+Bonifacio Grosvold D.D
+Omar Rojas Gonzalez D.D.
+ Mons. Gerard Gul (1847 a 1920), antiguo arzobispo católico de Utrecht, los Países Bajos, el 28 de abril 1908 consagrada Arnold Harris Mathew (1852 a 1919) el Antiguo obispo católico de Gran Bretaña.
+ El 29 de junio 1913 el obispo Mateo consagrada. Príncipe Rudolph FE de Landas Berghes (1873 a 1920) como obispo misionero en Escocia.
+ En noviembre de 1914 el obispo de Landas Berghes emigró a los EE.UU., donde en 1916 fundó la Vieja Iglesia Católica Romana de Norte América.
+ El 04 de octubre 1916 el Obispo de Landas Berghes consagrada Carmelo Enrique Carfora (1878 a 1958) que en 1919 lo sucedió en el segundo Arzobispo de América del Norte Antigua Iglesia Católica Romana.
+ Mons. Carfora de 30 de julio 1942 consagrada Hubert Augusto Rogers (1887 a 1976) que sirvió 1.946-1.972 como el Antiguo arzobispo católico de Nueva York.
+ Mons. Rogers en 21 de septiembre 1969 consagrada Edward Carleton Payne (nacido en 1928) que en 1970 se convirtió en Antiguo arzobispo católico de Nueva Inglaterra.
+ El 20 de julio 1974 el arzobispo Payne consagrada Bonifacio Grosvold, asistido por el arzobispo William Mark Plested del Antigua Arquidiócesis Católica Romana de Ontario. El 30 de noviembre 1974 Grosvold obispo fue entronizado como el tercer Obispo de la Diócesis combinado de las Cataratas del Niágara, Nueva York, Erie, Pennsylvania, y la provincia de Ontario, y como el segundo arzobispo de la Arquidiócesis Católica Romana Antigua de Niagara Falls, Nueva York y Erie Pennsylvania, en la sucesión al arzobispo Plested, con sede en la ciudad de Niagara Falls, Nueva York.
+El 02 de Abril de 2006, el Arzobispo Primado de la Old Roman Catholic Church Latin Rite: Su Eminencia +BONIFACE GROSVOLD D.D., consagro como Obispo Ordinario para Sur América a; +OMAR ROJAS GONZALEZ, en London Ontario Canadá.
En 21 de Diciembre de 2007, en la Ciudad de London Ontario Canadá, el Arzobispo Primado +BONIFACE GROSVOLD D.D, de la Old Roman Catholic Church Latin Rite, el Obispo +Omar Rojas fue elevado a la dignidad de Arzobispo Metropolitano de Sur América.
El O2 de abril del año de nuestro Señor Jesucristo 2011, su Eminencia + Omar Rojas Gonzalez, fue nombrado como Arzobispo Primado Coadjutor, de la Vieja Iglesia Catolica Roman Rito Latino.
The Old Roman Catholic Church, Latin Rite
~ Tertullian, 3rd Century
Scipione Rebiba was appointed Auxiliary Bishop of Chieti on 16 March 1541. During the consistory
of 20 December 1555, he was created a cardinal and appointed Archbishop of Pisa. It is widely
believed that Rebiba was consecrated by Gian Pietro Carafa, the cardinal who became Pope Paul IV,
but supporting documentation has not been found and therefore the episcopal genealogies stop at
In 1566, Rebiba was appointed Bishop of Albano in 1573 and Bishop of Sabina e Poggio Mirteto in
In the early 18th century, Pope Benedict XIII, whose holy orders were descended from Rebiba,
personally consecrated at least 139 bishops for various important European sees, including German,
French, English and New World bishops. These bishops in turn consecrated bishops almost exclusively
for their respective countries causing other episcopal lineages to die off.
Rebiba is a notable figure in the history of the apostolic succession in the Roman Catholic Church.
More than 91% of the world’s more than 4,000 Catholic bishops alive today trace their episcopal
lineage back to Rebiba.
On 12 Mar 1566 Cardinal Rebiba consecrated:
Archbishop of Santa Severina (later named Cardinal by Pope St. Pius V May 17, 1570) in the Pauline
Chapel of the Vatican Apostolic Palace assisted by Annibale Caracciolo, Bishop of Isola and Giacomo
de`Giacomelli, Bishop emeritus of Belcastro.
On 7 Sep 1586 he consecrated:
Bishop of Ascoli Piceno (later named Cardinal by Pope Sixtus V November 16, 1586) in the Basilica of
the Twelve Holy Apostles, Rome, assisted by Giulio Masetti, Bishop of Reggio Emilia and Ottaviano
Paravicini, Bishop of Alessandria.
On 4 Apr 1604 he consecrated:
Archbishop of Bari in the chapel of the Apostolic Sacristy, Rome, assisted by Claudio Rangoni, Bishop
of Piacenza and Giovanni Ambrogio Caccia, Bishop of Castro di Toscana.
On 2 May 1621 he consecrated:
Cardinal Archbishop of Bologna named Cardinal by Pope Gregory XV February 15, 1621 in the private
chapel of his consecrator, near Saint Peter`s Basilica, Rome, assisted by Cosmo de Torres, Titular
Archbishop of Hadrianopolis and Ottavio Ridolfi, Bishop of Ariano.
