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ⓘ Diocese of Constantia in Scythia. See Constantia for namesakes The Diocese of Constantia is a former bishopric and present Latin Catholic titular see. The dioce ..




                                     

ⓘ Diocese of Constantia in Scythia

See Constantia for namesakes

The Diocese of Constantia is a former bishopric and present Latin Catholic titular see.

The diocese once had its episcopal see in present Constanța capital of the Romanian part of Dobruja region by the Black Sea, Constantia in Scythia in Latin, Κωνστάντια in Greek, which is Ancient Tomis, until the Byzantines renamed it. It faded.

                                     

1. Titular see

The diocese was nominally restored late 19th century? as Titular archbishopric of Constantia antea Tomi in Latin or Costanza di Scizia in Curiate Italian, in 1925 renamed as Titular archbishopric of Constantia Latin or Costanza di Scizia Italian

In 1926 it was demoted as Titular bishopric of Constantia in Latin or Costanza di Scizia in Italian), but in 1929 again promoted as Titular archbishopric and given the additional Latin name Tomi after pre-Byzantine Tomis, and in 1933 renamed as Tomi in Latin, Costanza di Scizia or Tomi in Italian.

In 1990 renamed as Titular archbishopric of Constantia in Scythia Latin, Costanza di Scizia or Tomi in Italian.

It is vacant, having had the following incumbents, all of now fitting intermediate non-Metropolitan archiepiscopal rank:

BIOs TO BE ELABORATED
  • William Henry O’Connell 1906.02.21 – 1907.08.31 later Cardinal
  • Nicolae Iosif Camilli, Conventual Friars Minor O.F.M. Conv. 1901.03.27 – 1904.08.30
  • John Baptist Salpointe 1894.01.21 – 1898.07.15
  • Vito Roberti 1962.10.13 – 1965.08.15
  • Pietro Pisani 1919.12.15 – 1960.02.16
  • Domenico Taccone-Gallucci 1908.07.21 – 1917.10.09
  • Edmond John Fitzmaurice 1960.03.02 – 1962.07.25