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Diocese of

Três Lagoas

Brazil Brazil

Continent: South America

Rite: Roman (Latin)

Type: Diocese

Area: 59,876 km²

Population: 196,200 Catholics (72.2% of 271,899 total) (2015)

Ecclesiastical Province: Campo Grande

Neighbouring Dioceses: Naviraí (↙), Campo Grande (←), Coxim (↖), Jataí (↑), Ituiutaba (↗), Jales (↗), Araçatuba (→), Marília (↘), Presidente Prudente (↓)

Depends on: Congregation for Bishops

Statistics: 15 parishes, 1 mission, 20 priests (11 diocesan, 9 religious), 11 deacons, 55 lay religious (14 brothers, 41 sisters), 6 seminarians (2015)

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History


Special Churches

Naviraí (↙), Campo Grande (←), Coxim (↖), Jataí (↑), Ituiutaba (↗), Jales (↗), Araçatuba (→), Marília (↘), Presidente Prudente (↓)

Present Prelates

Bishop (2015.02.25 – ...):Bishop Luiz Gonçalves Knupp (50)Bishop Luiz Gonçalves Knupp (50)

Ordinaries

Bishops of Três Lagoas (Roman Rite)

Bishop Luiz Gonçalves Knupp (50)Bishop Luiz Gonçalves Knupp (50)Permalink
(2015.02.25 – ...)

Bishop of Três Lagoas (Brazil)

Eu vim para que todos tenham vida

Born:1967.11.29 (Brazil)
Ordained Priest:1999.04.24
Consecrated Bishop:2015.04.24

Bishop of Três Lagoas (Brazil) (2015.02.25 – ...)

Bishop José Moreira Bastos NetoPermalink
(2009.01.07 – 2014.04.26)

E tomou-me para o seu serviço

Born:1953.01.25 (Brazil)
Ordained Priest:1979.10.28
Consecrated Bishop:2009.04.19
Died:2014.04.26 († 61)

Bishop of Três Lagoas (Brazil) (2009.01.07 – 2014.04.26)

Bishop Izidoro Kosinski, C.M.Permalink
(1981.05.08 – 2009.01.07)

Evangelizar os pobres

Born:1932.04.01 (Brazil)
Ordained Priest:1957.12.21
Consecrated Bishop:1981.07.24
Died:2017.09.15 († 85)

Bishop of Três Lagoas (Brazil) (1981.05.08 – 2009.01.07)

Bishop Geraldo Majela Reis (later Archbishop)Permalink
(1978.01.03 – 1981.02.03)

Trabalhar para a tua messe

Born:1924.08.28 (Brazil)
Ordained Priest:1949.11.27
Consecrated Bishop:1978.03.30
Died:2004.05.27 († 79)

Bishop of Três Lagoas (Brazil) (1978.01.03 – 1981.02.03)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Diamantina (Brazil) (1981.02.03 – 1997.05.14)


as of 2018.11.07

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