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  CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Cardinal
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.
the reunion of the cardinals and the pope.
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.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/03333b.htm   (7790 words)

  
 The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Biographies - R
Consecrated, December 2, 1973, Bogotá, by Cardinal Aníbal Muñoz Duque, archbishop of Bogotá, assisted by Alfredo Rubio Diaz, archbishop of Nueva Pamplona, and by Pablo Correa León, bishop emeritus of Cúcuta.
Consecrated, October 28, 1934, Rome, by Cardinal Pietro Fumasoni Biondi, prefect of the S.C. for the Propagation of Faith, assisted by Giuseppe Pizzardo, titular archbishop of Nicea, secretary of the S.C. of Extraordinary Ecclesiastical Affairs, and by Carlo Salotti, titular archbishop of Filippopoli di Tracia, secretary of the S.C. for the Propagation of the Faith.
Buried in the pro-cathedral of Lubaczow, archdiocese of Lviv of the Latins, Poland.
www.fiu.edu /~mirandas/bios-r.htm   (12508 words)

  
 EUROPE COMPENDIUM
In Tokyo, secretary to cardinal archbishop; vice-chancellor of archdiocese; notary and vice-official of ecclesiastical tribunal; pastor of the cathedral; secretary of Episc.
Priest December 17, 1977, for the diocese of Créteil, France.
Priest June 18, 1975; incardinated in the archdiocese of Esztergom.
www.geocities.com /hashanayobel/cardinals/profile1.htm   (2964 words)

  
 Cardinal (Catholicism) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Giovanni Battista Cardinal Re, Cardinal Bishop of Sabina-Poggio Mirteto, Prefect of the Congregation for Bishops;
Ignace Cardinal Daoud, Prefect of the Congregation for the Oriental Churches, Patriarch Emeritus of Antioch for the Syrians
Nasrallah Cardinal Sfeir, Patriarch of Antioch for the Maronites.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cardinal-Priest   (3288 words)

  
 Santa Susanna
For Cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church are clerics who are taken from one place and "attached to another, "in order that their service might be of use to the Pope, to provide the Holy Father "greater flexibility" as he administers the world church.
A talented or successful priest, who was brought to the attention of the pope, might be transferred and made a cardinal priest of one the 28 ancient churches of Rome.
From the reign of Leo IX (1048-1054), cardinals were the principal counselors of the pope, and by naming reformed minded clerics to this position, popes began to transform the pastoral life of the church in Rome.
www.santasusanna.org /ourUniqueHistory/cardinals.html   (4291 words)

  
 Archdiocese of Sydney - Cardinal Pell - biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
CARDINAL GEORGE PELL was born in Ballarat, on June 8th, 1941, and was educated in that city at Loreto Convent and St Patrick’s College.
Cardinal Pell holds a Licentiate in Theology from Urban University, Rome (1967), a Masters Degree in Education from Monash University, Melbourne (1982), and a Doctorate of Philosophy in Church History from the University of Oxford (1971).
Cardinal Pell’s commitment to Catholic tertiary education is also reflected in the role he played in helping to establish a campus of the University of Notre Dame Australia in Sydney, giving the east coast of Australia its first Catholic law school and first Catholic medical school.
www.sydney.catholic.org.au /Archbishop/bio.shtml   (1733 words)

  
 Cardinals in the Catholic Church | Catholic-Pages.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Most Cardinals are either Archbishops of the largest dioceses in their countries or regions, or the heads of the dicasteries of the Roman Curia (the Pope's Ministers of State, if you like).
Because the Cardinals are called to help the Pope in his leadership of the Church, they are also linked in a special way to the Diocese of Rome.
In addition, each of the remaining Cardinals is given the honorary "governance" of one of the Parish Churches of Rome.
www.catholic-pages.com /hierarchy/cardinals.asp   (663 words)

