Olavs omvendelse

Katolsk Akademi og St. Olav menighet inviterer til feiring av Olav den Helliges omvendelse og dåp torsdag 23. oktober.

Foredrag ved biskop Bernt Eidsvig og arkeolog Øystein Ekroll.

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Chronology of Catholic Dioceses:Angola

See a list of abbreviations used in this list. See also our listing of current ecclesial jurisdictions.

1514
Funchal (established by the Portuguese, see footnote) - Portugal
1534
São Tomé / São Tomé e Príncipe (detached from Funchal) - São Tomé and Principe
Regarding Cimbebasia:

1842
The Two Guineas and Senegambia (AP, detached from São Tomé, and from Funchal) - the Senegal River to the Oranje River, except Angola
1846
The Two Guineas and Senegambia (AV) - the Senegal River to the Oranje River, except Angola
1863
Gabon (new name, previously The Two Guineas and Senegambia AV) - Guinea to the Oranje River, except Angola

Failed mission:

(1518-1550~)
(Congo (AV) - Angola, Congo [Kinshasa], Congo [Brazzaville])
1596
Congo in Angola / São Salvador da Congo (detached from São Tomé) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1609
Congo in Angola / São Paulo de Loanda (see transferred, new name, previously São Salvador da Congo) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1623
Congo in Angola / São Salvador da Congo (see transferred, new name, previously São Paulo de Loanda) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1628
Congo in Angola / São Paulo de Loanda (see transferred, new name, previously São Salvador da Congo) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1640
Lower Congo / Portuguese Congo (AP, established by the "Propaganda Fide", detached from Congo in Angola / São Paulo de Loanda) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1716
Congo in Angola / São Paulo de Loanda / Santa Cruz de Reino de Angola (added new name) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1879
Cimbebasia (AP, detached from Gabon) - (Portuguese West Africa, South West Africa) Angola, Namibia
1881
Cunene (Miss., detached from Cimbebasia AP) - (Portuguese West Africa) AngolaOversiktskart
1886
Lower Congo in Cubango (AP, new name, previously Lower Congo / Portuguese Congo) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1892
Upper Cimbebasia in Portuguese Angola (AP,new name after division, previously Cimbebasia) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola Oversiktskart
1900
Lunda / Mlundi (Miss., detached from Lower Congo in Cubango) - (Portuguese West Africa) AngolaOversiktskart
1921
Cubango in Angola (AP, new name, previously Upper Cimbebasia in Portuguese Angola) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1940
Lower Congo in Cubango (AP, suppressed) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1940
Cubango in Angola (AP, suppressed) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1940
Cunene (Mission "sui iuris", suppressed) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1940
Lunda (Mission "sui iuris", suppressed) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1940
Santa Cruz de Reino de Angola (D, suppressed) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1940
Luanda (Metr., detached from Angola, from Lower Congo AV, and from Lunda [Miss.]) -(Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1940
Nova Lisboa (detached from Cubango in Angola AP, Cunene [Miss.]) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1940
Silva Porto (detached from Cubango in Angola AP) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1955
Sá da Bandeira (detached from Nova Lisboa) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1957
Malanje (detached from Luanda, and from Silva Porto) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1963
Luso (detached from Silva Porto) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1967
Carmona e São Salvador (detached from Luanda) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1970
Benguela (detached from Nova Lisboa) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1975
Henrique de Carvalho - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1975
Ngunza (detached from Luanda) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1975
Pereira de Eça / Ngiva (detached from Sá de Bandeira, and from Nova Lisboa) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1975
Serpa Pinto (detached from Sá de Bandeira, and from Nova Lisboa) - (Portuguese West Africa) Angola
1977
Huambo (Metr., and new name, previously Nova Lisboa, was part of the Metropolitan Province of Luanda) - Angola
1977
Lubango (Metr., and new name, previously Sá da Bandeira, was part of the Metropolitan Province of Luanda) - Angola
1977
Novo Redondo (new name, previously Ngunza) - Angola
1979
Kwito-Bié (new name, previously Silva Porto) - Angola
1979
Lwena (new name, previously Luso) - Angola
1979
Menongue (new name, previously Serpa Pinto) - Angola
1979
Ondjiva (new name, previously Pereira de Eça) - Angola
1979
Saurimo (new name, previously Henrique de Carvalho) - Angola
1979
Uíje (new name, previously Carmona e São Salvador) - Angola
1984
Cabinda (detached from Luanda) - Angola
1984
Mbanza Congo (detached from Uíje) - Angola
1990
Ndalatando (detached from Luanda) - Angola
2001
Dundo (detached from Saurimo) - Angola
2007
Caxito (detached from Luanda) - Angola
2007
Viana (detached from Luanda) - Angola
2009
Namibe (detached from Lubango) - Angola