Diocese of

Trujillo

Honduras Honduras

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Continent: Central America

Rite: Roman (Latin)

Type: Diocese Diocese

Name: Trujillo / Truxillen(sis) in Honduria (Latin)

Ecclesiastical Province: San Pedro Sula

Depends on: Dicastery for Evangelisation

Celebrations

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History

Present Prelates

Bishop (2023.03.10 – ...):Bishop Henry Orlando Ruiz Mora (51)Bishop Henry Orlando Ruiz Mora (51)

Ordinaries

Bishops of Trujillo (Roman Rite)

Bishop Henry Orlando Ruiz Mora (51)Bishop Henry Orlando Ruiz Mora (51)
(2023.03.10 – ...)

Bishop of Trujillo (Honduras)

Junto a la Cruz de Jesús

Born:1973.01.25 (Santa Cruz del Potrero, Honduras)
Ordained Priest:1998.05.30
Consecrated Bishop:2023.05.06

Priest of Juticalpa (Honduras) (1998.05.30 – 2023.03.10)

Bishop of Trujillo (Honduras) (2023.03.10 – ...)

Bishop Luis Felipe Solé Fa, C.M. (77)Bishop Luis Felipe Solé Fa, C.M. (77)
(2005.03.18 – 2023.03.10)

Bishop emeritus of Trujillo (Honduras)

Born:1946.07.23 (Tarragona, Spain)
Ordained Priest:1973.12.29
Consecrated Bishop:2005.06.29

Bishop of Trujillo (Honduras) (2005.03.18 – 2023.03.10)

General Secretary of Episcopal Conference of Honduras (2007? – 2016.06.13)

Bishop Virgilio López Irías, O.F.M.
(1987.07.03 – 2004.06.22)

Born:1937.09.29 (Honduras)
Ordained Priest:1973.07.14
Consecrated Bishop:1987.10.07
Died:2004.06.22 († 66)

Bishop of Trujillo (Honduras) (1987.07.03 – 2004.06.22)

Bishop-elect Jerónimo de Corella, O.S.H.
(1556.06.12 – 1561)

Consecrated Bishop:1562
Died:1575.07.31

Bishop of Trujillo (Honduras) (1556.06.12 – 1561)

Bishop of Comayagua (Honduras) (1561 – 1575.07.31)

Bishop Cristóbal de Pedraza
(1541.02.11 – 1553)

Born:1485 (Spain)
Consecrated Bishop:1541.02.04
Died:1553 († 68)

Bishop of Trujillo (Honduras) (1541.02.11 – 1553)

Former Prelates

Special Churches

Yoro (↙), La Ceiba (←), Siuna (↘), Juticalpa (↓)

Statistics (2021.12.31)

Area: 25,296 km²

Population: 242,000 Catholics (53.0% of 457,000 total)

Pastoral Centres: 10 parishes, 1 mission

Personnel: 20 priests (10 diocesan, 10 religious), 37 religious (11 brothers, 26 sisters), 6 seminarians

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Last updated on 2024.02.22

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