List of the Catholic bishops of the United States


List of the Catholic bishops of the United States

The following is the List of the Catholic bishops of the United States. The Roman Catholic Church in the United States, informally known as the American Catholic Church, comprises 195 dioceses led by residential bishops. Auxiliary bishops serve in association with the residential bishops in larger dioceses. Dioceses led by archbishops are called archdioceses. There are thirty-two archbishops who serve as metropolitan bishops of their respective ecclesiastical provinces. As of March 2007, nine of these metropolitans have been designated Cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church.

In addition to the 195 dioceses, there are several other dioceses in the nation's overseas dependencies. There are also dioceses and eparchies of the Eastern Catholic Churches. A special archdiocese was created by the Vatican for the United States military. Such bodies are also organized into metropolitan provinces of their own.

All bishops in the United States and the U.S. Virgin Islands, residential and auxiliary, are members of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. Bishops in Puerto Rico form their own episcopal conference. Those from insular areas in the Pacific Ocean are members of the Episcopal Conference of the Pacific.

Province of Anchorage

The Metropolitan Province of Anchorage comprises the state of Alaska.
*Roger Lawrence Schwietz, OMI, Archbishop of Anchorage
*Francis T. Hurley, Archbishop Emeritus of Anchorage
*Donald Joseph Kettler, Bishop of Fairbanks
*Diocese of Juneau (vacant see)

Province of Atlanta

The Metropolitan Province of Atlanta comprises the states of Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina.

*Wilton D. Gregory, Archbishop of Atlanta
*John F. Donoghue, Archbishop Emeritus of Atlanta
*Bishopric of Charleston (vacant see)
*David B. Thompson, Bishop Emeritus of Charleston
*Peter Joseph Jugis, Bishop of Charlotte
*William G. Curlin, Bishop Emeritus of Charlotte
*Michael Francis Burbidge, Bishop of Raleigh
*F. Joseph Gossman, Bishop Emeritus of Raleigh
*J. Kevin Boland, Bishop of Savannah
*Raymond W. Lessard, Bishop Emeritus of Savannah

Province of Baltimore

The Metropolitan Province of Baltimore comprises all but five counties of the state of Maryland, and all of the states of Delaware, Virginia and West Virginia.

*Edwin Frederick O'Brien, Archbishop of Baltimore
*William Keeler, Cardinal Archbishop Emeritus of Baltimore
*Denis J. Madden, Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore
*Mitchell T. Rozanski, Auxiliary Bishop of Baltimore
*Paul Stephen Loverde, Bishop of Arlington
*Francis Xavier DiLorenzo, Bishop of Richmond
*Michael Joseph Bransfield, Bishop of Wheeling-Charleston
*William Francis Malooly, Bishop of Wilmington
*Michael Angelo Saltarelli, Bishop Emeritus of Wilmington

Province of Boston

The Metropolitan Province of Boston comprises the states of Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont.

*Seán Patrick O'Malley, OFM Cap, Cardinal Archbishop of Boston
*Robert Francis Hennessey, Auxiliary Bishop of Boston
*Emilio S. Allué, Auxiliary Bishop of Boston
*Francis X. Irwin, Auxiliary Bishop of Boston
*John Anthony Dooher, Auxiliary Bishop of Boston
*Walter James Edyvean, Auxiliary Bishop of Boston
*John P. Boles, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Boston
*Salvatore Ronald Matano, Bishop of Burlington
*George William Coleman, Bishop of Fall River
*John Brendan McCormack, Bishop of Manchester
*Richard Joseph Malone, Bishop of Portland in Maine
*Timothy Anthony McDonnell, Bishop of Springfield in Massachusetts
*Robert Joseph McManus, Bishop of Worcester

Province of Chicago

The Metropolitan Province of Chicago comprises the state of Illinois.

