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Sucesión Apostólica del Arzobispo Jorge Enrique Rodriguez-Villa

[I] Antiochian Syro-Jacobite Succession: 1. St Peter the Apostle, who consecrated 2. St. Evodius, the Bishop and Patriarch of Antioch, who consecrated 3. St. Ignatius, Martyr, ca. 68 A.D., who consecrated 4. St. Aaron, ca. 107 A.D., who consecrated 5. St. Cornelius, 137 A.D., who consecrated 6. St. Eados, 142 A.D., who consecrated 7. St. Theophilus, 157 A.D., who consecrated 8. St. Maximin, 171 A.D., who consecrated 9. St. Seraphin, 179 A.D., who consecrated 10. St. Asclepiades, Martyr, 189 A.D., who consecrated 11. Philippe, 201 A.D., who consecrated 12. Zebinus, 219 A.D., who consecrated 13. Babylas, Martyr, 237 A.D., who consecrated 14. Fabius, 250 A.D., who consecrated 15. Demetrius, 251 A.D., who consecrated 16. Paul I, 259 A.D., who consecrated 17. Domnus I, 270 A.D., who consecrated 18. Timothy, 281 A.D., who consecrated 19. Cirilo, 291 A.D., who consecrated 20. Tyrantus, 296 A.D., who consecrated 21. Vitalius, 301 A.D., who consecrated 22. Philogone, 318 A.D., who consecrated 23. Eustachius, 323 A.D., who consecrated 24. Paulin, 338 A.D., who consecrate 25. Philabinus, 383 A.D., who consecrated 26. Evagrius, 386 A.D., who consecrated 27. Phosphorius, 416 A.D., who consecrated 28. Alexandre, 418 A.D., who consecrated 29. Jean I, 428 A.D., who consecrated 30. Theodotus, 431 A.D., who consecrated 31. Domnus II, 442 A.D., who consecrated 32. Maxime, 450 A.D., who consecrated 33. Accace, 454 A.D., who consecrated 34. Martyrius, 457 A.D., who consecrated 35. Peter II, 464 A.D., who consecrated 36. Philade, 500 A.D., who consecrated 37. Severius the Great, 509 A.D., who consecrated 38. Sergius, 544 A.D., who consecrated 39. Domnus III, 547 A.D., who consecrated 40. Anastase, 560 A.D., who consecrated 41. Gregory I, 564 A.D., who consecrated 42. Paul II, 567 A.D., who consecrated 43. Patra, 571 A.D., who consecrated 44. Domnus IV, 586 A.D., who consecrated 45. Julianus, 591 A.D., who consecrated 46. Athanasius I, the Chancellor, 595 A.D., who consecrated 47. John II, 636 A.D., who consecrated 48. Theodore I, 649 A.D., who consecrated 49. Severus, 668 A.D., who consecrated 50. Athanasius II, 684 A.D., who consecrated 51. Julian II, 687 A.D., who consecrated 52. Elie I, 709 A.D., who consecrated 53. Athanasius III, 724 A.D., who consecrated 54. Evanius I, 740 A.D., who consecrated 55. Servais I, 759 A.D., who consecrated 56. Joseph, 790 A.D., who consecrated 57. Ciriacus, 793 A.D., who consecrated 58. Dionysius I de Tal-Mahre, 818 A.D., who wrote a history of Syrians, who consecrated 59. Jean III, 847 A.D., who consecrated . Ignace II, 877 A.D., who consecrated 61. Theodosius, 887 A.D., who consecrated 62. Dionysius II, 897 A.D., who consecrated 63. John IV, 910 A.D., who consecrated 64. Basile I, 922 A.D., who consecrated 65. John V, 936 A.D., who consecrated 66. Evanius II, 954 A.D., who consecrated 67. Dionysius III, 958 A.D., who consecrated 68. Abraham I, 962 A.D., who consecrated 69. John VI, 965 A.D., (who was imprisoned in Constantinople after the Fall of Antioch in 969 A.D., by the Greek Emperor, Nicephore Phocas), who consecrated 70. Athanasius IV, 987 A.D., who consecrated 71. Jean VII, 1004 A.D., who consecrated 72. Dionysius IV, 1032 A.D., who consecrated 73. Theodore II, 1042 A.D., who consecrated 74. Athanasius V, 1058 A.D., who consecrated 75. John VIII, 1064 A.D., who consecrated 76. Basilius II, 1074 A.D., who consecrated 77. Abdon, 1076 A.D., who