Cardinal Bishop of Ostia and Velletri
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The Roman Catholic Suburbicarian Diocese of Ostia is an ecclesiastical territory located within the
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. The incumbent Bishop is
cardinal Cardinal or The Cardinal may refer to: Animals * Cardinal (bird) or Cardinalidae, a family of North and South American birds **''Cardinalis'', genus of cardinal in the family Cardinalidae **''Cardinalis cardinalis'', or northern cardinal, the ...
Giovanni Battista Re Giovanni Battista Re (born 30 January 1934) is an Italian Cardinal (Catholicism), cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church whose service has been primarily in the Roman Curia. He was elevated to the rank of cardinal in 2001. He was prefect of the C ...
. Since 1150, its bishop has been the Dean of the College of Cardinals, Its
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. From 1105 to 1914, the diocese was merged with the Suburbicarian Diocese of
Velletri Velletri (; la, Velitrae; xvo, Velester) is an Italian ''comune'' in the Metropolitan City of Rome, approximately 40 km to the southeast of the city centre, located in the Alban Hills, in the region of Lazio, central Italy. Neighbouring comm ...
. In 1962, the Diocese of Ostia was brought under the direct administration of the
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Bishops


Bishops of Ostia (-1057)

* aximus (259):... *Maximus (313) *Florentius (366) :''...'' *Bonus (487). *Bellator (499) *Aristus (502) :... *Amabile (649) :... *Andrea(s) (680) :... *Sissinio 732 – before 745 *Theodorus (745) *
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, 753–786 :''...'' * Gregory I, 787 – before 804 * Bernard 804–805 * Peter I 805 – before 826 * Cesareo 826–854 * Megisto (or Leo I), 854–868 * Donatus, 868–870 :''sede vacante 870–878'' * Eugenius, 878–898 * Stephen, 898–900 * Guido I, 900–946 * Benigno, 946–960 * Siccone, 960–963 * Gregory II, 964–969 * Leo II, 969–983 :''vacant 983–996'' * Azzone I, 996 * Gregory III, 998–1012 * Azzone II, 1012–1021 * Peter III, 1021–1037 * Benedict, 1044–1050 * John I, 1050–1058


Bishops of Ostia and Velletri (1057-1378)

* Peter IV Damiani, 1057–1072 *
Gerald of Ostia Gerald is a male Germanic name, Germanic given name meaning "rule of the spear" from the prefix ''ger-'' ("spear") and suffix ''-wald'' ("rule"). Variants include the English language, English given name Jerrold, the Female, feminine nickname Jeri ...
, 1072–1077The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Papal elections and conclaves by century
/ref> * Odo I de Lagery, 1078–1088 (became Pope Urban II) * Odo II, 1088–1102 *
Leo of Ostia Leo Marsicanus (meaning "of the Marsi") or Ostiensis (meaning "of Ostia Antica (district), Ostia"), also known as Leone dei Conti di Marsi (1046, Marsica – 1115/7, Ostia Antica (district), Ostia), was a nobleman and monk of Monte Cassino aro ...
, ca. 1103–1115 * Lamberto Scannabecchi, 1116–1124 (later Pope Honorius II) *
Giovanni of Camaldoli Giovanni may refer to: * Giovanni (name), an Italian male given name and surname * Giovanni (meteorology), a Web interface for users to analyze NASA's gridded data * ''Don Giovanni'', a 1787 opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, based on the legend of ...
, 1126–1134 * Drogo of Champagne, 1136–1138 * Alberic, 1138–1148 * Guido II de Summa, 1149–1151 * Hugo, 1151–1158 * Ubaldo Allucingoli, 1159–1181/84 (became Pope Lucius III in 1181) *
Theobald Theobald is a Germanic name, Germanic dithematic name, composed from the elements ''theodiscus, theod-'' "people" and ''bald'' "bold". The name arrived in England with the Norman Conquest, Normans. The name occurs in many spelling variations, incl ...
, 1184–1188 *
Ottaviano di Paoli Ottaviano di Poli (surname given variously) (died 1206), a member of the family of the Counts of Poli, was an Italian Roman Catholic Roman or Romans most often refers to: *Rome , established_title = Founded , established_date = 753 B ...
, 1189–1206 * Ugolino di Conti 1206–1227/31 (became Pope Gregory IX) * Rinaldo dei Signori di Ienne, 1231–1254/61 (became Pope Alexander IV in 1254) * Hugh of Saint-Cher 1261–1262 * Enrico Bartolomei 1262–1271 :''vacant 1271–1273'' * Peter VI de Tarentaise, 1273–1276 (later Pope Innocent V, † 1276) * ''vacant'' 1276–1278 *
Latino Malabranca Orsini Latino Malabranca Orsini (b. at Rome , established_title = Founded , established_date = 753 BC , founder = King Romulus (Romulus and Remus, legendary) , image_map = Map of comune of Rome (metropolitan city of ...
, 1278–1294 * Hugh Aycelin, 1294–1297 ** Leonardo Patrasso, apostolic administrator 1298–1299 * Niccolo I Boccasini, 1300–1303 (became Pope Benedict XI) * Niccolò Albertini, 1303–1321 * Regnaud de La Porte, 1321–1325 :''vacant 1325–1327'' * Bertrand du Pouget, 1327–1352 * Étienne Aubert, 1352 * Pierre Bertrand de Colombier, 1353–1361 * Andouin Aubert, 1361–1363 * Hélias de Saint-Yrieix, 1363–1367 * Guillaume de la Sudrie, 1367–1373 * Peter d'Estaing, O.S.B. 1373–1377 * Bertrand Lagier, 1378 (sided with of Avignon in the Great Schism)


