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Diocese of

Catanduva

Brazil Brazil

Continent: South America

Rite: Roman (Latin)

Type: Diocese Diocese

Name: Catanduva / Catanduven(sis) (Latin)

Ecclesiastical Province: Ribeirão Preto

Depends on: Dicastery for Bishops

Special Churches

Churches by City (34)

Lins (↙), São José do Rio Preto (↖), Barretos (↗), Jaboticabal (→), São Carlos (↘)

Present Prelates

Bishop (2019.07.10 – ...):Bishop Valdir Mamede (61)Bishop Valdir Mamede (61)

Ordinaries

Bishops of Catanduva (Roman Rite)

Bishop Valdir Mamede (61)Bishop Valdir Mamede (61)Permalink
(2019.07.10 – ...)

Bishop of Catanduva (Brazil)

Ut vitam habeant

Born:1961.07.21 (Silvianópolis, MG, Brazil)
Ordained Priest:1988.05.21
Consecrated Bishop:2013.03.16

Titular Bishop of Naissus (2013.02.06 – 2019.07.10)

Auxiliary Bishop of Brasília (Brazil) (2013.02.06 – 2019.07.10)

Bishop of Catanduva (Brazil) (2019.07.10 – ...)

Twitter FeedArchbishop Eduardo Benes de Sales Rodrigues (81)Archbishop Eduardo Benes de Sales Rodrigues (81)Permalink
(Apostolic Administrator 2018.10.10 – 2019.07.10)

Bishop Otacílio Luziano Da Silva (67)Bishop Otacílio Luziano Da Silva (67)Permalink
(2009.10.21 – 2018.10.10)

Bishop emeritus of Catanduva (Brazil)

Revesti-vos da caridade

Born:1954.10.31 (Maracaí, SP, Brazil)
Ordained Priest:1987.12.06
Consecrated Bishop:2009.12.30

Bishop of Catanduva (Brazil) (2009.10.21 – 2018.10.10)

Bishop Antônio Celso Queiroz (88)Bishop Antônio Celso Queiroz (88)Permalink
(2000.02.09 – 2009.10.21)

Bishop emeritus of Catanduva (Brazil)

Amou até o fim

Born:1933.11.24 (Pirassununga, SP, Brazil)
Ordained Priest:1960.04.17
Consecrated Bishop:1975.12.14

Titular Bishop of Saetabis (1975.10.10 – 2000.02.09)

Auxiliary Bishop of São Paulo (Brazil) (1975.10.10 – 2000.02.09)

General Secretary of National Conference of Bishops of Brazil (1987 – 1995)

Bishop of Catanduva (Brazil) (2000.02.09 – 2009.10.21)

Vice-President of National Conference of Bishops of Brazil (2003 – 2007)

Contact Info

Website: Link

Statistics

Area: 4,601 km²

Population: 215,729 Catholics (68.8% of 313,635 total) (2020)

Statistics: 33 parishes, 58 missions, 46 priests (42 diocesan, 4 religious), 1 deacon, 17 lay religious (5 brothers, 12 sisters), 9 seminarians (2020)

History

Last updated on 2022.09.23

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