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Chronology of Catholic Dioceses:Democratic Republic of the Congo [Kinshasa]

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
1596
São Salvador da Congo (detached from São Tomé) - Angola
1609
Loanda (new name, previously São Salvador da Congo) - Angola
1640
Portuguese Congo / Portuguese Missions (AP, established by the "Propaganda Fide", detached from São Paulo de Loanda) - Angola
1716
Santa Cruz de Reino de Angola / later also called: São Paulo de Loanda - Angola
1834
Portuguese Congo / Portuguese Missions (AP, de facto abandoned, later under the care of The Two Guineas and Senegambia) - Angola
1842
The Two Guineas (AP, detached from São Tomé, and from Funchal) - West African coast from the Senegal River to the Oranje River, except Angola
1842
The Two Guineas (AV, erected as AP earlier the same year) - West African coast from the Senegal River to the Oranje River, except Angola
1863
Gabon (AV, new name, previously The Two Guineas and Senegambia AV) - West African coast from Guinea to the Oranje River, except Angola
1865
(Portuguese) Congo / Lower Congo (AP, revived, previously Portuguese Congo / Portuguese Missions, now administered by Gabon AV) - Angola/Cabinda, Congo [Kinshasa], Congo [Brazzaville]
Regarding AP Upper Congo 1886, and Lake Albert 1922:

1204
Constantinople / Konstantinopolis (Latin Patriarchate from now, de facto established by the Pope through Venice) - (Latin Empire of Constantinople) Turkey
1742
Constantinople / Konstantinopolis (AV, supplanting the Latin Patriarchal vicars / suffragan bishops) - (Ottoman Empire) Turkey
1760
Aleppo [Lat.] (AV, detached from AV Constantinople) - Syria
1817
Vicariate Apostolic of Syria, Egypt, Arabia and Cyprus [Lat.] (AV, reestablished with new name, previously Aleppo) - Syria, Egypt, Arabian Peninsula, Cyprus
1839
Abyssinia [Lat.] (AV, detached from Vicariate Apostolic of Syria, Egypt, Arabia and Cyprus) -Abyssinia
1846
Sudan / Central Africa (AV, detached from Abyssinia AV) - Sudan, Chad, Niger, Nigeria, Cameroon
1880
Nyanza (AV, detached from Sudan / Central Africa AV) - Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda
1880
Tanganyika (APV, detached from Sudan / Central Africa AV) - Tanzania
1883
Victoria-Nyanza (AV, new name, previously Nyanza) - Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda
1894
Northern Victoria-Nyanza (AV, new name, previously Victoria-Nyanza AV) - Uganda
1915
Uganda (AV, new name, previously Northern Victoria-Nyanza) - Uganda

Failed mission:

(1518)
(Congo (AV) - Angola, Cabinda, Congo [Kinshasa], Congo [Brazzaville])
1886
Independent or Belgian Congo (Miss., detached from [Portuguese] Congo / Lower Congo AP, and from Gabon AV) - (Congo Free State) Congo [Kinshasa]

1887
Upper Congo (AP, detached from Tanganyika APV) - (Congo Free State) Congo [Kinshasa]
1888
Independent or Belgian Congo (AV) - (Congo Free State) Congo [Kinshasa]
1893
Kwango / Koango (Mission "sui iuris", detached from Independent or Belgian Congo AV) - (Congo Free State) Congo [Kinshasa]
1895
Upper Congo (AV) - (Congo Free State) Congo [Kinshasa]
1898
Uélé / Wellé (AP, detached from Independent or Belgian Congo AV) - (Congo Free State) Congo [Kinshasa]

1903
Kwango (AP) - (Congo Free State) Congo [Kinshasa]
1904
Stanley Falls (AP, detached from Independent or Belgian Congo AV) - (Congo Free State) Congo [Kinshasa]
1904
Upper Kasai (AP, detached from Independent or Belgian Congo AV) - (Congo Free State) Congo [Kinshasa] Oversiktskart
1908
Stanley Falls (AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]

