Template:Ordination/doc

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{{Ordination}} is a template that can be used to provide information related to the ordination and consecration of members of the clergy of various Christian denominations as deacons, priests, and bishops, as well as relating to the elevation of cardinals. The template can also be used to provide information regarding the consecrations of other bishops in which the subject bishop acted as principal or only consecrator. It can be used in the article of any person who claims to be ordained as part of the historical episcopate, such as Catholics, Eastern and Oriental Orthodox, Anglicans, Old Catholics, some Lutherans, etc.

This template replaces {{Episcopal succession}}, which is now deprecated.

Full syntax[change source]

Ordination history of
{{{name}}}
History
Diaconal ordination
Ordained by{{{ordained deacon by}}}
Date{{{date of diaconal ordination}}}
Place{{{place of diaconal ordination}}}
Priestly ordination
Ordained by{{{ordained priest by}}}
Date{{{date of priestly ordination}}}
Place{{{place of priestly ordination}}}
Episcopal consecration
Principal consecrator{{{consecrated by}}}
Co-consecrators{{{co-consecrators}}}
Date{{{date of consecration}}}
Place{{{place of consecration}}}
Cardinalate
Elevated by{{{elevated by}}}
Date{{{date of elevation}}}
Episcopal succession
Bishops consecrated by {{{alternate name}}} as principal consecrator
{{{bishop 1}}}{{{consecration date 1}}}
{{{bishop 2}}}{{{consecration date 2}}}
{{{bishop 3}}}{{{consecration date 3}}}
Source(s): {{{sources}}}
{{Ordination
| embed                        =
| expand                       =
| denomination                 =
| name                         =
| alternate name               =
| ordained deacon by           =
| date of diaconal ordination  =
| place of diaconal ordination =
| ordained priest by           =
| date of priestly ordination  =
| place of priestly ordination =
| consecrated by               =
| co-consecrators              = <!--List several, separated by commas and linebreaks-->
| date of consecration         =
| place of consecration        =
| elevated by                  =
| date of elevation            =
| bishop 1                     =
| consecration date 1          =
| bishop 2                     =
| consecration date 2          =
| bishop 3                     =
| consecration date 3          =
| bishop 4                     =
| consecration date 4          =
| bishop 5                     =
| consecration date 5          =
| bishop 6                     =
| consecration date 6          =
| bishop 7                     =
| consecration date 7          =
| bishop 8                     =
| consecration date 8          =
| bishop 9                     =
| consecration date 9          =
| bishop 10                    =
| consecration date 10         =
...
| bishop 180                   =
| consecration date 180        =
| sources                      =
| qid                          =
| suppressfields               =
| onlysourced                  =
}}

Parameters & usage[change source]

All parameters are optional.

Wikidata
The parameters marked as using Wikidata in the right hand column automatically call the value of the parameter from the associated Wikidata item if one exists; the called value can be overridden by using a parameter below. Unless there is a reason to override the Wikidata value, a Wikidata-enabled parameter should not be used. If the value is missing from Wikidata, it is almost always preferable to add it there instead of using one of the parameters. The Wikidata property from which a parameter's value is called and the when the data must be structured in order to be called is listed in the right hand column.

Parameter Description Wikidata
Content parameters
Top of template
denomination Entry determines the heading color. Entries are case sensitive. See Automatic coloring below for acceptable entries. religion (P140)
name The name of the subject; defaults to the page name base when left empty or not used. Page name base of the Wikipedia article
History
Diaconal ordination
ordained deacon by The bishop who ordained the subject a deacon. significant event (P793)
diaconal ordination (Q41463713)
appointed by (P748)
date of diaconal ordination Date of the subject's ordination as a deacon. significant event (P793)
diaconal ordination (Q41463713)
point in time (P585)
place of diaconal ordination The church and city where the subject was ordainaed a deacon. For example: Westminster Cathedral, London significant event (P793)
diaconal ordination (Q41463713)
location (P276), located in the administrative territorial entity (P131), country (P17)
Priestly ordination
ordained priest by The bishop who ordained the subject a priest. significant event (P793)
priestly ordination (Q41463697)
appointed by (P748)
date of priestly ordination Date of the subject's ordination as a priest. significant event (P793)
priestly ordination (Q41463697)
point in time (P585)
place of priestly ordination The church and city where the subject was ordained a priest. For example: Westminster Cathedral, London significant event (P793)
priestly ordination (Q41463697)
location (P276), located in the administrative territorial entity (P131), country (P17)
Episcopal consecration
consecrated by The bishop who consecrated the subject a bishop. Label appears as "Principal consecrator" if the co-consecrators parameter is used and as "Consecrated by" if co-consecrators is not used.