consecrated 78. Dionysius V, 1077 A.D., who consecrated 79. Evanius III, 1080 A.D., who consecrated 80. Dionysius VI, 1088 A.D., who consecrated 81. Athanasius VI, 1091 A.D., who consecrated 82. John IX, 1131 A.D., who consecrated 83. Athanasius VII, 1139 A.D., who consecrated 84. Michael I, the Great, 1166 A.D., who consecrated 85. Athanasius VIII, 1200 A.D., who consecrated 86. Michael II, 1207 A.D., who consecrated 87. John X, 1208 A.D., who consecrated 88. Ignatius III, 1223 A.D., who consecrated 89. Dionysius VII, 1253 A.D., who consecrated 90. John XI, 1253 A.D., who consecrated 91. Ignatius IV, 1264 A.D., who consecrated 92. Philanus, 1283 A.D., who consecrated 93. Ignace Baruhid, 1293 A.D., who consecrated 94. Ignace Ismael, 1333 A.D., who consecrated 95. Ignace Basile III, 1366 A.D., who consecrated 96. Ignace Abraham II, 1382 A.D., who consecrated 97. Ignace Basile IV, 1412 A.D., who consecrated 98. Ignace Behanam I, 1415 A.D., who consecrated 99. Ignace Kalejhi, 1455 A.D., who consecrated 100. Ignace John XII, 1483 A.D., who consecrated 101. Ignace Noah, 1492 A.D., who consecrated 102. Ignace Jesus I, 1509 A.D., who consecrated 103. Ignace James I, 1510 A.D., who consecrated 104. Ignace David I, 1519 A.D., who consecrated 105. Ignace Abdullah I, 1520 A.D., who consecrated 106. Ignace Na Anathalak, 1557 A.D., who consecrated 107. Ignace David II, 1576 A.D., who consecrated 108. Ignace Thilathus, 1591 A.D., who consecrated 109. Ignace Abdullah II, 1597 A.D., who consecrated 110. Ignace Cadhai, 1598 A.D., who consecrated 111. Ignace Simeon, 1640 A.D., who consecrated 112. Ignace Jesus II, 1653 A.D., who consecrated 113. Ignace A. Messiah I, 1661 A.D., who consecrated 114. Ignace Cabeed, 1686 A.D., who consecrated 115. Ignace Gervais II, 1687 A.D., who consecrated 116. Ignace Isaac, 1708 A.D., who consecrated 117. Ignace Siccarablak, 1722 A.D., who consecrated 118. Ignace Gervais III, 1746 A.D., who consecrated 119. Ignace Gervais IV, 1766 A.D., who consecrated 120. Ignace Mathias, 1781 A.D., who consecrated 121. Ignace Behanam II, 1810 A.D., who consecrated 122. Ignace Jonas, 1817 A.D., who consecrated 123. Ignace Gervais V, 1818 A.D., who consecrated 124. Ignace Elie II, 1839 A.D., who consecrated 125. Ignace James II, 1847 A.D., who consecrated 126. Ignace Peter III, Patriarch of Antioch and Easter See, who consecrated 127. Mar Paul Athanasius, 1877 A.D., Syriac Bshop of Kotayan, who consecrated 128. Julius I, Antoine Francois Xavier Alvarez, 19 July 1889, Bishop of Ceylon, who consecrated 129. Mar Timotheus, J. Rene Vilatte, 29 May 1892, who consecrated 130. Paul, Paolo Miraglia, 6 May 1900, who consecrated 131. Julio, Julien Houssaye, 4 December 1904, who consecrated 132. Francois, Louis Francois Giraud, 21 July 1911, who consecrated 133. Jean II, Jean Bricaud, 12 July 1913, who consecrated 134. Targelius, Victor Blanchard, 5 May 1918, who consecrated 135. Eon II, Roger Menard, 7 January 1945, who consecrated 136. Jean III, alias Robert, Bishop of Samaria, Robert Ambelain, 10 June 1946, who consecrated 137. Andreas, Andre Mauer, 26 January 1958, second Patriarch of the Gnostic Apostolic Church, who consecrated 138. Tau Jean, Roger Pommery, consecrated by Robert Ambelain, on 26 May 1958, who consecrated 139. Tau Gillaume, Willer Vital-Herne, 16 September 1967, who consecrated 140. Tau Charles I, Roger Victor-Herard, 7 September 1970, Actual Former Primate of North America, who consecrated 141. Tau Johannes XIII, Jorge Enrique Rodriguez-Villa, 6 January 1985...
