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Archdiocese of Ravenna-Cervia
|Area||1,185 km2 (458 sq mi)|
- Catholics (including non-members)
|(as of 2014)|
210,500 (est.) (91.8%)
|Cathedral||Cattedrale di Risurrezione di N.S. Gesù Cristo (Ravenna)|
|Co-cathedral||Cattedrale di S. Pietro (Cervia)|
|Secular priests||86 (diocesan)|
29 (Religious Orders)
|Bishops emeritus||Giuseppe Verucchi|
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The Archdiocese of Ravenna was a Roman Catholic diocese in Emilia-Romagna, Italy. The archdiocese was erected in the 1st century as a diocese, and was elevated to an archdiocese in the 6th century. Among its famous archbishops are Saint Peter Chrysologus, a Doctor of the Church, and Saint Guido Maria Conforti, who was canonized as a saint in 2011 by Pope Benedict XVI. The early medieval Ravenna papyri form an important record from the church's chancery between the 5th and 10th century.
- Bishop of Ravenna, for a complete list of bishops
- "Archdiocese of Ravenna-Cervia" Catholic-Hierarchy.org. David M. Cheney. Retrieved March 13, 2017.[self-published source].
- "Metropolitan Archdiocese of Ravenna–Cervia" GCatholic.org. Gabriel Chow. Retrieved March 13, 2017.[self-published source].
- "Cathedrals in Italy, Vatican City State, San Marino". Giga-Catholic Information. Retrieved 2008-07-16.[self-published source].
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- Agnellus, Andreas (1708); Bacchini, Benedetto (ed.) Agnelli Liber Pontificalis, sive; Vitæ Pontificum Ravennatum Mutinæ: Typis Antonii Capponii ..., MDCCVIII. 2 pt. (, 372, 164 p.  leaves of plates (incl. fontispiece, 11 folded); 503,  p.,  leaf of plates : ill., geneal. tables; 4to.
- Later editions 1723; in Patrologia Latina; and 2006
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