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Church Officials
Name
Tenure
Albano, Cardinal-Bishops of - see Vatican
Aosta, Diocese of (Piedmont)
Erected 4th century
Bishops of Aosta
994–1025† 
Anselmid (254)
1022–36; †1068
Savoy (254)
Suppressed 1803
Restored 1817
Franco Lovignana
2011–
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Asti, Diocese of (Piedmont)
Bishops of Asti
Erected 3rd century
c1073–1102†
Savoy (254)
Antonio Trivulzio
1499–1508; †1519
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Albertino della Rovere
1508–13†
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Bagnoregio (Bagnorea), Diocese of (Lazio)
Bishops of Bagnorea
Erected 6th century
Vincenzo degli Atti
1695–96; †1715
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1698–1705†
Nardi (2231)
Onofrio Elisei
1705–21; †1733
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►To Diocese of Viterbo 1986
Castello, Diocese of (Venice)
Diocese of Olivolo Erected 774
Bishops of Olivolo
†802
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Name changed to Diocese of Castello 1091
Bishops of Castello
To Patriarchate of Venice 1451
Chieti-Vasto, Archdiocese of (Abruzzo)
►Diocese of Chieti erected 6th century
Bishops of Chieti
†>1115
Hauteville (134)
Guillaume de Capodiferro
1340–52†
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Bartolomeo Carbone de Papazurri
1353–63; †1365
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Vitale da Bologna
1363–73†
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Felice Trofino
1524–26; †1527
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Elevated to archiocese 1526
Archbishops of Chieti
Felice Trofino
1526–27†
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Name changed to Archdiocese of Chieti-Vasto 1986
Archbishops of Chieti-Vasto
Bruno Forte
2004–; *1919
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Chiusi, Diocese of (Tuscany)
Erected 3rd century
►To Diocese of Chiusi and Pienza
Chiusi and Pienza, Diocese of (Tuscany)
►Established with union of Diocese of Chiusi and Diocese of Pienza 1772
►To Diocese of Montepulciano-Chiusi-Pienza 1986
Città della Pieve, Diocese of (Umbria)
►Erected 1600
►To Archdiocese of Perugia-Citta della Pieve 1986
Colle di Val d’Elsa, Diocese of (Tuscany)
Erected 1592 century
To Archdiocese of Siena-Colle di Val d’Elsa-Montalcino 1986
Como, Diocese of (Lombardy)
Erected 4th century
Bishops of Como
Feliciano Ninguarda
1588–95†
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1735–39†
Simonetta (5499)
Fiesole, Diocese of (Tuscany)
Erected 1st century
Bishops of Fiesole
Lorenzo Frescobaldi
1871–74†
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Vicars-General of Fiesole
1808–15; †1855
Mancini (475.2)
Foligno, Diocese of (Umbria)
Erected 1st century
Bishops of Foligno
1606–12†
Simonetta (5499)
Grado, Patriarchate of (Veneto)
Erected 570
Patriarchs of Grado
Egidio da Ferrara
1296–1311; †1322
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Marc Condulmer
1438–44
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Suppressed 1451
To Patriarchate of Venice 1451
Lodi, Diocese of (Lombardy)
Erected 4th century
Bishops of Lodi
1536–37 res; †1539
Simonetta (5499)
1537–57†
Simonetta (5499)
Massa Marittima-Piombino, Diocese of (Tuscany)
Erected 5th century
Suppressed 1451
Bishops of Massa Marittima
1818; †1855
Mancini (475.2)
Name changed to Diocese of Massa Marittima-Piombino 1978
Montalcino, Diocese of (Tuscany)
Established from separation of Diocese of Pienza and Montalcino 1528
To Archdiocese of Siena-Colle di Val d’Elsa-Montalcino 1986
Montepulciano, Diocese of (Tuscany)
►Erected 1561
►To Diocese of Montepulciano-Chiusi-Pienza 1986
Montepulciano-Chiusi-Pienza, Diocese of (Tuscany)
►Established with union of Diocese of Montepulciano and Diocese of Chiusi e Pienza 1986
Ostia, Suburbicarian See and Cardinal's Titular Church of - see Vatican
Perugia, Archdiocese of (Umbria)
Diocese erected 2nd century
Bishops of Perugia
1536–37 res; †1539
Simonetta (5499)
Francesco Simonetta
1539–50†
Simonetta (5499)
Elevated to archdiocese 1882
►To Archdiocese of Perugia-Citta della Pieve 1986
Perugia-Città della Pieve, Archdiocese of (Umbria)
►Established with union of Archdiocese of Perugia and Diocese of Città della Pieve 1986
Pesaro, Archdiocese of (Marche)
►Erected 3rd century
Bishops of Pesaro
1528–37 res; †1539
Simonetta (5499)
1537–61 res; †1568
Simonetta (5499)
1561–76†
Simonetta (5499)
Elevated to archdiocese 2000
Pienza, Diocese of (Tuscany)
Established from separation of Diocese of Pienza and Montalcino 1528
To Diocese of Chiusi e Pienza 1772
Pienza and Montalcino, Diocese of (Tuscany)
►Erected 1462
Separation of Diocese of Pienza and Diocese of Montalcino 1528
Poggio-Mirteto, Diocese of (Lazio)
►Erected 1841
To Suburbicarian See of Sabina and Poggio Mirteto 1925
Populonia, Titular See of (Tuscany)
Diocese established 5th century
Bishops of Populonia
1818; †1855
Mancini (475.2)
Titular See of Populonia 1978
Porto, Diocese of (Lazio)
►Diocese of Porto erected 3rd century
To Suburbicarian See of Porto e Santa Rufina 1119
Rome, Bishops of Rome - see the Popes
Sabina, Diocese of (Lazio)
►Diocese of Forum Novum erected 5th century
►Name changed to Vescovio 12th century
Bishops of Sabina (Vescovio)
1449–51†
Savoy (254)
►Name changed to Sabina 1521
►To Diocese of Sabina-Farfa 1841
Sabina-Farfa, Diocese of (Lazio)
►United Dioceses of Sabina and Territorial Abbey of Farfa 1841
To Suburbicarian See of Sabina and Poggio Mirteto 1925
San Lorenzo in Lucina, Cardinal's Titular Church of - see Vatican
Santa Maria in Via Lata, Cardinal's Titular Church of - see Vatican
Santa Maria Nuova, Cardinal's Titular Church of - see Vatican
Sant'Anastasia, Cardinal's Titular Church of - see Vatican
Santa Prassede, Cardinal's Titular Church of - see Vatican
Santa Rufina, Diocese of (Lazio)
Erected 6th century
To Suburbicarian See of Porto e Santa Rufina 1119
San Sisto, Cardinal's Titular Church of - see Vatican
Sant’Angelo in Pescheria, Diocese of
Erected 5th century
Bishops of Albano (titular)
Gilles de Noailles
1562–98 res; †1600

