Diocese of

Saint Clement at Saratov

Russia Russia

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Continents: East Europe, Central and Southwest Asia

Rite: Roman (Latin)

Type: Diocese Diocese

Name: Saint Clement at Saratov (English) / Святого Климента в Саратове (русский язык) / San Clemente a Saratov (Italiano) / Saratovien(sis) Sancti Clementis (Latin)

Ecclesiastical Province: Mother of God at Moscow

Depends on: Dicastery for Bishops

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Celebrations

Patron Saint: Saint Clement I (November 23)

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History

Present Prelates

Bishop (2002.02.11 – ...):Bishop Clemens Pickel (62)Bishop Clemens Pickel (62)

Ordinaries

Bishops of Saint Clement at Saratov (Roman Rite)

Bishop Clemens Pickel (62)Bishop Clemens Pickel (62)
(2002.02.11 – ...)

Bishop of Saint Clement at Saratov (Russia)

Veni Domine Jesu

Born:1961.08.17 (Colditz, Germany)
Ordained Priest:1988.06.25
Consecrated Bishop:1998.06.07

Priest of Dresden–Meißen (Germany) (1988.06.25 – 1998.03.23)

Auxiliary Bishop of European Russia (Russia) (1998.03.23 – 1999.11.23)

Titular Bishop of Chusira (1998.03.23 – 2002.02.11)

Apostolic Administrator of Southern European Russia (Russia) (1999.11.23 – 2002.02.11)

Bishop of Saint Clement at Saratov (Russia) (2002.02.11 – ...)

Vice-President of Conference of Catholic Bishops of Russia (2011.01.19 – 2017.03.17)

President of Conference of Catholic Bishops of Russia (2017.03.17 – 2020.03.12)

Apostolic Administrators of Southern European Russia (Roman Rite)

Bishop Clemens Pickel (62)Bishop Clemens Pickel (62)
(1999.11.23 – 2002.02.11)

(see above)

Special Churches

Odessa–Simferopol (↙), Kharkiv–Zaporizhia (←), Mother of God at Moscow (↖), Transfiguration at Novosibirsk (↗), Azerbaigian (↓), Caucasus (↓)

Statistics (2022.12.31)

Area: 1,400,000 km²

Population: 20,500 Catholics (0.0% of 49,869,363 total)

Pastoral Centres: 42 parishes, 26 missions

Personnel: 34 priests (13 diocesan, 21 religious), 69 religious (27 brothers, 42 sisters), 2 seminarians

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