Diocese of

Mostar–Duvno–Trebinje–Mrkan

Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Continent: East Europe

Rite: Roman (Latin)

Type: Diocese Diocese

Name: Mostar–Duvno / Mandetrien(sis)–Dalminien(sis) (Latin) / Mandetrien(sis)–Dumnen(sis) (Latin)

United Title: Trebinje–Mrkan

Ecclesiastical Province: Vrhbosna

Depends on: Dicastery for Bishops

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Celebrations

Patron Saint: Saint Joseph (March 19)

Cathedral Dedication Anniversary: September 14

Liturgical Calendar 📅

History

United Titles

Present Prelates

Bishop (2020.07.11 – ...):Bishop Petar Palić (51)Bishop Petar Palić (51)

Vice-President of Episcopal Conference of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Apostolic Visitator to the Parish of Međugorje (2021.11.27 – ...):Archbishop Aldo Cavalli (77)Archbishop Aldo Cavalli (77)

Titular Archbishop of Vibo Valentia

Ordinaries

Bishops of Mostar–Duvno (Roman Rite)

Bishop Petar Palić (51)Bishop Petar Palić (51)
(2020.07.11 – ...)

Bishop of Mostar–Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Vice-President of Episcopal Conference of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Na tvoju riječ

Born:1972.07.03 (Pristina, Kosovo)
Ordained Priest:1996.06.01
Consecrated Bishop:2018.04.30

Priest of Dubrovnik (Croatia) (1996.06.01 – 2018.03.09)

General Secretary of Croatian Bishops’ Conference (2017.01.25 – 2020.07.11)

Bishop of Hvar–Brač–Vis (Croatia) (2018.03.09 – 2020.07.11)

Bishop of Mostar–Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (2020.07.11 – ...)

Vice-President of Episcopal Conference of Bosnia and Herzegovina (2022.03.22 – ...)

Bishop Ratko Perić (80)Bishop Ratko Perić (80)
(1993.07.24 – 2020.07.11)

Bishop emeritus of Mostar–Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina)

Kroz nevolje u kraljevstvo bozje

Born:1944.02.02 (Tuk-Rovišce, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Ordained Priest:1969.06.29
Consecrated Bishop:1992.09.14

Priest of Mostar–Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1969.06.29 – 1992.05.29)

Coadjutor Bishop of Mostar–Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1992.05.29 – 1993.07.24)

Bishop of Mostar–Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1993.07.24 – 2020.07.11)

Bishop Pavao Žanić
(1980.09.14 – 1993.07.24)

Born:1918.05.20 (Croatia)
Ordained Priest:1941.06.01
Consecrated Bishop:1971.05.02
Died:2000.01.11 († 81)

Titular Bishop of Edistiana (1970.12.09 – 1980.09.14)

Coadjutor Bishop of Mostar–Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1970.12.09 – 1980.09.14)

Bishop of Mostar–Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1980.09.14 – 1993.07.24)

Bishop Petar Čule (later Archbishop)
(1942.04.15 – 1980.09.14)

Adveniat regnum tuum

Born:1898.02.18
Ordained Priest:1920.06.20
Consecrated Bishop:1942.10.04
Died:1985.07.29 († 87)

Bishop of Mostar–Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1942.04.15 – 1980.09.14)

Titular Archbishop of Giufi (1980.09.14 – 1985.07.29)

Bishop Alojzije Mišić, O.F.M.
(1912.04.29 – 1942.03.26)

Born:1859.11.10
Died:1942.03.26 († 82)

Bishop of Mostar–Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1912.04.29 – 1942.03.26)

Bishop Paškal Buconjić, O.F.M.
(1881.07.05 – 1910.12.08)

Born:1834.04.02 (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Ordained Priest:1858.03.25
Consecrated Bishop:1880.03.19
Died:1910.12.08 († 76)

Vicar Apostolic of Hercegovine (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1880.01.30 – 1881.07.05)

Titular Bishop of Magyddus (1880.02.28 – 1881.07.05)

Bishop of Mostar–Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1881.07.05 – 1910.12.08)

Vicars Apostolic of Hercegovine (Roman Rite)

Bishop Paškal Buconjić, O.F.M.
(1880.01.30 – 1881.07.05)

(see above)

Bishop Anđeo Kraljević, O.F.M.
(1864.12.09 – 1879.07.27)

Born:1807.12.29
Consecrated Bishop:1865.03.25
Died:1879.07.27 († 71)

Titular Bishop of Metellopolis (1864.12.09 – 1879.07.27)

Vicar Apostolic of Hercegovine (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1864.12.09 – 1879.07.27)

Bishop Rafael Barišić, O.F.M.
(1847.09.24 – 1863.08.14)

Born:1796.06.24 (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Ordained Priest:1822.12.21
Consecrated Bishop:1832.09.30
Died:1863.08.14 († 67)