[II] Roman Catholic - Old Succession (sic): (1). St. Peter the Apostle. (2). Linus, 67. (3). Anacletus {Cletus}, 76. (4) Clement, 88. (5). Evaristus, 97. (6). Alexander I, 105. (7). Sixtus I, 115. (8). Telesphorus, 125. (9). Hygimus, 136. (10). Pius I, 140. (11). Anicetus, 155. (12) Soter, 166. (13). Eleutherius, 175. (14). Victor I, 189. (15). Zephyrinus, 199. (16). Callistus 1, 217. (17). Urban I, 222. (18). Pontian, 230. (19). Anterus, 235. (20). Fabian, 236. (21) Cornelius, 251. (22) Lucius I., 253. (23) Stephen I, 254. (24) Sixtus II, 257. (25) Dionysins, 259. (26) Felix I, 269. (27) Eutychian, 275. (28) Caius, 283. (29) Marcellinus, 296. (30) Marcellius I, 308. (31) Eucebius, 309. (32) Melchiades {Miltiades}, 311. (33) Sylvester I, 314. (34) Marcus, 336. (35) Julius I, 337. (36) Liberius, 352 [Liberius was expelled from Rome by the Arian Emperor Constantius. During bis absence the See of Rome was held by Felix II who resigned upon the retum of Liberius from his two year exile.] (37) Damasus I, 366. (38) Siricius, 384. (39) Anastasius I, 399. (40) Innocent I, 401. (41) Zosimus, 411. (42) Boniface I, 418. (43) Celestine I, 422. (44) Sixtus III, 432. (45) Leo I, 440. (46) Hilary, 461. (47) Simplicius, 468. (48) Felix lII, 483. (49) Gelasius I, 492. (50) Anastasius II, 496. (51) Symmachus, 498. (52) Hormisdus, 514. (53) John I, 523. (54) Felix lV, 526. (55) Boniface II, 530. (56) John II, 535. (57) Agapitus, 535. (58) Sylverius, 536. (59) Vigilus, 537. (60) Pelagius I, 556. (61) John IIII, 561. (62) Benedict 1, 575. (63) Pelagius II, 579. (64) Gregory 1, 590. (65) Sabinianus, 604. (66) Boniface III, 607. (67) Boniface IV, 608. (68) Deusdedit {Adeodatus I}, 615. (69) Boniface V, 619. (70) Honorius, 625. (71) Severinus, 640. (72) John IV, 640. (73) Theodore I, 642. (74) Martin I, 649. (75) Engene I, 654. (76) Vitalian, 657. (77) Adeodatus II, 672. (78) Donus, 676. (79) Agatho, 678. (80) Leo II, 682. (81) Benedict II, 684. (82) John V, 685. (83) Conon, 686. (84) Sergius I, 687. (85) John VI, 701. (86) John VII, 705. (87) Sisinnius, 708. (88) Constantine, 708. (89) Gregory II, 715. (90) Gregory III, 731. (91) Zachary, 741. (92) Stephen lI, 752. (93) Paul I, 757. (94) Stephen III, 768. (95) Adrian I, 772. (96) Leo III, 795. (97) Stephan IV, 816. (98) Paschal I, 817. (99) Engene II, 824. (100) Valentine, 827. (101) Gregory IV, 827. (102) Sergius II, 844. (103) Leo IV, 847. (104) Benedict III, 855. (105) Nicholas I, 858;. (106) Adrian II, 867. (107) John VIII, 872. (108) Marinus I, 882. (109) Adrian III, 884. (110) Stephen V, 885. (111) Formosus, 891. (112) Boniface VI. (113) Steven VI, 897. (114) Romanus, 897. (115) Theodore lI, 897. (1l6) John IX, 898. (117) Benedict IV, 900. (118) Leo V, 903. (119) Sergius 111,904. (120) Anastasius III, 911. (121) Landus, 913. (122) John X, 914. (123) Leo VI, 938. (124) Stephen VII, 928. (125) John XI, 931. (126) Leo VII, 936. (127) Stephen VIII, 939. (128) Maginus II, 942. (129) Agapitus II, 946. (130) John XIII, 955. (131) Leo VII, 963. (132) Benedict V, 964. (133) John XIV, 965/ (134) Benedict VI, 973. (135) Benedict VII, 974. (136) John XIV, 983. (137) John XV, 985. (138) Gregory V, 996. (139) Sylvester II, 999. (140) John XVII, 1003. (141) John XVIII, 1004. (142) Sergius IV, 1009. (143) Benedict VIII, 1012. (144) John XIX, 1024. (145) Benedict lX, 1032. (146) Sylvester III, 1045. (241) James Coyon de Matignon, was consecrated by Jaques-Benigne Bossuet in 1693. (242) Dominicus Marie Varlet, Consecrated in 1719 in Paris by Bishop de Matignon, assisted by both the Bishop of Quebec and the Bishop of Claremont. Varlet was named Coadjutor to the Roman Catholic Bishop of Babylon who died on 20 November 1717, and Bishop Varlet succeeded to the title. After a period in Persia at Schamake, he was suspended from office for alleged technical irregularities, including the confirmation of 604 candidates in Holland, whom he had confirmed at the request of the Church in Amsterdam. The Dutch Church had been without a bishop for 18 years as a punishment from Rome because the Dutch Church refused to cooperate in the persecution of the "Jansenists" in Holland.] Following the election of... (243) Comelius Van Steenhoven to serve as Archbisbop of Utrecht, the Primatial See of Holland, Varlet agreed to perform the consecration, which he did on 15 October 1724, thus making Van Steenhoven the seventh Archbishop of Utrecht and canonical successor to Saint WllIibrord, the British missionary who had brought the Christian faith to Holland. In this consecratiou was born the succession of the Old Catholic Church. (244) Johannes Van Slipinout, 1745. (245) Gaullhenis Michaci Van Niewenhuizen, 1786. (246) Adrian Brockman, 1778. (247) Johannes Jacobus Van Rhijin, 1797. (248) Gilbenus de Jong, 1805. (249) Wilibrordus Van Os, 1814. (250) Jobanfles Bon, 1819. (251) Johannes Van Santen, 1825. (252) Flermanus Heukamp, 1854. (253) Caspanis Johannes Rinkel, 1873. (254) Gerardus Gul, 1892. (255) Arnold Harris Mathew was consecrated on 28 April 1908 by Archbishop Gul of Utrecht, assisted by Bishop J. J. Van Thiel of Haarlem, Bishop N. B. P. Spit of Deventer and Bishop J. Demmel of Bonn, Germany, to serve as the first Old Catholic Bishop of Britain. (256) Fredrick Wiloughby, 1914. (257) James Wedgewood, 1916. (258) Irving Cooper, 1919. (259) Charles Hampton, 1931. Hampton was Principal consecrator of... (260) Herman A. Spruit, 1957. (261) Roberto de La Caridad Toca y Medina, 1982. (262) Jorge Enrique Rodriguez -Villa, 1985.
