Mission sui iuris of Funafuti
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It depends on the Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples, yet it is exceptionally not exempt, but instead is a suffragan of a Metropolitan archdiocese. Since 21 March 2003, that metropolitan see has been the Archdiocese of Suva; until that date, it had been a different see, i.e., the Archdiocese of Samoa-Apia.
The Diocese of Tarawa, Nauru and Funafuti was split on 10 September 1982 into the Diocese of Tarawa and Nauru and the Mission Sui Iuris of Funafuti.
(all Roman Rite, so far foreign missionary members of Latin Congregations)
- Suffragan Ecclesiastical Superiors of Funafuti
- Pio Taofinu'u, Marists (S. M.) (1982.09.10 – 1985.09), while Apostolic Administrator of Samoa–Pago-Pago bishopric (American Samoa) (1982.09.10 – 1986.06) and Metropolitan Archbishop of Samoa–Apia and Tokelau (Samoa) (1982.09.10 – 1992.06.26); previously Bishop of Apia (Samoa) (1968.01.11 – 1974.08.10), created Cardinal-Priest of S. Onofrio (1973.03.05 – 2006.01.19), Bishop of Samoa and Tokelau (Samoa) (1974.08.10 – 1982.09.10); later Metropolitan Archbishop of Samoa–Apia (Samoa) (1992.06.26 – retired 2002.11.16)
- ? John Hubert Macey Rodgers, S. M. (1985 - 1986)
- Camille DesRosiers, S. M. (1986.07.14 – retired 2010.09.24), no other mandate
- John Ikataere Rarikin, Sacred Heart Missionaries (M. S. C.) (24 September 2010 - death 8 February 2014), no other mandate
- Reynaldo B. Getalado, Mission Society of the Philippines (M. S. P.) (24 February 2014 - ...), no other mandate
- "Mission "Sui Iuris" of Funafuti". Catholic-Hierarchy. Retrieved 2014-02-24.
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