1910
Katanga (AP, detached from Belgian Congo AV - but: see footnote) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1911
Belgian Ubangi / Ubangi (AP, detached from Belgian Congo AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1911
Eastern Uélé (AP, detached from Uélé AP) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1911
Northern Katanga (AP, detached from Belgian Congo AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1911
Matadi (AP, detached from Belgian Congo AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1911
Western Uélé (AP, new name, previously Uélé AP) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1917
Upper Kasai (AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1919
Léopoldville (AV, new name, previously Belgian Congo) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1919
Nouvelle-Anvers (AV, detached from Congo AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]

1922
Lake Albert (AP, detached from Stanley Falls AV, and from Uganda AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1922
Lulua and Central Katanga (AP, detached from Upper Kasai, and from Katanga) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1924
Eastern Uélé (AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1924
Tsuapa (AP, detached from Nouvelle-Anvers AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1924
Western Uélé (AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1925
Upper Luapula (AP, detached from Katanga AP) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1926
Basankusu (AP, detached from Nouvelle-Anvers AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1926
Bondo (AP, detached from Western Uélé AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1926
Buta (AV, new name, previously Western Uélé AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1926
Coquilhatville (AP, new name, previously Tsuapa AP) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1926
Niangara (AV, new name, previously Eastern Uélé AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1928
Kwango (AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1929
Kivu (AV, detached from Upper Congo AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]

1930
Matadi (AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1931
Bikoro (Mission "sui iuris", detached from Coquilhatville, and from Léopoldville) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1931
Kisantu (AV, detached from Kwango AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1932
Coquilhatville (AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1932
Katanga (AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1933
Lake Albert (AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1934
Beni of Belgian Congo (Mission "sui iuris", detached from Stanley Falls) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1934
Boma (AV, detached from Léopoldville) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1934
Lulua and Central Katanga (AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1935
Belgian Ubangi (AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1935
Northern Katanga (AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1936
Lisala (new name, previously Nouvelle-Anvers AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1936
Tshumbe (AP, detached from Upper Kasai) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1937
Bondo (AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1937
Ipamu (AP, detached from Kwango, and from Upper Kasai) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1937
Lolo (AP, detached from Buta) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1938
Beni of Belgian Congo (AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1939
Bauduinville (new name, previously Upper Congo AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1939
Sakania (AV, and new name, previously Upper Luapula AP) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]

1940
Bikoro (AP) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1947
Tshumbe (AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1948
Basankusu (AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1948
Ipamu (AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1948
Lac Moero (AP, detached from Lulua and Central Katanga AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1948
Lulua (AV, new name, previously Lulua and Central Katanga AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1949
Luluabourg (AV, new name, previously Upper Kasai AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1949
Stanleyville / Stanleystad (AV, new name, previously Stanley Falls AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1949
Wamba (AV, detached from Stanley Falls) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]

1951
Isangi (AP, detached from Lisala, from Stanleyville, and from Basankusu) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1951
Kole (AP, detached from Léopoldville, and from Kole) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1951
Kongolo (AV, new name, previously Northern Katanga AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1952
Costermansville (AV, new name previously Kivu AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1952
Kasongo (AV, detached from Baudouinville AV, and from Kivi AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1953
Inongo (AV, detached from Léopoldville) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1953
Kabinda (AV, detached from Luluaborg) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1953
Mweka (AP, detached from Luluabourg) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1954
Bukavu (AV, new name, previously Costermansville AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1955
Kikwit (AV, new name, previously Kwango AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1956
Kindu (AV, detached from Kongolo, and from Stanleyville) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1957
Bikoro (AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1957
Kenge (AP, detached from Kisantu, and from Kikwit) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1958
Doruma (AP, detached from Niangara) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Bikoro - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Bukavu (Metr.) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Coquilhatville (Metr.) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Elisabethville (Metr., and new name, previously Katanga AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Léopoldville (Metr.) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Stanleyville (Metr.) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Basankusu - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Bauduinville - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Beni of Congo (D, and new name, previously Beni of Belgian Congo (AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Boma - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Bondo - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Bunia (D, and new name, previously Lake Albert AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Buta - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Goma (AV 30/6, detached from Bukavu) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Goma (D, 10/11, previously same year erected as AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Inongo - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Ipamu - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Kabinda - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Kamina (D, and new name, previously Lulua and Central Katanga AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Kasongo - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Kikwit - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Kindu - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Kisantu - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Kongolo - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Lisala - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Luebo (AV, 25/4, detached from Luluabourg) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Luebo (D, 10/11, previously same year erected as AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Luluabourg (Metr.) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Matadi - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Molegbe (D and new name, previously Belgian Ubangi AV) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Niangara - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Sakania - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Tshumbe - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1959
Wamba - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]