The position or diocese of the consecrator should not be entered here. Only the wikilinked name should go here.

significant event (P793)
consecration (Q125375)
consecrator (P1598)
co-consecrators The names of the co-consecrators of the subject in either order.
date of consecration Date of the subject's consecration as a bishop. significant event (P793)
consecration (Q125375)
point in time (P585)
place of consecration The church and city where the subject was consecrated a bishop. For example: Westminster Cathedral, London significant event (P793)
consecration (Q125375)
location (P276), located in the administrative territorial entity (P131), country (P17)}}
Cardinalate
elevated by The pope who elevated the subject to the cardinalate. significant event (P793)
elevation (Q41154026)
appointed by (P748)

}}

date of elevation Date of the subject's elevation to the cardinalate. significant event (P793)
elevation (Q41154026)
point in time (P585)
Episcopal succession
alternate name Is used to replace the subject's name in 'bishops consecrated' section with another shorter name, if necessary. Usually the subject's surname (or regnal name in the case of popes). Overrides name, the QID name, and pagenamebase. Page name base of the Wikipedia article
bishop 1 — bishop 180 The name of the bishop that has been consecrated by the subject.
consecration date 1 — consecration date 180 The date that the bishop was consecrated by the subject.
Bottom of template
sources Sources for the information entered in the template.
Template behavior controls
expand Enter the name of the section to be expanded (e.g. History or Episcopal succession). For multiple entries, separate with commas (e.g. History, Episcopal succession). Enter ALL to expand all sections. Entries are case sensitive. Sections are collapsed by default. n/a
qid Identifying number of the Wikidata item from which all template information will be called. Affects all other Wikidata-enabled parameters n/a
suppressfields Can be used to suppress the display of fields that call values from Wikidata. Enter the name of the parameter to be suppressed. Using this parameter will suppress the named parameter even if its value is locally supplied in the template. n/a
onlysourced Can be used to suppress the call of Wikidata values if they are not sourced. Set to 'yes' to use. n/a
embed Can be used to embed this template in another infobox template. Set to 'yes' to use. For information on embedding, see Wikipedia:WikiProject Infoboxes/embed. n/a

Automatic coloring[change source]

The header of the template changes depending on the Christian denomination of the subject. The color is determined by Wikidata property religion (P140) or the denomination parameter. The chart below displays the color that is output by entering one of the listed denominations. If none of these is entered, a generic color defaults. The wikitext determining the output colors can be found at Template:Ordination/color.

