|Bishop of Rio do Sul
|Roman Catholic Church
|Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Florianópolis
|Roman Catholic Diocese of Rio do Sul
|1969 - 2000
|José Jovêncio Balestieri
|December 8, 1951
|August 3, 1969
by Alfonso Niehues
|September 1, 1925
São Ludgero, Brazil
|April 30, 2013 87) (aged
Rio do Sul,
Tito Buss (1 September 1925 – 30 April 2013) was the Catholic bishop of the Diocese of Rio do Sul, Brazil.
Tito Buss was born in São Ludgero, Brazil. Ordained to the priesthood in December 8, 1951, he was named bishop in 1969 and retired in 2000.
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Events from the year 2013 in Brazil.
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