Diego Haëdo

Most Reverend
Cesare Marullo
Archbishop of Palermo
Church Catholic Church
Diocese Archdiocese of Palermo
In office 1589-1608
Predecessor Cesare Marullo
Successor Giovanni Doria
Consecration 31 Mar 1585
by Cesare Marullo
Personal details
Died 5 Jul 1608
Palermo, Italy
Previous post Bishop of Agrigento (1585-1589)

Diego Haëdo (died 5 July, 1608) was a Roman Catholic prelate who served as Archbishop of Palermo (1589-1608) and Bishop of Agrigento (1585-1589).[1][2][3]


On 23 Jan 1585, Diego Haëdo was appointed by Pope Gregory XIII as Bishop of Agrigento.[1] On 31 Mar 1585, he was consecrated bishop by Cesare Marullo, Archbishop of Palermo with Bernardo Gascó, Bishop of Mazara del Vallo, and Desiderio Mezzapica da S. Martino, Bishop of Ugento, as co-consecrators.[1] On 14 Aug 1589, he was appointed by Pope Sixtus V as Archbishop of Palermo.[1] He served as Archbishop of Palermo until his death on 5 Jul 1608.[1] While bishop, he was the principal consecrator of Juan Corrionero, Bishop of Catania (1589).[1]


Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Antonio Lombardo
Bishop of Agrigento
Succeeded by
Francesco del Pozzo
Preceded by
Cesare Marullo
Archbishop of Palermo
Succeeded by
Giovanni Doria
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