  
 Los Angeles Lay Catholic Mission | April 2004 | Row on Skid Row, by Charles A. Coulombe
Moreover, Cardinal Mahony is a mighty figure in both political and ecclesiastical circles beyond his province.
But in addition to these roles, Cardinal Mahony is also, by virtue of being cardinal-priest of the church of the Four Crowned Martyrs (Quattro Coronati) in Rome, a leading member of the clergy of that city; and as such, a papal elector.
The term "cardinal-priest" reveals the inequalities among the college of cardinals, which is divided into three groups: bishops, priests, and deacons.
www.losangelesmission.com /ed/articles/2004/0404cc.htm   (1542 words)

  
 Cardinal: Murdered priest a ‘Catholic martyr’ - Catholic Online
Father Santoro, a priest of the Diocese of Rome who had worked in Turkey since 2000, was shot and killed Feb. 5 as he prayed in St. Mary Church in the Black Sea coastal city of Trebizond.
Church rules would require Cardinal Ruini to wait five years before opening the official process to have Father Santoro declared a martyr, a formal recognition that he was killed out of hatred for his faith.
Cardinal Ruini also spoke about the reaction of the priest's mother, who sat in the front row, nodding in agreement.
www.catholic.org /international/international_story.php?id=18668   (801 words)

  
 Post-Reformation Popes
His Eminence Fabio Cardinal Chigi, Cardinal Priest of Santa Maria del Popolo, Bishop of Imola, Secretary of State, was elected Bishop of Rome on 7 April 1655 in the Vatican Apostolic Palace, taking the name Alexander VII, and was crowned on 18 April, at the age of 56-years.
His Eminence Giovanni Francesco Cardinal degli Albani, Cardinal Priest of San Silvestro in Capite, Secretary of Apostolic Briefs, was elected Bishop of Rome on 23 November 1700 in the Vatican Apostolic Palace, taking the name Clement XI, was consecrated to the episcopate on 30 November and crowned on 8 December, at the age of 51-years.
Emilio Bonaventura Cardinal Altieri was created a Cardinal Priest in the consistory of 29 November 1669, but never received a title or the scarlet galero because of the death of Pope Clement IX on 9 December and his own election in the subsequent conclave.
www.ghg.net /shetler/popes/postreform.html   (1393 words)

  
 BBC NEWS | UK | Cardinal row over abuse claim
She was able to show the BBC letters sent by her own priest to Cardinal Murphy O'Connor outlining her accusations and a letter from the cardinal to her.
The cardinal said the priest was investigated at the time and social services and the police decided not to take the allegations further.
He said the priest, who is still working in a church attached to a school, was assessed by a psychologist and "the conclusion was he was not a risk to children".
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/uk/2824377.stm   (489 words)

  
 Cardinal Arinze to Head CDW
Cardinal Francis Arinze, 69, was appointed prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments on October 2.
Cardinal Medina Estévez was a peritus (expert) at the Second Vatican Council and a member of the International Theological Commission for the Interpretation of Canon Law.
The cardinal is known to have had a strong interest in the Liturgy throughout his life as a priest, and has taught Liturgy in the seminary.
www.adoremus.org /1002CardinalArinze.html   (1138 words)

  
 The See of Peter - Cardinal Priests
Cardinals Priests are those Cardinals who hold the middle, and by far the most numerous, rank of the College of Cardinals.
Cardinal Priests hold title to a particular church of the Roman See, a dim historical reflection of the very early practice of the clergy of Rome participating in the election of the Pope.
Within the rank of Cardinal Priest cardinals hold seniority based on date of appointment, and may even advance by promotion to the higher grade of Cardinal Bishop.
www.ewtn.com /HolySee/Cardinals/priests.asp   (194 words)

