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Tommaso Caputo

Tommaso Caputo (born 17 October 1950 in Afragola) is an Italian Catholic Bishop and Diplomat, the Titular Archbishop of Otriculum. He was ordained a priest in Naples on 10 April 1974.

Caputo was appointed Archbishop of Otriculum and Apostolic Nuncio to Malta and Libya in 2007. He was ordained archbishop by Pope Benedict XVI (as principal consecrator) and the Cardinals Tarcisio Bertone and Marian Jaworski on 29 September 2007. He held his post as Nuncio until his appointment as prelate of the Territorial Prelature of Pompei in November 2012.

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Diplomatic posts
Preceded by
Félix del Blanco Prieto
Apostolic Nuncio to Malta
2007 – 2012
Succeeded by
Aldo Cavalli
Preceded by
Félix del Blanco Prieto
Apostolic Nuncio to Libya
2007 – 2012
Succeeded by
Aldo Cavalli
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Carlo Liberati
Prelate of the Territorial Prelature of Pompei
2012 – present
Incumbent
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