Metropolitan Archdiocese of

München und Freising

Germany Germany

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Continent: West Europe

Rite: Roman (Latin)

Type: Metropolitan Archdiocese Metr. Archdiocese

Name: München und Freising (Deutsch) / Munich and Freising (English) / Monaco e Frisinga (Italiano) / Monacen(sis) et Frisingen(sis) (Latin)

Suffragan Sees: Augsburg, Passau, Regensburg

Depends on: Dicastery for Bishops

Website:

Celebrations

Patron Saint: Saint Corbinian (November 19)

Cathedral Dedication Anniversary: April 14

Liturgical Calendar 📅

History

Contact Info

Address: PF 33 03 60, 80063 München, Germany

Phone: (089) 2137-0

Papal Visits

Present Prelates

Metropolitan Archbishop (2007.11.30 – ...):Cardinal Reinhard Marx (70)Cardinal Reinhard Marx (70)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Corbiniano

Coordinator of Council for the Economy

Auxiliary Bishop (2010.01.05 – ...):Bishop Wolfgang Bischof (63)Bishop Wolfgang Bischof (63)

Titular Bishop of Nebbi

Auxiliary Bishop (2016.10.28 – ...):Bishop Rupert Graf zu Stolberg (53)Bishop Rupert Graf zu Stolberg (53)

Titular Bishop of Sassura

Ordinaries

Metropolitan Archbishops of München und Freising (Roman Rite)

Cardinal Reinhard Marx (70)Cardinal Reinhard Marx (70)
(2007.11.30 – ...)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Corbiniano
Metropolitan Archbishop of München und Freising (Germany)
Coordinator of Council for the Economy

Ubi spiritus Domini ibi libertas

Born:1953.09.21 (Geseke, Germany)
Ordained Priest:1979.06.02
Consecrated Bishop:1996.09.21
Created Cardinal:2010.11.20

Priest of Paderborn (Germany) (1979.06.02 – 1996.07.23)

Chaplain of His Holiness (1993.06.21 – 1996.07.23)

Titular Bishop of Pićan (1996.07.23 – 2001.12.20)

Auxiliary Bishop of Paderborn (Germany) (1996.07.23 – 2001.12.20)

Bishop of Trier (Germany) (2001.12.20 – 2007.11.30)

Metropolitan Archbishop of München und Freising (Germany) (2007.11.30 – ...)

Vice-President of Commission of the Bishops’ Conferences of the European Community (2009.03 – 2012.03.22)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Corbiniano (2010.11.20 [2011.06.05] – ...)

President of Commission of the Bishops’ Conferences of the European Community (2012.03.22 – 2018.03.08)

Member of Council of Cardinals (2013.04.13 – 2023.03.07)

Coordinator of Council for the Economy (2014.03.08 – ...)

President of German Episcopal Conference (2014.03.12 – 2020.03.03)

Cardinal Friedrich Wetter (96)Cardinal Friedrich Wetter (96)
(Apostolic Administrator 2007.02.02 – 2007.11.30)

Cardinal Friedrich Wetter (96)Cardinal Friedrich Wetter (96)
(1982.10.28 – 2007.02.02)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Stefano al Monte Celio
Metropolitan Archbishop emeritus of München und Freising (Germany)

Pax vobis

Born:1928.02.20 (Landau, Germany)
Ordained Priest:1953.10.10
Consecrated Bishop:1968.06.29
Created Cardinal:1985.05.25

Priest of Speyer (Germany) (1953.10.10 – 1968.05.28)

Bishop of Speyer (Germany) (1968.05.28 – 1982.10.28)

Metropolitan Archbishop of München und Freising (Germany) (1982.10.28 – 2007.02.02)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Stefano al Monte Celio (1985.05.25 – ...)

