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  Cardinal - LoveToKnow 1911
The cardinals constitute the council or senate of the sovereign pontiff, his auxiliaries in the general government of the Church; it is they who act as administrators of the Church during a vacancy of the Holy See and elect the new pope.
The dignity of cardinal is not an essential part of the legal constitution of the Church; it is a reflection of and participation in the sovereign dignity of the Head of the Church, by the chief clergy of the Church of Rome.
Cardinals can pass from one order, title or see to another, by a process of "option." When a suburbicarian see falls vacant, the cardinals resident at Rome have the right of "opting" for it in order of rank, - that is to say, of claiming it in consistory and receiving their promotion to it.
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 Cardinal (title) - MSN Encarta
Gradually the priests permanently ruling the parish churches in Rome were called cardinal priests; the deacons permanently administering the charities of a particular region of the city were called cardinal deacons; and the bishops in charge of the suburban sees of Rome were called cardinal bishops.
The cardinal bishops take their ecclesiastical names from the suburban sees mentioned above; the cardinal priests, the majority of whom are bishops throughout the world, are given titles taken from the churches of Rome; and the cardinal deacons are usually priests associated with the administrative offices of the Vatican.
Cardinals are limited in their duties according to age; like other high prelates, they are expected to retire at the age of 75 from administrative duties.
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 The Procedure Does not Leave Room for 'Prime Donne'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
To illustrate this message, Cardinal Schotte mentioned the case of Cardinal Edward Michael Egan, archbishop of New York, who, 10 minutes after the Sept. 11 attacks on the Twin Towers, went to the scene of the tragedy to administer the sacraments and be with the people.
Cardinal Schotte emphasized that it is important that in the synod, which opened today, every bishop "express himself and speak about the work of his diocese." He said that 213 of the 247 bishops present head dioceses.
According to the Belgian cardinal, the answers to a pre-synod questionnaire sent by the assembly's secretariat reveal "the importance for the bishop of the spiritual journey and formation." The questionnaire was sent to dioceses, episcopal conferences and religious congregations.
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 Cardinal (Catholicism) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cardinal of the Holy Roman Church is the full canonical name of the rank conferred by the Pope on certain priests and bishops within the Catholic Church.
Giovanni Battista Re, Cardinal Bishop of Sabina-Poggio Mirteto, Prefect of the Congregation for Bishops;
The Cardinal Protodeacon (that is, the senior Cardinal Deacon in order of appointment to the College of Cardinals) has the privilege of announcing a new Pope's election in the famous "Habemus Papam" announcement given from the central loggia at the Basilica of Saint Peter.
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The cardinals were, therefore, from a very early period, assistants of the pope in his liturgical functions, in the care of the poor, the administration of papal finances and possessions, and the synodal disposition of important matters.
Finally, the cardinals were put in charge of several of the great offices of the Church: in the Chancery a cardinal-chancellor or rather vice-chancellor, in the administration of the papal revenues a cardinal-camerarius, in the conduct of the penitentiaria a cardinal-penitentiary.
Inimical persecution of a cardinal, personal injury to, or imprisonment of, him, are counted high treason (crimen læsæ majestatis); not only the principals, but also those intellectually responsible for the wrong (originators, participants, auxiliaries), and their male descendants incur the canonical penalties of infamy, confiscation, loss of testamentary rights and civil offices, and excommunication.
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 The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Biographies -
Buried in the crypt of the basilica of Ss.
Consecrated, August 3, 1969, cathedral of Tortosa, by Luigi Dadaglio, titular archbishop of Lero, nuncio in Spain, assisted by Manuel Moll y Salord, titular bishop of Urbs Salvia, former bishop of Tortosa, and by Rafael González Moralejo, titular bishop of Dardano, auxiliary of Valencia.
The funeral in Pollenza was a demonstration of the esteem of its population for the late cardinal.
www.fiu.edu /~mirandas/bios-c.htm   (16152 words)

Cardinal Roderigo moved up through the hierarchy even after the death of his uncle, Callixtus, in 1458, and by 1476 he was Dean of the College of Cardinals.
Cesare, no longer a Cardinal, was designated Duke of Valentinois and Peer of France, and he set off for Paris with the annulment for Louis XII and with a dispensation for Louis to marry Queen Anne, the widow of his deceased cousin and predecessor, Charles VIII.
Cardinal Della Rovere was quickly rehabilitated and became a fixture in the French court.
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 Hiatt Holocaust Collection - Cardinal Boetto
In this respect, Pietro Boetto (1871-1946), the Cardinal Archbishop of Genoa, proved to be rather exceptional even though his name is not mentioned in John E Morley's controversial study, Vatican Diplomacy and the Jews During the Holocaust (New York, 1980), which underscores the alleged failure of the Vatican at the time of the Holocaust.
Since the Cardinal saw that his obligation was to help anyone in need, he gave aid to a number of Jews even before the spring of 1942 when he came to learn about the horror of the death camps.
Cardinal Boetto was so resourceful in his determination that he impressed even the Nazis who welcomed those inclined to denounce anyone for violations of civil law.
www.holycross.edu /departments/history/vlapomar/hiatt/boetto.htm   (1784 words)