*Francis George, OMI, Cardinal Archbishop of Chicago
*John R. Gorman, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Chicago
*Thad J. Jakubowski, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Chicago
*Timothy Lyne, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Chicago
*Raymond E. Goedert, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Chicago
*John R. Manz, Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago
*Joseph N. Perry, Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago
*Francis J. Kane, Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago
*Thomas J. Paprocki, Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago
*Gustavo Garcia-Siller, Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago
*George J. Rassas, Auxiliary Bishop of Chicago
*Edward Kenneth Braxton, Bishop of Belleville
*James Peter Sartain, Bishop of Joliet
*Daniel Robert Jenky, CSC, Bishop of Peoria
*Thomas George Doran, Bishop of Rockford
*George Joseph Lucas, Bishop of Springfield in Illinois

Province of Cincinnati

The Metropolitan Province of Cincinnati comprises the state of Ohio.

*Daniel Edward Pilarczyk, Archbishop of Cincinnati
*Carl K. Moeddel, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Cincinnati
*Richard Lennon, Bishop of Cleveland
*Alexander James Quinn, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Cleveland
*Frederick F. Campbell, Bishop of Columbus
*Robert Daniel Conlon, Bishop of Steubenville
*Leonard Paul Blair, Bishop of Toledo
*George Murry, SJ, Bishop of Youngstown

Province of Denver

The Metropolitan Province of Denver comprises the states of Colorado and Wyoming.

*Charles Joseph Chaput, OFM Cap, Archbishop of Denver
*James Conley, Auxiliary Bishop of Denver
*Bishopric of Cheyenne (vacant see)
*Michael John Sheridan, Bishop of Colorado Springs
*Arthur Nicholas Tafoya, Bishop of Pueblo

Province of Detroit

The Metropolitan Province of Detroit comprises the state of Michigan.

*Adam Maida, Cardinal Archbishop of Detroit
*Edmund Szoka, Cardinal President Emeritus of the Pontifical Commission for Vatican City State and Archbishop Emeritus of Detroit
*Moses B. Anderson, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Detroit
*Thomas Gumbleton, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Detroit
*Daniel E. Flores, Auxiliary Bishop of Detroit
*John M. Quinn, Auxiliary Bishop of Detroit
*Francis R. Reiss, Auxiliary Bishop of Detroit
*Patrick R. Cooney, Bishop of Gaylord
*Walter A. Hurley, Bishop of Grand Rapids
*James Albert Murray, Bishop of Kalamazoo
*Earl Alfred Boyea, Jr., Bishop of Lansing
*Carl Frederick Mengeling, Bishop Emeritus of Lansing
*Alexander King Sample, Bishop of Marquette
*Robert J. Carlson, Bishop of Saginaw

Province of Dubuque

The Metropolitan Province of Dubuque comprises the state of Iowa.

*Jerome Hanus, Archbishop of Dubuque
*William Edwin Franklin, Bishop of Davenport
*Richard Pates, Bishop of Des Moines
*R. Walker Nickless, Bishop of Sioux City

Province of Galveston-Houston

The Metropolitan Province of Galveston-Houston comprises the eastern counties of the state of Texas.

*Daniel DiNardo, Cardinal Archbishop of Galveston-Houston
*Gregory Michael Aymond, Bishop of Austin
*Curtis Guillory, Bishop of Beaumont
*Raymundo Joseph Peña, Bishop of Brownsville
*Edmond Carmody, Bishop of Corpus Christi
*Alvaro Corrada del Rio, Bishop of Tyler
*David Eugene Fellhauer, Bishop of Victoria in Texas

Province of Hartford

The Metropolitan Province of Hartford comprises the states of Connecticut and Rhode Island.

*Henry J. Mansell, Archbishop of Hartford
*William Edward Lori, Bishop of Bridgeport
*Michael Richard Cote, Bishop of Norwich
*Thomas Joseph Tobin, Bishop of Providence

Province of Indianapolis

The Metropolitan Province of Indianapolis comprises the state of Indiana.
*Daniel M. Buechlein, OSB, Archbishop of Indianapolis
*Gerald Andrew Gettelfinger, Bishop of Evansville
*Dale Joseph Melczek, Bishop of Gary
*William Leo Higi, Bishop of Lafayette in Indiana
*John Michael D'Arcy, Bishop of Fort Wayne-South Bend

Province of Kansas City

The Metropolitan Province of Kansas City comprises the state of Kansas.

*Joseph Fred Naumann, Archbishop of Kansas City in Kansas
*Ronald Michael Gilmore, Bishop of Dodge City
*Paul Stagg Coakley, Bishop of Salina
*Michael Owen Jackels, Bishop of Wichita

Province of Los Angeles

The Metropolitan Province of Los Angeles comprises the southern counties of the state of California.