The Russian Orthodox Succession: 1. St. Andrew the Apostle 2. Stachys 3. Onesimus 4. Polycarpus I 5. Plutarch 6. Sedecion 7. Diogenes 8. Eleutherius 9. Felix 10. Polycarpus II 11. Athendodorus 12. Euzois 13. Laurence 14. Alypius 15. Pertinax 16. Olympians 17. Mark I 18. Philadelphus 19. Ciriacus I 20. Castinus 21. Eugenius I 22. Titus 23. Dometius 24. Rufinus I 25. Probus 26. Metrophanes 27. Alexander 28. Paul I 29. Eusebius of Nicomedia 30. Macedonius I 31. Eudoxius of Antioch 32. Demophilus 33. Euagrius 34. Maximus 35. Gregory I 36. Nectarius 37. John Chrysostom 38. Arsacius of Tarsus 39. Atticus 40. Sisinius I 41. Nestorius 42. Maximianus 43. Proclus 44. Phlabianus 45. Anatolius 46. Gennadius I 47. Acacius 48. Phrabitas 49. Euphemius 50. Macedonus II 51. Timotheus I 52. John II 53. Epiphanius 54. Anthimus I 55. Menas 56. Eutychius 57. John III 58. John IV 59. Cyriacus 60. Thomas I 61. Sergius I 62. Pyrrhus I 63. Paul II 64. Peter 65. Thomas II 66. John V 67. Constantine I 68. Theodore I 69. George I 70. Paul III 71. Callinicus I 72. Cyrus 73. John VI 74. Germanus I 75. Anastasius 76. Constantine II 77. Nicetas 78. Paul IV 79. Tarasius 80. Nicephorus I 81. Theodotus I Cassiteras 82. Antony I 83. John VII 84. Methodius I 85. Ignatius I 86. Photius I 87. Stephanus I 88. Antony II 89. Nicholas I 90. Euthymius I 91. Stephanus II 92. Tryphon 93. Theophylactus 94. Polyeuctus 95. Basil I 96. Antony III 97. Nicholas II 98. Leo Michael 99. Leontius 100. John I 101. Theopemptus 102. Hilarion 103. George 104. John II 105. John III 106. Ephraim 107. Nicolas 1 08. Nicephorus I 109. Nicetas 110. Micahel II 111. Clement 112. Constantine 113. Theodore 114. John IV 115. Constantine II 116. Nicephorus II 117. Matthew 118. Cyril I 119. Joseph 120. Cyril II 121. Maximus 122. Peter 123. Theognostes 124. Alexis 125. Cyprian 126. Photius 127. Isodore 128. Jonah 129. Theodosius 130. Phillip I 131. Gerontius 132. Zosimus 133. Simon 134. Barlaam 135. Daniel 136. Joasaph 137. Macarius 138. Germanus 139. Phillip 140. Cyril III 141. Anthony 142. Dionysius 143. Job 144. Hermongenes 145. Philaret 146. Joasaph I 147. Joseph 148. Nicon 149. Joasaph II 150. Pitrim 151. Joachim 152. Adrian 153. Stephan 154. Nikon 155. M. M. Nevsky 156. E. B. M. Meschersky 157. Aftimios Ofiesh 158. Sophronios Bishara 159. John More-Moreno 160. P. N. Cedarholm 161. N. B. A. Persson 162. Francisco Pagtakhan 163. Paul Christian G. W. Schultz 164. Jorge Enrique Rodriguez-Villa...
