Roman Catholic Diocese of Toledo

The Diocese of Toledo (Latin: Dioecesis Toletana in America ) is a located in the United States Roman Catholic diocese based in Toledo, Ohio.


The Diocese of Toledo was established on April 15, 1910 by Pope Pius X made ​​cessions of territory of the Diocese of Cleveland and the Archdiocese of Cincinnati is a suffragan.


The Diocese of Toledo includes the territories Allen County, Crawford County, Defiance County, Erie County, Fulton County, Hancock County, Henry County, Huron County, Lucas County, Ottawa County, Paulding County, Putnam County, Richland County, Sandusky County, Seneca County, Van Wert County, Williams County, Wood County and Wyandot County.

Bishops of Toledo

  • Joseph Schrembs, 1911-1921, then Bishop of Cleveland
  • Samuel Stritch, 1921-1930, then Archbishop of Milwaukee
  • Karl Joseph Age, 1931-1950, then Archbishop of Cincinnati
  • George John Rehring, 1950-1967
  • John Anthony Donovan, 1967-1980
  • James Robert Hoffman, 1980-2003
  • Leonard Paul Blair, 2003-2013, then Archbishop of Hartford
  • Vacant See, Since 2013

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