aegitaniensis Location Country Portugal Metropolitan Lisbon …   Wikipedia

  • Roman Catholic Diocese of Aveiro — Cathedral of Aveiro The Portuguese Roman Catholic Diocese of Aveiro (Latin: Dioecesis Aveirensis) has existed since 1938. In that year it was formed as territories taken from the historical diocese of Coimbra, diocese of Porto and diocese of… …   Wikipedia

  • Roman Catholic Diocese of Porto, Portugal — The Portuguese Roman Catholic diocese of Porto (Latin: Dioecesis Portugallensis) (Oporto) is a suffragan of the archdiocese of Braga. Its see at Porto is in the Norte region, and the second largest city in Portugal.[1] Contents 1 History 2… …   Wikipedia

  • Roman Catholic Diocese of Ceuta — The Catholic diocese of Ceuta, first Portuguese and afterwards Spanish, existed from 1417 to 1879. It was a suffragan of the Patriarchate of Lisbon until 1675, with the end of the Iberian Union, when Ceuta choose to remain linked to the king of… …   Wikipedia

  • Roman Catholic Diocese of Coimbra — The Diocese of Coimbra (Latin: Dioecesis Conimbricensis) is a Roman Catholic diocese in Coimbra, Portugal.[1] It is a suffragan of the Archdiocese of Braga.[2] History The first known bishop was Lucentius, who assisted (563) at the first council… …   Wikipedia

  • Roman Catholic Diocese of Lamego — The Diocese of Lamego (Latin: Dioecesis Lamacensis) is a Roman Catholic diocese in Portugal.[1][2] References ^ Diocese of Lamego . Catholic Hierarchy …   Wikipedia

  • Roman Catholic Diocese of Funchal — Coordinates: 32°38′54″N 16°54′30″W / 32.648333°N 16.908333°W / 32.648333; 16.908333 …   Wikipedia

  • Roman Catholic Diocese of Portalegre-Castelo Branco — The Roman Catholic Diocese of Portalegre–Castelo Branco (Latin: Dioecesis Portalegrensis–Castri Albi) has carried this name since 1956, when the historical diocese of Portalegre was renamed. It is a suffragan of the archdiocese of Lisbon.[1]… …   Wikipedia

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”