Acceptable denomination inputs and color outputs
Anglicanism
  • Anglican
  • Anglican Communion
  • Episcopal Church in the United States of America
  • Episcopal Church
  • Episcopalianism
  • Episcopalian
  • Church of England
  • Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
  • Anglican Church of Australia
  • Church of Bangladesh
  • Anglican Episcopal Church of Brazil
  • Province of the Anglican Church of Burundi
  • Anglican Church of Canada
  • Church of the Province of Central Africa
  • Anglican Church in Central America
  • Province of the Anglican Church of the Congo
  • Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui
  • Hong Kong Anglican Church
  • Church of the Province of the Indian Ocean
  • Church of Ireland
  • Anglican Church in Japan
  • Nippon Sei Ko Kai
  • Anglican Episcopal Church in Japan
  • Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East
  • Anglican Church of Kenya
  • Anglican Church of Korea
  • Anglican Church of Melanesia
  • Anglican Church of Mexico
  • Church of the Province of Myanmar
  • Church of Nigeria
  • Church of North India
  • Church of Pakistan
  • Anglican Church of Papua New Guinea
  • Episcopal Church in the Philippines
  • Province of the Anglican Church of Rwanda
  • Scottish Episcopal Church
  • Church of the Province of South East Asia
  • Church of South India
  • Anglican Church of Southern Africa
  • Anglican Church of South America
  • Province of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan
  • Anglican Church of Tanzania
  • Church of Uganda
  • Church of the Province of Uganda
  • Church in Wales
  • Church of the Province of West Africa
  • Church in the Province of the West Indies
#EBB0DE
Catholicism: Latin Church
  • Roman Catholic
  • Roman Catholic Church
  • Roman Catholicism
  • Catholic Church
  • Catholicism
  • Catholic
#FFCF00
Catholicism: Eastern Catholic Churches
  • Eastern Catholic
  • Eastern rite Catholic
  • Eastern-rite Catholic
  • Eastern-rite Catholic Church
  • Oriental Catholic
  • Oriental Catholic Church
  • Eastern Catholic Church
  • Albanian Greek Catholic Church
  • Albanian Greek Catholic
  • Armenian Catholic Church
  • Armenian Catholic
  • Belarusian Greek Catholic Church
  • Belarusian Greek Catholic
  • Bulgarian Greek Catholic Church
  • Bulgarian Greek Catholic
  • Chaldean Catholic Church
  • Chaldean Catholic
  • Coptic Catholic Church
  • Coptic Catholic
  • Eritrean Catholic Church
  • Eritrean Catholic
  • Ethiopian Catholic Church
  • Ethiopian Catholic
  • Greek Byzantine Catholic Church
  • Greek Byzantine Catholic
  • Greek Catholic Church of Croatia and Serbia
  • Hungarian Greek Catholic Church
  • Hungarian Greek Catholic
  • Italo-Albanian Greek Catholic Church
  • Italo-Albanian Greek Catholic
  • Macedonian Byzantine-Catholic Church
  • Macedonian Byzantine-Catholic
  • Melkite Greek Catholic Church
  • Melkite Greek Catholic
  • Romanian Greek Catholic Church
  • Romanian Greek Catholic
  • Russian Greek Catholic Church
  • Russian Greek Catholic
  • Ruthenian Greek Catholic Church
  • Ruthenian Greek Catholic
  • Ruthenian Catholic Church
  • Ruthenian Catholic
  • Byzantine Catholic Church
  • Byzantine Catholic
  • Slovak Greek Catholic Church
  • Slovak Catholic Church
  • Slovak Byzantine Catholic Church
  • Slovak Byzantine Catholic
  • Syriac Catholic Church
  • Syriac Catholic
  • Aramean Catholic Church
  • Aramean Catholic
  • Syriac Maronite Church
  • Syriac Maronite
  • Maronite Church
  • Syro-Malabar Catholic Church
  • Syro-Malabar Catholic
  • Syro Malabar Catholic
  • Syro-Malankara Catholic Church
  • Syro-Malankara Catholic
  • Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church
  • Ukrainian Greek Catholic
#FFCF00
Eastern Orthodoxy
  • Eastern Orthodox
  • Eastern Orthodox Church
  • Georgian Orthodox
  • Georgian Orthodox Church
  • Greek Orthodox Church
  • Greek Orthodox
  • Russian Orthodox
  • Russian Orthodox Church
  • Bulgarian Orthodox Church
  • Bulgarian Orthodox
  • Serbian Orthodox Church
  • Serbian Orthodox
  • Abkhazian Orthodox Church
  • Abkhazian Orthodox
#FFC569
Oriental Orthodoxy
  • Oriental Orthodox
  • Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria
  • Coptic Orthodox Church
  • Coptic
  • Syriac Orthodox
  • Syriac Orthodox Church
  • Armenian Apostolic Church
  • Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church
  • Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo
  • Ethiopian Orthodox
  • Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo Church
  • Eritrean Orthodox Tewahedo
  • Eritrean Orthodox
  • Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church
  • Malankara Orthodox Syrian
  • Indian Orthodox Church
  • Indian Orthodox
#73C2FB
Lutheranism
  • Lutheran
  • Church of Sweden
#EBB0DE
Assyrian Church of the East
  • Holy Apostolic Catholic Assyrian Church of the East
#CCB2FF
Independent Catholicism
  • Old Catholic
  • Old Catholic Church
  • Old Catholicism
  • Independent Catholic
  • Independent Catholic Church
  • Sedevacantist
  • Sedevacantism
  • Society of Saint Pius X
  • Palmarian Catholic Church
  • Palmarian Catholic
  • Mariavite Church
  • Old Catholic Mariavite Church
  • Catholic Mariavite Church
  • Old Roman Catholic Church in North America
#BDB76B
Moravianism
  • Moravian
  • Moravian Church
#F56FA1
Miscellaneous
Entering anything else or leaving the parameter blank defaults to
#CCCC99

