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Military Ordinariate of

Ordinariato Castrense de Portugal

Portugal Portugal

Continent: West Europe

Rite: Roman (Latin)

Type: Military Ordinariate

Statistics: 39 parishes, 39 priests (35 diocesan, 4 religious), 4 lay religious (4 brothers) (2013)

Immediately subject to the Holy See

Depends on: Congregation for Bishops

Patron Saint: Nossa Senhora do Carmo

Address: Capelania-Mor, Avenida Ilha da Madeira 1, 1400-204 Lisboa CODEX, Portugal

Website: Link

History


Special Churches


Present Prelates

Military Ordinary (2018.10.27 – ...):Bishop Rui Manuel Sousa Valério, S.M.M. (55)Bishop Rui Manuel Sousa Valério, S.M.M. (55)

Ordinaries

Military Ordinaries of Ordinariato Castrense de Portugal (Roman Rite)

Bishop Rui Manuel Sousa Valério, S.M.M. (55)Bishop Rui Manuel Sousa Valério, S.M.M. (55)Permalink
(2018.10.27 – ...)

Military Ordinary of Portugal (Portugal)

Born:1964.12.24 (Vila Nova de Ourém, Portugal)
Ordained Priest:1991.03.23
Consecrated Bishop:2018.11.25

Military Ordinary of Portugal (Portugal) (2018.10.27 – ...)

Bishop Manuel da Silva Rodrigues Linda (64)Bishop Manuel da Silva Rodrigues Linda (64)Permalink
(2013.10.10 – 2018.03.15)

Bishop of Porto (Portugal)

Sede alegres na esperança

Born:1956.04.05 (Portugal)
Ordained Priest:1981.06.10
Consecrated Bishop:2009.09.20

Titular Bishop of Casæ medianæ (2009.06.27 – 2013.10.10)

Auxiliary Bishop of Braga (Portugal) (2009.06.27 – 2013.10.10)

Military Ordinary of Portugal (Portugal) (2013.10.10 – 2018.03.15)

Bishop of Porto (Portugal) (2018.03.15 – ...)

Bishop Januário Torgal Mendes Ferreira (82)Bishop Januário Torgal Mendes Ferreira (82)Permalink
(2001.05.03 – 2013.10.10)

Military Ordinary emeritus of Portugal (Portugal)

Born:1938.02.26 (Portugal)
Ordained Priest:1960.10.15
Consecrated Bishop:1989.07.15

Titular Bishop of Gaudiaba (1989.04.22 – 2001.05.03)

Auxiliary Bishop of the Military Ordinariate of Portugal (Portugal) (1989.04.22 – 2001.05.03)

Military Ordinary of Portugal (Portugal) (2001.05.03 – 2013.10.10)

Cardinal António RibeiroPermalink
(1986.07.21 – 1998.03.24)

Ex fide in fidem

Born:1928.05.21 (Pereira, Portugal)
Ordained Priest:1953.07.05
Consecrated Bishop:1967.09.17
Created Cardinal:1973.03.05
Died:1998.03.24 (Lisboa, Portugal † 69)

Auxiliary Bishop of Braga (Portugal) (1967.07.03 – 1969.06.06)

Titular Bishop of Tigillava (1967.07.03 – 1971.05.10)

Auxiliary Bishop of Lisboa (Portugal) (1969.06.06 – 1971.05.10)

Patriarch of Lisboa (Portugal) (1971.05.10 – 1998.03.24)

Military Vicar of Portugal (Portugal) (1972.01.24 – 1986.07.21)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Antonio da Padova in Via Merulana (1973.03.05 – 1998.03.24)

President of Episcopal Conference of Portugal (1975 – 1981)

Military Ordinary of Portugal (Portugal) (1986.07.21 – 1998.03.24)

President of Episcopal Conference of Portugal (1987 – 1993)

Military Vicars of Portugal (Roman Rite)

Cardinal António RibeiroPermalink
(1972.01.24 – 1986.07.21)

(see above)

Cardinal Manuel Gonçalves CerejeiraPermalink
(1966 – 1972)

Adveniat regnum tuum

Born:1888.11.29 (Serra, Portugal)
Ordained Priest:1911.04.01
Consecrated Bishop:1928.06.17
Created Cardinal:1929.12.16
Died:1977.08.02 (Lisboa, Portugal † 88)

Titular Archbishop of Mitylene (1928.03.28 – 1929.11.28)

Auxiliary Bishop of Lisboa (Portugal) (1928.03.28 – 1929.11.28)

Patriarch of Lisboa (Portugal) (1929.11.28 – 1971.05.10)

Cardinal-Priest of Ss. Marcellino e Pietro (1929.12.19 – 1977.08.02)

President of Episcopal Conference of Portugal (1958 – 1972)

Protopriest of Sacred College of Cardinals (1961.08.06 – 1977.08.02)

Military Vicar of Portugal (Portugal) (1966 – 1972)

Former Prelates


as of 2020.06.16

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