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Lines of Apostolic Succession

Apostolic Succession 
Of ++++ Paul

The Roman Succession that led to: Antonio Barberini -- 
From Jesus Christ to the Apostles Peter, James, John, Andrew, Simon, Matthew, Jude, Bartholomew, Phillip, James, Thomas, and their successors, the Bishops of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church 33 AD to 1566 A.D. 

1. St. Peter the Apostle                       38 to 64 A.D. 
2. St. Linus                                           67 to 76 
3. St. Anacletus                                   76 to 91 
4. St. Clement I                                   91 to 101 
5. St. Evaristus                                     100 to 109 
6. St. Alexander I                                109 to 116 
7. St. Sixtus I                                        116 to 125 
8. St. Telesphorus                               125 to 136 
9. St. Hyginus                                       138 to 140 
10. St. Pius I                                         140 to 155 
11. St. Anicetus                                   155 to 166 
12. St. Soter                                          166 to 174 
13. St. Eleutherius                               174 to 189 
14. St. Victor I                                      189 to 198 
15. St. Zephyrinus                              198 to 217 
16. St. Callistus I                                 217 to 222 
17. St. Urban I                                     222 to 230 
18. St. Pontian                                     21 July 230 to 28 September 235 
19. St. Anterus                                     21 November 235 to 20 January 236 
20. St. Fabian                                       10 January 236 to 20 January 250 
21. St. Cornelius                                  Marrch 251 to June 253 
22. St. Lucius I                                     25 June 253 to 5 March 254 
23. St. Stephen I                                  12 May 254 to 2 August 257 
24. St. Sixtus II                                    30 August 257 to 6 August 258 
25. St. Dionysius                                 22 July 259 to 26 December 268 
26. St. Felix I                                        5 January 269 to 30 December 274 
27. St. Eutychian                                 4 January 275 to 7 December 283 
28. St. Caius                                         17 December 283 to 25 April 296 
29. St. Marcellinus                              30 June 296 to 25 October 304 
30. St. Marcellus I                               27 May 306 to 16 January 308 
31. St. Eusebius                                   18 April 310 to 17 August 310 
32. St. Miltiades                                   2 July 311 to 11 January 314 
33. St. Silvester                                    31 January 314 to 31 December 335 
34. St. Mark                                         18 January 336 to 7 October 336 
35. St. Julius I                                      6 February 337 to 12 April 352 
36. St. Liberius                                    17 May 352 to 24 September 366 
37. St. Damasus                                   1 October 366 to 11 December 384 
38. St. Siricius                                      December 384 to 26 November 399 
39. St. Anastasius I                             27 November 399 to 19 December 401 
40. St. Innocent I                                 22 December 401 to 12 March 417 
41. St. Zosimus                                    18 March, 417 to 26 December 418 
42. St. Boniface I                                 28 December 418 to 4 September 422 
43. St. Celestine I                                10 September 422 to 27 July 432 
44. St. Sixtus III                                   31 July 432 to 19 August 440 
45. St. Leo I "The Great"                    29 September 440 to 10 November 461 
46. St. Hilarus                                      19 November 461 to 29 February 468 
47. St. Simplicius                                3 March 468 to 10 March 483 
48. St. Felix III                                     13 March 483 to 1 March 492 
49. St. Gelasius I                                 1 March 492 to 21 November 496 
50. Anastasius II                                  24 November 496 to 19 November 498 
51. St. Symmachus                             22 November 498 to 19 July 514 
52. St. Hormisdas                                20 July 514 to 6 August 523 
53. St. John I                                        13 August 523 to 18 May 526 
54. St. Felix IV                                     12 July 526 to 22 September 530 
55. Boniface II                                      22 September 530 to 17 October 532 
56. St. John II                                       2 January 533 to 8 May 535 
57. St. Agapitus I                                13 May 535 to 22 April 536 
58. St. Silverius                                   1 June 536 to 11 November 537 
59. Vigilius                                          29 March 537 to 7 June 555 
60. Pelagius I                                       16 April 556 to 4 March 561 