Apostolic Administrator of München und Freising (Germany) (2007.02.02 – 2007.11.30)

Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger (later Pope Benedict XVI)
(1977.03.24 – 1982.02.15)

Cooperatores veritatis

Born:1927.04.16 (Marktl, Germany)
Ordained Priest:1951.06.29
Consecrated Bishop:1977.05.28
Created Cardinal:1977.06.27
Elected as Supreme Pontiff:2005.04.19
Installed as Supreme Pontiff:2005.04.24
Resigned as Supreme Pontiff:2013.02.28
Died:2022.12.31 (Vatican City State † 95)

Priest of München und Freising (Germany) (1951.06.29 – 1977.03.24)

Prelate of Honour of His Holiness (1976.06.26 – 1977.03.24)

Metropolitan Archbishop of München und Freising (Germany) (1977.03.24 – 1982.02.15)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Maria Consolatrice al Tiburtino (1977.06.27 – 1993.04.05)

Prefect of Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (1981.11.25 – 2005.04.02)

President of Pontifical Biblical Commission (1981.11.25 – 2005.04.02)

President of International Theological Commission (1981.11.25 – 2005.04.02)

President of Interdicastery Commission for the Catechism of the Catholic Church (1993.03 – 2005.04.02)

Cardinal-Bishop of Velletri–Segni (1993.04.05 – 2005.04.19)

Cardinal Vice-Dean of College of Cardinals (1998.11.06 – 2002.11.30)

Cardinal-Bishop of Ostia (2002.11.30 [2003.03.16] – 2005.04.19)

Cardinal Dean of College of Cardinals (2002.11.30 – 2005.04.19)

Supreme Pontiff (2005.04.19 [2005.04.24] – 2013.02.28)

Cardinal Julius Döpfner
(1961.07.03 – 1976.07.24)

Prædicamus crucifixum

Born:1913.08.26 (Hausen, Germany)
Ordained Priest:1939.10.29
Consecrated Bishop:1948.10.14
Created Cardinal:1958.12.15
Died:1976.07.24 (München, Germany † 62)

Bishop of Würzburg (Germany) (1948.08.11 – 1957.01.15)

Bishop of Berlin (Germany) (1957.01.15 – 1961.07.03)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Maria della Scala pro hac vice Title (1958.12.18 – 1976.07.24)

Metropolitan Archbishop of München und Freising (Germany) (1961.07.03 – 1976.07.24)

President of German Episcopal Conference (1966 – 1976)

Cardinal Joseph Wendel
(1952.08.09 – 1960.12.31)

Veritati et caritati

Born:1901.05.27 (Blieskastel, Germany)
Ordained Priest:1927.10.30
Consecrated Bishop:1941.06.29
Created Cardinal:1953.01.12
Died:1960.12.31 (München, Germany † 59)

Titular Bishop of Lebessus (1941.04.04 – 1943.06.04)

Coadjutor Bishop of Speyer (Germany) (1941.04.04 – 1943.06.04)

Bishop of Speyer (Germany) (1943.06.04 – 1952.08.09)

Metropolitan Archbishop of München und Freising (Germany) (1952.08.09 – 1960.12.31)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Maria Nuova (1953.01.15 – 1960.12.31)

Military Vicar of Germany (Germany) (1956.02.04 – 1960.12.31)

Cardinal Michael von Faulhaber
(1917.07.24 – 1952.06.12)

Vox temporis vox Dei

Born:1869.03.05 (Klosterheidenfeld, Germany)
Ordained Priest:1892.08.01
Consecrated Bishop:1911.02.19
Created Cardinal:1921.03.07
Died:1952.06.12 (München, Germany † 83)

Bishop of Speyer (Germany) ([1910.11.04] 1911.01.07 – 1917.07.24)

Metropolitan Archbishop of München und Freising (Germany) ([1917.07.24] 1917.07.24 – 1952.06.12)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Anastasia (1921.03.10 – 1952.06.12)

Protopriest of Sacred College of Cardinals (1952.05.11 – 1952.06.12)

Cardinal Franziskus von Bettinger
(1909.06.06 – 1917.04.12)

