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Ibáñez, Ignacio

 

 

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Born 07.06.1848 Toro (Zamora), member of O.P. 1865, priest 07.04.1872, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Amyzon and Apostolic Vicar of Amoy 04.05.1893, consecrated 08.10.1893 in Amoy, consecrator Mons. Oñate [1], died 14.10.1893 Amoy [2]

 

Ibáñez y Aparicio, Celestino

 

 

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Born 19.05.1873 Becerril de Campos (Palencia), member of O.F.M. 15.10.1891, priest 24.09.1898, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Bagen and Apostolic Vicar of Scen-Si Settentrionale 12.04.1911, consecrated 10.09.1911 in Tsinanfu, consecrator Mons. Giesen, nominated Bishop of Yenan 11.04.1946, emeritus 13.01.1949, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Ceceri 13.01.1949, nominated Apostolic Administrator of Yenan 11.07.1949, died 18.08.1951 Madrid [3]

 

Imhof, Eugen

 

 

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Born 09.02.1899 Aargau (Basel), Switzerland, priest 23.12.1922, member of S.M.B. 09.1924, nominated Superior Tsitsikar 28.04.1929, nominated Apostolic Prefect of Tsitsikar 13.07.1931, died 17.01.1934 in Heilungkiang (train accident) [4]

 

 

Jacobus (Italianus de Capha, Jacobus Camporea) [5]

 

Born (unknown date), member of O.P., priest, nominated Archbishop of Khanbaliq 08.03.1427, consecrated, nominated Bishop of Caffa (Pontus) 23.01.1441, died (unknwon date) [6]

 

Jandard, André

 

Born 21.03.1809 Ardillats (France), priest 20.05.1837, member of C.M. 13.11.1843, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Hadrianopolis in Honoriade and Apost. Vicar of Kiam-Si 27.08.1850, declined nomination, Apost. Administrator of Honan 1865, died 15.11.1867 Peking [6a]

 

 

Jans, Trudo Johannes

 

 

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Born 04.03.1877 Liege, member of O.F.M. 1896, priest 08.09.1903, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Rhosus and Apostolic Vicar of Hu-Pè Occiduo-Meridionale 23.12.1923, consecrated 01.05.1924 in Changsha, consecrator Mons. Mondaini, died 09.09.1929 Siao-tang (assassinated) [7]

 

Janssens, Louis

 

 

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Born 24.10.1876 Stabroeck (Mechelen), member of C.I.C.M. 1895 [8], priest 14.07.1903, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Faustinopolis and Coadjutor of Jehol 07.07.1922, consecrated 26.11.1922 in Songchoutsnitze, consecrator Mons. Abels, nominated Apostolic Vicar of Jehol 04.02.1942, nominated Bishop of Jehol 11.04.1946, emeritus 09.01.1948, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Acarasso 09.01.1948, died 14.04.1950 Mechelen [9]

 

Jantzen, Louis Gabriel Xavier

 

 

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Born 23.09.1885 Nancy, member of M.E.P., priest 26.09.1909, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Tremithus and Apostolic Vicar of Chungking 16.02.1925, consecrated 21.09.1926 in Chungking, consecrator Mons. Renault, nominated Archbishop of Chungking 11.04.1946, emeritus 24.10.1950, nominated Tit.-Archbishop of Fasi 24.10.1950, died 28.08.1953 Montbeton (Montauban) [10]

 

Jarlin, Stanislas François

 

 

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Born 20.01.1856 Sete (Cette) (Montpellier), member of C.M. 07.05.1884, priest 20.01.1889, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Pharbaethus and Coadjutor of Ce-Li Settentrionale 24.12.1899, consecrated 29.04.1900 in Peking, consecrator Mons. Favier, nominated Apostolic Vicar of Ce-Li Settentrionale 04.04.1905, died 26.01.1933 Peking [11]

 

 

Jarre, Cyrill Rudolph

 

 

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Born 02.02.1878 Ahrweiler (Trier), Germany, member of O.F.M. 1894, priest 14.08.1903, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Metropoli di Asia and Apostolic Vicar of Tsinanfu 18.05.1929, consecrated 25.07.1930 in Trier, consecrator Mons. Bornewasser [12], nominated Archbishop of Tsinan 11.04.1946, arrested 1951, died 08.03.1952 Tsinanfu [13]

 

Jesacher, Johannes Damascus

 

Born 18.05.1880 Absam (Innsbruck), member of O.F.M. 1896 or 1897, priest 1903,

nominated Apostolic Administrator of Yungchow 1928, nominated Apostolic Prefect of Yunchow 30.05.1931, died 25.01.1947 Yungchow [14]

 

Ji Chengyi, Cosmas

 

Born, priest, elected bishop of Zhumadian April 2015, with papal approval [15]

 

Ji Huairang, John

 

Born 1909, member of O.F.M., priest 1936, Bishop of Sian, consecrated 18.12.1981 in Peking, consecrator Joseph Zhong Huaide, died 24.02.1987 [16]