*Roger Mahony, Cardinal Archbishop of Los Angeles
*John Thomas Steinbock, Bishop of Fresno
*Richard John Garcia, Bishop of Monterey in California
*Sylvester Donovan Ryan, Bishop Emeritus of Monterey in California
*Tod David Brown, Bishop of Orange
*Gerald Richard Barnes, Bishop of San Bernardino
*Robert Henry Brom, Bishop of San Diego

Province of Louisville

The Metropolitan Province of Louisville comprises the states of Kentucky and Tennessee.

*Joseph Edward Kurtz, Archbishop of Louisville
*Roger Joseph Foys, Bishop of Covington
*Diocese of Knoxville (vacant see)
*Ronald William Gainer, Bishop of Lexington
*J. Terry Steib, Bishop of Memphis
*David R. Choby, Bishop of Nashville
*John Jeremiah McRaith, Bishop of Owensboro

Province of Miami

The Metropolitan Province of Miami comprises the state of Florida.

*John Clement Favalora, Archbishop of Miami
*Thomas Gerard Wenski, Bishop of Orlando
*Gerald Michael Barbarito, Bishop of Palm Beach
*John Ricard, Bishop of Pensacola-Tallahassee
*Victor Galeone, Bishop of St. Augustine
*Robert Nugent Lynch, Bishop of Saint Petersburg
*Frank Joseph Dewane, Bishop of Venice in Florida

Province of Milwaukee

The Metropolitan Province of Milwaukee comprises the state of Wisconsin.

*Timothy Dolan, Archbishop of Milwaukee
*Rembert George Weakland, OSB, Archbishop Emeritus of Milwaukee
*Richard J. Sklba, Auxiliary Bishop of Milwaukee
*William Patrick Callahan, O.F.M. Conv., Auxiliary Bishop of Milwaukee
*David Laurin Ricken, Bishop of Green Bay
*Robert Joseph Banks, Bishop Emeritus of Green Bay
*Robert F. Morneau, Auxiliary Bishop of Green Bay
*Jerome Edward Listecki, Bishop of La Crosse
*Robert C. Morlino, Bishop of Madison
*Raphael Michael Fliss, Bishop of Superior

Province of Mobile

The Metropolitan Province of Mobile comprises the states of Alabama and Mississippi.

*Thomas John Rodi, Archbishop of Mobile and Apostolic Administrator of Biloxi
*Oscar Hugh Lipscomb, Archbishop Emeritus of Mobile
*Bishopric of Biloxi (vacant see)
*Robert Joseph Baker, Bishop of Birmingham in Alabama
*David Edward Foley, Bishop Emeritus of Birmingham in Alabama
*Joseph Nunzio Latino, Bishop of Jackson

Province of New York

The Metropolitan Province of New York comprises the state of New York.

*Edward Egan, Cardinal Archbishop of New York
*Josu Iriondo, Auxiliary Bishop of New York
*Dominick John Lagonegro, Auxiliary Bishop of New York
*Dennis Joseph Sullivan, Auxiliary Bishop of New York
*Gerald Thomas Walsh, Auxiliary Bishop of New York
*Howard J. Hubbard, Bishop of Albany
*Nicholas Anthony DiMarzio, Bishop of Brooklyn
*Octavio Cisneros, Auxiliary Bishop of Brooklyn
*Frank Caggiano, Auxiliary Bishop of Brooklyn
*Ignatius Cantanello, Auxiliary Bishop of Brooklyn
*Guy Sansaricq, Auxiliary Bishop of Brooklyn
*Edward U. Kmiec, Bishop of Buffalo
*Robert Joseph Cunningham, Bishop of Ogdensburg
*Matthew H. Clark, Bishop of Rochester
*William Murphy, Bishop of Rockville Centre
*James Michael Moynihan, Bishop of Syracuse

Province of New Orleans

The Metropolitan Province of New Orleans comprises the state of Louisiana.

