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Roman Catholic Diocese of Chełmno

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Bishopric of Culm (German: Bistum Culm; Polish: Diecezja chełmińska) was a Roman Catholic diocese in Chełmno Land (Culm land), founded in medieval Prussia in 1243 and disbanded in 1992.[1][2]

History

List of Bishops of Culm

BIOS TO ELABORATE
  • 1245–1263: Heidenreich von Kulm Ordo fratrum Praedicatorum, Dominican Order (O.P.)
  • 1264–1274: Friedrich von Hausen Ordo Teutonicus, Teutonic Order (O.T.)
  • 1275–1291: Werner von Kulm OT
  • 1291/92–1301: Heinrich Schenk OT
  • 1303–1311: Hermann von Kulm OT
  • 1311–1316/19: Eberhard von Kulm OT
  • 1319–1323: Nikolaus Afri OP
  • 1323–1349: Otto von Kulm OT
  • 1349–1359: Jakob von Kulm OT
  • 1359–1363: Johann Schadland OP
  • 1363–1381/85: Wikbold Dobilstein OT
  • 1385–1390: Reinhard von Sayn
  • 1390: Martin von Lynow OT
  • 1390–1398: Nikolaus Schippenbeil OT
  • 1398–1402: Jan Kropidło
  • 1402–1416: Arnold Stapel OT
  • 1416–1457: Johann Marienau
  • 1457–1479: Wincenty Kiełbasa
  • 1480–1495: Stephan von Niborka
  • 1496–1507: Nikolaus Krapitz
  • 1508–1530: Jan Konopacki
  • 1530–1538: Johannes Dantiscus
  • 1538–1549: Tiedemann Giese
  • 1549–1551: Stanislaus Hosius
  • 1551–1562: Jan Lubodziecki
  • 1562–1571: Stanisław Żelisławski SOC
  • 1574–1595: Piotr Kostka
  • 1595–1600: Piotr Tylicki
  • 1600–1610: Wawrzyniec Gembicki[4]
  • 1611–1613: Maciej Konopacki
  • 1614–1624: Jan Kucborski
  • 1624–1635: Jakob Zadzik
  • 1635–1639: Jan Lipski
  • 1639–1646: Kasper Działyński
  • 1646–1652: Andrzej Leszczyński
  • 1653–1655: Jan Gembicki
  • 1658–1661: Adam Koss
  • 1662–1674: Andrzej Olszewski
  • 1676–1681: Jan Małachowski
  • 1681–1693: Kasimir Johann z Bnina Opaliński
  • 1693–1694: Kasimir Szczuka
  • 1699–1712: Theodor Andrzej Potocki
  • 1719–1721: Johann Kasimir Alten-Bokum
  • 1723–1730: Felix Ignaz Kretkowski
  • 1731–1733: Tomasz Franciszek Czapski SOC
  • 1736–1739: Adam Stanislaus Grabowski
  • 1739–1746: Andrzej Stanisław Załuski
  • 1747–1758: Wojciech Stanisław Leski [pl] SOC
  • 1759–1785: Andrzej Ignacy z Broniewic Baier
  • 1785–1795: Karl von Hohenzollern-Hechingen
  • 1795–1814: Franciszek Ksawery z Wrbna Rydzyński
  • 1824–1832: Ignaz Vinzenz Stanislaus Matthy
  • 1834–1856: Anastazy Sedlag
  • 1857–1886: Johannes von der Marwitz
  • 1886–1898: Leon Redner
  • 1899–1926: Augustin Rosentreter
  • 1926–1944: Stanisław Wojciech Okoniewski
  • 1946–1972: Kazimierz Józef Kowalski
  • 1973–1980: Bernard Czapliński
  • 1981–1992: Marian Przykucki
  • 1992- Bishop of Pelplin: Jan Bernard Szlaga

Notes and references

  1. ^ "Diocese of Pelplin" Catholic-Hierarchy.org. David M. Cheney. Retrieved February 29, 2016
  2. ^ "Diocese of Pelplin" GCatholic.org. Gabriel Chow. Retrieved February 29, 2016
  3. ^ Cf. Barbara Wolf-Dahm (1994). "Polzin, Ludwig Sebald". In Bautz, Traugott (ed.). Biographisch-Bibliographisches Kirchenlexikon (BBKL) (in German). 7. Herzberg: Bautz. cols. 817–821. ISBN 3-88309-048-4..
  4. ^ "Archbishop Wawrzyniec Gembicki" Catholic-Hierarchy.org. David M. Cheney. Retrieved July 2, 2016

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