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Matthias Lang von Wellenburg, Card
1535–40†
Lang (2593)
Sant'Eustachio, Cardinal's Titular Church of - see Vatican
Santi Cosma e Damiano, Cardinal's Titular Church of - see Vatican
Segni, Diocese of (Lazio)
Erected 5th century
Bishops of Segni
Giovanni Pasolini
1606–25 res; †1629

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To Suburbicarian See of Velletri and Segni 1981
Siena, Archdiocese of (Tuscany)
Diocese of Siena erected 4th century
Elevated to archdiocese 1459
Archbishops of Siena
1824–55†
Mancini (475.2)
To Archdiocese of Siena-Colle di Val d’Elsa-Montalcino 1986
Siena-Colle di Val d’Elsa-Montalcino, Archdiocese of (Tuscany)
►United Archdiocese of Siena, Diocese of Colle di Val d’Elsa, and Diocese of Montalcino 1986
Turin, Archdiocese of (Piedmont)
Diocese of Turin erected 4th century
Bishops of Turin
1348–60†
Savoy of Achaia (254.1)
Elevated to archdiocese 1515
Velletri, Diocese of (Lazio)
Erected 5th century
To Suburbicarian See of Ostia-Velletri 1150–1914
Return to status of Diocese of Velletri 1914
To Suburbicarian See of Velletri and Segni 1981
Venice, Patriarchate of (Veneto)
Elevated from Diocese of Castello and Patriarchate of Grado 1451
Patriarchs of Venice
Jan Pyrker
1820–27; †1847

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Francesco Moraglia
2012–; *1953

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Vercelli, Archdiocese of (Piedmont)
Diocese of Turin erected 3rd century
Bishops of Vercelli

1607; †1657

Savoy (254)
Elevated to archdiocese 1817

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