Le diocèse de Meaux (en latin : Dioecesis Meldensis) est un diocèse de l'Église catholique en France. Érigé au IVe siècle, il est un des diocèses historiques d'Île-de-France. Depuis 1622, il est suffragant de l'archidiocèse métropolitain de Paris. Depuis 1822, il couvre le département de Seine-et-Marne. Mgr Jean-Yves Nahmias en est l'évêque depuis 2012.

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  • Le diocèse de Meaux (en latin : Dioecesis Meldensis) est un diocèse de l'Église catholique en France. Érigé au IVe siècle, il est un des diocèses historiques d'Île-de-France. Depuis 1622, il est suffragant de l'archidiocèse métropolitain de Paris. Depuis 1822, il couvre le département de Seine-et-Marne. Mgr Jean-Yves Nahmias en est l'évêque depuis 2012.
  • Епархия Мо (лат. Dioecesis Meldensis) — епархия Римско-Католической церкви с центром в городе Мо, Франция. Епархия Мо входит в митрополию Парижа и распространяет свою юрисдикцию на территорию департамента Сена и Марна. Кафедральным собором епархии Мо является базилика святого Стефана.
  • Das Bistum Meaux (lat.: Dioecesis Meldensis) in Frankreich wurde bereits im 3. Jahrhundert gegründet und untersteht heute dem Erzbistum Paris als Suffraganbistum.
  • Diecezja Meaux - diecezja Kościoła rzymskokatolickiego we Francji. Powstała w III wieku i początkowo należała do metropolii Sens. Z chwilą utworzenia w 1622 metropolii paryskiej, została do niej przyłączona. Obecne granice, odpowiadające świeckiemu departamentowi Sekwana i Marna, uzyskała w 1822. Siedzibą biskupów jest Meaux.
  • La diocesi di Meaux (in latino: Dioecesis Meldensis) è una sede della Chiesa cattolica suffraganea dell'arcidiocesi di Parigi. Nel 2004 contava 667.615 battezzati su 1.213.846 abitanti. È attualmente retta dal vescovo Jean-Yves André Michel Nahmias.
  • The Roman Catholic Diocese of Meaux, is a diocese of the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic church in France. The diocese comprises the entire department of Seine-et-Marne. It was suffragan of the Archdiocese of Sens until 1622, and subsequently of Archdiocese of Paris.The Concordat of 1801 gave to the Diocese of Meaux the department of Marne, which was separated from it in 1821 and 1822 by the establishment of the archiepiscopal See of Reims and the episcopal See of Châlons.The current Bishop is Albert-Marie Joseph Cyrille de Monléon (born 20 January 1937, in Paris, France), who was installed on 10 October 1999 following his move from the post of Bishop of Pamiers. However, on Thursday, August 9, 2012, Pope Benedict XVI accepted the resignation from the pastoral government of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Meaux in accordance with Canon 401.1 of the Latin=rite 1983 Code of Canon Law, and appointed as the next Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Meaux, Auxiliary Bishop Jean-Yves Nahmias, who had been serving as Titular Bishop of Termini Imerese and as an Auxiliary Bishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Paris in Paris, France, under Cardinal Andre Vingt-Trois. Monsignor Jean-Yves Nahmias was born on September 16, 1957 in Saint-Mand, France, bordering Paris, in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Créteil in Créteil, France. After his studies at the University of Paris I, he graduated with a License in Financial Law; he has been a member of G.F.U. (Groupes de Formation Universitaire). He completed his studies in philosophy and theology first for two years at the Pontifical Gregorian University at the Vatican in Rome, Italy, then as a student of the French Seminary in Rome, and then in the Institute of Theological Studies in Brussels, Belgium, where then-Father Nahmias obtained a Licentiate in Sacred Theology in 1991. Bishop Nahmias was ordained to the presbyterate (the Roman Catholic priesthood) on June 24, 1989, and was incardinated for service to the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Paris. After his priestly ordination, Bishop Nahmias served as Parochial Vicar (Assistant Pastor) at the Parish of Notre-Dame de la Croix, Paris, and as a Chaplain in Public Schools Jean-Baptiste-Clément, Etienne Dolet and Martin Nadaud (1990-1994). In addition, from 1992 to 1996, was in charge of the Diocesan Service for Vocations, and since 1993, Director of Opera for Vocations. Later, he was the Parochial Vicar at the Parish Saint-Ambroise (Saint Ambrose), and a Chaplain in Public Schools Voltaire and Alain-Fournier (1994-1996); Rector of the Archdiocesan Seminary of Paris and the Diocesan Delegate for the Seminarians (1996-2001); and finally, as the Vicar General of the Archdiocese of Paris under Cardinals Jean-Marie Lustiger and Andre Vingt-Trois (2001-2006). Father Nahmias was appointed as Titular Bishop of Termini Imerese and Auxiliary Bishop of Paris on June 1, 2006 by Pope Benedict XVI, and was consecrated to the episcopacy on September 8, 2006. He serves as President of Radio Notre-Dame. Within the French Bishops' Conference, he serves on the Board for Communication.
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  • Епархия Мо (лат. Dioecesis Meldensis) — епархия Римско-Католической церкви с центром в городе Мо, Франция. Епархия Мо входит в митрополию Парижа и распространяет свою юрисдикцию на территорию департамента Сена и Марна. Кафедральным собором епархии Мо является базилика святого Стефана.
  • Das Bistum Meaux (lat.: Dioecesis Meldensis) in Frankreich wurde bereits im 3. Jahrhundert gegründet und untersteht heute dem Erzbistum Paris als Suffraganbistum.
  • Diecezja Meaux - diecezja Kościoła rzymskokatolickiego we Francji. Powstała w III wieku i początkowo należała do metropolii Sens. Z chwilą utworzenia w 1622 metropolii paryskiej, została do niej przyłączona. Obecne granice, odpowiadające świeckiemu departamentowi Sekwana i Marna, uzyskała w 1822. Siedzibą biskupów jest Meaux.
  • La diocesi di Meaux (in latino: Dioecesis Meldensis) è una sede della Chiesa cattolica suffraganea dell'arcidiocesi di Parigi. Nel 2004 contava 667.615 battezzati su 1.213.846 abitanti. È attualmente retta dal vescovo Jean-Yves André Michel Nahmias.
  • The Roman Catholic Diocese of Meaux, is a diocese of the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic church in France. The diocese comprises the entire department of Seine-et-Marne.
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