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ⓘ Roman Catholic Diocese of Makarska. The Diocese of Makarska was a Latin Catholic bishopric from 533 to 590, from 1344 to 1400 and from 1615 till its 1828 merger ..




                                     

ⓘ Roman Catholic Diocese of Makarska

The Diocese of Makarska was a Latin Catholic bishopric from 533 to 590, from 1344 to 1400 and from 1615 till its 1828 merger into the Diocese of Split-Makarska, which preserves its title.

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1. History

  • Suppressed on 1828.06.30, merged into the renamed Roman Catholic Diocese of Split–Makarska absorbing its title and territory, which later became a Metropolitan Archbishopric.
  • Restored in 1615 as Diocese of Makarska / Macarsca Italian, regaining its territory from Metropolitan Archdiocese of Salona.
  • Restored in 1344 as Diocese of Makarska / Macarsca Italian, on territory regained from the above Metropolitan Archdiocese of Salona
  • In 1663 it regained territory from the suppressed above Diocese of Duvno.
  • In 1735 it lost territory to establish the then Apostolic Vicariate of Bosnia
  • Suppressed in 1400, merged back into the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Salona Split
  • Established in 533 as Diocese of Makarska / Macarsca Curiate Italian, on territory split off from the Diocese of Narona.
  • Suppressed in 590, its territory being reassigned partly to the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Salona now Split; Croatia, and partly to establish the Diocese of Duvno Bosnia.
                                     

2. Episcopal ordinaries

all Roman Rite

incomplete: sixth century lacking Suffragan Bishops of Makarska
  • Stjepan Blaskovic, C.O. 1731.09.24 – death 1776.11
  • Valentino 1344 – 1367
  • Nikola Bijankovic, Oratorians C.O. 1698.12.19 – death 1730.08.10
  • Petar Kacic, O.F.M. 1646.06.25 – 1663
  • Giacomo 1369.02.08 –?
  • Giovanni, Dominican Order O.P. 1373.07.18 –?
  • Bartol Kacic, Friars Minor O.F.M. 1615.06.15 – death 1645
  • Fabijan Blaskovic 1777.12.15 – death 1820.
  • Marijan Lisnjic, O.F.M. 1664.02.11 – death 1686.03.03
                                     
  • The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Split - Makarska Croatian: Splitsko - makarska nadbiskupija Latin: Archidioecesis Spalatensis - Macarscensis is a Metropolitan
  • Ecclesiastical province of Split - Makarska in Croatia. May 1, 1298: Established as Diocese of Sibenik Bishops of Sibenik Roman rite Bishop Tomislav Rogic
  • between the towns of Brela and Gradac. Its former cathedral of Saint Mark was the see of the former Roman Catholic Diocese of Makarska which was merged
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