Archbishop of Vienna
The Archbishop of Vienna is the prelate of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Vienna who is concurrently the metropolitan bishop of its ecclesiastical province which includes the dioceses of Eisenstadt, Linz and St. Pölten.
From 1469 to 1513, bishops from elsewhere were appointed as administrators. The first bishop residing in Vienna was Georg von Slatkonia. From 1861 to 1918, the archbishops, as members of the Herrenhaus, were represented in the Reichsrat of Cisleithania and bore the title of a Prince-Archbishop.
The following men were
bishops or archbishops of Vienna
Name from to Administrators Leo von Spaur 1469 1479 Johann Beckensloer 1480 1482 Bernhard von Rohr 1482 1487 Urban Dóczi 1488 1490 Mathias Scheidt 1490 1493 Johann Vitéz 1493 1499 Bernhard von Pollheim 1500 1504 Franz Bakocz 1504 1509 Johannes Gosztónyi de Felsöszeleste 1509 1513 Bishops Georg von Slatkonia 1513 1522 Petrus Bonomo 1522 1523 Johann von Revellis 1523 1530 Johann Fabri 1530 1541 Friedrich Nausea 1541 1552 Christoph Wertwein 1552 1553 Petrus Canisius (Administrator) 1554 1555 Anton Brus von Müglitz 1558 1563 Urban Sagstetter von Gurk (Administrator) 1563 1568 Johann Caspar Neubeck 1574 1594 Cardinal Melchior Klesl 1598 1630 Anton Wolfradt 1631 1639 Philipp Friedrich Graf Breuner 1639 1669 Wilderich Freiherr von Waldendorff 1669 1680 Emerich Sinelli 1680 1685 Ernest Graf von Trautson 1685 1702 Franz Anton Graf von Harrach 1702 1705 Franz Ferdinand Freiherr von Rummel 1706 1716 Archbishops Cardinal Sigismund Graf von Kollonitz 1716 1751 Cardinal Johann Joseph Graf von Trautson 1751 1757 Cardinal Christoph Anton Graf Migazzi 1757 1803 Sigismund Anton Graf von Hohenwart 1803 1820 Leopold Maximilian Graf von Firmian 1822 1831 Vincenz Eduard Milde 1832 1853 Cardinal Joseph Othmar Ritter von Rauscher 1853 1875 Cardinal Johann Rudolf Kutschker 1876 1881 Cardinal Cölestin Joseph Ganglbauer 1881 1889 Cardinal Anton Joseph Gruscha 1890 1911 Cardinal Franz Nagl 1911 1913 Cardinal Friedrich Gustav Piffl 1913 1932 Cardinal Theodor Innitzer 1932 1955 Cardinal Franz König 1956 1986 Cardinal Hans Hermann Groër 1986 1995 Cardinal Christoph Schönborn 1995
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