THOMAS CRANMER Apostolic Succession to Rodriguez-Villa Jorge Enrique: The Holy Apostles Peter and Paul, established the Church of Rome, and PETER consecrated the first Bishop of Rome. Both PETER and PAUL were martyred and buried at Rome. The Church of Rome: The Apostolic Succession of the Bishops of Rome, who are the Primates of the one holy Catholic and Apostolic Church by virtue of their Succession from PETER and who bear the title of Pope, descending from Pope LINUS to Pope GREGORY the Great and unto the following men of God: 66 LINUS. 79 ANACLETUS. 91 CLEMENT. 100 EVARISTUS. 109 ALEXANDER. 116 SIXTUS I. 125 TELESPHORUS. 136 HYGINUS. 142 PIUS I. 155 ANICETUS. 166 SOTER. 174 ELEUTHERIUS. 189 VICTOR I. 198 ZEPHYRINUS. 217 CALLISTUS I. 222 URBAN I. 230 PONTIAN. 235 ANTERUS. 236 FABIAN. 250 CORNELIUS. 253 LUCIUS. 254 STEPHEN I. 257 SIXTUS II. 260 DIONYSIUS. 269 FELIX I. 275 EUTYCHIAN. 283 CAIUS. 296 MARCELLINUS. 306 MARCELLUS I. 319 EUSEBIUS. 311 MILTIADES. 314 SYLVESTER I. In the Year of Our Lord 325, the Emperor Constantine summoned the First General, or Ecumenical, Council of the Bishops of the Catholic Church to condemn the Arian heresy and to settle authoritatively the true orthodox Christian Faith. 336 MARK. 337 JULIUS I. 352 LIBERIUS. 366 DAMASUS I. 384 SIRICIUS. 399 ANASTASIUS I. 401 INNOCENT I. In the Year of Our Lord 410, the City of Rome was invaded and sacked by the northern tribes, called Barbarians by the Romans. 417 ZOSIMUS. 418 BONIFACE I. 422 CELESTINE I. 432 SIXTUS III. 440 LEO I. 461 HILARUS. 468 SIMPLICIUS. 483 FELIX II. 492 GELASIUS I. 496 ANASTASIUS II. 498 SYMMACHUS. 514 HORMISDAS. 523 JOHN I. 526 FELIX III. 530 BONIFACE II. 532 JOHN II. 535 AGAPITUS. 536 SILVERIUS. 537 VIGILIUS. 556 PELAGIUS I. 561 JOHN III. 575 BENEDICT I. 579 PELAGIUS II. 590 GREGORY I. Pope GREGORY I consecrated AUGUSTINE and sent him to Britain as a missionary to and bishop for the people of the Isles. In the Year of Our Lord 597, AUGUSTINE and a small band of monks arrived in Isles, landing on the Isle of Thanet. After preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the King and his earls, King Ethelbert was baptized by AUGUSTINE. Pope Gregory appointed AUGUSTINE the first Archbishop of Canterbury and the first Primate of the Church of England. The Church of England The Apostolic Succession of the Archbishops of Canterbury received from the Bishops of Rome and descending from AUGUSTINE to ETHELRED : 597 AUGUSTINE. 604 LAURENTIUS. 619 MELLITUS. 624 JUSTUS. 627 HONORIUS. 655 DEUSDEDIT. In the Year of Our Lord 664, the Synod of Whitby was held whereat the ancient British Church and the Church of England are united together into one Church, the Celtic Christians agreeing to observe the date of Easter as it was observed throughout the rest of the Catholic Church. 668 THEODORE. 693 BRITHWALD. 731 TATWINE. 735 NOTHELM. 742 CUTHBERT. 759 BREGWINE. 763 LAMBRITH. 793 AETHELHARD. 804 WULFRED. 830 THEOLGILD. 833 CEOLNOTH. 870 ETHELRED. In the Year of Our Lord 871, Alfred was crowned King. During the Reign of King Alfred the Great, all the Saxon kingdoms were united into one Kingdom of England. The Archbishops of Canterbury The Succession of the Bishops of Rome from Pope SABINIAN to Pope FORMOSUS: 604 SABINIAN. 607 BONIFACE III. 608 BONIFACE IV. 615 ADEODATUS I. 619 BONIFACE V. 625 HONORIUS I. 638 SEVERINUS. 640 JOHN IV. 642 THEODORE I. 649 MARTIN I. 654 EUGENE I. 657 VITALIAN. 672 ADEODATUS II. 676 DONUS. 678 AGATHO. 681 LEO II. 683 BENEDICT II. 685 JOHN V. 686 CONON. 687 SERGIUS I. 701 JOHN VI. 705 JOHN VII. 708 SISINNIUS. 709 CONSTANTINE. 715 GREGORY II. 731 GREGORY III. 741 ZACHARIUS. 752 STEPHEN II. 752 STEPHEN III. 757 PAUL I. 768 STEPHEN IV. 772 HADRIAN I. 795 LEO II. 816 STEPHEN V. 817 PASCHAL I. 824 EUGENE II. 827 VALENTINE. 827 GREGORY IV. 844 SERGIUS II. 847 LEO IV. 855 BENEDICT III. 858 NICHOLAS I. In the Year of Our Lord 864, Pope NICHOLAS consecrated FORMOSUS Bishop of Porto. 867 HADRIAN II. 872 JOHN VIII. 882 MARINUS I. 884 HADRIAN III. 885 STEPHEN VI. 891 FORMOSUS. In the Year of Our Lord 891, Pope FORMOSUS consecrated PHLEGMUND to be the Archbishop of Canterbury. In the Year of Our Lord 909, PHLEGMUND consecrated ALTHELM to be the Bishop of Wells, and thereafter ATHELM succeeded PHLEGMUND as the Archbishop of Canterbury. 923 ATHELM. 928 WULFHELM. 941 ODO SEVERUS. 954 DUNSTAN. 988 AETHELGAR. 989 SIRICIUS. 996 AELFRIC. 1005 ALPHEGE. 1013 LEOVINGUS. 1020 AETHELNOT. 1038 EADSIGE. 1050 ROBERT de JUMIEGES. 1052 STIGAND. In the Year of Our Lord 1066, the Normans invaded England, and Duke William of Normandy, known as William the Conqueror, was crowned the first Norman King of England at Westminster Abbey, London, on Christmas Day of that same year. 1070 LANFRANC. 1093 ANSELM. 1114 RODULPH d'ESCUTURES. 1122 WILLIAM CORBEUIL. 1138 THEOBALD. 1162 THOMAS à BECKET. 1171 RICHARD. 1184 BALDWIN. 1191 REGINALD FITZJOCELYN. 1193 HUBERT WALTER. 1207 STEPHEN LANGTON. 1229 ROBERT WETHERSHED. 1234 EDMUND RICH. 1245 BONIFACE of SAVOY. 1272 ROBERT KILWARBY. 1278 JOHN PECKHAM. 