Jean-Claude Boulanger

His Excellency
Jean-Claude Boulanger
Bishop of Bayeux-Lisieux
ChurchRoman Catholic Church
SeeDiocese of Bayeux
In office12 March 2010
PredecessorPierre Pican
Orders
Ordination25 June 1972
Consecration2 December 2001
by Jean-Paul Jaeger
Personal details
Born(1945-03-01) 1 March 1945 (age 72)
Journy, France
NationalityFrench
MottoConfidite nolite timere
Coat of arms

Biography

Jean-Claude Ézechiel Jean-Baptiste Boulanger (given birth to 1 March 1945) is usually a People from france bishop of Bayeux.

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^ Jean-Claude Boulanger on Catholic-hierarchy.org Catholic Cathedral game titles Preceded by Pierre Pican Bishop of Bayeux 2010–present Succeeded by Incumbent v t e Hierarchy from the Catholic Cathedral in France Province of Besançon Jean-Luc Bouilleret (Besançon) Dominique Blanchet (Belfort–Montbéliard) Jean-Louis Papin (Nancy) Vincent Jordy (Saint-Claude) Didier Berthet (Saint-Dié) Jean-Paul Gusching (Verdun) Province of Bordeaux Jean-Pierre Ricard (Bordeaux) Hubert Herbreteau (Agen) Sede vacante (Aire) Marc Aillet (Bayonne) Philippe Mousset (Périgueux) Province of Clermont François Kalist (Clermont) Luc Crépy (Le Puy-en-Velay) Laurent Percerou (Moulins) Bruno Grua (Saint-Flour) Province of Dijon Roland Minnerath (Dijon) Hervé Jean Robert Giraud (Sens) Benoît Rivière (Autun) Thierry Brac de La Perrière (Nevers) Hervé Jean Robert Giraud (Objective de France) Province of Lille Laurent Ulrich (Lille) François Garnier (Cambrai) Jean-Paul Jaeger (Arras) Province of Lyon Philippe Barbarin (Lyon) Philippe Ballot (Chambéry) Yves Boivineau (Annecy) Pascal Roland (Belley–Ars) Man de Kerimel (Grenoble–Vienne-les-Allobroges) Sylvain Bataille (Saint-Étienne) Pierre-Yves Michel (Valence) Jean-Louis Balsa (Viviers) Province of Marseille Georges Pontier (Marseille) Christophe Dufour (Aix-en-Provence) Jean-Pierre Cattenoz (Avignon) Olivier de Germay (Ajaccio) Jean-Philippe Nault (Digne) Dominique Rey (Fréjus–Toulon) Xavier Malle (Difference) André Marceau (Fine) Province of Montpellier Pierre-Marie Carré (Montpellier) Alain Globe (Carcassone) François Jacolin (Mende) Robert Wattebled (Nîmes) Norbert Turini (Perpignan–Elne) Province of Paris André Vingt-Trois (Paris) Michel Santier (Créteil) Michel Dubost (Évry–Corbeil-Essonnes) Jean-Yves Nahmias (Meaux) Michel Aupetit (Nanterre) Stanislas Lalanne (Pontoise) Pascal Delannoy (Saint-Denis) Éric Aumonier (Versailles) Province of Poitiers Pascal Wintzer (Poitiers) Hervé Gosselin (Angoulême) Georges Colomb (La Rochelle and Saintes) Pierre-Antoine Bozo (Limoges) Francis Bestion (Tulle) Province of Reims Thierry Jordan (Reims) Olivier Leborgne (Amiens) Jacques Benoit-Gonnin (Beauvais) François Touvet (Châlons) Joseph de Metz-Noblat (Langres) Renauld de Dinechin (Soissons) Marc Stenger (Troyes) Province of Rennes Pierre d'Ornellas (Rennes) Emmanuel Delmas (Angers) Thierry Scherrer (Laval) Yves Le Saux (Le Mans) Alain Castet (Luçon) Jean-Paul Adam (Nantes) Laurent Dognin (Quimper) Denis Moutel (Saint-Brieuc) Raymond Centène (Vannes) Province of Rouen Dominique Lebrun (Rouen) Jean-Claude Boulanger (Bayeux) Laurent Le Boulc'h (Coutances) Christian Nourrichard (Évreux) Jean-Luc Brunin (Le Havre) Jacques Habert (Séha sido) Province of Toulouse Robert Le Gall (Toulouse) Jean Legrez (Albi) Maurice Gardès (Auch) Laurent Camiade (Cahors) Bernard Ginoux (Montauban) Jean-Marc Eychenne (Pamiers) François Fonlupt (Rodez) Nicolas Brouwet (Tarbes-et-Lourdes) Province of Travels Bernard-Nicolas Aubertin (Travels) Armand Maillard (Bourges) Jean-Pierre Batut (Blois) Michel Pansard (Chartres) Jacques Blaquart (Orléans) Province of Martinique David Macaire (Fort-de-France) Jean-Yves Riocreux (Basse-Terre) Emmanuel Marie Philippe Louis Lafont (Cayenne) Province of Papeete Jean-Pierre Cottanceau (Papeete) Pascal Chang-Soi (Taiohae o Tefenuaenata) Province of Noumea Michel-Marie Calvet (Nouméa) Ghislain de Rasilly (Wallis and Futuna) John Bosco Baremes (Port-Vila) Directly in Holy See Luc Ravel (Strasbourg) Jean-Christophe Lagleize (Metz) Gilbert Aubry (Saint-Denis de La Réunion) Antoine de Romanet (Army Ordinariate of France) Ordinariate for Eastern Catholics Jean Teyrouz (Armenian Catholic Eparchy of Sainte-Croix-de-Paris) Nasser Gemayel (Maronite Catholic Eparchy of Our Female of Lebanon of Paris) Borys Gudziak (Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Saint Vladimir the fantastic of Paris) Apostolic Nuncio Luigi Ventura Catholicism website Power control WorldCat Identities VIAF: 224091293 ISNI: 0000 0003 5986 7525 SUDOC: 070463867 BNF: cb120631011 (data) This post about a France bishop is a stub. You might help Wikipedia by growing it. v t e

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