61. John III                                           17 July 561 to 13 July 574 
62. Benedict I                                       2 June 575 to 30 July 579 
63. Pelagius II                                      26 November 579 to 7 February 590 
64. St. Gregory I "The Great"            3 September 590 to 12 March 604 
65. Sabinianus                                    13 September 604 to 22 February 606 
66. Boniface III                                    19 February 606 to 12 November 607 
67. St. Boniface IV                              25 August 608 to 8 May 615 
68. St. Adeodatus I (Deusdedit)       19 October 615 to 8 November 618 
69. Boniface V                                     23 December 619 to 25 October 625 
70. Honorius I                                     27 October 625 to 12 October 638 
71. Severinus                                       28 May xxx to 2 August 640 
72. John IV                                           24 December 640 to 12 October 642 
73. Theodore I                                     24 November 642 to 16 September 16 649 
74. St. Martin I                                     July 649 to May 653 
75. St. Eugenius I                                10 August 654 to 2 June 657 
76. St. Vitalian                                     30 July 657 to 27 January 672 
77. Adeodatus II                                 11 April 672 to 17 June 676 
78. Donus                                             2 November 676 to 11 April 678 
79. St. Agatho                                      27 June 678 to 10 January 681 
80. St. Leo II                                        17 August 682 to 3 July 683 
81. St. Benedict II                                26 June 684 to 8 May 685 
82. John V                                            23 July 685 to 2 August 686 
83. Conon                                            21 October 686 to 21 September 687 
84. St. Sergius I                                   15 December 687 to 8 September 701 
85. John VI                                           30 October 701 to 11 January 705 
86. John VII                                         1 March 705 to 18 October 707 
87. Sissinius                                         15 January 708 to 4 February 708 
88. Constantine                                   25 March 708 to 9 April 715 
89. St. Gregory II                                19 May 715 to 11 February 731 
90. St. Gregory III                               18 March 731 to November 741 
91. St. Zacharias                                  3 December 741 to 15 March 752 
92. Stephen II                                      26 March 752 to April 26, 757 
93. St. Paul I                                        29 May 757 to June 28, 767 
94. Stephen III                                    1 August 768 to 24 January 772 
95. Adrian I                                          1 February 772 to 25 December 795 
96. St. Leo III                                       26 December 795 to 12 June 816 
97. Stephen IV                                    22 June 816 to 24 January 817 
98. St. Paschal I                                   25 January 817 to 11 February 824 
99. Eugenius II                                    February 824 to August 827 
100. Valentine                                     August 827 to September 827 
101. Gregory IV                                  827 to January 844 
102. Sergius II                                     January 844 to 27 January 847 
103. St. Leo IV                                     January 847 to 17 July 855 
104. Benedict III                                  July 855 to 17 April 858 
105. St. Nicholas I                               24 April 858 to 13 November 867 
106. Adrian II                                      14 December 867 to 14 December 872 
107. John VIII                                      14 December 872 to 16 December 882 
108. Marinus I                                     16 December 882 to 15 May 884 
109. St. Adrian III                               17 May 884 to September 885 
110. Stephen V                                     September 885 to 14 September 891 
111. Formosus                                     6 October 891 to 4 April 896 
112. Boniface VI                                  April 896 to April 896 
113. Stephen VI                                  May 896 to August 897 
114. Romanus                                      August 897 to November 897 
115. Theodore II                                 December 897 
116. John IX                                         January 898 to January 900 
117. Benedict IV                                  January 900 to July 903 
118. Leo V                                            July 903 to September 903 
119. Sergius III                                    29 January 904 to 14 April 911 
120. Anastasius III                              April 911 to June 913 
121. Lando                                           July 913 to February 914 
122. John X                                          March 914 to May 928 
