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Diocese of Chios
Dioecesis Chiensis
Statistics
Country: Greece
Metropolitan: Naxos, Andros, Tinos and Mykonos
Rite: Latin Rite
Area: 4,116 km²
Population:
  Total:
  Catholics:

206,000 (2006)
500 (0.2%)
Ordinaries
Bishop: vacant

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Chios {Latin: Chien(sis), Greek: Χίος} is a diocese located on the island of Chios in the Ecclesiastical province of Naxos, Andros, Tinos and Mykonos in Greece.

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History

  • 1400: Established as Diocese of Chios

Leadership

  • Bishops of Chios (Roman rite)
    • Archbishop Nikólaos Printesis (Apostolic Administrator since 1993.04.29)
    • Archbishop Ioánnis Perrís (Apostolic Administrator 1961 – 1993)
    • Fr. Rocco Dellatolla (Apostolic Administrator 1959 – 1961)
    • Archbishop Giovanni Battista Filippucci (Apostolic Administrator 1947.05.29 – 1959.11.06)
    • Archbishop Alessandro Guidati (Apostolic Administrator 1939 – 1947.02.22)
    • Bishop Nicolas Charikiopoulos (1917.01.03 – 1939.07.01)
    • Bishop Dionisio Nicolosi (1890.06.06 – 1916.01.25)
    • Bishop Fedele Abati, O.F.M. (1885.01.11 – 1890.06.06)
    • Archbishop Andrea Policarpo Timoni (1875.07.30 – 1879.05.27)
    • Bishop Ignazio Giustiniani (1830.03.15 – ?)
    • Bishop Francesco Saverio Dracopoli (1814.12.19 – 1821.08.01)

See also

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