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  Corrado Cardinal Bafile - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Corrado Cardinal Bafile (July 4, 1903 – February 3, 2005) was the oldest cardinal in the Roman Catholic Church in modern times.
Born in the archdiocese of L'Aquila, Italy, Bafile was ordained a priest in Rome in 1936 and worked there until 1960.
Bafile retired from the Roman Curia in 1980 and reached the age limit for voting in papal elections in 1983; he was well enough to be received by Pope John Paul II on his 100th birthday in 2003.
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Corrado Cardinal Bafile (born July 4th 1903) is the oldest Cardinal in modern times.
Born in the Roman Catholic archdiocese of L'Aquila, Italy, he was ordained a priest in Rome in 1936 and worked there until 1960.
He retired from the Curia in 1980 and reached the age limit for voting in papal elections in 1983; he was well enough to be received by Pope John Paul II on his 100th birthday in 2003.
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 The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Additions
The mass was concelebrated by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, dean of the College of Cardinals and prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, and the cardinals.
The invitation to the cardinals to attend the celebrations was sent by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, dean of the College of Cardinals and prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.
Cardinal Hans Hermann Groër, O.S.B., archbishop emeritus of Vienna, Austria, died on March 24, 2003, in a hospital in Sankt Pölten, of pneumonia and cancer, in Crónica - 2003.
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 Bafile; oldest member of the College of Cardinals; 101 | The San Diego Union-Tribune
Italian Cardinal Corrado Bafile, at 101 the oldest member of the College of Cardinals, has died in a Rome hospital, the Vatican said.
Cardinal Bafile served for 15 years as papal envoy to Germany until he returned to the Vatican in 1975 to head the Congregation for the Causes of Saints.
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger celebrated a funeral Mass for Cardinal Bafile on Saturday in St. Peter's Basilica.
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 Cardinal Bafile, oldest cardinal, dies at 101
Rome, Feb. 04 (CWNews.com) - Cardinal Corrado Bafile, the oldest member of the College of Cardinals, died on February 3 at the age of 101.
Born on July 4, 1903, Corrado Bafile entered the seminary after a brief legal career, and was ordained a priest of the Diocese of Aquila, Italy, in 1936.
He was named a cardinal by Pope Paul VI In 1976, and served as prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints until his retirement in 1980.
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VATICAN CITY, FEB. 6, 2005 (Zenit.org).- Cardinal Corrado Bafile, the oldest member of the College of Cardinals, died in Rome.
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, dean of the College, presided Saturday at the funeral Mass of Cardinal Bafile, who died on Thursday after a brief hospitalization in the Pius XI Clinic.
As Cardinal Ratzinger recalled in the homily, Corrado Bafile's life became a constant search for God in the Vatican's Secretariat of State, as apostolic nuncio in Germany and finally as prefect of the Congregation for Sainthood Causes.
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 Corrado Cardinal Bafile Article, CorradoCardinalBafile Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Corrado Cardinal Bafile (born July 4, 1903) is the oldest Cardinal in the Roman Catholic church inmodern times.
He retired from the Curia in 1980 and reached the age limit for voting in papalelections in 1983 ; he was well enough to be received by Pope John Paul II on his 100th birthday in 2003.
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 Italian Cardinal Bafile Dies at 101   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Bafile, at 101 the oldest member of the College of Cardinals, has died in a Rome hospital, the Vatican said Friday Feb. 4, 2005.
VATICAN CITY - Italian Cardinal Corrado Bafile, at 101 the oldest member of the College of Cardinals, has died in a Rome hospital, the Vatican said.
Bafile served for 15 years as papal envoy to Germany until he returned to the Vatican in 1975 to head the Congregation for the Causes of Saints.
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 The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Additions
Cardinal Joachim Meisner, archbishop of Cologne, Germany, will be special papal envoy to the solemn celebrations for the 850th anniversary of the arrival in Finland of Saint Henry, bishop, and the 50th anniversary of the erection of the diocese of Helsinki.
Cardinal Achille Silvestrini, prefect emeritus of the Congregation for the Oriental Churches, will be special papal envoy to the celebration of the 4th centennial of the arrival in Lithuania of the brief Quae ad sanctorum, of Pope Clement VIII, which authorized the celebration of the Feast of Saint Casimir in Poland and in Lithuania.
Cardinal Duraisamy Simon Lourdusamy, prefect emeritus of the Congregation for the Oriental Churches, turned 80 years old on February 5, 2004, and, according to the regulation in the seventh paragraph of the introduction of the apostolic constitution Universi Dominic Gregis, lost the right to participate in the conclave.