123. Leo VI                                          May 928 to December 928 
124. Stephen VII                                  December 928 to February 931 
125. John XI                                         February 931 to December 935 
126. Leo VII                                         January 936 to 13 July 939 
127. Stephen VIII                               14 July 939 to October 942 
128. Marinus II                                     30 October 942 to May 946 
129. Agapetus II                                  10 May 946 to December 955 
130. John XII                                        16 December 955 to 14 May 964 
131. Leo VIII                                        4 December 963 to 1 March 965 
132. Benedict V                                    22 May 964 to 4 July 966 
133. John XIII                                      1 October 965 to 6 September 972 
134. Benedict VI                                  19 January 973 to June 974 
135. Benedict VII                                 October 974 to 10 July 983 
136.John XIV                                       December 983 to 20 August 984 
137. John XV                                       August 985 to March 996 
138. Gregory V                                     3 May 996 to February 999 
139. Sylvester II                                  2 April 999 to 12 May 1003 
140. John XVII                                     June 1003 to December 1003 
141. John XVIII                                   January 1004 to July 1009 
142. Sergius IV                                    31 July 1009 to 12 May 1012 
143. Benedict VIII                               18 May 1012 to 9 April 1024 
144. John XIX                                      April 1024 to 1032 
145. Benedict IX                                  1032 to 1044 
146. Sylvester III                                 20 January 1045 to 10 February 1045 
147. Gregory VI                                  5 May 1045 to February 1046 
148. Clement II                                    24 December 24, 1046 to 9 October 1047 
149. Damasus II                                  17 July 1048 to 9 August 1048 
150. St. Leo IX                                     12 February 1049 to 19 April 1054 
151. Victor II                                        16 April 1055 to 28 July 1057 
152. Stephen IX                                   3 August 1057 to 29 March 1058 
153. Nicholas II                                   24 January 1059 to 27 July 1061 
154. Alexander II                                 1 October 1061 to April 1073 
155. St. Gregory VII                           22 April 1073 to 25 May 1085 
156. Blessed Victor III                        24 May 1086 to 16 September 1087 
157. Blessed Urban II                         12 March 1088 to 29 July 1099 
158. Paschal II                                     13 August 1099 to 21 January 1118 
159. Gelasiur II                                    24 January 1118 to 28 January 1119 
160. Callistus II                                   2 February 1119 to 13 December 1124 
161. Honorius II                                  21 December 1124 to 13 February 1130 
162. Innocent II                                    14 February 1130 to 24 September 1143 
163. Celestine II                                  26 September 1143 to 8 March 1144 
164. Lucius II                                       12 March 1144 to 15 February 1145 
165. Blessed Eugenius III                  15 February 1145 to 8 July 1153 
166. Anastasius IV                              12 July 1153 to 3 December 1154 
167. Adrian IV                                     4 December 1154 to 1 September 1159 
168. Alexander III                               7 September 1159 to 30 August 1181 
169. Lucius III                                      1 September 1181 to 25 September 1185 
170. Urban III                                      25 November 1185 to 20 October 1187 
171. Gregory VIII                                21 October 1187 to 17 December 1187 
172. Clement III                                  19 December 1187 to March 1191 
173. Celestine III                                 30 March 1191 to 8 January 1198 
174. Innocent III                                  8 January 1198 to 16 July 1216 
175. Honorius III                                 18 July 1216 to 18 March 1227 
176. Gregory IX                                   19 March 1227 to 22 August 1241 
177. Celestine IV                                 25 October 1241 to 10 November 1251 
178. Innocent IV                                 25 June 1243 to 7 December 1254 
179. Alexander IV                               12 December 1254 to 25 May 1261 
180. Urban IV                                      29 August 1261 to 2 October 1264 
181. Clement IV                                  5 February 1265 to 29 November 1268 
182. Blessed Gregory X                      1 September 1271 to 10 January 1276 
183. Blessed Innocent V                    21 January 1276 to 22 June 1276 
