Former Diocese of

Alès

France France

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Continent: West Europe

Rite: Roman (Latin)

Type: Diocese Diocese

Name: Alès (français) / Alais (français) / Alesien(sis) (Latin)

United to: Nîmes

Celebrations

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History

Past Ordinaries

Bishops of Alès (Roman Rite)

Bishop Louis-François de Bausset-Roquefort (later Cardinal)
(1784.06.25 – 1801.09.22)

Born:1748.12.03 (Pondichéry, India)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:1784.07.18
Created Cardinal:1817.07.28
Died:1824.06.21 (Paris, France † 75)

Bishop of Alès (France) ([1784.02.23] 1784.06.25 – 1801.09.22)

Cardinal-Priest with no Title assigned (1817.07.28 – 1824.06.21)

Bishop Pierre-Marie-Madeleine Cortois de Balore
(1776.05.20 – 1784.06.25)

Died:1812.10.19

Bishop of Alès (France) (1776.05.20 – 1784.06.25)

Bishop of Nîmes (France) (1784.06.25 – 1812.10.19)

Bishop Jean-Louis du Buisson de Beauteville
(1756.02.16 – 1776.03.25)

Died:1776.03.25

Bishop of Alès (France) (1756.02.16 – 1776.03.25)

Bishop Louis-François de Vivet de Montclus
(1744.12.18 – 1755.07.21)

Born:1687 (France)
Consecrated Bishop:1728.05.09
Died:1755.07.21 († 67)

Bishop of Saint-Brieuc (France) ([1727.10.20] 1728.03.08 – 1744.12.18)

Bishop of Alès (France) ([1744.09.13] 1744.12.18 – 1755.07.21)

Bishop Charles de Bannes d’Avejan
(1721.06.16 – 1744.05.23)

Died:1744.05.23

Bishop of Alès (France) (1721.06.16 – 1744.05.23)

Bishop Jean-François-Gabriel de Hénin-Liétard (later Archbishop)
(1713.04.28 – 1719.11.01)

Died:1724.04.26

Bishop of Alès (France) (1713.04.28 – 1719.11.01)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Embrun (France) (1719.11.01 – 1724.04.26)

Bishop François Chevalier de Saulx
(1694.05.17 – 1712.10)

Died:1712.10

Bishop of Alès (France) (1694.05.17 – 1712.10)

Last updated on 2023.11.30

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