Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Belgrade

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The Catholic Archdiocese of Belgrade (Latin: Archidioecesis Belogradensis; Serbo-Croatian: Beogradska nadbiskupija; Hungarian: Belgrádi főegyházmegye) is an archdiocese located in the city of Belgrade in Serbia.


In order to regulate status of local Catholic Church, the government of the Kingdom of Serbia concluded official Concordat with Holy See on 24 June 1914. By the Second Article of Concordat, it was decided that regular Catholic Archdiocese of Belgrade shall be created. Because of the breakout of the First World War, those provisions could not be implemented, and only after 1918 were new arrangements made: October 29, 1924: Promoted as Archdiocese of Belgrade December 16, 1986: Promoted as Metropolitan Archdiocese of Belgrade

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Smederevo (Since December 23, 1729)


Bishops of Beograd Bishop Jozef Ignác de Vilt (22 December 1800 – 26 August 1806) Bishop Stefan Cech (26 September 1814 – 8 January 1821) Bishop Venceslao Soic (23 December 1858 – 8 January 1869) Bishop Giovanni Paolesic (4 July 1871 – 1893) Archbishops of Beograd Archbishop Ivan Rafael Rodić, O.F.M. (29 October 1924 – 28 November 1936) Archbishop Josip Antun Ujcic (28 November 1936 – 24 March 1964) Archbishop Gabrijel Bukatko (24 March 1964 – 4 March 1980) Archbishop Alojz Turk (4 March 1980 – 16 December 1986) Archbishop Franc Perko (16 December 1986 – 31 March 2001) Archbishop Stanislav Hočevar, S.D.B. (31 March 2001 – present)

Suffragan dioceses

Diocese of Subotica Diocese of Zrenjanin

Titular dioceses on the territory of Archdiocese

Naissus (see), titular see.
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