Pax in virtute

Born:1850.09.17 (Landstuhl, Germany)
Ordained Priest:1873.08.17
Consecrated Bishop:1909.08.15
Created Cardinal:1914.05.25
Died:1917.04.12 (München, Germany † 66)

Metropolitan Archbishop of München und Freising (Germany) (1909.06.06 – 1917.04.12)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Marcello (1914.05.28 – 1917.04.12)

Archbishop Franz Joseph von Stein
(1898.02.12 – 1909.05.04)

Born:1832.04.04 (Germany)
Ordained Priest:1855.08.10
Consecrated Bishop:1879.05.18
Died:1909.05.04 († 77)

Bishop of Würzburg (Germany) ([1878.10.19] 1879.02.28 – 1898.02.12)

Metropolitan Archbishop of München und Freising (Germany) ([1897.12.24] 1898.02.12 – 1909.05.04)

Archbishop Antonius von Thoma
(1889.12.30 – 1897.11.24)

Born:1829.03.01 (Germany)
Ordained Priest:1853.06.29
Consecrated Bishop:1889.07.28
Died:1897.11.24 († 68)

Bishop of Passau (Germany) ([1889.03.24] 1889.05.27 – 1889.10.23)

Metropolitan Archbishop of München und Freising (Germany) ([1889.10.23] 1889.12.30 – 1897.11.24)

Archbishop Antonius von Steichele
(1878.07.15 – 1889.10.09)

Born:1816.01.22 (Germany)
Ordained Priest:1838.08.28
Consecrated Bishop:1878.10.13
Died:1889.10.09 († 73)

Metropolitan Archbishop of München und Freising (Germany) ([1878.04.30] 1878.07.15 – 1889.10.09)

Archbishop Gregor von Scherr, O.S.B.
(1856.06.19 – 1877.10.24)

Born:1804.06.22 (Germany)
Ordained Priest:1829.08.04
Consecrated Bishop:1856.08.03
Died:1877.10.24 († 73)

Metropolitan Archbishop of München und Freising (Germany) ([1856.01.06] 1856.06.19 – 1877.10.24)

Cardinal Karl August Graf von Reisach
(1846.10.01 – 1856.06.19)

Born:1800.07.06 (Roth, Germany)
Ordained Priest:1828.08.10
Consecrated Bishop:1836.07.17
Created Cardinal:1855.12.17
Died:1869.12.22 (La Contamine-sur-Arve, France † 69)

Bishop of Eichstätt (Germany) ([1836.04.19] 1836.07.11 – 1846.10.01)

Coadjutor Archbishop of München und Freising (Germany) (1841.07.12 – 1846.10.01)

Metropolitan Archbishop of München und Freising (Germany) (1846.10.01 – 1856.06.19)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Anastasia (1855.12.20 – 1861.09.27)

Prefect of Sacred Congregation of Studies (1861.09.25 – 1867.02.22?)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Cecilia (1861.09.27 – 1868.06.22)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Anastasia in commendum (1861.09.27 – 1868.06.22)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1867.02.22 – 1868)

Cardinal-Bishop of Sabina (1868.06.22 – 1869.12.22)

Archbishop Lothar Anselm von Gebsattel
(1818.05.25 – 1846.10.01)

Born:1761.01.20 (Germany)
Ordained Priest:1796.12.06
Consecrated Bishop:1821.11.01
Died:1846.10.01 († 85)

Metropolitan Archbishop of München und Freising (Germany) ([1818.02.16] 1818.05.25 – 1846.10.01)

Bishops of Freising (Roman Rite)

Fr. Joseph Jakob von Heckenstaller
(1803.04.14 – 1818.02.16)

Born:1748.07.15 (Germany)
Ordained Priest:1772.09.19
Died:1832.11.07 († 84)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1803.04.14 – 1818.02.16)

Bishop Joseph Konrad von Schroffenberg, C.R.S.A.
(1790.06.21 – 1803.04.04)

Born:1743.02.03 (Germany)
Ordained Priest:1780.05.08
Consecrated Bishop:1790.08.22
Died:1803.04.04 († 60)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) ([1790.03.01] 1790.06.21 – 1803.04.04)

