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Diocese of

Frascati

Italy Italy

Continent: West Europe

Rite: Roman (Latin)

Type: Diocese, Suburbicarian See

Area: 220 km²

Population: 120,850 Catholics (73.4% of 164,755 total) (2018)

Statistics: 24 parishes, 83 priests (26 diocesan, 57 religious), 3 deacons, 534 lay religious (113 brothers, 421 sisters) (2018)

Ecclesiastical Province: Roma

Neighbouring Dioceses: Albano (↙), Roma (↖), Palestrina (→), Velletri–Segni (↓), Santa Maria di Grottaferrata (☉)

Depends on: Congregation for Bishops

Patron Saint: Saint Philip and Saint James Minor (May 3), S. Rocco (August 16)

Cathedral Dedication Anniversary: May 4 (1681)

Liturgical Calendar 📅

Address: Piazza Paolo III 10, 00044 Frascati, Italy

Phone: 06 9420467

Website: Link

History

Papal Visits


Special Churches

All Churches (28)

Albano (↙), Roma (↖), Palestrina (→), Velletri–Segni (↓), Santa Maria di Grottaferrata (☉)

Present Prelates

Bishop (2009.07.02 – ...):Bishop Raffaello Martinelli (72)Bishop Raffaello Martinelli (72)

Ordinaries

Bishops of Frascati (Roman Rite)

Bishop Raffaello Martinelli (72)Bishop Raffaello Martinelli (72)Permalink
(2009.07.02 – ...)

Bishop of Frascati (Italy)

Veritas in humilitate

Born:1948.06.21 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:1972.04.08
Consecrated Bishop:2009.09.12

Bishop of Frascati (Italy) (2009.07.02 – ...)

Bishop Giuseppe MatarresePermalink
(1989.11.11 – 2009.07.02)

In hoc signo

Born:1934.06.03 (Andria, Italy)
Ordained Priest:1959.03.15
Consecrated Bishop:1989.12.16
Died:2020.06.27 (Frascati, Italy † 86)

Bishop of Frascati (Italy) (1989.11.11 – 2009.07.02)

Bishop Luigi LiverzaniPermalink
(1962.05.23 – 1989.11.11)

Born:1913.07.07 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:1939.07.23
Consecrated Bishop:1962.07.01
Died:1995.05.06 († 81)

Bishop of Frascati (Italy) (1962.05.23 – 1989.11.11)

Former Prelates


as of 2021.04.16

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