Western Schism


Obedience of Rome (1378–1415) (actually in control of Ostia)

*Philippe of Alençon, 1388–1397 (also Cardinal-bishop of Sabina, 1380–1388) *Angelo Acciaioli, 1405–1408


Obedience of Avignon (1378–1429)

*Bertrand Lagier (1378–1392) *John de Neufchatel (1392–1398) *Leonardo Rossi da Giffoni (1398–1405) *Jean-Allarmet de Brogny (1405–1408) *Julian Lobera y Valtierra (1423–1429)


Obedience of Pisa (1409–1415)

* Jean-Allarmet de Brogny (1409–1415)


Bishops of Ostia and Velletri (1415-1914)

* Jean-Allarmet de Brogny (1415–1426) * Antonio Correr, 1431–1445 * Juan de Cervantes (1447–1453) * Giorgio Fieschi (1455–1461) * Guillaume d'Estouteville (1461–1483) *
Giuliano della Rovere Pope Julius II ( la, Iulius II; it, Giulio II; born Giuliano della Rovere; 5 December 144321 February 1513) was head of the Catholic Church The Catholic Church, also known as the Roman Catholic Church, is the List of Christian denomi ...
, became Pope Julius II (1483–1503), *
Oliviero Carafa Oliviero Carafa (10 March 1430 – 20 January 1511), in Latin Oliverius Carafa, was an Italian Cardinal (catholicism), cardinal and diplomat of the Renaissance. Like the majority of his era's prelates, he displayed the lavish and conspicuous sta ...
(1503–1511) * Raffaele Riario Sansoni (1511–1521) * Bernardino López de Carvajal (1521–1523) *
Francesco Soderini Francesco di Tommaso Soderini (10 June 1453 – 17 May 1524) was a major diplomatic and Church figure of Renaissance Italy, and brother of Piero Soderini. He was an adversary of the Medici family The House of Medici ( , ) was an Italian banking ...
(1523–1524) * Niccolò Fieschi (1524) * Alessandro Farnese, became Pope Paul III(1524–1534) * Giovanni Piccolomini, 1535–1537 * Giovanni Domenico de Cupis, 1537–1553 * Giovanni Pietro Carafa, 1553–1555 * Jean du Bellay 1555–1560 * François de Tournon, 1560–1562 * Rodolfo Pio da Carpi, 1562–1564 * Francesco Pisani, 1564–1570 * Giovanni Morone, 1570–1580 * Alessandro II Farnese, 1580–1589 *
Giovanni Antonio Serbelloni Giovanni Antonio Serbelloni (also known as Gian Antonio, Gianantonio; 1519–1591) was an Italian Cardinal (Catholicism), Cardinal. Life Giovanni Antonio Serbelloni was born in Milan in 1519 to a prominent family. He was brother of Gabrio Serbello ...
, 1589–1591 * Alfonso Gesualdo, 1591–1603 * Tolomeo Gallio, 1603–1607 * Domenico Pinelli, 1607–1611 * François de Joyeuse, 1611–1615 * Antonio Maria Galli, 1615–1620 * Antonio Maria Sauli, 1620–1623 * Francesco Maria Bourbon del Monte, 1623–1626 * Ottavio Bandini, 1626–1629 * Giovanni Battista Deti, 1629–1630 * Domenico Ginnasi, 1630–1639 * Carlo Emanuele Pio di Savoia, 1639–1641 * Marcello Lante della Rovere, 1641–1652 * Carlo I de Medici, 1652–1666 * Francesco V Barberini, 1666–1679 * Cesare Facchinetti, 1680–1683 * Niccolò Albergati-Ludovisi, 1683–1687 * Alderano Cybo, 1687–1700 * Emmanuel Théodose de la Tour d'Auvergne, 1700–1715 * Nicola Acciaoiuli, 1715–1719 * Fulvio Astalli, 1719–1721 *