Embedding[change source]

Most articles that use this template will also use another infobox, especially {{Infobox Christian leader}}, but may use others such as {{Infobox person}} or {{Infobox officeholder}}. It may sometimes be necessary to embed this template in one of these other infoboxes. The primary reason this is done is to save space when an article is short enough that this template when used with another infobox would extend beyond the written text of the article. Unless there is a reason to embed this template, it should be used as a standalone template.

When this template is embedded in {{Infobox Christian leader}}, the Orders section in that template should not be used (meaning parameters: ordination, ordained_by, consecration, consecrated_by, cardinal, created_cardinal_by, and rank), since they would be duplicated by this template.

To embed this template, first find the module parameter in the parent infobox. The entire wikitext of this template should be entered within that parameter. Then, enter | embed = yes inside this template. After those two steps, this template can be used as normal. It can be embedded in any infobox that is designed to accept child templates.

An example of this template embedded in {{Infobox Christian leader}} for the subject Mario Meini is below.


Mario Meini
Bishop of Fiesole
DioceseFiesole
Appointed13 February 2010
Installed18 April 2010
PredecessorLuciano Giovannetti
Other postsVice President of the Italian Episcopal Conference
Personal details
Born (1946-11-17) 17 November 1946 (age 75)
Legoli, Peccioli, Tuscany
NationalityItalian
DenominationRoman Catholic
Previous postBishop of Pitigliano-Sovana-Orbetello (1996–2010)
MottoPax et Lux
English: Peace and Light
Coat of armsMario Meini's coat of arms
Ordination history
History
Priestly ordination
Date27 June 1971
PlaceDiocese of Volterra
Episcopal consecration
Principal consecratorVasco Giuseppe Bertelli
Co-consecratorsOvidio Lari,
Antoni Bagnoli
Date7 September 1996
Episcopal succession
Bishops consecrated by Ordination/doc as principal consecrator
Guglielmo Borghetti15 September 2010
{{Infobox Christian leader
| type = bishop
| honorific-prefix = [[Excellency|His Excellency]], [[The Most Reverend]]
| name = Mario Meini
| title = [[Bishop of Fiesole]]
| diocese = [[Diocese of Fiesole|Fiesole]]
| appointed = 13 February 2010
| enthroned = 18 April 2010
| predecessor = [[Luciano Giovannetti (bishop)|Luciano Giovannetti]]
| other_post = Vice President of the [[Italian Episcopal Conference]]
| birth_date = {{birth date and age|1946|11|17|df=yes}}
| birth_place = Legoli, [[Peccioli]], [[Tuscany]]
| nationality = Italian
| religion = [[Roman Catholic]]
| previous_post = [[Roman Catholic Diocese of Pitigliano-Sovana-Orbetello|Bishop of Pitigliano-Sovana-Orbetello]] (1996–2010)
| coat_of_arms = Coat of arms of Mario Meini.svg
| motto = Pax et Lux<br>{{Lang-en|Peace and Light}}
| module =
 {{Ordination
 | embed = yes
 | date of priestly ordination = 27 June 1971
 | place of priestly ordination = [[Roman Catholic Diocese of Volterra|Diocese of Volterra]]
 | consecrated by = [[Vasco Giuseppe Bertelli]]
 | co-consecrators = [[Ovidio Lari]],<br />[[Antoni Bagnoli]]
 | date of consecration = 7 September 1996
 | bishop 1 = [[Guglielmo Borghetti]]
 | consecration date 1 = 15 September 2010
 }}
}}

Examples[change source]

Locally supplied[change source]

This is what the template would look like if were placed in the Timothy M. Dolan article and if all the information were supplied locally, using the template's parameters. The 'Episcopal succession' section is expanded.

