The Titular Bishopric of Vita (Vitensis) was a Roman – Berber civitas in Africa Proconsularis. It is a former Christian diocese and Latin Catholic titular see. The name 'Vita' means life.
The ancient city of Vita's location is identified with the ruins of Beni-Derraj in modern Tunisia. It was important enough in the late Roman province of Byzacenato become one of the many suffragan sees of its capital Hadrumetum (modern (Sousse))'s Metropolitan Archbishorpic. Founded during Roman times, it survived the Vandal and Byzantine rule, but ceased to function following the Umayyad conquest of 670AD.
Among the bishops of Vita is noted especially Victor (487–?), an ecclesiastical writer who witnessed the occupation of Roman North Africa and the persecution of Catholics by the Vandals.
Another well-known bishop of Vita was Pampiniano, a victim of the Arian 487AD persecution by Vandal king Genseric and remembered by the Roman Martyrology on November 28.
The Roman-era civitas (town) of Vita was the seat of a Roman Catholic diocese of Africa Proconsulare. There were two known bishops:
The diocese was nominally restored in 1933 as a Latin titular bishopric.
It has had the following incumbents, of the (lowest) episcopal rank :
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