On 12 Jun 1622 he consecrated:
Titular Patriarch of Antioch, Archbishop of Capua March 17, 1624, named Cardinal by Pope Urban
VIII January 19, 1626 in the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, Rome, assisted by Galeazzo Sanvitale,
Archbishop emeritus of Bari and Vulpiano Volpi, Archbishop emeritus of Chieti.
On 7 Oct 1630 he consecrated:
Titular Bishop of Sidon. Giovanni Battista Scanaroli was an important adviser to the Barberini family
and supervised their affairs. Scanaroli was appointed as the titular archbishop of Sidon in Syria, but his
primary work was done for the family and the papacy in Rome. Under the auspices of the Camera
apostolica, one of the financial and judicial bodies of the papal government, Scanaroli published an
important work on the rights of prisoners in Roman jails, prison conditions, use of torture, as well as
the rules for the visitation of prisoners. His De visitatione carceratorum libri tres. Quibus omnia ad
visitationem, patrocinium, et liberationem carceratorum spectantia explanantur… (Rome, 1655) gives
important information on the legal and social issues surrounding a criminal justice system functioning
under a confusing array of Roman and medieval legal statutes and customs.
On 24 Oct 1655 he consecrated:
Born in Rome, he was named cardinal by his uncle Urban VIII on August 30, 1627. Three years later
he was made Legate in Urbino, and later in Avignon. He was also bishop of Poitiers, Frascati, Reims
and Palestrina, as well as camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church.
On 11 Nov 1668 he consecrated:
Consecrated in the Church of the Sorbonne at Paris. He later became Archbishop of Rheims.
On 21 Sep 1670 he consecrated:
Consecrated as Bishop of Condom. Transferred by Pope Clement X to Meaux in 1671.
On 16 Apr 1673 he consecrated:
Consecrated as Bishop of Condom, at the Church of Chartreuse.
On 19 Feb 1719 he consecrated:
Consecrated as Bishop of Ascalon, in partibus, and Coadjutor to Bishop Pidou de St. Olon, of Babylon
in Persia. On the evening of his consecration, bishop Varlet received news of the death of Bishop
Pidou de St. Olon, whom he automatically succeeded in the See of Babylon. While travelling to Persia,
however, Bishop Varlet administered Confirmation in Holland, where the Church of Utrecht was
without a Bishop. For this act of charity he was suspended and then retired to Holland where he
resided with the Carthusian Fathers. Bishop Varlet consecrated four Archbishops of Utrecht for the
Dutch Old Roman Catholic Church, the first three dying without perpetuating the Episcopate. The
fourth was consecrated by Bishop Varlet on Oct 17, 1739 and was named:
Bishop Meindaerts had been ordained by Bishop Luke Fagan of Meath, who would later become
Bishop of Dublin.
On July 11, 1745, Archbisop Meindaerts consecrated:
Bishop of Haarlem . On February 7, 1768 he consecrated:
Archbishop of Utrecht. On June 21, 1778 he consecrated:
Bishop of Haarlem. On July 5, 1797 he consecrated:
Archbishop of Utrecht. On November 7, 1805 he consecrated:
Bishop of Deventer. On April 24, 1814 he consecrated:
Archbishop of Utrecht. On April 12, 1819 he consecrated:
Bishop of Haarlem. On June 14, 1825 he consecrated:
Archbishop of Utrect. On July 17, 1854 he consecrated:
Bishop of Deventer. On August 11, 1873 he consecrated:
Bishop of Haarlem. On May 11, 1892 he consecrated:
Archbishop of Utrecht. Assited by Bishop Van Theil of Haarlem, Bishop spit of Deventer and Bishop
Demmel of Germany, at the Cathedral or St. Gertrude at Utrecht, Holland, on April 28, 1908
Old Roman Catholic Bishop of Great Britain and Ireland. In 1911 Bishop Mathew was elected
Archbishop. On June 19, 1912 in his episcopal chapel at London he consecrated:
Old Catholic missionary bishop for Scotland. With the outbreak of World War I, being a subject of the
Austro-Hungarian Empire resident in Great Britain, he became an enemy alien, and was liable to
incarceration for the duration of the War. In order to spare him this indignity and as a special favor to
him for his distinguished service in the British Army, the British Foreign Office arranged for him to go
to the United States, which was a neutral power until 1917, in September 1914. Bishop de Landas-
Berghes was commissioned to establish the Old Roman Catholic Church within North America. On
October 4, 1916 in his domestic Chapel at Waukegan, Illinois, he consecrated:
Perpetual Coadjutor with Right of Succession. Bishop Carfora was elected Archbishop of the United
States and Canada on October 12, 1919 and Primate of all the Old Roman Catholic Churches on March
19, 1923. From Archbishop Carfora has been received the succession of the Old Roman Catholic
bishops, in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
On July 30, 1942 he consecrated:
Bishop of New York. Elevated to Archbishop of New York, and later name Coadjutor to the Primate.
Upon the death of Archbishop Carfora in 1958, Archbishop Rogers was Elected Primate of the Old
Roman Catholic Church by the General Synod.
On September 21, 1969 he consecrated:
On July 20, 1974 he Consecrated:
Archbishop of Diocese of Niagara Falls, New York, Erie, Pennsylvania, and the Province of Ontario.
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