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Ancient Diocese of Castres

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Ancient Diocese of Castres

The Catholic Diocese of Castres, in Southern France, was created in 1317 from the diocese of Albi. It was suppressed at the time of the French Revolution, under the Concordat of 1801. Its territory returned to the archdiocese of Albi.

The bishop of Castres had his see at Castres Cathedral.

Bishops

  • 5 August 1317 to 1327: Dieudonné I.
  • 1328–1338: Amelius de Lautrec
  • 1338–1353: Jean I. des Prés
  • 1353–1359: Etienne de Abavo
  • 1359–1364: Pierre I. de Bagna
  • 31 May 1364 to 1374: Raimond I. de Sainte-Gemme
  • 1375 to 30 May 1383: Elie de Donzenac
  • 8 October 1383 to 1386: Guy de Roye
  • 1386–1388: Dieudonné II.
  • 2 December 1388 to 27 May 1418: Jean II. Engeard
  • 1418–1421: Aimeric Noël
  • 1423–1427: Raimond Mairose
  • c. 1428: Jean III. Amardy
  • c. 1430: Pierre II. de Cotigny
  • 1432 to 17. July 1448: Gérard Machet
  • 1449 to 6. August 1458: Maraud de Condom
  • 1460–1493: Jean IV. d'Armagnac
  • 1494 to 2. July 1509: Charles I. de Martigny
  • 1509: Jean V. de Martigny
  • 1509–1526: Pierre III. de Martigny
  • 1528–1530: Charles II. de Martigny
  • 1531–1535: Jacques de Tournon
  • 1535–1551: Antoine-Charles de Vesc
  • 1552–1583: Claude d'Auraison
  • 1583 to 13 May 1632: Jean VI. de Fossé
  • 13 May 1632 to 1654: Jean VII. de Fossé
  • 1657 to 1. Juli 1662: Charles-François d'Anglure de Bourlemont
  • 1664 to 16. April 1682: Michel Tubeuf
  • 3 July 1682 to 11. April 1705: Augustin de Maupeou
  • 11 April 1705 to 26. June 1736: Honoré de Quiqueran de Beaujeu
  • 1736 to 24 May 1752: François de Lastic de Saint-Jal
  • 1752–1773: Jean-Sébastien de Barral
  • 1773–1790: Jean-Marc de Royère
  • References

    Ancient Diocese of Castres Wikipedia


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