 

Ji Zengwei, Paul

 

Born 13.07.1968, priest 24.04.1994, Bishop in Chengdu, consecrated 05.07.2004, consecrator Hu Daguo [17]

 

Jia Fu-shan (Kia Fu Chan), Henry

 

Born 1922, priest 1948, Bishop of Yiduxian, consecrated 01.06.1958 in Jinan, consecrator Mons. Ignatius Pi Shu-shi, died 1966-1976 [18]

 

Jia Zhiguo (Kia Zhi Cuo, Jia Shoushen), Julius

 

 

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Born 05.06.1934, priest 07.06.1980, Bishop of Shijiazhuang, consecrated 19.12.1980 in Paoting (?), consecrator Peter Fan Xueyan [19]

 

Jiang Liren, John

 

Born 1917, priest 1947, Bishop of Bameng 1989, consecrated 29.06.1989, consecrator Peter Liu Guandong, Coadjutor of Hohhot 2000, died 00.12.2001 [20]

 

 

Jiang Ming Yuan, Joseph

 

Born 21.02.1931 Dacaozhuang, Ningjin county, priest 12.07.1981 or 08.12.1981, Coadjutor of Zhaoxian, consecrated 08.08.2000 in Zhaoxian?, consecrator Raymund Wang Chong Lin, Bishop of Zhaoxian 22.03.2006, died 13.07.2008 Biancun [21]

 

Jiang Taoran, Paul

 

 

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Born 27.7.1926 Qingyuan county (Baoding), priest 1953, Bishop of Shijiazhuang 1989, consecrated 21.05.1989 in Shijiazhuang, consecrator Joseph Zhong Huai-de, Pope Benedict XVI remitted Bishop Jiang and approved him as “a legitimate bishop without jurisdiction” in 2008, died 15.11.2010 Shijiazhuang [22]

 

Jin Daoyuan, Andrew

 

 

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Born 13.06.1929, priest 01.07.1956, Bishop of Changzhi [23], consecrated 06.01.2000 in Peking, consecrator Joseph Liu Yuanren, retired 2002 or 2008 [23a]

 

Jin Dechen, Joseph

 

 

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Born 1918 or 19.06.1919 Jingang village, priest 1944 or 1947, Bishop of Nanyang, consecrated 1981, consecrator Julius Jia Zhiguo, again Bishop of Nanyang 15.03.1993, consecrated again 15.03.1993, consecrator Zhang Boren, died 21.11.2002 [24]

 

Jin Lugang, Petrus

 

 

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Born 1955 Jingang village, priest 08.12.1992, Coadjutor of Nanyang, consecrated 14.12.2007, consecrator Wei Jingyi [25]

 

Jin Lu-xian, Aloysius

 

 

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Born 20.06.1916 Shanghai, 1938 member of S.J., priest 1945, 1955-73 in prison, 1973-1982 in labor camp, Aux.-Bishop of Shanghai 07.12.1984, consecrated 27.01.1985 in Shanghai, consecrator Joseph Zhong Huai-de, 2005 reconciled with the Holy See, Coadjutor Bishop [26] of Shanghai since 2005, died 27.04.2013 Shanghai[27]

 

Jin Peixian, Pius

 

 

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Born 16.03.1924 Dandong City/Fushun, priest 29.1.1951, Bishop of Liaoning 1989, consecrated 21.05.1989 in Shijiazhuang, consecrator Joseph Zhong Huai-de, emeritus 29.06.2008, died 04.11.2008 [28]

 

Jolly, Louis

 

Born 05.12.1836 Lenloître (Poitiers), member of M.E.P. 27.08.1857, priest 02.06.1860, nominated 06.08.1875 Apost. Prefect of  Kuangsi, retired 10.11.1877, died 16.03.1878 Paris [28a]

 

 

 

Jonghe d’ Ardoye, Georges de

 

 

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Born 23.04.1887 Saint-Gilles-les-Bruxelles (Mechelen), member of M.E.P., priest 21.06.1910, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Amathus and Apostolic Vicar of Yunnan 23.05.1933, consecrated 17.09.1933 in Paris, consecrator Mons. Budes de Guebriant, nominated  Tit.-Archbishop of Misthia and Apostolic Delegate to Iraq 17.10.1938, nominated Apostolic Delegate to Indonesia 06.07.1947, nominated Apostolic Nuncio to Indonesia 16.03.1950, nominated Apostolic Nuncio to Egypt 03.05.1955, emeritus 23.11.1956,  died 28.08.1961 Bruxelles [29]

 

Joosten, Frans

 

 

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Born 09.04.1874 Grubbenvorst (Roermond), member of C.I.C.M. 1894, priest 1899, nominated Apostolic Prefect of Tatung 19.02.1932, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Germanicopolis and Apostolic Vicar of Tatung 14.06.1932, consecrated 28.08.1932, consecrator Cardinal Van Rossum [30], nominated Bishop of Tatung 11.04.1946, emeritus 20.11.1947, nominated Tit.-Bishop of Sagalasso 20.11.1947, died 02.05.1948 Nijmegen [31]