1294 ROBERT WINCHELSEY. In the year of our Lord 1297, Sir William Wallace, Guardian of Scotland, won the battle of Stirling Bridge against the invading English. Wallace is executed in 1305. Robert the Bruce is coronated King Robert the First, King of Scots in 1306. 1313 WALTER REYNOLD. In the year of our Lord 1316, Scotland is freed forever from foreign foes at the Battle of Bannockburn. In the year of our Lord 1320, King Robert the Bruce calls the Scottish Parliament into session at Arbroath Abbey to hammer out a letter of protest to Pope John XXII in Avignon. This letter becomes know as the Declaration of Arbroath, or the Scottish Declaration of Independence. They request independence from the English. Additionally, they declare their obedience to the Pope, “ready to do your will in all things, as obedient sons to you as His Vicar: and to Him as the Supreme King and Judge.” 1328 ROBERT MEPEHAM. 1333 JOSEPH STRATFORD. During the Years of Our Lord 1348 and 1349, the Black Death (which had come by ship to Europe from Asia) ravaged Britain and Europe. 1349 THOMAS BRADWARDINE. 1349 SIMON ISLIP. 1366 SIMON LANGHAM. 1386 WILLIAM WITTLESLY. 1375 SIMON SUDBURY. 1381 WILLIAM COURTNEY. 1396 THOMAS ARUNDLE. 1414 HENRY CHICHELEY. 1443 JOHN STAFFORD. 1452 JOSEPH KEMP. 1454 THOMAS BOUCHIER. 1486 JOHN MORTON. 1501 HENRY DEAN. 1503 WILLIAM WAREHAM. 1533 THOMAS CRANMER. In the Year of Our Lord 1535, King Henry the Eighth renounced Papal jurisdiction over the English Church. In the Year of Our Lord 1547, King Henry the Eighth died, and his young son Edward acceded to the English throne as King Edward the Sixth. In the Year of Our Lord 1555, King Edward the Sixth died, and his half-sister Mary acceded to the English throne as Queen Mary the First. Queen Mary restored the Papal jurisdiction over the English Church, and appointed her kinsman REGINALD POLE as the Archbishop of Canterbury. Under Queen Mary, the Church of England was reconciled with to the Papacy, the Latin Mass was restored, and the Inquisition was brought to England. The new Archbishop of Canterbury had been made a Cardinal of the Roman Church and was appointed the agent for the reconciliation of the English Church and nation with the Pope of Rome. In the Year of Our Lord 1556, the deposed Archbishop of Canterbury, and translator and reviser of the Liturgy of the English Church, THOMAS CRANMER, was tried for heresy by the Inquisition and burned at the stake by order of the Queen. 1556 REGINALD POLE. In the Year of Our Lord 1558, Queen Mary died, and her half-sister Elizabeth acceded to the English throne as Queen Elizabeth the First. Queen Elizabeth renounced all Papal jurisdictions over the Church of England, and restored the reformed English Liturgy. The Queen appointed MATTHEW PARKER as the new Archbishop of Canterbury, the See having been left vacant by the death of REGINALD POLE who died on the same day as his cousin Queen Mary. MATTHEW PARKER was consecrated Archbishop of Canterbury by authority of the mandate of Queen Elizabeth on the morning of the 17th December 1559 by the four loyal Bishops WILLIAM BARLOWE, JOHN SCORY, MILES COVERDALE, and JOHN HODGEKYN, at Lambeth Palace. 1559 MATTHEW PARKER. 1575 EDMUND GRINDAL. 1583 JOHN WITGIFT. In the Year of Our Lord 1603, Queen Elizabeth the First died, and the son of her first cousin, Mary, Queen of Scots, acceded to the English and Scottish thrones as King James the First of England and Sixth of Scotland. 1604 RICHARD BANCROFT. In the Year of Our Lord 1611, King James the First authorized a new translation of the Holy Scriptures into the English language, and the Authorized Version, commonly called the King James Version, of the English Bible was given to the English-speaking peoples. In 1607 the first English settlers arrive in Virginia at a small island that will be named for their King. The settlement is named Jamestown. They found the first permanent English settlement in the New World. Shortly after their arrival they celebrate the first Holy Communion in Virginia on June 21, 1607, the Twenty-first Sunday after Trinity. They shade themselves from the hot sun by erecting a sail from the ship. Their altar is a split tree trunk placed upon two cut saplings. Of the one-hundred and three souls who arrived most perished before spring including the Rev. Robert Hunt. With this first Holy Communion the settlers began the Anglican Faith of Virginia and of the New World. The survivers would be joined by others and found the first democratic assembly in the New World. Their faith and vision would spark the torch of democracy and freedom for all the entire world to see. 1611 GEORGE ABBOT. In the Year of Our Lord 1625, King James the First died, and his son Charles acceded to the English and Scottish thrones as King Charles the First. 