Ordination history of
Timothy M. Dolan
History
Priestly ordination
Ordained byEdward Thomas O'Meara
DateJune 19, 1976
Episcopal consecration
Principal consecratorJustin Rigali
Co-consecratorsJoseph Fred Naumann,
Michael John Sheridan
DateAugust 15, 2001
PlaceCathedral Basilica of Saint Louis, St. Louis, Missouri, USA
Cardinalate
Elevated byPope Benedict XVI
DateFebruary 18, 2012
Episcopal succession
Bishops consecrated by Timothy M. Dolan as principal consecrator
William P. CallahanDecember 21, 2007
Terry R. LaValleyApril 30, 2010
Edward Bernard ScharfenbergerApril 10, 2014
John Joseph JenikAugust 4, 2014
John Joseph O’HaraAugust 4, 2014
Peter John ByrneAugust 4, 2014
{{Ordination
| expand = Episcopal succession
| ordained priest by    = [[Edward Thomas O'Meara]]
| date of priestly ordination = June 19, 1976
| consecrated by        = [[Justin Rigali]]
| co-consecrators       = [[Joseph Fred Naumann]],<br />[[Michael John Sheridan]]
| date of consecration  = August 15, 2001
| place of consecration = [[Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis]], [[St. Louis]], [[Missouri]], USA
| elevated by           = [[Pope Benedict XVI]]
| date of elevation     = February 18, 2012
| bishop 1              = [[William P. Callahan]]
| consecration date 1   = December 21, 2007
| bishop 2              = [[Terry R. LaValley]]
| consecration date 2   = April 30, 2010
| bishop 3              = [[Edward Bernard Scharfenberger]]
| consecration date 3   = April 10, 2014
| bishop 4              = [[John Joseph Jenik]]
| consecration date 4   = August 4, 2014
| bishop 5              = [[John Joseph O’Hara]]
| consecration date 5   = August 4, 2014
| bishop 6              = [[Peter John Byrne]]
| consecration date 6   = August 4, 2014
}}

Completely from Wikidata[change source]

This is what the template would look like if it were placed in the Pope Francis article without adding any parameters. All content in this template was called from Wikidata and none was supplied locally in the template.

Ordination history of
Pope Francis
History
Priestly ordination
Ordained byRamón José Castellano Edit this on Wikidata
Date13 December 1969 Edit this on Wikidata
Episcopal consecration
PlaceBuenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral Edit this on Wikidata, Buenos Aires Edit this on Wikidata
{{Ordination}}

TemplateData[change source]

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TemplateData for Ordination

A template for displaying information related to the ordination history of a member of the clergy.

Template parameters

This template prefers block formatting of parameters.

ParameterDescriptionTypeStatus
Denominationdenomination

Manual override of Wikidata listing for subject's denomination. Use only if there is reason not to rely on Wikidata info. Case sensitive.

Example
Catholic
Stringoptional
Namename

Name of the subject

Default
{{PAGENAMEBASE}}
Stringoptional
Ordained deacon byordained deacon by

Person who ordained the subject a deacon

Stringsuggested
Date of diaconal ordinationdate of diaconal ordination

Date the subject was ordained a deacon

Stringsuggested
Place of diaconal ordinationplace of diaconal ordination

Place the subject was ordained a deacon

Stringsuggested
Ordained priest byordained priest by

Person who ordained the subject a priest

Stringsuggested
Date of priestly ordinationdate of priestly ordination

Date the subject was ordained a priest

Stringsuggested
Place of priestly ordinationplace of priestly ordination

Place the subject was ordained a priest

Stringsuggested
Consecrated byconsecrated by

Person who consecrated the subject a bishop

Stringsuggested
Co-consecratorsco-consecrators

Persons who consecrated the subject a bishop (separated by linebreaks)

Stringsuggested
Date of consecrationdate of consecration

Date the subject was consecrated a bishop

Stringsuggested
Place of consecrationplace of consecration

Place the subject was consecrated a bishop

Stringsuggested
Elevated byelevated by

Pope who made the subject a cardinal

Stringsuggested
Date of elevationdate of elevation

Date the subject was made a cardinal

Stringsuggested
Sourcessources

Sources for the information in the template

Stringsuggested
Expandexpand

Enter name of section to be expanded. Separate with commas to enter multiple sections. Enter ALL to expand all sections

Example
'History', or 'Episcopal succession', or 'ALL'
Lineoptional
QIDqid

Name of Wikidata item from which information will be called. Is automatically supplied by placing template on a page. This parameter is used to override that.