1960
Beni (new name, previously Beni of Congo) - (Zaïre/Republic of the Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1960
Idiofa (new name, previously Ipamu) - (Belgian Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1961
Ikela (detached from Coquilhatville) - (Zaïre/Republic of the Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1961
Popokabaka (detached from Kisantu) - (Zaïre/Republic of the Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1962
Isangi - (Zaïre/Republic of the Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1962
Kilwa (D, and new name, previously Lac Moero AP) - (Zaïre/Republic of the Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1962
Lolo - (Zaïre/Republic of the Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1962
Mahagi (detached from Bunia) - (Zaïre/Republic of the Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1962
Uvira (detached from Bukavu, and from Kasongo) - (Zaïre/Republic of the Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1963
Kenge - (Zaïre/Republic of the Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1963
Mbuji-Mayi (AA for refugees, detached from Luluabourg) - (Zaïre/Republic of the Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1964
Budjala (detached from Lisala) - (Zaïre/Republic of the Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1964
Mweka - (Zaïre/Republic of the Congo) Congo [Kinshasa]
1966
Kinshasa (Metr., new name, previously Léopoldville Metr.) -(Zaïre) Congo [Kinshasa]
1966
Kisangani (Metr., new name, previously Stanleyville Metr.) - (Zaïre) Congo [Kinshasa]
1966
Lubumbashi (Metr., new name, previously Elisabethville Metr.) - (Zaïre) Congo [Kinshasa]
1966
Mbandaka (Metr., new name, previously Coquilhatville) - (Zaïre) Congo [Kinshasa]
1966
MMbuji-Mayi (detached from Kabinda, and from Luluabourg, incorporating the AA Mbuji-Mayi for refugees) - (Zaïre) Congo [Kinshasa]
1967
Bokungu-Ikela (new name, previously Ikela) - (Zaïre) Congo [Kinshasa]
1967
Butembo-Beni (new name, previously Beni) - (Zaïre) Congo [Kinshasa]
1967
Doruma - (Zaïre) Congo [Kinshasa]
1967
Kole - (Zaïre) Congo [Kinshasa]
1967
Luiza (detached from Luluabourg) - (Zaïre) Congo [Kinshasa]
1967
Mahagi-Nioka (new name, previously Mahagi) - (Zaïre) Congo [Kinshasa]

1970
Doruma-Dungu (new name, previously Doruma) - (Zaïre) Congo [Kinshasa]
1970
Isiro-Niangara (new name, previously Niangara) - (Zaïre) Congo [Kinshasa]
1971
Kolwezi (detached from Kamina) - (Zaïre) Congo [Kinshasa]
1971
Manono (detached from Kongolo, from Kilwa, and from Baudouinville) - (Zaïre) Congo [Kinshasa]
1972
Kalemie-Kirungu (new name, previously Bauduinville) - (Zaïre) Congo [Kinshasa]
1972
Kananga (Metr., new name, previously Luluabourg, Metr.) - (Zaïre) Congo [Kinshasa]
1975
Mbandaka-Bikoro (Metr., union of Mbandaka [Metr.] and Bikoro [D]) - (Zaïre) Congo [Kinshasa]
1977
Kilwa-Kasenga (new name, previously Kilwa) - (Zaïre) Congo [Kinshasa]
1977
Sakania-Kipushi (new name, previously Sakania) - (Zaïre) Congo [Kinshasa]

1992
Mbujimayi (new name, previously Mbuji-Mayi) - (Zaïre) Congo [Kinshasa]