 A 'humble worker' - The Boston Globe
VATICAN CITY -- Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, a conservative German theologian who served for two decades as Pope John Paul II's chief enforcer of doctrinal orthodoxy, yesterday was elected the 265th pope and chose the name Benedict XVI.
The cardinals' choice of a new pope closely aligned with John Paul signaled their resolve that the church should stay on the traditional path that he established during his 26-year papacy.
Last night, Ratzinger had dinner with the cardinals and spent the night at the Domus Sanctae Marthae, the new residence where the cardinals have stayed during the conclave.
www.boston.com /news/world/europe/articles/2005/04/20/a_humble_worker   (1223 words)

 College of Cardinals: historical notes
Episcopal rank consists of cardinals to whom the Roman Pontiff assigns the title of a suburbicarian church; a Cardinal cannot transfer to the order of Cardinal Bishops; he must be appointed to it by the pope.
Canon 350 s1: The college of cardinals is divided into three ranks: the episcopal rank which consists of both the cardinals to whom the Roman Pontiff assigns the title of a suburbicarian church and the oriental patriarchs who have become members of the college of cardinals; the presbyteral rank; and the diaconal rank.
This decision was decidedly unpopular with the cardinals.
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 Pilot Stories - 09/20/2002 - Twelve ordained to permanent diaconate
Cardinal Law then acknowledged the wives, parents, children, grandchildren and teachers of the newly ordained deacons, and asked them to stand for recognition.
The cardinal added that the candidates are called to be ministers and servants to all in their ministry.
Each new deacon was then vested with a stole and dalmatic, presented with the Book of the Gospels and, finally, embraced by Cardinal Law and brother deacons during the Kiss of Peace.
www.rcab.org /Pilot/2002/ps020920/Diaconate.html   (671 words)

 Henry IX and I
He changed his arms from those of a second son (with a crescent in the middle) to the undifferenced Royal Arms; these were now surmounted with a royal crown instead of a ducal coronet.
On September 26, 1803, Henry was named Cardinal Bishop of Ostia and Velletri; he continued however to reside in the episcopal palace at Frascati.
Henry's remains lie in the crypt of the Basilica of Saint Peter in the Vatican, where a monument designed by Antonio Canova was raised to his memory.
www.jacobite.ca /kings/henry.htm   (1404 words)

 Newman Reader - Dublin Review 1890
The Bishop had long known the late Cardinal, and had, as he mentions, served his first Mass in the chapel of Propaganda, Rome, on Corpus Christi day, 1847; and he was competent to speak of his life as a Catholic.
It is this which Cardinal Manning expresses, when he says: "The designer and editor of the 'Library of the Fathers,' has planted himself on the undivided Church of the first six centuries of Christianity; and he holds the field.
Cardinal Newman replied with mingled suavity and gravity—appreciatively as regards the article, but adding the remark that he "failed to perceive the relevancy of the illustration accompanying it," which he therewith re-enclosed.
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A classic from the day it was completed, the "Apologia" will ever be the chief authority for Newman's early thoughts, and for his judgment on the great religious revival known as the Oxford Movement, of which he was the guide, the philosopher, and the martyr.
In 1850 came the "Papal Aggression", by which the country was divided into Catholic sees, and a Roman cardinal announced from the Flaminian Gate his commission to "govern" Westminster.
To the many addresses which poured in upon him the cardinal replied with such point and felicity as often made his words gems of literature.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/10794a.htm   (6545 words)

 CBC News Indepth: Catholicism in Canada
Cardinal Ambrozic was born in Slovenia and emigrated to Canada in 1948.
Cardinal Gagnon was born in Port Daniel, Quebec in 1918.
Cardinal Weld was created cardinal in 1830 by Pius VIII and is the first cardinal of Canada.
www.cbc.ca /news/background/catholicism/cdncardinals.html   (658 words)

 Cardinal bishop, cardinal deacon, cardinal priest: What's the difference? - By Julie Bosman - Slate Magazine
Cardinals perform two primary duties: to act as advisers to the pope at his request, and to eventually elect his replacement.
The senior cardinal deacon has the honor of ceremoniously announcing the newly elected pope from the balcony of the Vatican.
Avery Dulles, a Jesuit theologian at Fordham University, is a cardinal deacon, not a cardinal priest.
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 Why have most Popes been of Italian origin?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Cardinals appointed from dioceses around the world are made Cardinal Priests, they may be, and usually are, Bishops.
A small number of Cardinals Bishops are titular bishops (in name only) of the six dioceses in the suburbs of Rome subject to the pope as bishop of Rome.
Cardinals from the developing world make up 38 percent of the electors, most are from Latin America, where half the world’s 1 billion Catholics live.
www.answerbag.com /q_view.php/18827   (807 words)

