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Encyclopedia > Bishop of Tours

This is a list of the bishops and archbishops of Tours:

  • 1 Gatianus ca 249-301
  • vacant 301-338
  • 2 Lidorius 338-370
  • 3 St. Martinus 371-397
  • 4 St. Bricius 397-443
  • 5 Eustochius 443-460
  • 6 Perpetuus 460-490
  • 7 Volusianus 491-498
  • 8 Verus 498-508
  • 9 St. Licinius 508-520
  • 10 Theodorus & Proculus 520-521?
  • 11 Difinius 521?
  • 12 Ommatius 521-525
  • 13 Leo 526
  • 14 Francilio 527-529
  • 15 Injuriosis 529-546
  • 16 Baudinus 546-552
  • 17 Gunthar 552-554
  • 18 St. Eurfronius 555-573
  • 19 Gregorius 573-594
  • 20 Pélage I 595-602
  • 21 Lupare 602-614
  • 22 Agiric 614-617
  • 23 Ginaldus 617-618
  • 24 Valatus 618-619
  • 25 Sigélaicus 619-622
  • 26 Léobald 622-625
  • 27 Modégisile 625-638
  • 28 Latinus 638-650
  • 29 Carégisile 650-652
  • 30 Rigobert 652-654
  • 31 Papolene 654-660
  • 32 Chrotbert 660-695
  • 33 Pélage II 695-700
  • 34 Evartius 700-709
  • 35 Ibbon 709-724
  • 36 Gontran II 724-732
  • 37 Didon 732-733
  • 38 Rimbert 733-752
  • 39 Aubert 752-754
  • 40 Ostald 754-760
  • 41 Gravien 760-765
  • 42 Eusebe 765-771
  • 43 Herling 771-792
  • 44 Joseph I 792-815
  • 45 Landran I 815-836
  • 46 Ursmarus 836-846
  • 47 Landran II 846-52
  • 48 Amaury 852-856
  • 49 Hérard 856-871
  • 50 Actard 872-875
  • 51 Adalardus 875-890
  • 52 Héberne 890-916
  • 53 Robert 916-932
  • 54 Théotolon 932-945
  • 55 Joseph II 946-957
  • 56 Frotaire 957-960
  • 57 Hardouin 960-980
  • 58 Archambault de Sully 981-1008
  • 59 Hugues de Chateaudun 1008-1023
  • 60 Arnoul 1023-1052
  • 61 Barthelemy de Faye 1053-1068
  • 62 Raoul I 1072-1085
  • 63 Raoul II 1086-1117
  • 64 Gilbert de Maillé 1118-1125
  • 65 Hildebert de Lavardin 1125-1134
  • 66 Hugues d' Etampes 1134-1146
  • 67 Engebault de Preuilly 1146-1157
  • 68 Joscion 1157-1174
  • 69 Barthelemy de Vendôme 1174-1206
  • 70 Géoffroy of the Moor 1207-1208
  • 71 Jean of Faye 1208-1228
  • 72 François Cassard 1228-1229
  • 73 Juhel de Manthefelon 1229-1244
  • 74 Géoffroy Marcel 1245-1250
  • 75 Pierre de Lamballe 1251-1256
  • 76 Philippe 1256-1257
  • 77 Vincent de Pirmil 1257-1270
  • 78 Jean de Montsoreau 1271-1284
  • 79 Olivier de Craon 1284-1285
  • 80 Bouchard Dain 1285-1290
  • 81 Philippe de Candé 1290-1291
  • 82 Renaud de Montbazon 1291-1313
  • 83 Géoffroy of the Hague 1314-1323
  • 84 Etienne de Bourgueil 1324-1334
  • 85 Pierre Frétaud 1336-1357
  • 86 Philippe White 1357-1363
  • 87 Simon de Renoul 1363-1379
  • 88 Seguin d' Auton 1379-
  • 89 Aléaume Boistel 1380-1383
  • 90 Guy de Roye 1383-1384
  • 91 Seguin d' Auton 1384-1394
  • 92 Ameil of Breuil 1393-1414
  • 93 Jacques Gélu 1414-1426
  • 94 Philippe de Coëtquis 1427-1441
  • 95 Jean Bernard 1441-1466
  • 96 Bastet de Crussol 1466-1468
  • 97 Hélie de Bourdeilles 1468-1484
  • 98 Robert de Lenoncourt 1484-1509
  • 99 Domenica Caretto 1509-1513
  • 100 Christophe de Brillac 1514-1519
  • 101 Martin of Beaune 1519-1527
  • 102 Antoine of the Bar 1528-1547
  • 103 George of Armagnac 1547-1551
  • 104 Etienne Poncher 1551-1552
  • 105 Alexandre Farnese 1553-1554
  • 106 Simon de Maillé 1554-1597
  • 107 François of Guesle 1597-1614
  • 108 Sebastien d' Ori Galagai 1617-
  • 109 Bertrand d' Eschaud 1617-1641
  • 110 Victor Bouthillier 1641-1670
  • 111 Charles de Rosmadec 1671-1672
  • 112 Michel Amelot de Gournay 1673-1687
  • 113 Claude of George Saint 1687-
  • 114 Mathieu Isoré d' Hervault 1693-1716
  • 115 Armand Pierre of the Cross of Castries * 1717-
  • 116 Henri Oswald of the Tower of Auvergne * 1719-1721
  • 117 François Blouet de Camilly 1721-1723
  • 118 Louis Jacques de Chapte de Rastignac 1723-1750
  • 119 Bernardin de Rosset de Fleury 1750-1773
  • 120 Joachim François Mamert de Conzié 1774-1795
  • 121 Jean of God Raymond de Boisgelin 1802-1804
  • 122 Louis Mathias de Barral 1805-1815
  • 123 Jean-baptiste of Chilleau 1818-1824
  • 124 Augustin Louis de Montblanc 1824-1841
  • 125 François Nicolas Madeleine Morlot 1842-1857
  • 126 Joseph Hippolyte Guibert 1857-1871
  • 127 Felix Pierre Fruchaud 1871-1874
  • 128 Charles Theodore Colet 1874-1883
  • 129 Guillaume Rene Meignan 1884-1896
  • 130 Rene François Renou 1896-1913
  • 131 Albert Negre 1913-1931
  • 132 Ludovico Gaillard 1931-1956
  • 133 Louis Ferrand 1956-1980
  • 134 Jean Marcel Cardinal Honoré 1981-1997
  • 135 Michel Moutel 1997-1998
  • 136 André Vingt-Trois 1999-present

Information

Type of Jurisdiction: Archdiocese
Elevated: 5th Century
Metropolitan See
Rite: Latin (or Roman)
Country: France
Square Kilometers: 6,158 (2,378 Square Miles)
Conference Region: Centre
Official Web Site: http://catholique-tours.cef.fr/
Mailing Address: B.P. 1117, 27 rue Jules-Simon, 37011 Tours CEDEX 1, France
Telephone: 2.47.70.41.41
Fax: 2.47.61.87.55




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Tours - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (878 words)
Tours is a city in France, the préfecture (capital city) of the Indre-et-Loire département, on the lower reaches of the river Loire, between Orléans and the Atlantic coast.
The cathedral of Tours, dedicated to Saint Gatien, its canonized first bishop, was begun about 1170 to replace the just-started cathedral that was burnt out in 1166, during the quarrel between Louis VII of France and Henry II of England.
The buildings of Tours are white with fl slate roofs which is common in the north, whilest in the south the buildings have terra cotta roofs.
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