Vicar Apostolic of Bosnia (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1832.03.24 – 1846.03.24)

Titular Bishop of Azotus (1832.03.24 – 1863.08.14)

Vicar Apostolic of Hercegovine (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1847.09.24 – 1863.08.14)

Bishops of Duvno (Roman Rite)

Bishop Mihalj Jahnn, O.F.M.
(1658.01.14 – 1665)

Died:1665

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1658.01.14 – 1665)

Bishop Pavao Posilović, O.F.M.
(1655 – 1656)

Died:1657

Bishop of Skradin (1642.06.16 – 1657)

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1655 – 1656)

Bishop Marijan Maravić, O.F.M.
(1645.07.31 – 1647.07.24)

Died:1660.09.14

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1645.07.31 – 1647.07.24)

Bishop of Bosnia (Croatia) (1647.07.24 – 1660.09.14)

Bishop Vincenzo Zucconi
(1627.08.30 – ?)

Titular Bishop of Risinium (1627.08.30 – ?)

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1627.08.30 – ?)

Bishop Alfonso de Requeséns Fenollet, O.F.M.
(1610.08.30 – 1625.10.06)

Born:1570
Died:1639.04.08 († 68)

Titular Bishop of Risinium (1610.08.30 – 1625.10.06)

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1610.08.30 – 1625.10.06)

Bishop of Barbastro (Spain) (1625.10.06 – 1639.04.08)

Bishop Nikola Ugrinović
(1597 – 1606)

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1597 – 1606)

Bishop Daniel Vladimirović Neretvanin
(? – 1590?)

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (? – 1590?)

Bishop Daniel Vocacio, O.F.M.
(1551.12.02 – 1577)

Died:1577

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1551.12.02 – 1577)

Auxiliary Bishop of Sigüenza (Spain) (1563 – ?)

Bishop of Muro Lucano (Italy) (1575.05.09 – 1577)

Bishop Nikola de Berganicio
(1536.07.14 – 1551)

Died:1551

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1536.07.14 – 1551)

Bishop Andrija Klement de Turrecremata, O.F.M.
(1520 – ?)

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1520 – ?)

Bishop Alvaro Salas Sánchez, O.E.S.A.
(1514.08.08 – 1520.10.12)

Died:1520.10.12

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1514.08.08 – 1520.10.12)

Bishop Tomás de Córdoba, O.E.S.A.
(1507.01.26 – 1514)

Died:1514

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1507.01.26 – 1514)

Bishop Vid de Ruscis
(1489? – 1495?)

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1489? – 1495?)

Bishop Nikola Zadranin, O.F.M.
(1460.01.02 – 1464)

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1460.01.02 – 1464)

Bishop Jeronim Trogiranin, O.F.M.
(1439.04.22 – 1459)

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1439.04.22 – 1459)

Bishop Hugo Fornetus
(1433.07.27 – 1439)

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1433.07.27 – 1439)

Bishop Nikola
(1426 – 1433)

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1426 – 1433)

Bishop Blaž de Navara, O.F.M.
(1419.09.15 – ?)

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1419.09.15 – ?)

Bishop Juraj
(1412 – 1419)

Died:1419

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1412 – 1419)

Bishop Juraj, O.F.M.
(1406? – 1412.10.21)

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1406? – 1412.10.21)

Bishop of Hvar (Croatia) (1412.10.21 – 1420.01.15)

Bishop of Skradin (1420.01.15 – 1423)

Bishop of Hvar (Croatia) (1423 – 1428)

Bishop Petar Petra Telikona, O.F.M.
(1394.09.07 – ?)

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1394.09.07 – ?)

Bishop Ivan
(1383? – 1394)

Died:1394

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1383? – 1394)

Bishop Stjepan
(1355 – 1371)

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1355 – 1371)

Bishop Guerino da Zara
(1347 – ?)

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1347 – ?)

Bishop Ivan, O. Cist.
(1345.06.20 – ?)

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1345.06.20 – ?)

Bishop Madije
(1337? – 1345)

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1337? – 1345)

Bishop Ivan de Hoio, O. Cist.
(1313 – 1317.03.24)

Died:1317.03.24

Bishop of Duvno (Bosnia and Herzegovina) (1313 – 1317.03.24)

Former Prelates

Special Churches

Churches by City (86)

Split–Makarska (←), Banja Luka (↑), Vrhbosna (↗), Bar (↘), Kotor (↘), Dubrovnik (↓)

Statistics (2021.12.31)

Area: 11,306 km²

Population: 187,744 Catholics (41.4% of 453,356 total)

Pastoral Centres: 82 parishes, 1 mission

Personnel: 182 priests (74 diocesan, 108 religious), 314 religious (140 brothers, 174 sisters), 13 seminarians

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