Diocese of Nona
|Theodosius||879 ||Listed by Daniele Farlati, Pius Basilius Gams, Carlo F. Bianchi, Ivan A. Gurato and the official Catholic schematisms.|
|Alfredus||c. 890 |
||c. 900–929||Gregory was the bishop of Nin and as such was under strong protection of King Tomislav. At the Synod in 925, held in Split, Gregory lost to the Archbishop of Split, he was offered the Sisak Bishopric, but he refused. After the conclusions of the first Synod Gregory complained again in 927/8 but was rejected and his Nin Bishopric was abolished, Gregory himself being sent off to the Skradin Bishopric, after which he disappears from the annals of history.|
"Juraj the Dalmatian"
|end of 15th century||He was one of the more important Catholic bishops of Croatian origin in his time. He was born in Šibenik, and was part of the known Divnić family, which settled in Šibenik in the 14th century from Skradin, and had likely settled there from Bosnia earlier. Bishop Juraj wrote Pope Alexander VI about the catastrophe right after the Battle of Krbava.|
|Horatius Belloti Venetus O. M. Conv.||1592–1602 |
|Blasius Mandevius||1602–1645 |
|Simeon Diphnicus||1646–1649 |
|Georgius Georgiceo||1649–1653 |
|Franciscus Andronicus||1653–1666 |
|Franciscus Grassi||1667–1677 |
|Ioannes Burgofortis (Giovanni Borgoforte)||1677–1687 |
|Ioannes Vusius (Giovanni Vusich)||1688–1689 |
|Georgius Parchich||1690–1703 ||On 20 April 1693, he sent a report to the Congregation that there were 5486 Roman Catholics and 7363 Orthodox Serbs in his Bishopric. In the territory of his bishopric there was also a Serbian episcope. The Roman Catholics had 21 priests, while the Orthodox had 15. Bishop Georgius said that he worked to Uniate the Orthodox, preaching for them and teaching them the faith and the true, Catholic teachings. On 1 June 1696, he mentions that thanks to his efforts the population of the village of Poločnik denounced the "Schismatic wrongs" – the Orthodox faith, and accepted the Roman faith.|
|Martinus Dragolius (Dragolovich)||1703–1708 |
|Ioannes Manola||1709–1711 |
|Antonius Rosignoli||1713–1715 |
|Nicolaus Drasich||1716–1720 |
|Bernardus Dominicus Leoni||1722–1727 |
|Ioannes Andreas Balbi||1728–1732 |
|Hieronvmus Fonda||1733–1738 |
|Ioannes Fridericus Orsini Rosa||1738–1742 |
|Thomas Nechich||1743–1754 |
|Antonius Tripcovich||1754–1771 |
- Fine, 1991, p. 254
- "Diocese of Nona (Nin)" Catholic-Hierarchy.org. David M. Cheney. Retrieved October 7, 2016
- "Titular Episcopal See of Nin" GCatholic.org. Gabriel Chow. Retrieved October 7, 2016
- Strika, 2007
- Hierarchia catholica medii aevi
- Vidović 1996, p. 537
- Zbornik radova o Šimunu Kožičiću Benji, p. 186,
Jedan od značajnih biskupa hrvatskoga roda iz toga doba bio je Juraj Divnić, Šibenčanin, iz poznate obitelji Divnića, koja se doselila u Šibenik u 14. stoljeću iz Skradina, a tamo još ranije, vjerojatno iz Bosne.3
- Vidović 1996, p. 538
- "Bishop Giorgio Giorgicci" Catholic-Hierarchy.org. David M. Cheney. Retrieved October 29, 2016
- Mile Vidović (1996). Povijest crkve u Hrvata (in Croatian). Crkva u svijetu. pp. -537-. ISBN 9789536151158.
- Hierarchia catholica medii aevi: A pontificatu Clementis PP. VIII (1592) usque ad pontificatum Alexandri PP. VII (1667).
- Hierarchia catholica medii aevi: 1667-1730.
- Zvjezdan Strika (December 2007). ""Catalogus episcoporum ecclesiae Nonensis" zadarskog kanonika Ivana A. Gurata" ["Catalogus episcoporum ecclesiae Nonensis" of the Zadar Canon Ivan A. Gurato]. Radovi / Institute for Historical Sciences of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Zadar (in Croatian) (49).
- Fine, John Van Antwerp (1991). The Early Medieval Balkans: A Critical Survey from the Sixth to the Late Twelfth Century. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. ISBN 978-0-472-08149-3.
- "Diocese of Nona (Nin) - Dioecesis Nonensis - Suppressed". David M. Cheney, Catholic-Hierarchy. Retrieved 2012-08-22.