Ancient Diocese of Saint-Omer

Ancient Diocese of Saint-Omer

The former French Catholic diocese of Saint-Omer existed from 1559 [ [http://www.catholic-hierarchy.org/diocese/ds543.html Saint-Omer (Diocese) [Catholic-Hierarchy ] ] until the French Revolution. Its see at Saint-Omer, in the modern department of Pas-de-Calais, was created as a reaction to the destruction of the see of Thérouanne, by military action in the wars of the Emperor Charles V.

By the Concordat of 1801, the diocese of Saint-Omer was united with the diocese of Arras and the diocese of Boulogne, to form an enlarged diocese of Arras [ [http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/01752c.htm Catholic Encyclopedia: Arras ] ] .

Bishops

*Guillaume de Poitiers 1561
*Gérard de Haméricourt 1563-1577
*Jean Six 1581-1586
*Jacques de Pamele 1587
*Jean de Vernois, O.P 1591-1599
*Jacques Blaze, F.M 1600-1618 (previously bishop of Namur)
*Paul Jacques Boudot 1618-1627 (then bishop of Arras)
*Pierre Paunet, F.M 1628-1631
*Christophe de Morlet 1632-1633
*Christophe de France 1635-1656
*Ladislas Jonnart 1662-1671 (then archbishop of Cambrai)
*Jacques Théodore de Brias 1672-1675 (then archbishop of Cambrai)
*Jean Charles de Longueval 1676
*Pierre Van Den Perre 1577
*Armand-Anne-Tristan de La Baume de Suze 1677
*Louis-Alphonse de Valbelle 1677-1708 (previously bishop of Alet)
*François de Valbelle de Tourves 1708-1727
*Joseph-Alphonse de Valbelle de Tourves 1727-1754
*Pierre-Joseph de Brunes de Monlouet 1754-1765 (previously bishop of Dol)
*Louis-François-Marc-Hilaire de Conzié 1766-1769 (then bishop of Aire)
*Joachim-François-Mamert de Conzié 1769-1775 (then archbishop of Tours)
*Jean-Auguste de Chastenet de Puységur 1775-1778 (then bishop of Carcassonne)
*Alexandre-Joseph-Alexis de Bruyère de Chalabre 1778-1790 (1796)

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