184. Adrian V                                      11 July 1276 to 18 August 1276 
185. John XXI                                      8 September 1276 to 20 May 1277 
186. Nicholas III                                  25 November 1277 to 22 August 1280 
187. Martin IV                                     2 February 1281 to 28 March 1285 
188. Honorius IV                                2 April 1285 to 3 April 1287 
189. Nicholas IV                                  22 February 1288 to 4 April 1292 
190. St. Celestine V (resigned)          5 July 1294 to 13 December 1294 
191. Boniface VIII                               24 December 1294 to 11 October 1303 
192. Blessed Benedict XI                    22 October 1303 to 7 July 1304 
193. Clement V                                   5 June 1305 to 20 April 1314 
194. John XXII                                     7 August 1305 to 4 December 1334
195. Nicholas V                                   12 May 1328 to 5 August 1330
196. Benedict XII                                 20 December 1334 to 25 April 1342 
197. Clement VI                                  7 May 1342 to 6 December 1352 
198. Innocent VI                                 18 December 1352 to 12 September 1362 
199. Blessed Urban V                         28 September 1362 to 19 December 1370 
200. Gregory XI                                    30 December 1370 to 26 March 1378 
201. Urban VI                                       8 April 1378 to 15 October 1389 
202. Boniface IX                                  2 November 1389 to 1 October 1404 
203. Innocent VII                                17 October 1404 to 6 November 1406 
204. Gregory XII                                 30 November 1406 to 4 July 1415 
205. Martin V                                      11 November 1417 to 20 February 1431 
206. Eugenius IV                                3 March 1431 to 23 February 1447 
207. Nicholas V                                   6 March 1447 to 24 March 1455 
208. Callistus III                                  8 April 1455 to 6 August 1458 
209. Pius II                                           19 August 1458 to 15 August 1464 
210. Paul II                                           30 August 1464 to 26 July 1471 
211. Sixtus IV                                      9 August 1471 to 12 August 1484 
212. Innocent VIII                                29 August 1484 to 25 July 1492 
213. Alexander VI                               11 August 1492 to 18 August 1503 
214. Pius III                                          22 September 1503 to 18 October 1503 
215. Julius II                                        31 October 1503 to 21 February 1513 
216. Leo X                                            9 March 1513 to 1 December 1521 
217. Adrian VI                                     9 January 1522 to 14 September 1523 
218. Clement VII                                 19 November 1523 to 25 September 1534 
219. Paul III                                         13 October 1534 to 10 November 1549 
220. Julius III                                       7 February 1550 to 23 March 1555 
221. Marcellus II                                 9 April 1555 to 1 May 1555 
222. Paul IV                                         23 May 1555 to 18 August 1559 
223. Pius IV                                         25 December 1559 to 9 December 1565 
224. St. Pius V                                     7 January 1566 to 1 May 1572 
225. Gregory XIII                                13 May 1572 to 10 April 1585 
226. Sixtus V                                        24 April 1585 to 27 August 1590 
227. Urban VII                                    15 September 1590 to 27 September 1590 
228. Gregory XIV                                5 December 1590 to 16 October 1591 
229. Innocent IX                                  29 October 1591 to 30 December 1591 
230. Clement VIII                               30 January 1592 to 3 March 1605 
231. Leo XI                                           1 April 1605 to 27 April 1605 
232. Paul V                                          16 May 1605 to 27 April 1605 
233. Gregory XV                                 9 February 1621 to 8 July 1623 
233. Urban VIII                                   6 August 1623 to 29 July 1644 
234. Innocent X                                   15 September 1644 to 7 January 1655 
235. Alexander VII                             7 April 1655 to 22 May 1667 
237. Antonio Barberini  (Note: Cardinal Antonio Barberini is the nephew of Pope ban VIII) (appointed 24 October 1655 Cardinal Bishop of Frascati by Alexander VII; consecrated bishop by Abp. Giovanni Battista Scanaroli [Scannaroli])  11 October 1655
238. Charles-Maurice Le Tellier,      16 April 1673
