Hephaestus

Hephaestus (ital.: Efesto ) ist ein Titularbistum der römisch-katholischen Kirche.

Titularbischöfe von Hephaestus
Nr. Name Amt von bis
1 Francesco Maria Ferreri OFM 27. September 1730
2 Clemente Pagnan, OSB Apostolischer Vikar von Colombo und Kandy (Sri Lanka) 12. November 1879 25. November 1886
3 Patrick Vincent Flood OP Koadjutorbischof von Port of Spain (Trinidad und Tobago) (Antillen) 7. Juli 1887 8. März 1889
4 Giuliano Tommasuolo Weihbischof in Neapel, (Italien) 6. Dezember 1906 20. Juli 1918
5 Giuseppe Rovetta emeritierter Bischof von Cassano all'Jonio (Italien) 16. Dezember 1920 3. März 1933
6 Giovanni Capobianco Weihbischof in Spoleto (Italien) 26. Mai 1933 1. April 1935
7 Pio Giardina Weihbischof in Messina (Italien) 10. August 1935 8. August 1942
8 Georges Léon Pelletier Weihbischof in Québec (Kanada) 5. Dezember 1942 26. Juli 1947
9 André-Gustave-Émile Leclerc Weihbischof in Paris (Frankreich) 8. November 1947 25. November 1977

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