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:Vietnam

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
1533
Goa (D, established from Funchal) - India
1558
Malacca (D, separated from Goa) - Malaysia
1576
Macau (D, separated from Malacca) - Macau (China)

1659
Cochin China (AV, detached from Macau) - Vietnam
1659
Tonking (AV, detached from Macau) - Vietnam
1678
Western Tonking (AV, new name after division of Tonking) - Vietnam
1678
Eastern Tonking (AV, detached from Tonking AV) - Vietnam
1844
Western Cochin China (AV, erected by division of Cochin China AV) - Vietnam
1844
Eastern Cochin China (AV, erected by division of Cochin China AV) - Vietnam
1846
Southern Tonking (AV, detached from Western Tonking AV) - Vietnam
1848
Central Tonking (AV, detached from Eastern Tonking) - Vietnam
1850
Northern Cochin China (AV, detached from Eastern Cochin China AV) - Vietnam
1883
Northern Tonking (AV, detached from Eastern Tonking AV) - Vietnam
1895
Upper Tonking (AV, detached from Western Tonking) - Vietnam
1901
Coastal Tonking (AV, detached from Western Tonking) - Vietnam
1913
Lang Son and Cao Bang (AP, detached from Northern Tonking) - Vietnam
1924
Bac Ninh (AV, new name, previously Northern Tonking) - Vietnam
1924
Bui Chu (AV, new name, previously Central Tonking AV) - Vietnam
1924
Ha Noi / Hanoi (AV, new name, previously Western Tonking AV) - Vietnam
1924
Hai Phong / Haipong (AV, new name, previously Eastern Tonking AV) - Vietnam
1924
Huê (AV, new name, previously Northern Cochin China AV) - Vietnam
1924
Hung Hoa (AV, new name, previously Upper Tonking AV) - Vietnam
1924
Phat Diem (AV, new name, previously Coastal Tonking AV) - Vietnam
1924
Quy Nhon (AV, new name, previously Eastern Cochin China AV) - Vietnam
1924
Saigon (AV, new name, previously Western Cochin China AV) - Vietnam
1924
Vinh (AV, new name, previously Southern Tonking AV) - Vietnam
1932
Kontum (AV, detached from Quy Nhon) - Vietnam
1932
Thanh Hoá (AV, detached from Phat Diem) - Vietnam
1936
Thái Binh (AV, detached from Bui Chu) - Vietnam
1938
Vinh Long (AV, detached from Saigon) - Vietnam
1939
Lang Son and Cao Bang (AV) - Vietnam
1955
Can Tho (AV, detached from Phnom Penh) - Vietnam
1957
Nha Trang (AV, detached from Quy Nhon, and from Saigon) - Vietnam
1960
Bac Ninh - Vietnam
1960
Bui Chu - Vietnam
1960
Can Tho - Vietnam
1960
Ha Noi (Metr.) - Vietnam
1960
Hai Phong - Vietnam
1960
Huê (Metr.) - Vietnam
1960
Hung Hoa - Vietnam
1960
Kontum - Vietnam
1960
Lang Son and Cao Bang - Vietnam
1960
Nha Trang - Vietnam
1960
Phat Diem - Vietnam
1960
Quy Nhon - Vietnam
1960
Saigon (Metr.) - Vietnam
1960
Thái Binh - Vietnam
1960
Thanh Hoá - Vietnam
1960
Vinh - Vietnam
1960
Vinh Long - Vietnam
1960
Da Lat (detached from Saigon, and from Kontum) - Vietnam
1960
Long Xuyen (detached from Can Tho) - Vietnam
1960
My Tho (detached from Saigon AV) - Vietnam
1963
Da Nang (detached from Quy Nhon) - Vietnam
1965
Phú Cuong (detached from Saigon) - Vietnam
1965
Xuân Lôc (detached from Saigon) - Vietnam
1967
Ban Mê Thuôt (detached from Kontum, and from Da Lat) - Vietnam
1975
Phan Thiêt (detached from Nha Trang) - Vietnam
1976
Thanh-Pho Ho Chi Minh (new name, previously Saigon) - Vietnam
2005
Ba Ria (detached from Xuân Lôc) - Vietnam