Bishop of Regensburg (Germany) ([1790.03.30] 1790.06.21 – 1803.04.04)

Bishop Max Polykarp Reichsgraf von Törring-Jettenbach
(1788.09.15 – 1789.12.30)

Born:1739.10.28 (Germany)
Ordained Priest:1762.10.03
Consecrated Bishop:1787.10.28
Died:1789.12.30 († 50)

Bishop of Regensburg (Germany) ([1787.04.20] 1787.09.28 – 1789.12.30)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) ([1788.05.26] 1788.09.15 – 1789.12.30)

Bishop Ludwig Joseph von Welden auf Laubheim und Hohenaltingen
(1769.06.12 – 1788.03.15)

Born:1727.05.11 (Germany)
Ordained Priest:1750.02.21
Consecrated Bishop:1769.09.10
Died:1788.03.15 († 60)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) ([1769.01.23] 1769.06.12 – 1788.03.15)

Archbishop Klemens Wenzeslaus von Sachsen
(1763.08.22 – 1768.08.20)

Born:1739.09.28 (Germany)
Ordained Priest:1764.04.29
Consecrated Bishop:1766.08.10
Died:1812.07.27 († 72)

Bishop of Regensburg (Germany) ([1763.04.27] 1763.05.04 – 1768.08.20)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) ([1763.04.18] 1763.08.22 – 1768.08.20)

Coadjutor Bishop of Augsburg (Germany) ([1764.11.05] 1765.03.27 – 1768.08.20)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Trier (Germany) ([1768.02.10] 1768.03.14 – 1801.11.29)

Bishop of Augsburg (Germany) (1768.08.20 – 1812.07.27)

Prince-Provost of Ellwangen (Germany) (1787 – 1803)

Cardinal Johann Theodor Herzog von Bayern (Jean-Théodore de Bavière)
(1727.02.23 – 1763.01.27)

Born:1703.09.03 (Germany)
Ordained Priest:1730.04.09
Consecrated Bishop:1730.10.01
Created Cardinal in pectore:1743.09.09
Revealed as Cardinal:1746.01.17
Died:1763.01.27 († 59)

Bishop of Regensburg (Germany) ([1719.07.29] 1721.10.14 – 1727.02.23)

Coadjutor Bishop of Freising (Germany) ([1723.11.19] 1726.04.12 – 1727.02.23)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1727.02.23 – 1763.01.27)

Apostolic Administrator of Regensburg (Germany) (1727.02.23 – 1763.01.27)

Bishop of Liège (Belgium) (1744.01.23 – 1763.01.27)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Lorenzo in Panisperna (1746.04.27 – 1759.02.12)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Maria in Ara Coeli (1759.02.12 – 1761.07.13)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Lorenzo in Lucina (1761.07.13 – 1763.01.27)

Bishop Johann Franz Freiherr von Eckher von Kapfing und Liechteneck
(1696.01.30 – 1727.02.23)

Born:1649.10.16
Ordained Priest:1674
Consecrated Bishop:1696.07.01
Died:1727.02.23 († 77)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) ([1695.01.29] 1696.01.30 – 1727.02.23)

Archbishop-elect Joseph Clemens von Bayern (Joseph-Clément de Bavière)
(1685.11.04 – 1694.09.29)

Candore et constantia

Born:1671.12.05 (Germany)
Ordained Priest:1706.12.24
Consecrated Bishop:1707.05.01
Died:1723.12.11 († 52)

Coadjutor Bishop of Regensburg (Germany) ([1683] 1683.07.09 – 1685.11.04)

Coadjutor Bishop of Freising (Germany) ([1684.11.27] 1685.10.06 – 1685.11.04)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1685.11.04 – 1694.09.29)

Bishop of Regensburg (Germany) (1685.11.04 – 1694.09.29)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Köln (Germany) ([1688.07.19] 1688.09.20 – 1723.12.11)

