ⓘ Roman Catholic Diocese of Bova

                                     

ⓘ Roman Catholic Diocese of Bova

Erected: 7th Century Latin name: Bovensis Metropolitan: Archdiocese of Reggio Calabria

  • Giovanni Dominici, O.P. 1412–1419 Died.
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  • Sante 1435–1441 Resigned. (Сантэ 1435-1441 В Отставку)
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  • Bernardino dAragona 1657–1669 Died.
  • Bartolomeo Corsini 1587–1590 Died.
  • Domenico de Marzano 1735–1752 Died.
  • Pasquale Taccone 1849–1850 Confirmed, Bishop of Teramo.
  • Raffaele Rossi 1895–1899 Appointed, Archbishop of Acerenza e Matera.
  • Domenico Pugliatti 1900–1914 Died.
  • Francesco Antonio Gaudiosi, O.P. 1699–1714 Died.
  • Raffaele Ferrigno 1851–1856 Confirmed, Archbishop of Brindisi.
  • Giovanni Corcione 1824–1830 Died.
  • Giovanni Ferro, C.R.S. 1950–1960 Resigned.
  • Antonio Piterà 1871–1876 Resigned.
  • Vincenzo Rozzolino 1835–1849 Confirmed, Bishop of Caserta.
  • Stefano Moràbito 1752–1764 Resigned.
  • Nicola-Maria Laudisio, C.SS.R. 1819–1824 Confirmed, Bishop of Policastro.
  • Marco Antonio Contestabile 1669–1699 Died.
  • Giuseppe Martini 1792–1802 Died.
  • Dalmazio dAndrea, O.F.M. Cap. 1856–1870 Died.
  • Tommaso Giosafat Melina 1731–1735 Died).
  • Giuseppe Maria Giove, O.F.M. Ref. 1832–1834 Confirmed, Bishop of Gallipoli.
  • Giovanni Ferro, C.R.S. 1973–1977 Retired.
  • Giovanni Camerota 1592–1622 Died.
  • Fabio Olivadisi 1627–1646 Appointed, Bishop of Catanzaro.
  • Martino Megali 1646–1656 Died.
  • Giuseppe Lenotti 1960–1962 Appointed, Bishop of Foggia.
  • Aureliano Sorrentino 1962–1966 Appointed, Bishop of Potenza e Marsico Nuovo.
  • Marcello Franci 1577–. (Франси Марчелло 1577–)
  • Enrico Montalbetti, Obs. S.C. 1941–1943 Died.
  • Nicola de Simone 1877–1895 Died.
  • Giuseppe Barone 1729–1731 Appointed, Bishop of Marsi.
  • Giuseppe Cognata, S.D.B. 1933–1940 Resigned.
  • Paolo Albera 1915–1921 Resigned.
  • Antonio Spedalieri 1764–1791 Died.
  • Andrea Taccone 1923–1929 Appointed, Bishop of Ruvo e Bitonto.
  • Antonio Lanza 1943–1950 Died.
  • Nicola Maria Madaffari 2 May 1622–1627 Died.
  • Paolo Stabile, O.M. 1718–1729 Died.
  • Aureliano Sorrentino 1977–1986 Appointed, Archbishop of Reggio Calabria-Bova.
                                     
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