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Proposal to Raise 3 New Regia in the Bogota Senatus Area, Columbia
June 2017

PROPOSAL TO RAISE 3 NEW REGIA IN THE BOGOTA SENATUS AREA, COLUMBIA

A proposal to raise 3 new Regia in the Bogota Senatus area of Columbia was approved by Concilium. There are 8 Archdioceses in the Bogota Senatus area with 5 Regiae in 5 of the 8 Archdioceses. The proposed new Regiae, 1 in the Archdiocese of Bogota and 1 in each of the other 2 Archdioceses are as follows:

(1) Regia for Cartagena. There are 2 Comitia in Cartegena City, one of the two “Visitacion de la Virgen Maria” with 12 praesidia and 16 Curiae to be raised to Regia status and the Legion in the suffrage Dioceses to be affiliated i.e. Sincelejo (1Comitium), Manague (2 Comitia), Monteria (1 Comitium) and Monte Libano, which has no Legion presence, for extension.

(2) Regia for the Archdiocese of Nueva Pamplona. The seat of the Regia will be in the Diocese of Cucuta where the Legion is strongest with two Comitia: Comitioum Immaculata with 12 praesidia and 6 Curiae to be raised to Regia status and the Legion in the Archdiocese and the suffragen Dioceses to be affiliated i.e. Diocese of Nueva Pamplona with 1 Comitium. Diocese of Ocana with 1 Comitium. Diocese of Tibu with 1 Comitium and Diocese of Arauca with 1 Comitium.

(3) Regia for the Archdiocese of Bogota: The seat of the Regia to be in the Diocese of Fontibon with 2 Comitia. Comitium Corazon Immaculata de Maria to be raised to Regia status with 12 praesidia and 4 Curiae and the Legion in the suffragen Diocese to be affiliated i.e. Diocese of Facastativa with 1 Curia. Diocese of Engativa with 3 Comitia. Diocese of Zipaquira with 1 Comitium. Diocese of Girardot with 2 Comitia and Diocese of Soache with 2 Comitia.

Ecclesiastical approval has been given for the formation of these new Regiae.

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