Chronology of Catholic Dioceses:Chad

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

1204
Constantinople (Latin Patriarchate from now, de facto established by the Pope through Venice) - (Latin Empire of Constantinople) Turkey
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
1742
Constantinople (AV, supplanting the Latin Patriarchal Vicars / suffragan Bishops) - (Ottoman Empire) Turkey
1762
Aleppo (AV, detached from Constantinople AV) - (Ottoman Empire) Syria, Lebanon, etc.
1818
Syria, Egypt, Arabia and Cyprus (AV, new name, previously Aleppo AV; see in Beirut) - (Ottoman Empire) Syria, Lebanon, Cyprus, Egypt, Sudan, Arabian Peninsula
1839
Egypt and Arabia (AV, detached from detached from the AV of Syria, Egypt, Arabia and Cyprus) - Egypt, Sudan, Abyssinia, Arabian Peninsula
1846
Sudan / Central Africa (AV, detached from Egypt and Arabia AV) - Sudan, Chad, Niger, Nigeria, Cameroon
1886
French Congo (AV, detached from Lower Congo / Portuguese Congo AP, and from Gabon AV) - (Middle Congo) Congo [Brazzaville]
1890
French Lower Congo (AV, new name after division of French Congo) - (Middle Congo) Congo [Brazzaville]
1890
French Upper Congo or Oubangui (AV, detached from French Congo AV) - (Middle Congo) Congo [Brazzaville]
1909
Oubangui Chari (AP, detached from Oubangui AV) - (French Equatorial Africa) Central African Republic
1913
Khartoum (AV, new name, previously Sudan / Central Africa AV) - Sudan
1914
Adamaua (AP, detached from Sudan / Central Africa) - (Kamerun) Cameroon
1934
Foumban (AV and new name, previously Adamaua AP) - Cameroon
1937
Oubangui Chari (AV) - (French Equatorial Africa) Central African Republic
1940
Berbérati (AP, detached from Oubangui Chari, and from Foumban) - (French Equatorial Africa) Central African Republic
1947
Garoua (AP, detached from Foumban) - Cameroon
1953
Garoua (AV) - Cameroon
1955
Garoua - Cameroon

1947
Fort-Lamy (AP, detached from Foumban, from Khartoum, and from Berbérati) - (French Equatorial Africa) Chad
1951
Moundou (AP, detached from Fort-Lamy, and from Garoua) - (French Equatorial Africa) Chad
1955
Fort-Lamy - (French Equatorial Africa) Chad
1956
Pala (AP, detached from Garoua) - (French Equatorial Africa) Chad
1959
Moundou - (French Equatorial Africa) Chad
1961
Fort-Lamy (Metr.) - Chad
1961
Fort-Archambault (detached from Fort-Lamy) - Chad
1964
Pala - Chad
1972
Sarh (new name, previously Fort-Archambault) - Chad
1973
N'Djamena (Metr., new name, previously Fort-Lamy [Metr.]) - Chad
1989
Doba (detached from Moundou) - Chad
1998
Laï (detached from Moundou, and from Doba) - Chad
1998
Goré (detached from Moundou, and from Doba) - Chad
2001
Mongo (AP, detached from N'Djamena, and from Sarh) - Chad
2009
Mongo (AV) - Chad
av Webmaster publisert 29.07.2009, sist endret 29.07.2009 - 14:02