Diocese of Senez

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The Diocese of Senez ( lat. : Dioecesis Senecensis ) was one in France situated Roman Catholic diocese based in Senez .


The diocese of Senez was established in the 4th century. The first bishop was Ursus . The diocese of Senez was subordinate to the Archdiocese of Embrun as a suffragan .

On November 29, 1801, the diocese of Senez was dissolved as a result of the Concordat of 1801 by Pope Pius VII with the papal bull Qui Christi Domini and the territory was annexed to the diocese of Digne .

In 1741 the Senez diocese comprised 40 parishes .

On February 9, 2009, the diocese of Senez was re-established as the titular diocese of Senez .

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