Castoria ist ein Titularbistum der römisch-katholischen Kirche.

Es geht auf das griechische Castoria zurück.

Titularbischöfe von Castoria
Nr. Name Amt von bis
1 Juan López Weihbischof in Coria (Spanien) 22. September 1520 ?
2 Esteban de Esmir Koadjutor in Huesca (Spanien) 3. April 1639 5. Januar 1641
3 Johannes van Neercassel Apostolischer Vikar in Batavia (Niederlande) 1663 6. Juni 1686
4 Gioachino Maria de’ Oldo Weihbischof in Ostia-Velletri (Italien) 3. März 1725 9. Dezember 1726
5 Paulinus Sandulli, OSB ? 17. März 1727 ?
6 Charles Lamothe, MEP Koadjutor in West-Tonking (Vietnam) 5. Februar 1793 22. Mai 1831
7 Jean-Jacques Guérard, MEP Koadjutor in West-Tonking (Vietnam) 23. Mai 1816 18. Juni 1823
8 Francisco Ferreira de Azevedo Prälat der Territorialprälatur Goiás (Brasilien) 29. September 1818 29. Juli 1844
9 Jean-François Ollivier, MEP Koadjutor in West-Tonking (Vietnam) 6. April 1824 27. Mai 1827
10 Joseph-Marie-Pélagie Havard, MEP Koadjutor bzw. Apostolischer Vikar in West-Tonking (Vietnam) 21. März 1828 5. Juli 1838
11 Johann Jakob Kraft Weihbischof in Trier (Deutschland) 24. September 1868 9. Juni 1884
12 Francesco Gasparic ? 13. November 1884 ?
13 Gaspare Feliciano Cyrtowt Weihbischof in Žemaitija (Litauen) 21. Juli 1897 7. April 1910
14 Marie-Augustine Chapuis, MEP Koadjutor in Kumbakonam (Indien) 6. März 1911 21. Mai 1913
5 Ferenc Gossman Weihbischof in Vác (Ungarn) 1. Juli 1913 11. Oktober 1931
16 Joaquín Alcaide y Bueso, OFM Cap. Apostolischer Vikar von Goajira (Kolumbien) 15. Dezember 1931 21. Dezember 1943
17 Stanislas Courbe Weihbischof in Paris 22. Juni 1943 22. April 1971

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