Bishop of Liège (Belgium) (1694.04.04 – 1723.12.11)

Coadjutor Bishop of Hildesheim (Germany) ([1694.01.18] 1694.06.01 – 1702.08.13)

Bishop of Regensburg (Germany) (1699.05.22 – 1716)

Bishop of Hildesheim (Germany) (1702.08.13 – 1723.12.11)

Bishop Johann Kaspar Kühner
(1664.12.15 – 1685.07.28)

Consecrated Bishop:1665.04.19
Died:1685.07.28

Titular Bishop of Centuria (1664.12.15 – 1685.07.28)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1664.12.15 – 1685.07.28)

Fr. Albrecht Sigmund Herzog von Bayern
(1651.12.08 – 1685.11.05)

Born:1623.08.05 (Germany)
Died:1685.11.05 († 62)

Coadjutor Bishop of Freising (Germany) ([1640.04.17] 1642.03.03 – 1651.12.08)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1651.12.08 – 1685.11.05)

Bishop of Regensburg (Germany) ([1668.07.30] 1669.06.03 – 1685.11.05)

Bishop Veit Adam Gepeckh von Arnsbach
(1618.05.14 – 1651.12.08)

Born:1584.06.15 (Germany)
Ordained Priest:1617
Consecrated Bishop:1618.06.24
Died:1651.12.08 († 67)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) ([1618.02.12] 1618.05.14 – 1651.12.08)

Bishop Stephan von Seiboldsdorf
(1613.03.07 – 1618.01.16)

Consecrated Bishop:1613.05
Died:1618.01.16

Bishop of Freising (Germany) ([1612.05.07] 1613.03.07 – 1618.01.16)

Archbishop Ernst von Bayern (Ernest de Bavière)
(1566.12.23 – 1612.02.17)

Born:1554.12.17 (Germany)
Ordained Priest:1577.06.19
Died:1612.02.17 († 57)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) ([1566.10.18] 1566.12.23 – 1612.02.17)

Bishop of Hildesheim (Germany) ([1573.03.07] 1573.10.04 – 1612.02.17)

Bishop of Liège (Belgium) ([1581.01.30] 1581.04.03 – 1612.02.17)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Köln (Germany) ([1583.06.02] 1583.10.07 – 1612.02.17)

Bishop of Münster (Germany) ([1585.05.18] 1585.11.27 – 1612.02.17)

Bishop Moritz von Sandizell
(1560.03.13 – 1566.10.18)

Died:1567.02.26

Bishop of Freising (Germany) ([1559.06.12] 1560.03.13 – 1566.10.18)

Bishop Leo Lösch von Hilkershausen
(1552.05.11 – 1559.04.08)

Died:1559.04.08

Bishop of Freising (Germany) ([1552.02.15] 1552.05.11 – 1559.04.08)

Bishop Heinrich Pfalzgraf von Rhein
(1541.01.05 – 1552.01.03)

Born:1487.02.14 (Germany)
Died:1552.01.03 († 64)

Prince-Provost of Ellwangen (Germany) (1521 – 1552.01.03)

Bishop of Worms (Germany) (1524.03.16 – 1552.01.03)

Bishop of Utrecht (Netherlands) ([1524.05.06] 1524.07.15 – 1529.08.20)

Coadjutor Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1540.08.26 – 1541.01.05)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1541.01.05 – 1552.01.03)

Bishop Philipp von der Pfalz
(1498.12.03 – 1541.01.05)

Born:1480.07.05 (Germany)
Consecrated Bishop:1507
Died:1541.01.05 († 60)

Coadjutor Bishop of Naumburg (Germany) (? – 1517.09.26)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1498.12.03 – 1541.01.05)

Bishop of Naumburg (Germany) (1517.09.26 – 1541.01.05)

Fr. Ruprecht Pfalzgraf von Rhein
(1496.02.08 – 1498.12.03)

Born:1481.05.14 (Germany)
Died:1503.12.01 († 22)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) ([1495.08.01] 1496.02.08 – 1498.12.03)

