Tommaso Imperato

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Tommaso Imperato
Bishop of Vico Equense
Church Catholic Church
Diocese Diocese of Vico Equense
In office1647-1656
Predecessor Alessandro Pauli
Successor Giovanni Battista Repucci
Orders
Consecration2 June 1647
by  Pier Luigi Carafa
Personal details
Born1596
Naples, Italy
Died7 October 1656 (age 60)
Vico Equense, Italy
NationalityItalian

Tommaso Imperato (1596 7 October, 1656) was a Roman Catholic prelate who served as Bishop of Vico Equense (1647–1656). [1]

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Biography

Tommaso Imperato was born in Naples, Italy in 1596. [1] On 27 May 1647, he was appointed during the papacy of Pope Innocent X as Bishop of Vico Equense. [1] On 2 June 1647, he was consecrated bishop by Pier Luigi Carafa, Cardinal-Priest of Santi Silvestro e Martino ai Monti, with Ranuccio Scotti Douglas, Bishop of Borgo San Donnino, and Alessandro Vittrici, Bishop of Alatri, serving as co-consecrators. [1] He served as Bishop of Vico Equense until his death on 7 October 1656. [1]

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References

  1. 1 2 3 4 5 "Bishop Tommaso Imperato" Catholic-Hierarchy.org . David M. Cheney. Retrieved July 6, 2016
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Alessandro Pauli
Bishop of Vico Equense
1647–1656
Succeeded by
Giovanni Battista Repucci