- Roman Catholic Diocese of Trivento
The earliest bishop of Trivento was St. Castus of an uncertain epoch, the local legend assigning him to the fourth century.
Other bishops were:
- the monk Leo, intruded and deposed by Pope Agapetus II (946);
- Alferius (1109);
- the Franciscan Luca (1226), exiled by King Manfred;
- Pietro dell' Aquila (1348);
- Giulio Cesare Moriconda (1582);
- Alfonso Moriconda (1717), a Benedictine who restored the cathedral.
Historically the diocese was a suffragan of the archdiocese of Benevento.
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