ⓘ Diocese of Cingoli

                                     

ⓘ Diocese of Cingoli

The Diocese of Cingoli was a Roman Catholic diocese in Italy. It was founded in the 5th century. Nothing is heard of the diocese or of its bishops after the sixth decade of the 6th century. The time and reason for its cease is speculative. It was contained within the Papal States. The diocese was always immediately subject to the Holy See.

Efforts to revive the diocese of Cingoli was started during the reign of Pope innocent XIII, and the initiative coming from cingoli. Having received their memorial, 26 August 1721, the Pope asked the cardinal Orazio Spada his comments on each of the items referred to public Cingoli. Archbishop Giustino Fontanini prepared memory the information necessary for decision-making, it was dated 20 may 1723. Unfortunately, Pope innocent died on March 7, 1424, before the bulls can be prepared. It was the new Pope, Benedict XIII Orsini. In 1725, in virtue of the bull "Roman ekklesia" dated 19 August 1725, Pope Benedict XIII restored the diocese of Cingoli, and it aeque principaliter with the diocese of Osimo to form the diocese of Osimo e Cingoli.

United diocese of Osimo e Cingoli was without a Bishop sede vacante from February 11, 1964 September 28, 1972. On September 28, 1972, Archbishop Carlo Maccari in Ancona and Numana was appointed Bishop of Osimo, Cingoli is not mentioned. Cingoli was governed by four successive Apostolic administrators appointed by the Pope: Silvio Cassullo 1964-1968, Aurelio Sabattani 1968-1969, Ersilio Tonini 1969-1975, Vittorio Cecchi 1975-1976.

Francesco Tarcisio Carboni 1976-1986 was appointed Bishop of Macerata e Tolentino, Recanati, Cingoli, e Troy on 11 Feb 1976. He died 20 November 1995.

On March 19, 1984 on recommendation of the Conference of bishops of the Church of the province of Picenum, on behalf of the Episcopal conference of the Roman Curia, diocese of Cingoli was expanded with the addition of five parishes belonging to the diocese of Camerino.

Diocese of Macerata e Tolentino, Recanati, Cingoli, e Troy, in its current configuration was established in accordance with Italian civil law, which was embodied in the concordat between the Vatican and the Italian Republic of 18 February 1984. After extensive consultations, the Pope John Paul II decreed that the status of the Bishop of governors of a number of dioceses aeque personaliter was abolished, and that of the diocese of Macerata-Tolentino was merged with the diocese of Osimo e cingoli, the diocese of Recanati and the diocese of San Severino, Treia, to form a single diocese, albeit with a long name. The changes were embodied in a decree of the Sacred congregation of bishops in the Roman Curia, adopted on 30 September 1986. The seat of the joint diocese was to be in Macerata. All the churches, except for Macerata was to have the status of a Cathedral. The diocesan offices of the Curia was to be in Macerata, as the diocesan court the diocesan Seminary, Board of advisors, the priests of the Council, unless otherwise stated Bishop.

                                     
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  • The Diocese of Osimo was a Roman Catholic diocese in Italy. It was founded in the seventh century and in 1725 merged with the Diocese of Cingoli to form
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  • seat of the bishops of Cingoli from 1725, it has been since 1986 one of the co - cathedrals in the Diocese of Macerata - Tolentino - Recanati - Cingoli - Treia
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  • Bishop of Macerata e Tolentino 1642 1659 Papirio Silvestri was born in Cingoli Italy in 1592. On 14 July 1642, he was appointed during the papacy of Pope
  • prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. Fusi Pecci was born in Cingoli Italy, and was ordained a priest on 19 December 1942. He was appointed Bishop of the
  • Cingoli the Diocese of Recanati and the diocese of Treia to form a single diocese albeit with a long name. The changes were embodied in a decree of
  • 1871 1 Jun 1888 Appointed Bishop of Osimo e Cingoli Carlo Bertuzzi 11 Feb 1889 18 Mar 1895 Appointed Bishop of Foligno Bonaventura Quintarelli 18
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