Example
Q989
Stringoptional
Suppress fieldssuppressfields

Can be used to suppress the display of fields that call values from Wikidata. Enter the name of the parameter to be suppressed. Using this parameter will suppress the named parameter even if its value is locally supplied in the template.

Example
date of consecration
Stringoptional
Only sourcedonlysourced

Can be used to suppress the call of Wikidata values if they are not sourced. Set to yes to use.

Example
yes
Stringoptional
Embedembed

Set to yes to embed this template in another infobox. Complete syntax of this template must be entered in the parent template's module parameter.

Example
yes
Stringoptional
Alternate namealternate name

Replaces subject's name in 'bishops consecrated' section with another name. Used to shorten if the name is long. Enter a surname or regnal name.

Example
Dolan
Stringoptional
Bishop 1bishop 1

1st bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringsuggested
Consecration date 1consecration date 1

Date Bishop 1 was consecrated by the subject

Stringsuggested
Bishop 2bishop 2

2nd bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 2consecration date 2

Date Bishop 2 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 3bishop 3

3rd bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 3consecration date 3

Date Bishop 3 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 4bishop 4

4th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 4consecration date 4

Date Bishop 4 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 5bishop 5

5th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 5consecration date 5

Date Bishop 5 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 6bishop 6

6th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 6consecration date 6

Date Bishop 6 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 7bishop 7

7th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 7consecration date 7

Date Bishop 7 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 8bishop 8

8th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 8consecration date 8

Date Bishop 8 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 9bishop 9

9th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 9consecration date 9

Date Bishop 9 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 10bishop 10

10th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 10consecration date 10

Date Bishop 10 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 11bishop 11

11th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 11consecration date 11

Date Bishop 11 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 12bishop 12

12th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 12consecration date 12

Date Bishop 12 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 13bishop 13

13th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 13consecration date 13

Date Bishop 13 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 14bishop 14

14th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 14consecration date 14

Date Bishop 14 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 15bishop 15

15th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 15consecration date 15

Date Bishop 15 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 16bishop 16

16th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 16consecration date 16

Date Bishop 16 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 17bishop 17

17th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 17consecration date 17

Date Bishop 17 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 18bishop 18

18th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 18consecration date 18

Date Bishop 18 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 19bishop 19

19th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 19consecration date 19

Date Bishop 19 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 20bishop 20

20th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 20consecration date 20

Date Bishop 20 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 21bishop 21

21st bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 21consecration date 21

Date Bishop 21 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 22bishop 22

22nd bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 22consecration date 22

Date Bishop 22 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 23bishop 23

23rd bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 23consecration date 23

Date Bishop 23 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 24bishop 24

24th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 24consecration date 24

Date Bishop 24 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 25bishop 25

25th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 25consecration date 25

Date Bishop 25 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 26bishop 26

26th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 26consecration date 26

Date Bishop 26 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 27bishop 27

27th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 27consecration date 27

Date Bishop 27 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 28bishop 28

28th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 28consecration date 28

Date Bishop 28 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 29bishop 29

29th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 29consecration date 29

Date Bishop 29 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 30bishop 30

30th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 30consecration date 30

Date Bishop 30 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 31bishop 31

31st bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 31consecration date 31

Date Bishop 31 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 32bishop 32

32nd bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 32consecration date 32

Date Bishop 32 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 33bishop 33

33rd bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 33consecration date 33

Date Bishop 33 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 34bishop 34

34th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 34consecration date 34

Date Bishop 34 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 35bishop 35

35th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 35consecration date 35

Date Bishop 35 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 36bishop 36

36th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 36consecration date 36

Date Bishop 36 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 37bishop 37

37th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 37consecration date 37

Date Bishop 37 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 38bishop 38

38th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 38consecration date 38

Date Bishop 38 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 39bishop 39

39th bishop consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Consecration date 39consecration date 39

Date Bishop 39 was consecrated by the subject

Stringoptional
Bishop 40bishop 40

40th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 40 was consecrated by the subject

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41st bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 41 was consecrated by the subject

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42nd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 42 was consecrated by the subject

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43rd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 43 was consecrated by the subject

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44th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 44 was consecrated by the subject

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45th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 45 was consecrated by the subject

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46th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 46 was consecrated by the subject

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47th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 47 was consecrated by the subject

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48th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 48 was consecrated by the subject

