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  AllRefer.com - cardinal, in the Roman Catholic Church (Roman Catholic Orders And Missions) - Encyclopedia
The sacred college of cardinals of the Holy Roman Church is the electoral college of the papacy.
A cardinal's insignia resemble those of a bishop, except for the characteristic red, broad-brimmed, tasseled hat, which is conferred by the pope but not subsequently worn.
Cardinals, the "princes of the church," are styled "Eminence."
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The executions of Marillac (1632), Montmorency (1632), Cinq-Mars and of de Thou (1642) intimidated the enemies of the cardinal.
This was a very important episode, and on it the recent researches of Father de Rochemonteix in the archives of the Society of Jesus have cast new light.
Saint-Cyran remained in the dungeon of Vincennes until the cardinal's death.
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 New Catholic Dictionary: cardinal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Until the Middle Ages the title of cardinal was granted to the prominent clergy of important churches, e.g., Constantinople, Milan, Naples.
At the present day the cardinals constitute the senate of the Roman pontiff, advising and assisting the pope in the government of the Church.
Cardinals residing in Rome are called Cardinals of the Court.
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Until 1260 the vicars were chosen from among the cardinals; the first vicar taken from among the bishops in the vicinity of Rome was the Dominican Thomas Fusconi de Berta, episcopus Senensis (Moroni, Eubel).
It was not until after the purchase of the Palazzo Mariscotti near San Francesco alle Stimmate, which was assigned to the cardinal vicar and his officials and arranged for their use, that Pius X was able to carry out his long cherished plan for a thorough reform of the Roman vicariate.
This fact distinguishes the cardinal vicar as he is called, for the designation is not an official title, from all other vicars-general in the world, and gives him his peculiar legal position.
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 CNS STORY: Cardinal Ratzinger lays out principles on denying Communion, voting
Cardinal Ratzinger, head of the Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, sent the six-point memorandum to Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick of Washington, who heads an episcopal task force on Catholic politicians.
Cardinal McCarrick said in a statement July 6 that L'Espresso's story was the result of an "incomplete and partial leak" that did not reflect Cardinal Ratzinger's full advice to the U.S. bishops.
Cardinal Ratzinger then cited a principle of church law that is used to justify the denial of Communion to divorced and civilly remarried Catholics.
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 UCEF - News - Greek Catholic Cardinal Meets With French Ambassador
Cardinal Lubomyr Husar, head of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church (UGCC), met in Lviv on 10 March 2003 with French Ambassador to Ukraine Philippe de Suremain, who was on an official visit from 8 to 10 March 2003.
Cardinal Husar informed the ambassador of the historical reasons why eastern Ukraine is currently home to approximately 600,000 Greek Catholics, among which are expulsion and resettlement of Ukrainians, migration and prohibition to return home after exile.
Cardinal Husar explained that the reason for Ukraine's negative image in the world is because "we are still struggling with the problems that we inherited from the past…Today, not only do we have to overcome the drawbacks of the past, but also need to build the future," said Cardinal Husar.
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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.
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.
It was granted to the secular cardinals by Innocent IV at the Synod of Lyons in 1245, and to the religious cardinals by Gregory XIV in 1591; the latter, it must be noted, continue to wear the distinctive habit of their order (Barmgarten, "Die Uebersendung des rothen Hutes" in "Hist.
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 Belgian Cardinal faces prosecution | Headlines | News | Gay.com UK   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
A Roman Catholic Cardinal who claimed 95% of all lesbians and gays are "sexual perverts" is facing a lawsuit over his comments.
Cardinal Gustaaf Joos, one of Belgium's most senior clergy, told a newspaper last week that he was "willing to write in my own blood that all of those who call themselves lesbian or gay, a maximum of 5 to 10% are effectively gay or lesbian.
Meanwhile Catholic authorities in the country have refused to reprimand the 80-year-old Joos, claiming he was speaking in a private capacity.
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 Cardinals in the Catholic Church | Catholic-Pages.com
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).
Of course, the singular role that the Cardinals play is that of electing a new Pontiff when the See of Peter is vacant (see Electing a Pope).
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.
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 The Cardinal Ratzinger Fan Club: Homepage
Cardinal Ratzinger engages the problem of truth, tolerance, religion and culture in the modern world, meeting diverse understandings of spiritual truth while defending the Catholic teaching of salvation through Jesus Christ.
