Apostolic Succession in the Roman Catholic Church

The Episcopal Lineage of Pope John Paul I

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Episcopal lineages

The EPISCOPAL LINEAGE

of

HIS HOLINESS

POPE JOHN PAUL I

Albino Luciani, Bishop of Vittorio Veneto, the future Pope John Paul I. Consecrated 27 December 1958 in Saint Peter`s Basilica, Vatican City, by His Holiness Blessed Pope John XXIII, assisted by Girolamo Bartolomeo Bortignon, O.F.M.Cap., Bishop of Padova, and Gioacchino Muccin, Bishop of Feltre e Belluno.

Please see the episcopal lineage of Blessed Pope John XXIII for the remainder of the lineage of Pope John Paul I

The Episcopal Lineage of Blessed Pope John XXIII

Pope John Paul I is the only twentieth century pope who did not consecrate any bishops, either before or after his election as pope.