|Aldo Mongiano, I.M.C.|
|Bishop of Diocese of Roraima (emeritus)|
|Church||Roman Catholic Church|
|See||Diocese of Roraima|
|In office||1979 - 1996|
|Successor||Apparecido José Dias|
|Ordination||3 June 1943|
|Born||1 November 1919|
Aldo Mongiano, IMC (born 1 November 1919) is an Italian-born Brazil-based bishop of the Roman Catholic Church.
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