239. Jacques Benigne Bossuet, Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet, famed orator "the Eagle of Meaux", tutor to the Grand Dauphin, was consecrated Bishop of  condom at Pontoise, Church of the Cordeliers, by Charles Maurice Le Tellier, Titular Archbishop of Nazianzus and Coadjutor Archbishop of    Reims, assisted by Armand de Monchy d`Hocquincourt, Bishop of Verdun, and Gabriel de Roquette, Bishop of Autun. Pope Clement X transferred him to the See of Meaux in 1671. Bossuet was a Roman Catholic predecessor of the future Old Catholic Church because he taught that the Roman Pontiff could err temporarily, but not fall into permanent error.          21 September 1670 
240. Bp. Jacques de Goyon de Matigon, son of Count De Thorigny, was  consecrated at Paris, Church of the Carthusians, by Jacques Bénigne Bossuet, Bishop emeritus of Condom, assisted by Gui de Sève de Rochechouart, Bishop of Arras, and Louis Marie Armand de Simiane de Gorde, Bishop of Langres. He was Doyen of Lisieux and Abbe Commendataire De St. Victor,                Paris.                          16 April 1673
241. Dominicus Marie Varlet (alt spelling: Dominique-Marie Varlet), was consecrated Roman Catholic Bishop of Ascalon in partibus, and coadjutor to the Most Reverend Pidou of St. Odon, Bishop of Babylon, Persia (Baghdad) in February 1719 at Paris, in the lower chapel of the Seminary of the Missions Étrangères, by Jacques de Goyon de Matignon, Bishop emeritus of Condom, assisted by Louis François Duplessis de Mornay, O.F.M., Titular Bishop of Eumenia, (aka Bishop of Quebec) and Jean Baptiste Massillon, Bishop of Clermont. Bishop Varlet consecrated four Archbishops of the Old Catholics at Utrecht (Oud Katholicke Kerk van Nederland), three of whom died without consecrating successors. Varlet was named Coadjutor to the Roman Catholic Bishop of Babylon who died   on 20 November 1717 and Bishop Varlet succeeded to the title. After a period in Persia at Schamake, he was suspended from office for alleged technical irregularities, including the conformation of 604 candidates in Holland, whom he had confirmed at the request of the Church in Amsterdam. The Dutch Church had been without a Bishop for 18 years as a punishment from Rome because the Dutch Church refused to cooperate in the persecution of the Jansenists in Holland. Following the election of
Cornelius Van Steenoven to serve as Archbishop of Utrecht, the Primatial See of Holland, Varlet agreed to perform the Consecration, which he did on October 15, 1724, thus making Van Steenoven the seventh Archbishop of Utrecht and canonical successor to Saint Willibrord, the British missionary who had brought the faith to Holland. In this consecration was born the
Old Catholic Church. In response to the appeals of the Chapter of the Old Catholic Church of Utrecht, Varlet, consecrated bishop from Holland.        19 February 1719 to 14 May 1742 
242. Petrus Johannes Meindaerts, Old Catholic Bishop of Haarlem,                         18 October 1739 to 1767 
243. Johannes Van Stiphout             1745 to 1777 
244. Walter Van Nieuwenhuisen     7 February 1768 to 1797
245. Adrian Broekman                       1778 to 28 November 1800 
246. Johannes Jacobus Van Rhijn    5 July 1797 to 24 June 1808 
247. Gijsbert De Jong                         7 November 1805 to 1824 
248. Willibrord Van Os                      24 April 1814 to 1825 
249. Johannes Bon, Old Catholic Bishop of Haarlem. Bishop Bon was the first Bishop of the autocephalous Dutch succession not to be excommunicated by Rome. In 1827 the King of the Netherlands to the See of Bruges nominated him without objection from Rome.                                13 November 1824         
250. Johannes Van Santen                3 November 1825 to 1858 
251. Herman Heykamp                     1853 to 1874 
252. Gaspard Johannes Rinkel         11 August 1873 to 1906 
253. Gerardus Gul –                           11 May 1892 to 1920  (Note: Archbishop Gerardus Gul of Utrecht, Holland, was the first of the Old Catholic Church line of succession.) 
254. Arnold Harris Mathew – 28 April 1908 to 20 December 1919  (Note: Archbishop Arnold H. Mathew's archdiocese was in London, England and became autocephallous.) 
255. De Landes Berghes – 29 June 1913 to 17 November 1920 
256. Carmel Henry Carfora – 4 October 1916 to 11 January 1958   (Note: Archbishop Carfora had received two ordinations to the episcopal level -- the Arnold Harris Mathew succession through the Old Catholic Church and the Joseph R. Villatte line of succession through the See of Antioch.) 
257. Bp. Frederick Samuel Willoughby [Old Catholic Bishop for Britain]     28 October 1914
258. Bp. James Bartholomew Banks of Windsor (Mar James I, Patriarch of the Old Catholic Orthodox Church)     9 July 1922
259. Bp. Matthew Cooper of Greenwich                                 1924
260. Abp. Ignatius Charles Brearley of Danum (Bishop. Of Yorkshire)             31 January 1954
261. Abp. André Barbeau of Quebec (as Patriarch André I of the Catholic Charismatic Church of Canada)                   14 May 1968
262. Abp. John Peter Walzer of the Diocese of Connecticut of the Catholic Charismatic Church (Old Catholic Succession) [Patriarch André Barbeau as Chief Consecrator with Archbishop André Letellier and Archbishop Michael Boucher as co-consecrators].                        21 April 1990

