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Patriarch Dimitrios I (Joseph) Cadi (Kadi)

Deceased

Patriarch of Antiochia {Antioch} (Melkite Greek)

Bishop of Damas (Melkite Greek)


Events

DateAgeEventTitle
18 Jan 1861BornDamas
1888²26.9Ordained PriestPriest
1895²33.9AppointedPatriarchal Vicar of Jerusalem {Gerusalemme} (Melkite Greek), Palestine
1898²36.9ResignedPatriarchal Vicar of Jerusalem {Gerusalemme} (Melkite Greek), Palestine
27 Oct 190342.7AppointedArchbishop of Alep [Beroea, Halab] (Melkite Greek), Syria
29 Nov 190342.8Ordained BishopArchbishop of Alep [Beroea, Halab] (Melkite Greek), Syria
29 Mar 191958.1SelectedPatriarch of Antiochia {Antioch} (Melkite Greek), Syria
29 Mar 191958.1SelectedBishop of Damas (Melkite Greek), Syria
3 Jul 191958.4ConfirmedPatriarch of Antiochia {Antioch} (Melkite Greek), Syria
3 Jul 191958.4ConfirmedBishop of Damas (Melkite Greek), Syria
25 Oct 192564.7DiedPatriarch of Antiochia {Antioch} (Melkite Greek), Syria

Note(s): ² Month Uncertain

MicroData Summary for Dimitrios I (Joseph) Cadi (Kadi):
Patriarch Dimitrios I (Joseph) Cadi (Kadi) (born , died ) Patriarch of Antiochia {Antioch}

  • a priest for 37.8 years
  • a bishop for 21.9 years
Episcopal Lineage / Apostolic Succession:

Source(s):
  • c2: JPG
  • b: Hierarchia Catholica, Volume 9, Page 45, and Page 58
  • b/c2+: Revue des Ordinations Épiscopales, Issue 1903, Number 55

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