Archdiocese of Esztergom

Archdiocese of Esztergom
The St. Adalbert's Basilica in Esztergom built between 1822-1869

The archbishopric of Esztergom (or archbishopric of Gran) was a historical diocese created in 1000 under Stephen I of Hungary largely on the territory of Upper Hungary. After the Treaty of Trianon, its territory was reduced to its present-day extent and it became the Archdiocese of Esztergom-Budapest on 31 May 1993. The rest became part of the Catholic structures of Czechoslovakia (now Slovakia).

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List of Archbishops of Esztergom

  • Domonkos (archbishop 1000)
  • Sebestyén (Sebastian) (archbishop 1001)
  • Radla (archbishop 1002)
  • Anastaz-Astrik (archbishop ca.1007)
  • Sebestyén (again) (archbishop after 1012)
  • Benedek-Beneta (archbishop 1046-1055)
  • Dezső (archbishop 1067)
  • Nehemias (archbishop 1075- 1077/79)
  • Acha (archbishop 1087-ca.1090)
  • István (Stephan) (archbishop 1093)
  • Seraphin (archbishop 1094)
  • Lőrinc (Lawrence) (archbishop 1105)
  • Marcel (archbishop 1116)
  • Felician (archbishop 1127)
  • Makár (archbishop 1142)
  • Kökényes (archbishop 1150)
  • Martyrius (archbishop 1151)
  • Lukács (Lucas)Bánfi (archbishop 1158)
  • Miklós (Nicholas) (archbishop 1181)
  • Job (archbishop 1185)
  • Ugrin de genere Csák (archbishop April 1204 - August 1204)
  • Kalán (archbishop 1204)
  • John of Merani (archbishop 1205)
  • Tamás (Thomas) (archbishop February 1224 - November 1224)
  • Robert (archbishop 1226)
  • Mátyás (Mathias) de genere Rátót (primate, archbishop 1239)
  • István (Stephan) de genere Báncsa (archbishop, cardinal 1242)
  • Benedek (archbishop 1254)
  • Fülöp Szentgróti (archbishop 1262)
  • Miklós (Nicholas) de genere Kán (archbishop 1273)
  • Benedek (archbishop 1274)
  • Miklós (Nicholas) de genere Kán (again) (archbishop 1276)
  • Lodomir de genere Monoslo (archbishop 1279)
  • Gergely Bicskei (archbishop 1298)
  • Mihály (Michael) de genere Bő (archbishop 1303)
  • Tamás (Thomas) (archbishop 1305)
  • Boleslav Piast (archbishop 1321)
  • Miklós (Nicholas) Dörögdi (archbishop 1328)
  • Csanád Telegdi (archbishop 1330)
  • Miklós (Nicholas) Vásári (archbishop 1350)
  • Miklós (Nicholas) Keszei (archbishop 1367)
  • Tamás (Thomas) Telegdi (archbishop 1367)
  • János (John) De Surdis (archbishop 1376)
  • Demeter (archbishop 1378)
  • János (John) Kanizsai (primate, archbishop 1387 From 1395)
  • Péter (Peter) (apostolic coadjutor - 1418)
  • László (Ladislaus) Csetneki (apostolic coadjutor - 1418)
  • György (George) Hohenlohe (apostolic coadjutor - 1418)
  • János (John) Borsnitz (apostolic coadjutor - 1418)
  • György Pálóczy (primate, archbishop - 1423)
  • Dénes Szécsi(primate, archbishop - 1440)

[[János Vitéz (archbishop)|*[[János Vitéz]]]] (primate, archbishop - 1465)

  • Johann Beckenschlager(primate, archbishop 15 Mar 1474 - 21 Mar 1487)
  • John of Aragon (primate, archbishop - 1480)
  • Hippolit Estei (primate, archbishop - 1486)
  • Tamás Bakócz(primate, archbishop, cardinal - 1497)
  • György Szatmári(primate, archbishop - 1522)
  • László Szalkai(primate, archbishop - 1524)
  • Pál Várdai(primate, archbishop 1526 - 12 Oct 1549 )
  • Giorgio Martinuzzi(primate, archbishop, cardinal - 1551)
  • Miklós Oláh (primate, archbishop - 1553)
  • Antal Verancsics(Antun Vrančić) (primate, archbishop 17 Oct 1569 - 15 Jun 1573 )
  • Miklós Telegdy (primate, archbishop 1580 - 22 Apr 1586 )
  • István Fehérkövi(primate, archbishop - 1596)
  • János Kutasi (primate, archbishop - 1597)
  • Ferenc Forgách (primate, archbishop - 1607)
  • Péter Pázmány (primate, archbishop, cardinal 28 Oct 1616 - 19 Mar 1637 )
  • Imre Lósi (primate, archbishop - 1637)
  • György Lippay (primate, archbishop - 1642)
  • György Szelepcsényi (primate, archbishop - 1666)
  • György Széchenyi(primate, archbishop - 1685)
  • Leopold Karl Graf von Kollonitsch(primate, archbishop 22 Aug 1695 - 20 Jan 1707 )
  • Christian August of Saxe-Zeitz (prince primate, archbishop, cardinal 20 Jan 1707 - 23 Aug 1725 )
  • Imre Esterházy (prince primate, archbishop - 1725)
  • Miklós Csáky (prince primate, archbishop - 1751)
  • Ferenc Barkóczy (prince primate, archbishop - 1761)
  • József Batthyány (prince primate, archbishop 20 May 1776 - 23 Oct 1799 )
  • Karl Ferdinand von Habsburg (prince primate, archbishop 16 Mar 1808 - 2 Sep 1809 )
  • Sándor Rudnay Divékújfalusi (prince primate, archbishop 17 Dec 1819 - 13 Sep 1831 )
  • József Kopácsy (prince primate, archbishop 15 Dec 1838 - 17 Sept 1847)
  • János Hám (prince primate, archbishop June 1848 - July 1849)
  • Johannes Scitovszky (prince primate, archbishop 28 Sep 1849 - 19 Oct 1866 )
  • János Simor (prince primate, archbishop 22 Feb 1867 - 23 Jan 1891 )
  • Kolos Ferenc Vaszary (prince primate, archbishop, cardianl 13 Dec 1891 - 1 Jan 1913 )
  • János Csernoch (prince primate, archbishop, cardinal 13 Dec 1912 - 25 Jul 1927 )
  • Jusztinián György Serédi OSB (prince primate, archbishop, cardinal 30 Nov 1927 - 29 Mar 1945 )
  • József Mindszenty (prince primate, archbishop, cardinal 2 Oct 1945 - 18 Dec 1973 )
  • Endre Hamvas (apostolic coadjutor 18. July 1950)
  • Mihály Endrey (apostolic coadjutor 9. February 1957)
  • Artur Schwarz -Eggenhoffer (apostolic coadjutor 6. June 1957)
  • Imre Szabó (apostolic coadjutor 10. January 1957)
  • Imre Kisberk(apostolic coadjutor 28. September 1971)
  • László Lékai(as apostolic coadjutor 2. February 1974)
  • László Lékai (as primate, archbishop, cardinal 12 Feb 1976 - 30 Jun 1986 )
  • László Paskai (primate, archbishop, cardinal 3 Mar 1987 - 7 Dec 2002) (as Archbishop of Esztergom-Budapest after 1993)
  • Péter Erdő (primate, archbishop, cardinal 7 Dec 2002 - )

List of Coadjutor Archbishops of Esztergom

  • Stefan Schuch (from Vác) after 1711.

See also

External links

 This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domainHerbermann, Charles, ed (1913). Catholic Encyclopedia. Robert Appleton Company. 


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