  
 USATODAY.com - Cardinal: Priest's file not checked   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Cardinal Bernard Law said he did not consult church files before promoting a now-indicted Boston priest even though they contained complaints alleging sexual abuse that dated back 35 years, according to transcripts of testimony released Tuesday.
Law, who leads the Boston Archdiocese, testified in a deposition that a later review of the files of the Rev. Paul Shanley showed a 1966 allegation that Shanley had molested a boy and a 1985 letter from a woman who heard Shanley say in a speech that children are to blame for seducing adults.
But he also testified that before he was a cardinal, he believed the responsibility for assigning priests rested with his then-superiors.
www.usatoday.com /news/nation/2002-08-13-cardinal_x.htm   (524 words)

  
 Baltimore cardinal injured, priest killed in weekend car accident - Catholic Online
BALTIMORE, Md. (CNS) — Cardinal William H. Keeler of Baltimore suffered a broken ankle and a retired priest of the Diocese of Harrisburg, Pa., was killed in an Oct. 7 automobile accident in Italy.
Cardinal Keeler, who served in the Harrisburg Diocese as a priest, auxiliary bishop and bishop from 1955 to 1989, submitted his resignation to Pope Benedict XVI when he turned 75 in March, as required by canon law.
Father Quinn, who for several years was a Glenmary priest and was research coordinator for the Glenmary Research Center in Nashville, Tenn., had been in residence at Sacred Heart of Jesus Parish in Lancaster since his retirement in 2001.
www.catholic.org /national/national_story.php?id=21557   (750 words)

  
 Instruction on Priestly Ministry in Parishes
A pastor, said the cardinal prefect, is "a man of communion", serving as a link between the local community and the universal Church.
The cardinal added that the pastor should be "a model of adherence to the Magisterium of the Church", and continued that a pastor should "truly feel like a father to the community and to each one of its members.
Cardinal Castrillon Hoyos remarked that the document is intended to help strengthen morale and a sense of purpose among the pastors of the Catholic Church, at a time when many priests face special difficulties.
www.adoremus.org /1202Priest.html   (632 words)

  
 Was Archbishop Lefebvre a Freemason?
That the Cardinal was probably quite sympathetic, or even friendly towards Masons and Masonry, or even their confederate or stooge, is quite probable, owing to the liberal, anti-Catholic actions of his later life.
Cardinal Liénart presided over Archbishop Lefebvre's consecration ceremony, because the decision was made to hold the ceremony in Archbishop Lefebvre's home town, which was Cardinal Liénart's jurisdiction..
Thomas considers the case of a priest who consecrates a host for the purposes of using it for sorcery (satanic fl mass), and he says that as long as the priest intends to perform the Consecration of the Mass as it should be performed, this intention is all that is necessary for a valid Consecration.
www.sspx-schism.com /LefebvreMason.htm   (4383 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)

  
 BBC NEWS | UK | Police approach BBC in cardinal inquiry
Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor, the archbishop of Westminster, is currently the subject of a police inquiry over claims that he covered up the activities of a paedophile priest.
The BBC are co-operating with police after being asked for 25 letters sent between the cardinal, the priest and health professionals.
A priest was allegedly transferred from the area when accusations about his child abuse emerged.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/uk/2275352.stm   (370 words)

  
 Report: Cardinal supported priest - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
NEW YORK — Cardinal Edward Egan once encouraged a priest who admitted sexually abusing a teen-ager to continue to serve in the priesthood, a newspaper reported Saturday.
A copy of the videotape was obtained by the Washington Post, which reported that Egan said at the time he would not summarily suspend a priest, even in the face of shocking allegations of sexual abuse.
Federici and five other priests are the target of lawsuits brought by 26 people who claimed they had been molested by the clergymen since the 1970s.
www.pittsburghlive.com /x/pittsburghtrib/s_71013.html   (596 words)