Sebastiano Antonio Tanara Sebastiano Antonio Tanara (10 April 1650 – 5 May 1724) was an Italian cardinal Cardinal or The Cardinal may refer to: Animals * Cardinal (bird) or Cardinalidae, a family of North and South American birds **''Cardinalis'', genus of cardinal ...
, 1721–1724 * Francesco del Giudice, 1724–1725 *
Fabrizio Paolucci Fabrizio Paolucci (2 April 1651 – 12 June 1726) was an Italian cardinal Cardinal or The Cardinal may refer to: Animals * Cardinal (bird) or Cardinalidae, a family of North and South American birds **''Cardinalis'', genus of cardinal ...
, 1725–1726 * Francesco Barberini, 1726–1738 *
Pietro Ottoboni Pope Alexander VIII ( it, Alessandro VIII; 22 April 1610 – 1 February 1691), born Pietro Vito Ottoboni, was head of the Catholic Church The Catholic Church, also known as the Roman Catholic Church, is the List of Christian deno ...
, 1738–1740 *
Tommaso Ruffo Tommaso Ruffo (1663-1753) was an Italian archbishop of Ferrara and Cardinal Cardinal or The Cardinal may refer to: Animals * Cardinal (bird) or Cardinalidae, a family of North and South American birds **''Cardinalis'', genus of cardinal i ...
, 1740–1753 *
Pierluigi Carafa Pierluigi Carafa, Junior (4 July 1677 – 15 December 1755) (sometimes spelled as ''Caraffa'') was an Italian cardinal Cardinal or The Cardinal may refer to: Animals * Cardinal (bird) or Cardinalidae, a family of North and South American ...
, 1753–1755 * Rainiero d'Elci, 1755–1761 *
Giuseppe Spinelli Giuseppe Spinelli (1 February 1694 – 12 April 1763) was an Italian cardinal Cardinal or The Cardinal may refer to: Animals * Cardinal (bird) or Cardinalidae, a family of North and South American birds **''Cardinalis'', genus of cardinal i ...
, 1761–1763 * Carlo Alberto Guidoboni Cavalchini, 1763–1774 * Fabrizio Serbelloni, 1774–1775 * Gian Francesco Albani, 1775–1803 *
Henry Benedict Stuart Henry Benedict Thomas Edward Maria Clement Francis Xavier Stuart, Cardinal Duke of York (6 March 1725 – 13 July 1807) was a Roman Catholic Cardinal (Catholic Church), cardinal, as well as the fourth and final Jacobitism, Jacobite heir to pu ...
, 1803–1807 * Leonardo Antonelli, 1807–1811 * Alessandro Mattei, 1814–1820 * Giulio Maria della Somaglia, 1820–1830 *
Bartolomeo Pacca Bartolomeo Pacca (27 December 1756, Benevento Benevento (, , ; la, Beneventum) is a city and ''comune'' of Campania, Italy, capital of the province of Benevento, northeast of Naples. It is situated on a hill above sea level at the conflue ...
, 1830–1844 * Ludovico Micara, O. Cap., 1844–1847 * Vincenzo Macchi, 1847–1860 * Mario Mattei, 1860–1870 * Costantino Patrizi Naro, 1870–1876 * Luigi Amat di San Filippo e Sorso, 1877–1878 * Camillo di Pietro, 1878–1884 * Carlo Sacconi, 1884–1889 * Raffaele Monaco La Valletta, 1889–1896 * Luigi Oreglia di Santo Stefano, 1896–1913


