Alba Marittima
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Alba Marittima

Alba Maritima (Italian: Alba Marittima) is a Catholic titular see. It corresponds to current Biograd na Moru in Croatia.[1] Its last titular was archbishop Celso Morga Iruzubieta, until he was appointed as coadjutor archbishop of Mérida-Badajoz.

History

The titular see refers to the diocese of Zaravecchia (Biograd), and it is also known with the name of Alba Marittima,[2] in Dalmatia, built in the 11th century; when the city was destroyed bishops moved their titular see to Scardona.

From the 20th century Alba Marittima has been restored as full Titular see; Current titular bishop is Augusto Paolo Lojudice, Auxiliary bishop of Rome.

Cronotassi dei vescovi titolari

  • Dominik Premu? + (26 febbraio 1915 - 27 marzo 1934 deceduto)[3]

Titular bishops and archbishops

  • Matthaeus Berniacovich, O.F.M. + (20 December 1675 - 10 January 1707 )
  • Lucas Natale + (24 January 1709 Appointed - 19 January 1720 Died)
  • Anton von Thurn und Valsassina + (23 December 1729 - 2 March 1733)
  • Sandor Bodonyi + (17 November 1806 - 1812 Died)
  • Michael Johann Wagner + (27 April 1833 - 1 February 1836 )
  • Giovanni Battista Krapàc + (20 January 1904 - 24 May 1910 )
  • Dominik Premus + (26 February 1915 - 27 March 1934 Died)
  • Frederick Hall, M.H.M. + (9 April 1948 - 25 March 1953 )
  • François-Marie Picaud + (5 August 1954 - 29 March 1960 Died)
  • Ignacy Ludwik Je? + (20 April 1960 - 28 June 1972 )
  • Francesco Monterisi (24 December 1982 - 20 November 2010)
  • Celso Morga Iruzubieta (29 December 2010 - 8 October 2014)

Notes

  1. ^ Titular Sees ('A')
  2. ^ Often in historical reference this titular see has been confused with the historical see of Belgrad (Beograd), known from 1290 to 1740 also as Alba Graeca, Alba Bulgarica, or Nandoralba.
  3. ^ In the nomination act, the Acta Apostolicae Sedis refer the see as Bellogradensis et Semendriensis graeci ritus; while, reporting the death of the bishop in 1934,the same documents refer his titular see as Belgrad on the sea thus Alba Maritima.

Sources

  • "diocese/d2a68". Catholic-Hierarchy.org. David M. Cheney.
  • Diocese at www.gcatholic.org

Coordinates: 43°56?17?N 15°26?28?E / 43.9380°N 15.4410°E / 43.9380; 15.4410


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