Bishop Sixtus von Tannberg
(1474.01.12 – 1495.07.14)

Consecrated Bishop:1474.04.10
Died:1495.07.14

Bishop of Gurk (Austria) (1470.04.23 – 1474.01.12)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1474.01.12 – 1495.07.14)

Bishop Johannes Tulbeck
(1453.03.09 – 1473.11)

Died:1476.05.20

Bishop of Freising (Germany) ([1453.01] 1453.03.09 – 1473.11)

Pseudocardinal Johann Grünwalder
(1448.01.15 – 1452.12.02)

Born:1390 (Germany)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal:1440.10.02
Consecrated Bishop:
Resigned as Cardinal:1448.01.15
Died:1452.12.02 († 61)

Pseudocardinal-Priest of S. Martino ai Monti (1440.10.02 – 1448.01.15)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1448.01.15 – 1452.12.02)

Bishop Heinrich Schlick
(1443.09.11 – 1448.01.15)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1443.09.11 – 1448.01.15)

Bishop Nikodemus della Scala
(1422 – 1443.08.13)

Died:1443.08.13

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1422 – 1443.08.13)

Bishop Hermann Graf von Cilli
(1412.07.26 – 1421)

Died:1421

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1412.07.26 – 1421)

Bishop Konrad von Hebenstreit
(1411.03.23 – 1412)

Died:1412

Bishop of Gurk (Austria) (1402.07.21 – 1411.03.23)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1411.03.23 – 1412)

Bishop Berthold von Wehingen
(1381.09.20 – 1410.09.07)

Died:1410.09.07

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1381.09.20 – 1410.09.07)

Bishop Leopold von Sturmberg
(1378.04 – 1381.08.05)

Died:1381.08.05

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1378.04 – 1381.08.05)

Bishop Paul von Jägerndorf
(1359.05.15 – 1377)

Bishop of Gurk (Austria) (1351.10.24 – 1359.05.15)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1359.05.15 – 1377)

Bishop Albrecht von Hohenberg
(1349.10.07 – 1359.04.25)

Died:1359.04.25

Bishop of Würzburg (Germany) (1345.10.19 – 1349.10.07)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1349.10.07 – 1359.04.25)

Bishop Johannes Hake
(1341.10.10 – 1349)

Died:1349

Bishop of Verden (Germany) (1331.03.27 – 1341.10.10)

Apostolic Administrator of Verden (Germany) (1341.10.10 – 1342.06.25)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1341.10.10 – 1349)

Bishop Konrad von Klingenberg
(1324.07.05 – 1340.04.08)

Died:1340.04.08

Bishop of Brixen (Italy) (1322 – 1324.07.05)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1324.07.05 – 1340.04.08)

Bishop Johann von Schlackenwert
(1323.12.23 – 1324.04.25)

Died:1324.04.25

Bishop of Brixen (Italy) (1306 – 1322)

Bishop of Bamberg (Germany) (1322.06.16 – 1323.12.23)

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1323.12.23 – 1324.04.25)

Bishop Konrad Sendlinger
(1314.10.03 – 1322.04.12)

Died:1322.04.12

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1314.10.03 – 1322.04.12)

Bishop Gottfried von Hexenagger
(1311.09.01 – 1314.08.27)

Died:1314.08.27

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1311.09.01 – 1314.08.27)

Bishop Emicho Wildgraf
(1283.01.24 – 1311.07.28)

Died:1311.07.28

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1283.01.24 – 1311.07.28)

Bishop Friedrich von Montalban
(1280.01.13 – 1282.12.08)

Died:1282.12.08

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1280.01.13 – 1282.12.08)

Bishop Konrad Wildgraf
(1258.04 – 1278.04.29)

Died:1278.04.29

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1258.04 – 1278.04.29)

Bishop Konrad von Tölz und Hohenburg
(1230.10.24 – 1258.01.18)

Died:1258.01.18

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1230.10.24 – 1258.01.18)

Bishop Gerold von Waldeck
(1220.04.20 – 1230 deposed)

Died:1231

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1220.04.20 – 1230 deposed)

Bishop Otto Graf von Berg
(1184.12 – 1220.03.17)

Died:1220.03.17

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1184.12 – 1220.03.17)

Bishop Albert von Hartshausen
(1158.11.22 – 1184.11.11)

Died:1184.11.11

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1158.11.22 – 1184.11.11)

Blessed Bishop Otto von Österreich, O. Cist.
(1138 – 1158)

Died:1158.09.22

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1138 – 1158)

Bishop and religious of Order of Cistercians (Cistercians).