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49th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 49 was consecrated by the subject

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50th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 50 was consecrated by the subject

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51st bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 51 was consecrated by the subject

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52nd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 52 was consecrated by the subject

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53rd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 53 was consecrated by the subject

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54th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 54 was consecrated by the subject

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55th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 55 was consecrated by the subject

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56th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 56 was consecrated by the subject

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57th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 57 was consecrated by the subject

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58th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 58 was consecrated by the subject

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59th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 59 was consecrated by the subject

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60th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 60 was consecrated by the subject

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61st bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 61 was consecrated by the subject

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62nd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 62 was consecrated by the subject

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63rd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 63 was consecrated by the subject

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64th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 64 was consecrated by the subject

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65th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 65 was consecrated by the subject

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66th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 66 was consecrated by the subject

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67th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 67 was consecrated by the subject

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68th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 68 was consecrated by the subject

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69th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 69 was consecrated by the subject

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70th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 70 was consecrated by the subject

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71st bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 71 was consecrated by the subject

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72nd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 72 was consecrated by the subject

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73rd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 73 was consecrated by the subject

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74th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 74 was consecrated by the subject

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75th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 75 was consecrated by the subject

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76th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 76 was consecrated by the subject

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77th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 77 was consecrated by the subject

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78th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 78 was consecrated by the subject

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79th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 79 was consecrated by the subject

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80th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 80 was consecrated by the subject

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81st bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 81 was consecrated by the subject

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82nd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 82 was consecrated by the subject

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83rd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 83 was consecrated by the subject

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84th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 84 was consecrated by the subject

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85th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 85 was consecrated by the subject

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86th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 86 was consecrated by the subject

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87th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 87 was consecrated by the subject

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88th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 88 was consecrated by the subject

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89th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 89 was consecrated by the subject

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90th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 90 was consecrated by the subject

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91st bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 91 was consecrated by the subject

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92nd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 92 was consecrated by the subject

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93rd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 93 was consecrated by the subject

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94th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 94 was consecrated by the subject

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95th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 95 was consecrated by the subject

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96th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 96 was consecrated by the subject

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97th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 97 was consecrated by the subject

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98th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 98consecration date 98

Date Bishop 98 was consecrated by the subject

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99th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 99consecration date 99

Date Bishop 99 was consecrated by the subject

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100th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 100consecration date 100

Date Bishop 100 was consecrated by the subject

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101st bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 101consecration date 101

Date Bishop 101 was consecrated by the subject

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102nd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 102consecration date 102

Date Bishop 102 was consecrated by the subject

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103rd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 103consecration date 103

Date Bishop 103 was consecrated by the subject

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104th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 104consecration date 104

Date Bishop 104 was consecrated by the subject

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105th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 105 was consecrated by the subject

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106th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 106consecration date 106

Date Bishop 106 was consecrated by the subject

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107th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 107consecration date 107

Date Bishop 107 was consecrated by the subject

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108th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 108consecration date 108

Date Bishop 108 was consecrated by the subject

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109th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 109consecration date 109

Date Bishop 109 was consecrated by the subject

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110th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 110consecration date 110

Date Bishop 110 was consecrated by the subject

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111st bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 111consecration date 111

Date Bishop 111 was consecrated by the subject

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112nd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 112consecration date 112

Date Bishop 112 was consecrated by the subject

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113rd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 113consecration date 113

Date Bishop 113 was consecrated by the subject

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114th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 114consecration date 114

Date Bishop 114 was consecrated by the subject

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115th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 115consecration date 115

Date Bishop 115 was consecrated by the subject

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116th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 116 was consecrated by the subject

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117th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 117consecration date 117

Date Bishop 117 was consecrated by the subject

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118th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 118 was consecrated by the subject

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119th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 119consecration date 119

Date Bishop 119 was consecrated by the subject

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120th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 120consecration date 120

Date Bishop 120 was consecrated by the subject

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121st bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 121 was consecrated by the subject

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122nd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 122consecration date 122

Date Bishop 122 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 123bishop 123

123rd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 123consecration date 123

Date Bishop 123 was consecrated by the subject

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124th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 124consecration date 124

Date Bishop 124 was consecrated by the subject

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125th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 125consecration date 125

Date Bishop 125 was consecrated by the subject

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126th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 126consecration date 126

