- Capaccio and Vallo
- Capaccio and Vallo• Suffragan diocese of Salerno
Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006.
- Capaccio and ValloCapaccio and Vallo† Catholic_Encyclopedia ► Capaccio and Vallo(CAPUTAQUENSIS ET VALLENSIS)Suffragan diocese of Salerno.Capaccio is a city in the province of Salerno (Italy), in an unhealthy region, not far from the ruins of the ancient Paestum. It is believed that Capaccio was built after the destruction of Paestum by the Saracens (915), and that the see was transferred there. The first known bishop of Capaccio is Arnolfo, present at the council of the Lateran in 1179. Lelio Morello, elected in 1586, obtained from Sixtus V the transfer of the bishop's residence to Dania. Other bishops worthy of mention were: the zealous monk Pietro Matta de Haro (1611), who was assisted by the venerable Gian Filippo Romanello, founder of a congregation of priests for the instruction of the peasantry in the articles of faith; the learned Cardinal Francesco Maria Brancacci (1627); Tommaso Caraffa (1639), and Giovanni della Pace (1684). The bishop resides at Vallo. The diocese contains a population of 122,400, with 102 parishes, 282 churches and chapels, 256 secular and 14 regular priests, and 3 religious houses for men.U. BENIGNITranscribed by Katherine M. Wrightson In memoriam, Virginia Hagen Wrightson
The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume VIII. — New York: Robert Appleton Company. Nihil Obstat. 1910.
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