1633 WILLIAM LAUD. WILLIAM LAUD had as one of his Consecrators MARC ANTONY De DOMINIS, the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Spolatro, thus adding another recognized line of the Roman Catholic Succession to the Apostolic Succession of the Bishops of the Church of England and the Episcopal Church of Scotland. He would regularize Holy Services and direct the Altars be placed against the East wall of the Church Building in order that the Priest would celebrate with the people facing Jerusalem. He would restore Catholicity to the worship but not to rejoin the Roman Church. In the Year of Our Lord 1645, during the Civil War fought between the forces of the King Charles the First and the Church and the forces of the Puritans, the Archbishop of Canterbury, WILLIAM LAUD, was imprisoned and executed by the Puritans for defending the Catholic Faith and the settled establishment of the Church of England. In the Year of Our Lord 1649, the Puritans declared England a republic and the King to be a traitor. On the 30th January 1649, the Puritans executed King Charles the First. The leader of the Puritan forces, Oliver Cromwell, was declared Lord Protector of England by the House of Commons, and England suffered under Puritan tyranny during the Protectorate of Cromwell. During the time of the Interregnum, the See of Canterbury was vacant for fifteen Years. In the Year of Our Lord 1660, the Kingdom was restored, and the exiled Heir of the martyred King acceded to the throne as King Charles the Second. King Charles the Second appointed WILLIAM JUXON to the See of Canterbury. 1660 WILLIAM JUXON In the Year of Our Lord 1661, King Charles the Second had the Book of Common Prayer revised, and in the Year of Our Lord 1662 the revised Prayer Book was published and ordered by both the King and the Convocations of Canterbury and York to be used throughout England and Wales. 1663 GILBERT SHELDON. 1678 WILLIAM SANCROFT. In the Year of Our Lord 1685, King Charles the Second died, and his brother acceded to the English and Scottish thrones as King James the Second of England and Seventh of Scotland. The King was received into the communion of the Church of Rome. In the Year of Our Lord 1688, the Queen was delivered of a Prince, and the nation feared that a Roman Catholic would accede to the English throne and undermine the settlement of religion established by Queen Elizabeth the First. The King and Queen with the infant Prince fled England for France, and Parliament invited the daughter of the King by his first Queen, The Princess Mary, and her Dutch husband, Prince William of Orange, to come to England and to reign conjointly as Queen Mary the Second and King William the Third. Many of the Clergy and a number of Bishops, including the Archbishop of Canterbury, having already taken an Oath of Allegiance to King James the Second, refused to take the Oath of Allegiance to the new Sovereigns. The Archbishop of Canterbury, and a great number of Bishops and Clergy, are deposed and deprived of their Sees and Benefices. These Bishops and Clergy became known as Non-Jurors, and they continued to worship privately until the death of King James the Second, and many of these Non-Jurors went to Scotland and there became Bishops and Clergy of the Episcopal Church of Scotland. The Non-Juring line of the Episcopal succession of the Scottish Episcopal Church would later be transmitted to the Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America through its first Bishop, SAMUEL SEABURY. 1691 JOHN TILOTSON. 1694 THOMAS TENISON. In the Year of Our Lord 1694, Queen Mary the Second died. In the Year of Our Lord 1702, King William the Third died, and his sister-in-law and daughter of King James the Second acceded to the British throne as Queen Anne. Queen Anne richly endowed the Church upon her death in 1714, which has since come to be known as Queen Anne's Bounty. In the Year of Our Lord 1706, the Kingdoms of England and Scotland were united together as the United Kingdom of Great Britain. In the Year of Our Lord 1714, upon the death of The Queen, Parliament enacted the Act of Settlement, and asked the Protestant descendant of King James the First, Prince George of Hanover, to accept the throne of Great Britain. Prince George of Hanover acceded to the throne as King George the First of Great Britain. 1715 WILLIAM WAKE. In the Year of Our Lord 1727, King George the First died, and his son acceded to the British throne as King George the Second. 1737 JOHN POTTER. 1747 THOMAS HERRING. 1757 MATTHEW HUTTON. 1758 THOMAS SECKER. In the Year of Our Lord 1760, King George the Second died, and his son acceded to the British throne as King George the Third. 1768 FREDERICK CORNWALLIS. In the Year of Our Lord 1776, thirteen British colonies seceded from the British Empire and united to form the United States of America. The authority of The King was rejected in favor of an elected President and Congress. The Church of England in the newly-formed United States of America was re-named the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, and the Protestant Episcopal Church was disestablished under the terms of the new Constitution. 1783 JOHN MOORE. The Protestant Episcopal Church: The Apostolic Succession of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America received from the Bishops of the Scottish Episcopal Church and the Archbishops of Canterbury: 1784 Samuel Seabury. In the Year of Our Lord 1784, SAMUEL SEABURY was consecrated the first Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church by Bishops KILGOUR, PETRIE, and SKINNER, of the Scottish Episcopal Church. 