*Alfred Clifton Hughes, Archbishop of New Orleans
*Shelton Fabre, Auxiliary Bishop of New Orleans
*Roger Morin, Auxiliary Bishop of New Orleans
*Ronald Paul Herzog, Bishop of Alexandria in Louisiana
*Robert William Muench, Bishop of Baton Rouge
*Sam Gallip Jacobs, Bishop of Houma-Thibodaux
*Charles Michael Jarrell, Bishop of Lafayette in Louisiana
*Glen Provost, Bishop of Lake Charles
*Michael Gerard Duca, Bishop of Shreveport
*William Benedict Friend, Bishop Emeritus of Shreveport

Province of Newark

The Metropolitan Province of Newark comprises the state of New Jersey.
*John J. Myers, Archbishop of Newark
*Manuel A. Cruz, Auxiliary Bishop-Elect of Newark
*Joseph A. Galante, Bishop of Camden
*Paul Gregory Bootkoski, Bishop of Metuchen
*Arthur J. Serratelli, Bishop of Paterson
*John Mortimer Smith, Bishop of Trenton

Province of Oklahoma City

The Metropolitan Province of Oklahoma City comprises the states of Arkansas and Oklahoma.

*Eusebius J. Beltran, Archbishop of Oklahoma City
*Anthony Basil Taylor, Bishop of Little Rock
*Edward James Slattery, Bishop of Tulsa

Province of Omaha

The Metropolitan Province of Omaha comprises the state of Nebraska.
*Elden Francis Curtiss, Archbishop of Omaha
*William Joseph Dendinger, Bishop of Grand Island
*Fabian Bruskewitz, Bishop of Lincoln

Province of Philadelphia

The Metropolitan Province of Philadelphia comprises the state of Pennsylvania.

*Justin Francis Rigali, Cardinal Archbishop of Philadelphia
*Anthony Joseph Bevilacqua, Cardinal Archbishop Emeritus of Philadelphia
*Martin N. Lohmuller, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Philadelphia
*Louis A. DeSimone, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Philadelphia
*Robert P. Maginnis, Auxiliary Bishop of Philadelphia
*Joseph R. Cistone, Auxiliary Bishop of Philadelphia
*Joseph P. McFadden, Auxiliary Bishop of Philadelphia
*Daniel E. Thomas, Auxiliary Bishop of Philadelphia
*Edward Peter Cullen, Bishop of Allentown
*Thomas Jerome Welsh, Bishop Emeritus of Allentown
*Joseph Victor Adamec, Bishop of Altoona-Johnstown
*Donald Walter Trautman, Bishop of Erie
*Lawrence Eugene Brandt, Bishop of Greensburg
*Kevin C. Rhoades, Bishop of Harrisburg
*David Allen Zubik, Bishop of Pittsburgh
*Paul J. Bradley, Auxiliary Bishop of Pittsburgh
*Joseph Francis Martino, Bishop of Scranton

Province of Portland

The Metropolitan Province of Portland comprises the states of Idaho, Montana and Oregon.

*John George Vlazny, Archbishop of Portland in Oregon
*Robert Francis Vasa, Bishop of Baker
*Michael Patrick Driscoll, Bishop of Boise
*Michael William Warfel, Bishop of Great Falls-Billings
*George Leo Thomas, Bishop of Helena

Province of Saint Louis

The Metropolitan Province of Saint Louis comprises the state of Missouri.

*Archbishopric of Saint Louis (vacant see)
*Raymond Leo Burke, Prefect-Designate of the Apostolic Signatura and Archbishop Emeritus of Saint Louis
*Robert J. Hermann, Auxiliary Bishop of Saint Louis and Archdiocesan Administrator of Saint Louis
*Robert Finn, Bishop of Kansas City-Saint Joseph
*John R. Gaydos, Bishop of Jefferson City
*James Vann Johnston, Jr., Bishop of Springfield-Cape Girardeau
*John Joseph Leibrecht, Bishop Emeritus of Springfield-Cape Girardeau

Province of Saint Paul and Minneapolis

The Metropolitan Province of Saint Paul and Minneapolis comprises the states of Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota.