Cardinal Ratzinger to members of the American Anglican Council, 10/09/03 Heroic virtue does not mean that the saint performs a type of "gymnastics" of holiness, something that normal people do not dare to do.
From 1981 - 2005, Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger was appointed head of the Catholic Church's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, whose mission is to "to promote and safeguard the doctrine on the faith and morals throughout the Catholic world" (John Paul II).
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 CNS STORY: Celebration of arts honors cardinal, showcases Catholic students
That's when Mary Jo Hutson, associate superintendent for Catholic schools in the Baltimore Archdiocese, appeared from a stairwell with a bottle of holy water, which she proceeded to sprinkle backstage.
The evening was dedicated to Cardinal Keeler in honor of the 50th anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood.
Ronald J. Valenti, superintendent of Catholic schools, said it was important to spotlight student artists in a society that is quick to focus solely on the accomplishments of athletes.
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 Cardinal's speech upsets university - smh.com.au
A Roman Catholic cardinal seen as a top contender to succeed Pope John Paul II has sparked student and faculty protests at Georgetown University with a remark he made about homosexuals in a commencement speech.
A letter protesting against the speech by Cardinal Francis Arinze was signed by about 70 faculty members at the Jesuit university and delivered on Wednesday to Dr Jane McAuliffe, dean of the university's school of arts and sciences.
Cardinal Arinze, 70, is widely mentioned as a candidate to succeed John Paul II, which would make him the first African Catholic pope.
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In this pair of cardinal virtues is exhibited a not very precise portion of Greek psychology, which the Scholastics have perpetuated in the division of appetites as concupiscible and irascible, the latter member having for its characteristic that it must seek its purpose by an arduous endeavour against obstacles.
Thomas found four cardinal virtues in common recognition and he tried to give a systematic account of the group as far as it admitted of logical systematization.
Within limits the cardinal virtues may be said to be a scientifically arranged group, helpful to clearness of aim for a man who is struggling after well-ordered conduct in a disordered world, which is not prudent, just, brave, temperate.
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 UCEF - News - Greek Catholic Cardinal Husar Visits Germany
This event is organized annually by the German Catholic Bishops' Conference to acquaint the participants with one of the churches throughout the world.
Cardinal Husar delivered a speech entitled "The Contribution of the Eastern Catholic Churches to Consolidation in Europe, from the Ukrainian Point of View," in which he spoke about the role of the UGCC as a mediator between East and West and about the Christian roots of Europe.
In addition, cardinals Husar and Lehmann met with leading journalists of the German mass media, who were interested in the state of the Church in Ukraine and the development of ecumenical dialogue.
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 Global Catholic News - Cardinal Ruini to Substitute for Pope at Colosseum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Cardinal Ruini will carry the cross during the first two stations, as well as the last, the 14th, the Vatican press office announced today.
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, dean of the College of Cardinals, has prepared the texts for the meditations.
CUF is a lay apostolate that works to renew the family and society by helping Catholics to discover and strengthen their faith.
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Cardinal and Prince-Bishop of Ermland; born of German parents at Cracow, 5 May, 1504; died at Capranica, near Rome, S August, 1579.
In faultless Latin the author places the whole array of Catholic doctrines in contrast with the opposing doctrines of the reformers, and proves by means of irresistible arguments, drawn from Holy Scripture and patristic literature, that Catholicity is strictly identical with Christianity.
After the death of Pius IV, on 9 December, 1565, some of the cardinals cast their vote for Hosius as his successor, but Pius V was the successful candidate.
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 Cardinal says Catholic births must keep up with immigrants   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The cardinal did not mention any particular group of immigrants or name any religion, but other Catholic leaders have publicly said they are worried that rising Muslim immigration to Europe could tip the demographic balance against their faith.
But he suggested that, for Catholics in Scotland, the focus should be on increasing the number of children they have.
A spokesman for the cardinal confirmed to The Scotsman that he "totally accepts" the case for encouraging immigration and was simply drawing attention to the "dramatic" variation in the birth rates of different groups.
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 Milwaukee Catholic Herald – May 15, 2003   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The pallium, a liturgical vestment, is worn by Catholic archbishops.
In addition to inviting archdiocesan Catholics to Rome for the pallium presentation and archdiocesan pilgrimage, Archbishop Dolan chose to hold a series of lectures that honor and recognize Pope John Paul II’s pontificate.