Bishop Heinrich I Graf von Tengling
(1098.06.28 – 1137.10.09)

Died:1137.10.09

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1098.06.28 – 1137.10.09)

Bishop Meginward
(1078.03.22 – 1098.04.28)

Died:1098.04.28

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1078.03.22 – 1098.04.28)

Bishop Ellenhard Graf von Tirol
(1052.07.03 – 1078.03.11)

Died:1078.03.11

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1052.07.03 – 1078.03.11)

Bishop Nitker
(1039.12.02 – 1052.04.13)

Died:1052.04.13

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1039.12.02 – 1052.04.13)

Bishop Egilbert
(1006.07 – 1039.11.04)

Died:1039.11.04

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (1006.07 – 1039.11.04)

Bishop Gottschalk
(993.09.01 – 1006.05.06)

Died:1006.05.06

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (993.09.01 – 1006.05.06)

Bishop Abraham
(957.12 – 993.06.07)

Died:993.06.07

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (957.12 – 993.06.07)

Saint Bishop Lantbert
(938.08.28 – 957.09.19)

Died:957.09.19

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (938.08.28 – 957.09.19)

Bishop.

Bishop Wolfram
(926.12.10 – 938.07)

Died:938.07

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (926.12.10 – 938.07)

Bishop Dracholf
(908.02 – 926.05.24)

Died:926.05.24

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (908.02 – 926.05.24)

Bishop Uto
(906.06 – 907.06.28)

Died:907.06.28

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (906.06 – 907.06.28)

Bishop Waldo
(883.10.19 – 906.05.18)

Died:906.05.18

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (883.10.19 – 906.05.18)

Bishop Arnold, O.S.B.
(875.12.04 – 883.09.22)

Died:883.09.22

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (875.12.04 – 883.09.22)

Bishop Anno
(854.03.01 – 875.10.09)

Died:875.10.09

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (854.03.01 – 875.10.09)

Bishop Erchanbert
(835.01.29 – 854.01.11)

Died:854.01.11

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (835.01.29 – 854.01.11)

Bishop Hitto, O.S.B.
(811 – 834.12.11)

Died:834.12.11

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (811 – 834.12.11)

Bishop Atto
(784.06 – 810.09.27)

Died:810.09.27

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (784.06 – 810.09.27)

Bishop Arbeo
(764 – 784.05.04)

Died:784.05.04

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (764 – 784.05.04)

Bishop Joseph
(749.03 – 764.01.17)

Died:764.01.17

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (749.03 – 764.01.17)

Bishop Ermbert
(730 – 749.01.01)

Died:749.01.01

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (730 – 749.01.01)

Saint Bishop Korbinian (Corbinian)
(724 – 730.09.08)

Died:730.09.08

Bishop of Freising (Germany) (724 – 730.09.08)

Bishop.

Former Prelates

Special Churches

Augsburg (↖), Regensburg (↑), Passau (↗), Linz (→), Salzburg (↘), Innsbruck (↓)

Statistics (2021.12.31)

Area: 12,082 km²

Population: 1,768,000 Catholics (45.9% of 3,848,941 total)

Pastoral Centres: 747 parishes, 28 missions

Personnel: 950 priests (616 diocesan, 334 religious), 294 deacons, 1,864 religious (434 brothers, 1,430 sisters), 19 seminarians

Population

Pastoral Centres

Priests

Deacons

Religious

Seminarians

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