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The article fails to mention the Latin Patriarch of Jeruselem, who is also a partriarch of the Latin Ritual Church within the Catholic Church. Also the article fails to define what is meant by "Western Church". Surely the Luterans, Presbyterians, Anglicans and Methodists are not indicated, are they?

This article's heading is "Patriarch of Venice". For general discussion of patriarch see the articles "patriarch" and "patriarchate". There is as of 12 March 2005 no article about "Western Church" yet. However, there are articles "Latin rite" and "Roman Catholic Church". See them first before creating the article. --Eleassar777 17:10, 12 Mar 2005 (UTC)

Two pages


It may be best to merge this page with the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Venice. 22 May 2006

I disagree. The office has had some pretty influential holders, and is steeped in tradition related to the Patriarchy. A diocese is different and distinct.--Ror 17:11, 8 June 2006 (UTC)[reply]

Undid the merge. Benkenobi18 (talk) 20:58, 16 July 2008 (UTC)[reply]

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Lenten stational churches


According to [1]

First week of Lent

  • Sunday - Sti Zacaria ed Atanasio
  • Monday - Sti. Bartolomeo e Francesco da Paola
  • Tuesday - S. Simeone (S. Simon Grando)
  • Wednesday - Sta. Maria Gloriosa (ai Frari)
  • Thursday - S. Eustachio (San Stae)
  • Friday - Sti. Apostoli
  • Saturday - S. Giuseppe di Castello (S. Isepo de Castello)

Second week of Lent

  • Sunday - Ss. Salvatore (S. Salvador)
  • Monday - S. Silvestro
  • Tuesday - S. Cristoforo (Madonna dell'Orto)
  • Wednesday - Sti. Cassiano e Cecilia (S. Cassan)
  • Thursday - Sta. Maria della Salute
  • Friday - S. Giobbe profeta
  • Saturday - Sti. Ermagora e Fortunato (S. Marcuola)

Third week of Lent

  • Sunday - S. Nicolò di Tolentino
  • Monday - S. Maria di M. Carmini
  • Tuesday - S. Francesco a Vigna
  • Wednesday - S. Giacomo di Luprio (S. Giacomo dell'Orio)
  • Thursday - San Pantaleone (S. Pantalon)
  • Friday - S. Eufemia della Giudecca
  • Saturday - S. Giovanni Battista in Bragora

Fourth Week of Lent

  • Sunday - Sti. Geremia e Lucia
  • Monday - S. Canziano (S. Canzian)
  • Tuesday - Ss. Redentore alla Guidecca (Ss. Redentor alla Giudecca)
  • Wednesday - S. Paolo Apostolo (S. Polo)
  • Thursday - S. Martino
  • Friday - S. Alvise
  • Saturday - S. Nicolò dei Mendicoli

Fifth week of Lent

  • Passion Sunday - S. Pietro in Castello
  • Monday - Sti. Gervaso e Protasio (S. Trovaso)
  • Tuesday - S. Felice (S. Felise)
  • Wednesday - Sta. Maria del Rosario (i Gesuati)
  • Thursday - S. Gerolamo
  • Friday - Sti Stefano e Agostino
  • Saturday - S. Elena

Holy week

  • Palm Sunday - S. Marco
  • Monday - S. Luca Evangelista
  • Tuesday - Sta. Maria Formosa
  • Wednesday - S. Marco



Holy Thursday - S. Marco Good Friday - S. Marco Holy Saturday - S. Marco



Octave of Easter - S. Marco

Patriarchs created cardinals


Should we still speak that traditionally the patriarchs are created cardinals at the consistory following their appointment? The current patriarch is still a non-cardinal, although there were three consistories in the meantime. Gugganij (talk) 21:14, 24 February 2014 (UTC)[reply]