Catholics have been reminded afresh of deep Jewish sensitivities regarding the Holocaust, so I am hopeful that our Jewish partners in dialogue have gained new insights,” he said.
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 Boston.com / News / Nation / Cardinal cautions Catholic politicians
Cardinal Francis Arinze, speaking at a news conference about a new Vatican report on liturgical practices at Mass, was asked whether "unambiguously proabortion" Catholic politicians should be denied Communion, though that issue was not addressed in the report.
Arinze's comments, which were reported by the National Catholic Reporter and other media outlets based at the Vatican, are significant not only because of his rank in the Vatican, but because he is a church leader seen as a possible successor to Pope John Paul II.
The Vatican has not directly addressed the issue of Communion for Catholic politicians who support abortion rights, while the general practice among American clergy is to leave eligibility for Communion up to individual Catholics to decide.
www.boston.com /news/nation/articles/2004/04/24/cardinal_cautions_catholic_politicians   (489 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.
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 Outspoken Catholic cardinal captivates audience   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Cardinal Francis Arinze, one of the most powerful men at the Vatican, is known for an acerbic wit in defense of church teachings.
But Arinze was as critical of conservative Catholic foibles as of liberal ones, and his descriptions of his own work were charmingly self-effacing.
In response to a question about how his office prepared a recent document on communion, he spoke of wide consultation with bishops and cardinals, of dozens of drafts and endless amendments before it was finally approved by Pope John Paul II.
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 Catholic Online - Cathcom - Cardinal McCarrick says his 75th birthday 'just another day'   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick waves to the congregation after they sang 'Happy Birthday' at the end of Mass on his 75th birthday at St. Matthew Cathedral in Washington July 7.
Other celebrations for the cardinal's 75th included a family reunion, dinner with priests, lunch with workers at the archdiocesan pastoral center and special get-togethers with friends.
He praised the generosity of people toward the annual Cardinal's Appeal and the archdiocese's Forward in Faith capital campaign, and he also praised the unsung heroes in every Catholic parish, school and agency who generously give of their time and talent to help those in need.
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 Catholic World News : Boost Mass attendance, cardinal asks Catholic schools
Cardinal Pell gave his full support to the Catholic school system, and expressed misgivings that some Catholic families are unable to send their children to the parochial schools.
If I have any complaint about the Cardinal's statement, it's that it should be targeted to the parents of the children.
I so am glad to hear that the good Cardinal is reminding the school administrators of their obligations.
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 Catholic Online Forum - :: View topic - Eastern Catholic Cardinals   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Cardinals Sfeir and Ghattas are both over 80 and, therefore, are not eligible as Cardinal electors (of the next Pope).
In your case, it is a combination of having Patriarch Emeritus Cardinal Daoud already in representation of the Catholic Syrians (and Cardinal Prefect of the Oriental Congregation to boot!) and the fact that your current Patriarch took over in 2001 after the consistory for that year.
Historically, the combined office and honorific status termed "Cardinal" derives from the hierarchs, presbyters, and deacons of the Diocese of Rome who, in concert as the Holy Synod of that place, came together for the purpose of electing the Bishop of Rome, who is ex officio the Pope and Patriarch of the West.
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 Catholic cardinal: 'Most gays are perverts' -- Queer Lesbian Gay News -- Gay.com
A Catholic cardinal in Belgium has shocked international gay rights activists by telling a newspaper "most gays are perverts." Cardinal Gustaaf Joos, appointed by Pope John Paul II last year, even went so far as to goad protestors with comments dismissing lesbian and gay rights.
Cardinal Gustaaf Joos, appointed by Pope John Paul II last year, even went so far as to goad protestors with comments dismissing lesbian and gay rights.
Last year, Belgium became the second European country to legalize same-sex marriages and is currently on the brink of unveiling adoption legislation that lifts the ban on lesbian and gay parents.
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 Online NewsHour: Catholic Cardinal Bernardin dies -- November 14, 1996
The Cardinal was an influential and moderate force in the Church, and in secular circles as well.
JOHN CARDINAL MAHONY, Archbishop, Los Angeles: In my years as ministry as a priest, of course, have been with a lot of people who have been dying, and I would say he’s probably one of the most peaceful persons I’ve ever seen at this particular stage in his life.
Cardinal Bernardin had that wonderful simplicity of a thoroughly good man, a man confident in himself, who needed none of those props, nor any of those intermediaries between himself and his people.
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