Bishops of Ostia 1914-

* Serafino Vannutelli (1914–1915) *
Vincenzo Vannutelli Vincenzo Vannutelli (5 December 1836 – 9 July 1930) was an Italian prelate of the Roman Catholic Church The Catholic Church, also known as the Roman Catholic Church, is the largest Christian church, with 1.3 billion bap ...
, (1915–1930) * Granito Pignatelli (1933–1948) * Francesco Marchetti-Selvaggiani (1948–1951) * Eugène Tisserant (1951–1972) *
Amleto Giovanni Cicognani Amleto Giovanni Cicognani (24 February 1883 – 17 December 1973) was an Italian Cardinal (Catholic Church), Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as Cardinal Secretary of State, Vatican Secretary of State from 1961 to 1969, and Dean ...
(1972–1973) * Luigi Traglia (1974–1977) * Carlo Confalonieri (1977–1986) *
Agnelo Rossi Agnelo Rossi (4 May 1913 – 21 May 1995) was a Brazilian cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church and dean of the Sacred College of Cardinals The dean of the College of Cardinals ( la, Decanus Collegii Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae Cardinalium) presi ...
(1986–1993) * Bernardin Gantin (1993–2002) *
Joseph Ratzinger Pope Benedict XVI ( la, Benedictus XVI; it, Benedetto XVI; german: link=no, Benedikt XVI.; born Joseph Aloisius Ratzinger, , on 16 April 1927) is a retired prelate of the Catholic church who served as the head of the Church and the sovereign ...
, became Pope Benedict XVI (2002-2005) *
Angelo Sodano Angelo Raffaele Sodano, GCC (23 November 1927 – 27 May 2022) was an Italian prelate A prelate () is a high-ranking member of the Minister (Christianity), Christian clergy who is an Ordinary (church officer), ordinary or who ranks in pr ...
(2005-2019) *
Giovanni Battista Re Giovanni Battista Re (born 30 January 1934) is an Italian Cardinal (Catholicism), cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church whose service has been primarily in the Roman Curia. He was elevated to the rank of cardinal in 2001. He was prefect of the C ...
(2020-)Re is also Cardinal-bishop of Sabina-Poggio Mirteto since 2002.


See also

* Diocese of Rome#Diocese of Ostia * Roman Catholic Suburbicarian Diocese of Velletri–Segni


References


Books

* *Brixius, Johannes M. ''Die Mitglieder des Kardinalskollegiums von 1130-1181'', Berlin 1912. * * (in Latin) * (in Latin) * * *Gauchat, Patritius (1935). ''Hierarchia catholica'
Volumen quartum
(IV) Münster. * *Hüls, Rudolf. ''Kardinäle, Klerus und Kirchen Roms: 1049–1130'', Bibliothek des Deutschen Historischen Instituts in Rom 1977 * *Klewitz, Hans-Walter. ''Reformpapsttum und Kardinalkolleg'', Darmstadt 1957. *Lanzoni, Francesco (1927).
Le diocesi d'Italia
dalle origini al principio del secolo VII (anno 604)''. Volume primo. Faenza: F. Lega. * * (in Latin) * (in Latin) * {{authority control Suburbicarian dioceses Ostia