 
The below data is included as it explains Abp. André Barbeau’s (as well as some relevant data) as it does tie in with the Catholic Charismatic Church of Canada. Possibly Abp. Walzer could be included in with Abp Heyward Ewart’s (Patriarch Paul) line of Apostolic Succession.

On 1 May 1991 Archbishop Walzer was installed as Archbishop for the Archdiocese of Saint Mary, CCC, in the historic St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church in Hartford, CT. He succeeded Patriarch Robert (who had succeeded Patriarch Michael, Patriarch Andre's successor) as Patriarch of the Catholic Charismatic Church (Old Catholic Succession) on 30 June 2010 assuming the style as Patriarch Augustine.

Oxford History of The Christian Church Brearley had been consecrated by Bp. Matthew Cooper, who had been consecrated by Bp. James Bartholomew Banks, who had been consecrated by Bp. Frederick Samuel Willoughby who had been consecrated by Abp. Mathew.

Eduoard Cardinal Gagnon (15 January 1918 - 25 August 2007) was a Canadian who became a Roman Catholic Cardinal on 25 May 1985 (by Pope John-Paul II). He served as President of the Pontifical Council for the Family from1974 to 1990.

In 2002, Cardinal Gagnon was invited to investigate documentation relating to the episcopal orders received by Bishop André Letellier, with a view to commenting on the validity of his consecration.

Letellier had been consecrated on 23 May 1968 by the late Archbishop André Leon Zotique Barbeau of the Catholic Charismatic Church of Canada Archbishop Barbeau had in turn been consecrated by Archbishop Charles (Ignatius Carolus) Brearley, an English Old Catholic bishop based in Sheffield, United Kingdom.

Cardinal Gagnon's letter reads as follows:

"To Whom It May Concern: After having studied the documentation of Mgr. André LeTellier and his predecessors in episcopal succession, I am convinced that he has been validly consecrated a bishop. It is not my intention to rule on the reports of the organization, incorporated under the name of Catholic Charismatic Church of Canada with the Conference of Catholic Bishops of Canada and of Québec. But nothing allows me to doubt the validity of episcopal ordination of Mgr André Letellier by Archbishop André Barbeau and that of Archbishop Barbeau by Archbishop Ignatius Charles Brearley, Primate of the Church of the "Old Catholics" having its seat in England. The ordinations of the "Old Catholics" are generally considered to be the same as those of Orthodox bishops. I have known Archbishop Barbeau for more than 60 years since our time at the Grand Seminary of Montreal. I have had little contact with him thereafter, having exercised my ministry far from here. But he has always been known to me as a man of prayer, a mystic. And I think that his disciples are also, above all, men of prayer. + Edouard Cardinal Gagnon, p.s.s. Montreal, 6 May 2002" [Italics added.] For further details, and a copy of the statement, see http://www.thedegree.org/cardgagnon.html

299. C. R. McCarthy, who on 25 September 1977 consecrated:
300. C. David Luther, who on 17 June 1984 consecrated:
301. Archbishop Michael F. Hembree, who with Archbishop Allard, consecrated Bishop Donald Locke, who with Barbeau and Letellier consecrated Bishop John Paul Boucher, who with Bishops Robert Jones, Michael Roblin, Jean-Marie Breault and John Kelly on 25 July 1992,           consecrated:
289. Msgr. William Anthony Sawyers [Swyers] (appointed Presiding Bishop of the Diocese of Saint Anthony, Catholic Charismatic Church Bishops Lines of Succession of Canada), who on 9 September 2006, with Bishop Joseph Nathan Alee consecrated:
290.   Msgr. Robert J.M. Russell, D.D., who succeeded Bishop Sawyers upon his death as Presiding Bishop of the Diocese of St. Anthony.                                    9 September 2006
303. Msgr. William Anthony Sawyers, who on 9 September 2006, together with Bishop Joseph Nathan Alee, consecrated:
304. Msgr. Robert J.M. Russell, who with Bishops John Paul Boucher, Nathan Alee, and Edward Haynes on October 12, 2009 consecrated:
305. Joel Galang Clemente, who on February 4, 2010 consecrated Heyward Bruce Ewart III (Patriarch Paul), who as Patriarch Paul, Patriarch     as co-consecrator consecrated:
306. Abp. Andrew Sagayam, in Jacksonville, Florida 11 June 2016