Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Oristano

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Oristano (Latin: Archidioecesis Arborensis) is a metropolitan see of the Roman Catholic Church in Sardinia, Italy. It was created in the eleventh century. Its only suffragan is the Diocese of Ales-Terralba.

Archdiocese of Oristano

Archidioecesis Arborensis
Ooristano, Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta.jpg
Location
CountryItaly
Ecclesiastical provinceOristano
Statistics
Area3,112 km2 (1,202 sq mi)
Population
- Total
- Catholics
(as of 2016)
135,000 (est.)
133,800 (est.) (99.1%)
Parishes85
Information
DenominationCatholic Church
RiteRoman Rite
Established11th century
CathedralOristano Cathedral
Secular priests99 (diocesan)
26 (Religious Orders)
5 Permanent Deacons
Current leadership
PopeFrancis
SuffragansDiocese of Ales-Terralba
Bishops emeritusPier Giuliano Tiddia, Ignazio Sanna
Website
www.diocesioristano.it

Since 2019 the Archbishop of Oristano has been Roberto Carboni.

ArchbishopsEdit

  • 1202–1223 mons. Bernardo
  • 1224–1253 mons. Torgotorio de Muru
  • 1254– mons. A...
  • 1261– mons. Torgotorio Cocco
  • 1268–1279 mons. Aleardo
  • 1280–1289 mons. Pietro
  • 1296–1299 mons. Scolay de Ardigellis
  • 1299–1301 mons. Consiglio Gatto
  • 1299– mons. Alamanno
  • 1301–1305 mons. Leonardo Aragall
  • 1306–1308 mons. Ugone
  • 1308–1312 mons. Oddone della Sala
  • 1312–1339 mons. Guido Cattaneo
  • 1340–1342 mons. Giovanni de Paperonibus
  • 1342–1346 mons. Giovanni di Cambray
  • 1342– mons. Pietro Munichi
  • 1346–1349 mons. Pietro
  • 1349–1360 mons. Nicolò
  • 1360–1363 mons. Bernardo
  • 1363–1377 mons. Ambrogio
  • 1377– mons. Enrico
  • 1382–1386 mons. Giacomo
  • 1386–1387 mons. Gonario
  • 1387–1392 mons. Leonardo De Zori
  • 1392–1396 mons. Corrado da Cloaco
  • 1396–1400 mons. Ubaldino Cambi
  • 1400–1403 mons. Mariano Fabario
  • 1403–1404 mons. Paolo Olemi
  • 1404–1406 mons. Nicola Berruto
  • 1404– mons. Bartolomeo Ghini
  • 1406–1414 mons. Bertrando Flores
  • 1414–1437 mons. Elia di Palmas
  • 1437–1450 mons. Lorenzo Squinto
  • 1450–1454 mons. Giorgio Attacco
  • 1454–1460 mons. Giacomo D'Alberale
  • 1460–1462 mons. Francesco Arnesti
  • 1462–1485 mons. Giovanni Dessì
  • 1485–1492 mons. Ferdinando Romano
  • 1492–1510 mons. Giacomo Serra
  • 1510–1517 mons. Pietro Serra De Munoz
  • 1517–1520 mons. Giovanni Briselot
  • 1520–1530 mons. Giovanni Clerc
  • 1530–1535 mons. Agostino Grimaldi
  • 1536– mons. Goffredo Pugiasson
  • 1537–1554 mons. Carlo de Alagon
  • 1554–1556 mons. Andrea Sanna
  • 1556–1565 mons. Pietro Sanna
  • 1566–1571 mons. Gerolamo Barberano
  • 1572–1574 mons. Pietro Buerba
  • 1574–1577 mons. Pietro Noarro
  • 1578–1588 mons. Francesco Figo
  • 1588–1621 mons. Antonio Canopolo
  • 1621–1627 mons. Lorenzo Nieto
  • 1627–1641 mons. Gavino Magliano
  • 1641–1657 mons. Pietro de Vico
  • 1657–1684 mons. Alfonso de Sotomajor
  • 1664–1671 mons. Bernardo Cotoner
  • 1672–1685 mons. Pietro de Alagon
  • 1685–1702 mons. Pietro de Accorrà y Figo
  • 1704–1717 mons. Francesco Masones Nin
  • 1726–1740 mons. Antonio Nin
  • 1741–1744 mons. Vincenzo Giovanni Vico Torrellas
  • 1744–1746 mons. Nicolò Maurizio Fontana
  • 1746–1772 mons. Luigi Emanuele de Carretto di Camerana
  • 1772–1776 mons. Antonio Romano Malingri
  • 1778–1782 mons. Giacomo Francesco Tommaso Astesan
  • 1784–1798 mons. Giuseppe Luigi Cusano di Sagliano
  • 1798–1812 mons. Francesco Maria Sisternes de Oblites
  • 1812–1821 mons. Giovanni Maria Azzei
  • 1828–1840 mons. Giovanni Maria Bua
  • 1842–1860 mons. Giovanni Saba
  • 1872–1878 mons. Antonio Soggiu
  • 1879–1882 mons. Bonfiglio Mura
  • 1882–1992 mons. Paolo Giuseppe Maria Serci Serra
  • 1893–1898 mons. Francesco Zunnui Casula
  • 1899–1914 mons. Salvatore Tolu
  • 1914–1920 mons. Ernesto Maria Piovella
  • 1921–1938 mons. Giorgio Maria Delrio
  • 1938–1947 mons. Giuseppe Cogoni
  • 1947–1979 mons. Sebastiano Fraghì
  • 1979–1985 mons. Francesco Spanedda
  • 1986–2006 mons. Pier Giuliano Tiddia
  • 2006–2019 mons. Ignazio Sanna
  • 2019–present Roberto Carboni[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Rinunce e Nomine, 04.05.2019" (Press release) (in Italian). Holy See Press Office. 4 May 2019. Retrieved 3 June 2019.

External linksEdit

Coordinates: 39°54′00″N 8°35′00″E / 39.9000°N 8.5833°E / 39.9000; 8.5833