  
 Modern Popes
His Eminence Gregorio Giorgio Barnaba Luigi Cardinal Chiaramonti, O.S.B.Cas., Cardinal Priest of San Callisto, Bishop of Imola, was elected Bishop of Rome on 14 March 1800 in the monastery of San Giorgio Maggiore in Venice, taking the name Pius VII, and was crowned on 21 March, at the age of 59-years.
His Eminence Giuseppe Melchiorre Cardinal Sarto, Cardinal Priest of San Bernardo alle Terme, Patriarch of Venice, was elected Bishop of Rome on 4 August 1903 in the Vatican Apostolic Palace, taking the name Pius X, and was crowned on 9 August, at the age of 68-years.
His Eminence Giacomo Giovanni Battista Cardinal marchese della Chiesa, Cardinal Priest of Santi Quattro Coronati, Archbishop of Bologna, was elected Bishop of Rome on 3 September 1914 in the Vatican Apostolic Palace, taking the name Benedict XV, and was crowned on 6 September, at the age of 59-years.
www.ghg.net /shetler/popes/modern.html   (1500 words)

  
 Boston Globe / Spotlight / Abuse in the Catholic Church / Cardinal Law and the laity
The tarnished career of one of America's most prominent churchmen came to an ignominious end on December 13 as Cardinal Bernard F. Law, meeting with Pope John Paul II in Rome, resigned as archbishop of Boston.
One day after the pope accepted his resignation, Cardinal Bernard Law said he was unsure what role he will play in the church.
Cardinal Law failed to realize that the rules had changed.
www.boston.com /globe/spotlight/abuse/law_resigns   (419 words)

  
 AP State News - LA cardinal urged priest to stay in Mexico or face inquiry - sacbee.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Cardinal Roger Mahony more than two decades ago warned a priest suspected of abusing children not to return to California or face a possible investigation, referring to the man as a "psychopath," according to letters released Tuesday by a victims' group.
The letters were filed in court as part of a recently settled lawsuit, in which Mahony - head of the nation's largest archdiocese - gave a deposition detailing actions to remove the priest from duties at a California diocese, said Mary Grant, spokeswoman for Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, or SNAP.
In his 2004 deposition, Mahony defended his handling of the Munoz case and said he dismissed the priest the same day that several alleged victims and their parents told the diocese that Munoz had molested teenagers during trips to Mexico.
www.sacbee.com /114/story/44930.html   (614 words)

  
 Catholic World News : Cardinal Ruini foresees beatification of slain priest
Cardinal Ruini, the vicar for the Rome diocese, presided at the funeral for the murdered priest, in the basilica of St. John Lateran on February 10.
Cardinal Ruini indicated that he feels "disdain" for the reports-- which he characterized as "absurd and calumnious"-- that Father Santoro used illicit means to convert Turkish people to Christianity.
Until he is beatified, we should remember to pray for the repose of the soul of this priest, but, that being said, Glory be to God for this modern day martyr.
www.cwnews.com /news/viewstory.cfm?recnum=42350   (523 words)

  
 Ricardo Cardinal Vidal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ricardo Jamin Cardinal Vidal (born 6 February 1931) is a Filipino Cardinal Priest and Archbishop of Cebu in the Roman Catholic Church.
Ordained as a priest on 17 March 1956, Vidal became the spiritual director of the local Seminary of Mount Carmel.
He was one of the cardinal electors who participated in the 2005 papal conclave that selected Pope Benedict XVI, the only Filipino Cardinal to have joined the 2005 conclave due to Cardinal Jaime Sin's poor health.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ricardo_Cardinal_Vidal   (184 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
In a deposition transcript released Thursday, Cardinal Roger Mahony said the cases were different, however, than that of another priest investigated for molestation in Stockton, where Mahony was bishop at the time.
After a psychological evaluation and a police inquiry, Mahony transferred the priest, the Rev. Oliver O'Grady, to a rural parish in the Sierra foothill community of San Andreas.
Mahony's attorney, Don Woods Jr., said the transcript shows the cardinal was responsive to sexual molestation claims from the first time he handled a case.
www.11alive.com /news/usnews_article.aspx?storyid=55884   (467 words)

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