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Bishop Francesco Vitagliano

Deceased

Bishop Emeritus of Nocera de’ Pagani, Italy

Titular Bishop of Hemeria


Events

DateAgeEventTitle
31 Jul 1829Born
24 Sep 185324.1Ordained PriestPriest
26 Jun 187646.9AppointedCoadjutor Bishop of Ruvo e Bitonto, Italy
26 Jun 187646.9AppointedTitular Bishop of Cydonia (Agia, Canea)
2 Jul 187646.9Ordained BishopTitular Bishop of Cydonia (Agia, Canea)
30 Mar 188252.6AppointedBishop of Nocera de’ Pagani, Italy
25 Jul 1885³55.9ResignedBishop of Nocera de’ Pagani, Italy
27 Jul 188555.9AppointedTitular Bishop of Hemeria
1887¹57.4DiedBishop Emeritus of Nocera de’ Pagani, Italy

Note(s): ¹ Year Uncertain ; ³ Day Uncertain

MicroData Summary for Francesco Vitagliano
Bishop Francesco Vitagliano (born , died 1887) Bishop Emeritus of Nocera de’ Pagani

EventPlace
Birth PlaceNapoli, Archdiocese of Napoli {Naples}
Ordained BishopS. Carlo au Corso, Roma, Diocese of Roma {Rome}

  • a priest for 33.2 years
  • a bishop for 10.4 years
Episcopal Lineage / Apostolic Succession:

Source(s):
  • b: Annuario Pontificio, Year 1885
  • b: Hierarchia Catholica, Volume 8, Page 81, and Page 306
  • b/c2: Hierarchia Catholica, Volume 8, Page 420, and Page 487
  • b/c2+: Les Ordinations Épiscopales, Year 1876, Number 47

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