*John Clayton Nienstedt, Archbishop of Saint Paul and Minneapolis
*Harry Flynn, Archbishop Emeritus of Saint Paul and Minneapolis
*Paul Albert Zipfel, Bishop of Bismarck
*Michael Joseph Hoeppner, Bishop of Crookston
*Victor Hermann Balke, Bishop Emeritus of Crookston
*Dennis Marion Schnurr, Bishop of Duluth
*Samuel Joseph Aquila, Bishop of Fargo
*John M. LeVoir, Bishop of New Ulm
*Blase Joseph Cupich, Bishop of Rapid City
*John Francis Kinney, Bishop of Saint Cloud
*Paul J. Swain, Bishop of Sioux Falls
*Bernard Joseph Harrington, Bishop of Winona

Province of San Antonio

The Metropolitan Province of San Antonio comprises the western counties of the state of Texas.

*José Horacio Gomez, Archbishop of San Antonio
*Oscar Cantu, Auxiliary Bishop of San Antonio
*Patrick James Zurek, Bishop of Amarillo
*John Walter Yanta, Bishop Emeritus of Amarillo
*Kevin Joseph Farrell, Bishop of Dallas
*Armando Xavier Ochoa, Bishop of El Paso
*Kevin William Vann, Bishop of Fort Worth
*James Anthony Tamayo, Bishop of Laredo
*Plácido Rodriguez, Bishop of Lubbock
*Michael David Pfeifer, Bishop of San Angelo

Province of San Francisco

The Metropolitan Province of San Francisco comprises the northern counties of the state of California and all of the states of Hawaii, Nevada and Utah.

*George Hugh Niederauer, Archbishop of San Francisco
*John R. Quinn, Archbishop Emeritus of San Francisco
*William Levada, Cardinal Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith and Archbishop Emeritus of San Francisco
*Ignatius C. Wang, Auxiliary Bishop of San Francisco
*William J. Justice, Auxiliary Bishop of San Francisco
*Clarence Richard Silva, Bishop of Honolulu
*Joseph A. Pepe, Bishop of Las Vegas
*Allen Henry Vigneron, Bishop of Oakland
*Randolph Roque Calvo, Bishop of Reno
*William K. Weigand, Bishop of Sacramento
*Jaime Soto, Coadjutor Bishop of Sacramento
*John Charles Wester, Bishop of Salt Lake City
*Patrick Joseph McGrath, Bishop of San Jose in California
*Pierre DuMaine, Bishop Emeritus of San Jose in California
*Daniel F. Walsh, Bishop of Santa Rosa in California
*Stephen Edward Blaire, Bishop of Stockton

Province of Santa Fe

The Metropolitan Province of Santa Fe comprises the states of Arizona and New Mexico.

*Michael Jarboe Sheehan, Archbishop of Santa Fe
*Bishopric of Gallup (vacant see)
*Donald Edmond Pelotte, SSS, Bishop Emeritus of Gallup
*Ricardo Ramirez, CSB, Bishop of Las Cruces
*Thomas James Olmsted, Bishop of Phoenix, Apostolic Administrator "sede plena" of Gallup
*Gerald Frederick Kicanas, Bishop of Tucson

Province of Seattle

The Metropolitan Province of Seattle comprises the state of Washington.

*Alexander Joseph Brunett, Archbishop of Seattle
*William Stephen Skylstad, Bishop of Spokane
*Carlos Arthur Sevilla, SJ, Bishop of Yakima

Province of Washington, DC

The Metropolitan Province of Washington, DC comprises the District of Columbia, five neighboring counties in Maryland, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

*Donald William Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington
*Theodore McCarrick, Cardinal Archbishop Emeritus of Washington
*Leonard J. Olivier, S.V.D., Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Washington
*Francisco González, S.F., Auxiliary Bishop of Washington
*Martin Holley, Auxiliary Bishop of Washington
*Herbert A. Bevard, Bishop-Elect of Saint Thomas in the Virgin Islands

Archdiocese for the Military Services

Pope Pius XII canonically erected a military ordinariate for members of the Armed Forces of the United States serving domestically and abroad and their dependents. The archbishop oversees bishops and priests working at several military installations worldwide, and is helped by auxiliary bishops.

*Timothy P. Broglio, Archbishop for the Military Services, U.S.A.
*Joseph W. Estabrook, Auxiliary Bishop for the Military Services, U.S.A.
*Richard B. Higgins, Auxiliary Bishop for the Military Services, U.S.A.

