Succion of our ArchBishop



(The Old Roman Catholic Church)

  1. St. Peter the Apostle.
  1. Linus, 67.
  1. Anacletus {Cletus}, 76
  1. Clement, 88
  1. Evaristus, 97.
  1. 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 Constantinus. 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. 895

(113) Steven VI, 897.

(114) Romanus, 897.

(115) Theodore lI, 897.

(116) 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 Steen oven 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 Rodríguez-Villa, 1985.

(263) Leonardo Marín-Saavedra, 2003.



Antiochian Syro-Jacobite Line IAL Línea Sirio- Jacobina de Antioquía
  1. St Peter the Apostle, who consecrated,
  1. St Evodius, the Bishop and Patriarch of Antioch, who consecrated
  1. St Ignatius, Martyr, ca. 68 A.D., who consecrated
  1. St Aaron, ca, 107 A.D., who consecrated
  1. St Cornelius, 137 A.D., who consecrated
  1. St Eados, 142 A.D., who consecrated
  1.  St Theophilus, 157 A.D., who consecrated
  1. St Maximin, 171 A.D., who consecrated
  1. St Seraphin, 179 A.D., who consecrated
  1.  St. Asclepiades, Martyr, 189 A.D., who consecrated
  1. Philippe, 201 A.D., who consecrated
  1. Zebinus, 219 A.D., who consecrated
  1. Babylas, 219 A.D., who consecrated
  1.  Fabiur, 250 A.D., who consecrated
  1. Demetius, 251 A.D., who consecrated
  1. Paul I, 259 A.D., who consecrated
  1.  Domnus I, 270 A.D., who consecrated
  1. Timothy, 281 A.D., who consecrated
  1.  Cirilo, 291 A.D., who consecrated
  1. Tirantus, 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

60. 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 Rodríguez-Villa, 6 January 1985, who consecrated

142. Leonardo Marin-Saavedra, 15 June 2003.