1787 Samuel Provoost. In the Year of Our Lord 1787, SAMUEL PROVOOST was consecrated Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church by the Archbishop of Canterbury, JOHN MOORE, assisted by the Archbishop of York, and the Bishops of Peterborough and Bath and Wells. 1787 William White. In the Year of Our Lord 1787, WILLIAM WHITE was consecrated Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church by the Archbishop of Canterbury, JOHN MOORE, and the Bishops of Peterborough and Bath and Wells. 1790 James Madison. In the Year of Our Lord 1790, JAMES MADISON was consecrated Bishop of Protestant Episcopal Church by the Archbishop of Canterbury, JOHN MOORE, assisted by the Bishops of London and Rochester. 1792 Thomas John Clagett. In the Year of Our Lord 1792, Bishops SAMUEL SEABURY, SAMUEL PROVOOST, WILLIAM WHITE, and JAMES MADISON, consecrated THOMAS JOHN CLAGETT Bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church. 1819 Thomas Brownell. THOMAS JOHN CLAGETT assisted in consecrating EDWARD BASS, who in turn assisted in consecrating BENJAMIN MOORE, who in turn assisted in consecrating JOHN HENRY HOBART and ALEXANDER GRISWOLD. WILLIAM WHITE, JOHN HENRY THOMAS and ALEXANDER GRISWOLD consecrated THOMAS BROWNELL in the Year of Our Lord 1819. Thus through THOMAS BROWNELL the lines of Apostolic Succession descending from the Archbishops of Canterbury, the Archbishops of York, the Bishops of London, the Bishops of Peterborough, the Bishops of Bath and Wells, and the Bishops of Rochester, as well as from the Non-Juring lines of succession of the Scottish Church, were joined together and were transmitted. Anglican: MOORE - White - Hopkins - Chechemian - Crow - Newman - Maxey - Wadle - Spruit - Toca - Jorge Enrique Rodriguez-Villa -... Non-Juring Bishops of England: MONTAIGNE - Seabury - Richardson - Newman - Maxey - Wadle - Spruit - Toca - Jorge Enrique Rodriguez-Villa -...
* Additional Apostolic Succession of the Church of Antioch Through Co-Consecrating Patriarch Roberto C. Toca for Archbishop Jorge Rodriguez-Villa... [III] Roman Catholic-Old Catholic: St. Peter - Gul - Mathew - Wedgewood - Hampton -Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa –... [IV] Syrian Antiochene: St. Peter - Alvarez - Vilatte - Lloyd - Raleigh - Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa -... [V] Syrian Gallican: derived from a French branch of the same line as above and conveyed through Newman - Palatine - Holler - Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa -... [VI] Armenian Uniate: Chorchurian - Chechemian - Crow - Newman - Maxey - Wadle - Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa -... [VII] Syro-Chaldean: St. Thomas - Shimon XVIII - Antony - Bartlett - Newman - Maxey - Wadle - Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa -... [VIII] Chaldean Uniate: Brooks - Newman - Palatine - Hoeller - Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa -... [ IX] Coptic Orthodox: St. Peter - St. Mark - Patriarchal See of Alexandria - Newman - Maxey - Wadle - Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa -... [X] Order of Corporate Reunion: Lee - Secombe - Crow - Newman - Maxey - Wadle - Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa -... [XI] Anglican: Moore - White - Hopkins - Chechemian - Crow - Newman - Maxey - Wadle - Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa -... [XII] Greek Melchite: Cyril VI - Savoya - Aneed - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa -... [XIII] Orthodox Patriarchate (Constantinople): Sergius - Kleefish - Aneed - Wadle - Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa -... [XIV] Russian Orthodox: Nikon - Makarius - Ortinsky - Kleefish - Aneed - Wadle - Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa -... [XV] Polish National Catholic: Kaminsky - Vilatte - Wadle - Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa -... [ XVI] Albanian: Pedrovski - Zeiger - Roebke - Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa -... [XVII] Welsh Succession: Field - Laud - Richardson - Chechemian - Crow - Newman - Maxey - Wadle - Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa -... [XVIII] Non-Juring Bishops of England: Montaigne - Seabury - Richardson - Newman - Maxey - Wadle - Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa -... [XIX] Irish Succession: Hampton, Archbishop of Armagh - Howson - Laud - Maxey - Wadle - Spruit - Toca - Rodriguez-Villa...
* Additional Apostolic Succession of the Philippine Independent Catholic Church through Consecrating Bishop Paul Christian Schultz for Archbishop Jorge Rodriguez-Villa... [XX] On 15 August 1954, + Esteban Mayer Corradi-Sacrella, assisted by +Carlos Duarte Costa, consecrated sub conditione + Emile Federico Rodriguez y Durand (Fairfield), (b) who on 20 March 1977, consecrated sub conditione + Paul Christian G. W. Schultz, (c) who on 1 August 1992, consecrated sub conditione + Jorge Rodriguez-Villa...

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