Province of Agaña

The Metropolitan Province of Agaña comprises the United States overseas dependencies of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands. Also included are the sovereign and independent nations of the Marshall Islands and Micronesia.

*Anthony Sablan Apuron Archbishop of Agaña
*Tomas Aguon Camacho Bishop of Chalan Kanoa
*Amando Samo Prefect of the Marshall Islands
*Amando Samo Bishop of Caroline Islands

Province of Samoa-Apia

The Metropolitan Province of Samoa-Apia is foreign to the United States but however includes as a suffragan, a single diocese that comprises a United States overseas dependency, American Samoa.

*Alapati Lui Mataeliga Bishop of Samoa-Pago Pago

Province of San Juan de Puerto Rico

The Metropolitan Province of San Juan de Puerto Rico comprises the United States Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.

*Archdiocese of San Juan de Puerto Rico
**Roberto González Nieves, Archbishop of San Juan
**Hermín Negrón Santana, Auxiliary Bishop of San Juan
**Héctor Rivera Pérez, Auxiliary Bishop of San Juan
**Luis Aponte Martínez, Cardinal, Archbishop Emeritus
*Diocese of Arecibo
**Iñaki Mallona Txertudi, Bishop of Arecibo
*Diocese of Caguas
**Ruben González Medina, Bishop of Caguas
**Enrique Hernández Rivera, Bishop Emeritus
*Diocese of Fajardo-Humacao
**Eusebio Ramos Morales, Bishop of Fajardo-Humacao
*Diocese of Mayagüez
**Ulises Casiano Vargas, Bishop of Mayagüez
*Diocese of Ponce
**Félix Lázaro Martinez, Bishop of Ponce
**Juan Torres Oliver, Bishop Emeritus

Metropolia of Philadelphia for the Ukrainians

The Metropolia of Philadelphia consists of four eparchies of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, and covers the entire United States.

*Stefan Soroka, Metropolitan Archbishop of Philadelphia
*Robert Mikhail Moskal, Bishop of Parma
*Richard Stephen Seminack, Bishop of Chicago
*Paul Patrick Chomnycky, OSBM, Bishop of Stamford

Metropolia of Pittsburgh for the Ruthenians

The Byzantine Catholic Metropolitan Church of Pittsburgh is a "sui iuris" metropolia, traditionally linked to the Ruthenian Catholic Church. The metropolia has jurisdiction for all Ruthenian Catholics in the United States, as well as other Byzantine Rite Catholics without an established hierarchy in the country.

* Basil Myron Schott, OFM, Metropolitan Archbishop of Pittsburgh
* William Charles Skurla, Bishop of Passaic
* Andrew Pataki, Bishop Emeritus of Passaic
* John Michael Kudrick, Bishop of Parma
* Gerald Nicholas Dino, Bishop of Van Nuys

Other Eastern Catholic bishops

The other Eastern Catholic Churches with eparchies and dioceses established in the United States are not grouped into metropoliae. All are immediately subject to the Holy See, with limited oversight by the head of their "sui iuris" church.

;Melkite Greek Catholic Church:* Cyrille Salim Bustros, Bishop of Newton;Syrian Catholic Church:* Ephrem Joseph Younan, Bishop of Newark;Maronite Catholic Church:* Gregory John Mansour, Bishop of Brooklyn:* Robert Joseph Shaheen, Bishop of Los Angeles;Romanian Byzantine Catholic Church:* John Michael Botean, Bishop of Canton;Chaldean Catholic Church:* Ibrahim Namo Ibrahim, Bishop of Detroit:* Sarhad Yawsip Hermiz Jammo, Bishop of San Diego;Syro-Malabar Catholic Church;* Mar Jacob Angadiath, Bishop of Chicago;Armenian Catholic Church:* Manuel Batakian, Bishop of New York

ee also

*List of the Roman Catholic cathedrals of the United States
*List of the Roman Catholic dioceses of the United States

Resources

* [http://www.usccb.org/dioceses.shtml United States Conference of Catholic Bishops - List of Bishops]
* [http://www.gcatholic.com/hierarchy/country/bishops-US.htm Giga-Catholic Information - Bishops of United States]


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