Diocese of Vallo della Lucania
|Diocese of Vallo della Lucania|
|Metropolitan bishopric||Archdiocese of Salerno-Campagna-Acerno|
|Diocesan bishop||Ciro Miniero|
|Vicar General||Guglielmo Manna|
|Parishes||139 (2017 / AP 2018 )|
|Residents||158,660 (2017 / AP 2018 )|
|Catholics||156,600 (2017 / AP 2018 )|
|Diocesan priest||78 (2017 / AP 2018 )|
|Religious priest||15 (2017 / AP 2018 )|
|Catholics per priest||1,684|
|Permanent deacons||7 (2017 / AP 2018 )|
|Friars||15 (2017 / AP 2018 )|
|Religious sisters||62 (2017 / AP 2018 )|
|cathedral||Cattedrale di San Pantaleone|
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Vallo della Lucania ( lat. : Dioecesis Vallensis in Lucania , ital. : Diocese of Vallo della Lucania ) is one in Italy located Roman Catholic diocese headquartered in Vallo della Lucania .
The diocese of Vallo della Lucania was established in the 12th century as the diocese of Capaccio . On September 21, 1850, the Diocese of Capaccio gave up parts of its territory to establish the Diocese of Diano-Teggiano . The diocese of Capaccio was on July 16, 1851 by Pope Pius IX. renamed with the Apostolic Constitution Cum propter iustitiae dilectionem in the Diocese of Capaccio-Vallo .
The diocese of Capaccio-Vallo was renamed the Diocese of Vallo di Lucania on November 24, 1945 . On September 30, 1986, the diocese Vallo di Lucania was renamed by the Congregation for Bishops in Diocese Vallo della Lucania . The diocese of Vallo della Lucania is subordinate to the Archdiocese of Salerno-Campagna-Acerno as a suffragan .