Antonio Sanz Lozano

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The Most Reverend
Antonio Sanz Lozano
Archbishop of Santafé en Nueva Granada
Church Catholic Church
Archdiocese Santafé en Nueva Granada
Province Santafé en Nueva Granada
Appointed 19 August 1680
Installed 22 January 1681
Term ended 28 May 1688
Orders
Consecration 24 March 1661
by Agustín Muñoz Sandoval
Personal details
Born 2 June 1622
Cabanillas del Campo, Spain
Died 28 May 1688 (aged 65)
Bogotá, Viceroyalty of Peru
Previous post Bishop of Cartagena (1661–1680)

Antonio Sanz Lozano (2 June 1622 – 1688) was a Spanish-born prelate of the Catholic Church in the Viceroyalty of Peru in what is now Colombia. From 1661 to 1680, he served as bishop of Cartagena, and from 1680 until his death in 1688, as archbishop of Santafé en Nueva Granada (now the Archdiocese of Bogotá).

Biography

Sanz was born on 2 June 1622 in Cabanillas del Campo, Spain.

On 19 June 1659, Sanz was appointed bishop of Cartagena by Pope Alexander VII , at the age of 37. Located in the Viceroyalty of Peru in South America, the Diocese of Cartagena is located in what is now Colombia. He was confirmed as bishop on 10 November 1659.[1] His episcopal consecration took place on 24 March 1661, with Bishop of Cusco Agustín Muñoz Sandoval as principal consecrator.[1]

On 19 August 1680, Sanz was appointed archbishop of Santafé en Nueva Granada (today the Archdiocese of Bogotá). His term as archbishop began on 22 January 1681.[1] The next year, in 1681, a dispute occurred between the archbishop and President Castillo of New Granada, who ended up banishing Sanz and seizing his powers, to which Sanz responded by excommunicating Castillo.[2]

Sanz died on 28 May 1688, aged 65.[1]

Episcopal succession

While bishop, he was the principal consecrator of:[3]

Episcopal lineage

References

  1. ^ a b c d "Archdiocese of Bogotá, Colombia". GCatholic. Retrieved 2017-01-05. 
  2. ^ The Atlantic. Atlantic Monthly Company. 1891-01-01. 
  3. ^ "Archbishop Antonio Sanz Lozano" Catholic-Hierarchy.org. David M. Cheney. Retrieved July 24, 2017

External links and additional sources

Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Garcia Ruiz Cabezas
Bishop of Cartagena in Colombia
1659–1680
Succeeded by
Miguel Antonio de Benavides y Piedrola
Preceded by
Juan de Arguinao y Gutiérrez
Archbishop of Santafé en Nueva Granada
1680–1688
Succeeded by
Ignacio de Urbina
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