 

Joset, Theodor

 

Born 07.10.1804 Courfaivre /Helvetia, priest 1830, nominated Apostolic Prefect of Hongkong 22.04.1841, died 05.08.1842 Hongkong [32]

 

Julliotte, Paul Marie Joseph


 

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Born 27.04.1867 Brunoy (Versailles), priest 29.06.1893, member of SS.CC. 1900, nominated Superior Hainan 20.11.1929, nominated Apostolic Prefect of Hainan 30.06.1936, emeritus 00.02.1939, died 30.08.1956 Montgeron [33] 



[1] See Wenceslao Oñate, O.P. (1841-1897), Apost. Vicar of Central Tonking (today diocese of Bùi Chu), Vietnam since 1884

[2] See Eubel 8:97

[3] See Perraud, Eubel 9:77, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:429

[4] See Perraud, Missionshaus Bethlehem Archiv; www.hls-dhs-dss.ch; Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (1):66

[5] See Eubel 1:260

[6] See Perraud, Eubel 1:260, Gams 1873:126; according to Eubel he was nominated archbishop 02.10.1426, according to Gams 08.01.1427

[6a] See Planchet 1917:153, catholic-hierarchy.org, Van den Brandt 1936:49

[7] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:662 according to Bibl. Miss. he was born 04.11.1877 at Sussen/Liege

[8] See Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:576

[9] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:576; according to Bibl.Miss.he died 12.04.1950 in Antwerpen

[10] See Perraud; Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (2):281; according to Bibl.Miss. he was Administrator of Chungking since 1950

[11] See Perraud, Eubel 8:451 , Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:554; Planchet 1917:38, according to Eubel he was nominated Coadjutor 28.12.1899; according to Bibl. Miss. he died 27.01.1933

[12] Franz Rudolph Bornewasser (1866-1951), since 1922 Bishop of Trier

[13] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (1):191, Annuario Pontificio 1934

[14] See Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.13:716

[15] See UCANews 30.4.2015, 3.2.2016

[16] See letter of Bishop Li Duan to authors; PEM 149, 150

[17] See Politi 2010:53

[18] See Politi 2010:14; information of Charles Bransom to authors

[19] See letter of Bishop to Dr. Kierein, PEM 135; Lam 2005/I, Politi 2010:23; Politi 2011:5; according to Politi the consecration was 08.02.1981

[20] See PEM 119, 152, 176, Lam 2000/I:42, Politi 2010:36

[21] See UCANews 15.7.08, PEM 160, Lam 2005/I, Politi 2010:50, Cardinale 2017:72

[22] See letter of the Bishop to authors, PEM 118, 150, Lam 2000/I:157, PEM 118, 150, 151 and 152, UCANews 15.11.2010; Annuario Pontificio  2011:1153

[23] According to UCANews 14.11.2016 CPA recognized him as Bishop, not as retired Bishop. For Rome he is "recognized by the Vatican as bishop but without any authority to manage the diocese", See also UCANews Directory

[23a] See PEM 157, 182, Lam 2005/I, Politi 2010:49, UCANews, according to PEM 182 he retired in 2002, according to UCANews the Vatican accepted him as Bishop without diocese in 2008.

[24] See Guide to the Catholic Church in China 2008:426, PEM 152, Politi 2010:42;

[25] See letter of bishop to authors; Politi 2010:56

[26] According to UCANews 5.7.2012, 7.7.2012 and KNA Infodienst Nr.13/2014:12 the Holy See approved him as Coadjutor Bishop of Shanghai since 2005. CPA recognized him as Bishop of Shanghai since 1988.

[27] See PEM 150, Politi 2010:31, http://www.ucanews.com/diocesan-directory/html/dps-ch_shanghai.php, asianews 27.4.2013

[28] See letter of Bishop to authors; PEM 118, 150, UCANews 4.11.2008, Lam 2005/I; See UCANews 9.7.2008, www.usccb.net/usccb_new/newsletter (Issue No. 76) according to usccb newsletter the Holy See recognized him as Archbishop of Shenyang  

[18a], See Planchet 1917:246, Archives des M.E.P.,

[29] See Perraud, www.apostolische-nachfolge.de, Annuario Pontificio

[30] Willem van Rossum, C.SS.R. (1854-1932), 1911 Cardinal, since 1918 Prefect of the S.C. for the Propagation of the Faith

[31] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (2):437

[32] See Website of Diocese of Hongkong (http://archives.catholic.org.hk/In%20Memoriam/Clergy-Brother/T-Joset.htm);  http://www.bdcconline.net/en/stories/j/joset-theodore.php, http://www.hls-dhs-dss.ch/textes/f/F9890.php; according to www.hls-dhs-dss.ch-Website he was ordained to priesthood in 1831

[33] See Perraud, Bibliotheca Missionum Vol.14 (1):435; according to Bibl.Miss he retired in 1938