 Cardinal Ratzinger Chosen as New Pope : Religion News Blog
VATICAN CITY, April 19 — Cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church elected Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger of Germany Tuesday as the new pope to succeed John Paul II, reaching an early agreement on the second day of voting.
During the sermon, the cardinals sat stiffly on chairs arranged in a crescent in front of the canopied altar.
After all the cardinals had made the same pledge, Vatican television cameras were turned off and the doors of the chapel were closed.
www.religionnewsblog.com /10987/cardinal-ratzinger-chosen-as-new-pope   (1567 words)

 College of Cardinals
Cardinal Attilio Nicora was born on March 16, 1937, in Italy.
In 1977, he was consecrated bishop by Cardinal Giovanni Colombo, archbishop of Milan.
Cardinal Nicora is president of the episcopal commission for charity services and Italian Caritas.
www.ewtn.com /holysee/Cardinals/cardinal_detail.asp?id=343   (157 words)

 Catholic-Pages.com | Cardinals of the Catholic Church: Biography of Cardinal Medina Estévez
Cardinals of the Catholic Church: Biography of Cardinal Medina Estévez
Prefect Emeritus of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments
Cardinal Jorge Arturo Medina Estévez, Prefect emeritus of the Congregation of Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, was born on 23 December 1926 in Santiago de Chile, Chile.
www.catholic-pages.com /hierarchy/cardinals_bio.asp?ref=148   (491 words)

 Zenit News Agency - The World Seen From Rome   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Cardinals from various dioceses worldwide are assigned to the presbyterial order and receive a title or church of the city of Rome.
Cardinals of the episcopal order are assigned to one of the suburbicarian dioceses of Rome.
Cardinal Medina Estévez is the retired prefect of the Congregation of Divine Worship and the Sacraments.
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 USAfricaonline - Francis Cardinal Arinze   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Cardinal Francis Arinze is sharing his Easter weekend and the early week of April with African and American Catholics.
The 67 year-old Cardinal Francis Arinze has become a viable force in the blossoming African Church, specifically in Nigeria where he hails from and served as Archbishop for seventeen years.
Not only is Cardinal Arinze one of the leading prelates of Africa, but quite possibly one of the more influential in the entire College of Cardinals and his name has been bandied about as papal material, especially in light of the tremendous growth of the Church in Africa.
www.usafricaonline.com /Cardinal.html   (360 words)

 Cardinal (title) - Search View - MSN Encarta
Cardinal (title) - Search View - MSN Encarta
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In Tokyo, secretary to cardinal archbishop; vice-chancellor of archdiocese; notary and vice-official of ecclesiastical tribunal; pastor of the cathedral; secretary of Episc.
As an Oraon, of the Kurukh tribe, he is the first tribal cardinal of India.
Consecrated, June 25, 1989, Krk, by Cardinal Franjo Kuharic, archbishop of Zagreb.
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 Press Releases   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Deacon, a CPA, has been in banking for eight years and with Cardinal for six years.
Cardinal serves Northern Virginia and Fredericksburg with 15 conveniently located banking offices in Alexandria, Arlington, Fairfax, Fairfax City, Fredericksburg, Herndon, Leesburg, Manassas, McLean, Reston, Stafford, Sterling, Woodbridge, and two locations in Tysons Corner.
Cardinal Financial Corporation also operates two subsidiaries, a full service investment company, Cardinal Wealth Services, Inc. and a residential mortgage lending company, George Mason Mortgage, LLC, based in Fairfax, VA, with nine offices throughout the metropolitan Washington region.
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 Poet: John Henry Newman, Cardinal - All poems of John Henry Newman, Cardinal
John Henry Newman - Cardinal Deacon of San Giorgio in Velabro...
Cardinal Deacon of San Giorgio in Velabro (1879-90).
The most illustrious and well known cardinal deacon of San Giorgio in Velabro is...
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 Antonelli, Cardinal Giacomo (1808-1876)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Antonelli, Cardinal Giacomo (1808-1876) The last of the "lay Cardinals," Giacomo Antonelli was associated not only with the revolutionary upheaval of 1848, but the reaction which followed.
The cardinal acquiesced to the papal position, sending instructions to the papal forces not to cross the Po or attack the Austrians.
Liberals disliked the cardinal for making papal absolutism viable after 1848, nationalists for his attempt to block unification, and some conservative catholics for his failure to do so.
www.ohiou.edu /~Chastain/ac/anton.htm   (1103 words)

 Service and solidarity: Deacon candidates of 2006 | The-Tidings.com
Eleven permanent diaconate candidates will be ordained to the Sacred Order of Deacon by Cardinal Roger Mahony June 10 at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels.
The married candidates and their wives as well as one single candidate are members of the first class to have completed an introductory "aspirancy" year during their five-year formation period of study, service and prayer.
Stephens' widow Virginia, a DRE at St. Joseph the Worker Naval Base Chapel in Port Hueneme, will be present with the other wives during the ordination ceremony as they receive certificates of completion for full participation in the archdiocesan diaconate formation program.
www.the-tidings.com /2006/0609/deacons.htm   (558 words)

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