Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Przemyśl


Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Przemyśl

Infobox Diocese| jurisdiction=Archdiocese
name= Przemyśl
latin=Archidioecesis Premisliensis Latinorum
country= Poland
rite=Latin Rite
cathedral = Bazylika Archikatedralna Wniebowzięcia Najświętszej
Marii Panny i św. Jana Chrzciciela
("Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption
of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. John the Baptist")
cocathedral =
area= 9,750
population= 780,000
population_as_of= 2004
catholics= 763,352
catholics_percent= 97.9
bishop= Józef Michalik
coadjutor =
auxiliary_bishops = Marian Rojek
& Adam Szal

The Archdiocese of Przemyśl {Latin: " Premisliensis Latinorum"} is an archdiocese located in the city of Przemyśl in Poland.

History

* April 13, 1375: Established as Diocese of Przemyśl
* March 25, 1992: Promoted as Metropolitan Archdiocese of Przemyśl

pecial Churches

*Minor Basillicas:
** Bazylika Panny Marii (Bazylika MB Bolesnej oo. Dominikanów), Jarosław
** Bazylika pw. Ducha Świętego, Przeworsk
** Bazylika pw. Trójcy Przenajświętszej, Krosno
** Bazylika pw. Trójcy Przenajświętszej, Leżajsk
** Bazylika pw. Wniebowzięcia Najświętszej Marii Panny, Stara Wieś

Leadership

* Archbishops of Przemyśl (Roman rite)
** Archbishop Józef Michalik (since 1993.04.17)
** Archbishop Ignacy Tokarczuk (1992.03.25 – 1993.04.17)
* Bishops of Przemyśl (Roman rite)
** Archbishop Ignacy Tokarczuk (1965.12.03 – 1992.03.25)
** Bishop Franciszek Barda (1933.11.25 – 1964.11.13)
** Bishop Anatol Novak (1924.09.30 – 1933.04.05)
** Bishop Józef Sebastian Pelczar (1900.12.17 – 1924.03.28)
** Bishop Luca Solecki (1882.03.27 – ?)
** Bishop Mattia Hirschler (1870.06.27 – 1881)
** Bishop Adam Jasinski (1860.03.23 – 1862.03.03)
** Archbishop Francesco Saverio Wierzchleyski (1846.07.27 – 1860.03.23)
** Bishop Józef Tadeusz Kierski (1768 – 1783)
** Bishop Andrzej Mikolaj Stanislaw Kostka Mlodziejowski (1767.02.02 – ?)
** Bishop Walenty Franciszek Wężyk (1765 – 1766)
** Archbishop Wacław Hieronim Sierakowski (1742.05.25 – 1760.07.21)
** Bishop Waclaw Hieronim Sierakowski (1741 – 1760)
** Bishop Alexander Antoni Pleszowice Fredro (1724 – 1734)
** Bishop Krzysztof Andrzej Jan Szembek (1719.03.15 – 1724.09.11)
** Bishop Jan Kazimierz de Alten Bokum (1701.07.18 – 1719.07.30)
** Bishop Jan Stanisław Zbaski (1677.10.11 – 1688.12.06)
** Bishop Piotr Gembicki (1637 – ?)
** Bishop Andrzej Szołdrski (1635.08.14 – 1636.07.21)
** Archbishop Jan Wężyk (1619 – 1627)
** Archbishop Wojciech Baranowski (1585 – 1591)

uffragan Dioceses

* Rzeszów
* Zamość-Lubaczów

ee also

*Roman Catholicism in Poland

ource

* [http://www.gcatholic.com/dioceses/diocese/prze0.htm Giga-Catholic Information]
* [http://www.catholic-hierarchy.org/diocese/dprze.html Catholic Hierarchy]
* [http://www.przemysl.opoka.org.pl/ Diocese website]


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