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Roman Catholic Diocese of Lutsk

Diocese of Lutsk
Dioecesis Luceoriensis
Location
Country Ukraine
Metropolitan Archdiocese of Lviv
Statistics
Area 40,300 km2 (15,600 sq mi)
Population
- Total
- Catholics
(as of 2004)
2,165,800
29,850 (1.4%)
Information
Denomination Roman Catholic
Rite Roman Rite
Established 1404
Cathedral Saint Peter and Paul Cathedral, Lutsk
Current leadership
Pope Template:Incumbent pope
Bishop Sede Vacante
Metropolitan Archbishop Mieczysław Mokrzycki
Apostolic Administrator Stanislav Szyrokoradiuk
Emeritus Bishops Markijan Trofimiak

The Roman Catholic diocese of Lutsk was first erected in the 13th century as the diocese of Luceoria o Łuck. After the victory of Napoleon, the diocese was united with the diocese of Zytomir and Zytomirsk, into the diocese of Lutzk, Zhitomir and Kamenetz.[1] Finally, in 1925, the diocese of Lutsk was restored and the Diocese of Zytomir was split off.[2]

Ordinaries

  • Izydor (1375–1380, bishop of Volodymyr-Volynskyi
  • Hynek (Hynko) Zając z Hasenburga (1371–1388)
  • Rugan (1380–1400, bishop of Volodymyr-Volynskyi
  • Mikołaj (ca. 1388/1390-1400)
  • Grzegorz z Buczkowa (1400-ca.1424), bishop of Volodymyr-Volynskyi
  • Świętosław (1404–1409)
  • Andrzej Spławski (1425- ca.1459), moved from Volodymyr-Volynskyi to Lutsk
  • Wacław Raczkowicz (1459-1460/1462)
  • Jan Łosowicz (1463–1468)
  • Marcin Kreszowski (1468-?)
  • Stanisław Stawski (1483-ca.1488)
  • Jan Andruszewicz Pudełko (1493–1499)
  • Wojciech Radziwiłł (1500–1507)
  • Paweł Algimunt Holszański (1507–1535)
  • Jerzy Chwalczewski (1535–1547)
  • Walerian Protasewicz (1547–1555)
  • Jan Andruszewicz (1563–1579)
  • Wiktoryn Wierzbicki (1579–1588)
  • Bernard Maciejowski (1590–1600)
  • Stanisław Gomoliński (1600–1604)
  • Marcin Szyszkowski (1604–1607)
  • Paweł Wołłowicz (1607–1608)
  • Paweł Wołucki (1608–1616)
  • Henryk Firlej (1616–1618)
  • Andrzej Lipski (1618–1622)
  • Stanisław Lubieński (1624–1627)
  • Achacy Grochowski (1627–1633)
  • Bogusław Radoszewski (1633–1638)
  • Andrzej Gembicki (1638–1655)
  • Jan Zamoyski (1655)
  • Jan Stefan Wydżga (1655–1659)
  • Mikołaj Prażmowski (1659–1666)
  • Tomasz Łaszeński (1667–1675))
  • Stanisław Dąmbski (1675–1680)
  • Stanisław Witwicki (1680–1688)
  • Bogusław Leszczyński (1688–1691)
  • Franciszek Michał Prażmowski (1691–1701)
  • Aleksander Wyhowski (1703–1714)
  • Joachim Przebendowski (1714–1721)
  • Stefan Bogusław Rupniewski (1721–1731)
  • Jan Aleksander Lipski (1731–1736)
  • Andrzej Stanisław Załuski (1736–1739)
  • Franciszek Antoni Kobielski (1739–1755)
  • Antoni Erazm Wołłowicz (1755–1769)
  • Feliks Paweł Turski (1769–1790)
  • Adam Stanisław Naruszewicz (1790–1798)
  • Kasper Cieciszowski (1798–1827)
  • Michał Piwnicki (1827–1845)
  • Kacper Borowski (1848–1871)
  • Szymon Marcin Kozłowski (1883–1898)
  • Cyryl Lubowidzki (1897–1898)
  • Bolesław Hieronim Kłopotowski (1899–1901)
  • Karol Antoni Niedziałkowski (1901–1911)
  • Ignacy Dubowski (1916–1925)
  • Adolf Szelążek (1926–1950)
  • Vacant (1951–1998)
  • Markijan Trofimiak (1998–2012)

References

External links

  • Giga-Catholic Information

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