Date Bishop 126 was consecrated by the subject

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127th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 127consecration date 127

Date Bishop 127 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 128bishop 128

128th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 128consecration date 128

Date Bishop 128 was consecrated by the subject

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129th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 129consecration date 129

Date Bishop 129 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 130bishop 130

130th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 130consecration date 130

Date Bishop 130 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 131bishop 131

131st bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 131consecration date 131

Date Bishop 131 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 132bishop 132

132nd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 132consecration date 132

Date Bishop 132 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 133bishop 133

133rd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 133consecration date 133

Date Bishop 133 was consecrated by the subject

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134th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 134consecration date 134

Date Bishop 134 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 135bishop 135

135th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 135consecration date 135

Date Bishop 135 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 136bishop 136

136th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 136consecration date 136

Date Bishop 136 was consecrated by the subject

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137th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 137consecration date 137

Date Bishop 137 was consecrated by the subject

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138th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 138consecration date 138

Date Bishop 138 was consecrated by the subject

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139th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 139consecration date 139

Date Bishop 139 was consecrated by the subject

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140th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 140consecration date 140

Date Bishop 140 was consecrated by the subject

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141st bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 141consecration date 141

Date Bishop 141 was consecrated by the subject

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142st bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 142consecration date 142

Date Bishop 142 was consecrated by the subject

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143rd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 143consecration date 143

Date Bishop 143 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 144bishop 144

144th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 144consecration date 144

Date Bishop 144 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 145bishop 145

145th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 145consecration date 145

Date Bishop 145 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 146bishop 146

146th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 146consecration date 146

Date Bishop 146 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 147bishop 147

147th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 147consecration date 147

Date Bishop 147 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 148bishop 148

148th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 148consecration date 148

Date Bishop 148 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 149bishop 149

149th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 149consecration date 149

Date Bishop 149 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 150bishop 150

150th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 150consecration date 150

Date Bishop 150 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 151bishop 151

151st bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 151consecration date 151

Date Bishop 151 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 152bishop 152

152nd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 152consecration date 152

Date Bishop 152 was consecrated by the subject

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153rd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 153consecration date 153

Date Bishop 153 was consecrated by the subject

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154th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 154consecration date 154

Date Bishop 154 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 155bishop 155

155th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 155consecration date 155

Date Bishop 155 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 156bishop 156

156th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 156consecration date 156

Date Bishop 156 was consecrated by the subject

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157th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 157consecration date 157

Date Bishop 157 was consecrated by the subject

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158th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 158consecration date 158

Date Bishop 158 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 159bishop 159

159th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 159consecration date 159

Date Bishop 159 was consecrated by the subject

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160th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 160 was consecrated by the subject

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161st bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 161consecration date 161

Date Bishop 161 was consecrated by the subject

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162nd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 162consecration date 162

Date Bishop 162 was consecrated by the subject

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163rd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 163consecration date 163

Date Bishop 163 was consecrated by the subject

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164th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 164consecration date 164

Date Bishop 164 was consecrated by the subject

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165th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 165consecration date 165

Date Bishop 165 was consecrated by the subject

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166th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 166consecration date 166

Date Bishop 166 was consecrated by the subject

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167th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 167consecration date 167

Date Bishop 167 was consecrated by the subject

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168th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 168 was consecrated by the subject

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169th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 169consecration date 169

Date Bishop 169 was consecrated by the subject

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170th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 170consecration date 170

Date Bishop 170 was consecrated by the subject

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171st bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 171 was consecrated by the subject

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172nd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 172consecration date 172

Date Bishop 172 was consecrated by the subject

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173rd bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 173consecration date 173

Date Bishop 173 was consecrated by the subject

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174th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 174consecration date 174

Date Bishop 174 was consecrated by the subject

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175th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 175consecration date 175

Date Bishop 175 was consecrated by the subject

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176th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 176consecration date 176

Date Bishop 176 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 177bishop 177

177th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 177consecration date 177

Date Bishop 177 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 178bishop 178

178th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 178consecration date 178

Date Bishop 178 was consecrated by the subject

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Bishop 179bishop 179

179th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Consecration date 179consecration date 179

Date Bishop 179 was consecrated by the subject

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180th bishop consecrated by the subject

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Date Bishop 180 was consecrated by the subject

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