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 Archdiocese of Denver - DCR - World/Nation
The prelate, the oldest living cardinal, spent more than 40 years in Vatican service, first as a diplomat and later as head of the Congregation for Saints' Causes until his retirement in 1980.
During a July 4 gathering in the Apostolic Palace, the 83-year-old pontiff told the cardinal that God had granted him the "singular privilege" of seeing virtually the entire 20th century and entering into the third millennium.
Cardinal Bafile was born July 4, 1903, in the Italian city of L'Acquila.
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The prefect of the Vatican Congregation for Bishops, Cardinal Giovanni Battista Re, greeted John Paul II on behalf of all the new cardinals.
Cardinal König continues writing articles and speaking out publicly on topics to which he has dedicated his life: the promotion of Christian unity, and the implementation of the Second Vatican Council, in which he took an active part.
Cardinals also assist the pontiff, collegially, when they are convoked to discuss more important issues together, and personally, through the different functions they carry out, especially helping the pope in his daily governing of the universal Church.
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 Corrado Cardinal Bafile - the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
1903–February 3, 2005) was the oldest Cardinal in the
Pope Paul VI named him to head the Congregation for the Causes of Saints, and he became a Cardinal in the consistory of
He retired from the Curia in 1980 and reached the age limit for voting in papal elections in 1983; he was well enough to be received by
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 Catholic-Pages.com | Newly Appointed Cardinals of the Catholic Church (February 2001)
Among the new cardinals, 11 are close collaborators of the Pontiff in the Roman Curia, and 21 are archbishops of prominent dioceses, including New York and Washington, D.C. The new cardinals will be created at a consistory Feb. 21, the eighth of John Paul II’s pontificate.
Of the total of cardinals, one was created by John XXIII, 23 by Paul VI, and 154 by John Paul II (in addition to the two "in pectore").
The oldest cardinals are Corrado Bafile (born 1903), Franz Koening (1905) and Giuseppe Maria Sensi (1907).
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 Catholic World News : Cardinal Bafile, oldest cardinal, dies at 101
Rome, Feb. 04, 2005 (CWNews.com) - Cardinal Corrado Bafile, the oldest member of the College of Cardinals, died on February 3 at the age of 101.
He was named a cardinal by Pope Paul VI In 1986, and served as prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints until his retirement in 1980.
Of these, 169 of the cardinals, and 116 of the cardinal-electors, have been named by Pope John Paul II (bio - news).
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 American Catholic | Catholic News
Cardinal Arinze discussed the issue with at least one U.S. archbishop during U.S. bishops' visits to the Vatican in 2004.
VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Italian Cardinal Corrado Bafile, the oldest member of the College of Cardinals, died Feb. 3 at the age of 101.
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, dean of the College of Cardinals, was to celebrate Cardinal Bafile's funeral Mass Feb. 5 in St. Peter's Basilica "in the name of the Holy Father," the Vatican said Feb. 4.
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Cardinal Corrado Bafile, Prefect emeritus of the Congregation for Causes of Saints, was born on 4 July 1903 in L’Aquila (Italy).
Created and proclaimed Cardinal by Paul VI in the consistory of 24 May 1976, of the Title of S.
Cardinal Corrado Bafile died on 3 February 2005.
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 Francesco Minerva - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Francesco Minerva (January 31, 1904 - August 23, 2004) was, at his death, the second-oldest living bishop in the Roman Catholic Church, after Corrado Cardinal Bafile.
While his successor in Nardo, Corrado Ursi (1908-2003), went on to become Archbishop of Naples and a Cardinal, Bishop Minerva continued in Lecce, which was elevated to an archdiocese in 1980, and retired in 1981.
In 1973, he consecrated as bishop a priest from Lecce, Salvatore DeGiorgi, who today is archbishop of Palermo and a Cardinal.
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 The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Additions
On November 9, 2005, Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, S.J., archbishop of Buenos Aires, Argentina, was elected president of the Episcopal Conference of Argentina for the the triennium of 2005-2008.
Cardinal José Freire Falcão, archbishop emeritus of Brasília, Brazil, turned 80 years old on October 23, 2005, and, according to the regulation in the seventh paragraph of the introduction of the apostolic constitution Universi Dominici Gregis, lost the right to participate in the conclave.
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, former prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, President of the Pontifical Biblical Commission and of the International Theological Commission, Dean of the College of Cardinals, was born on April 16, 1927 in Marktl am Inn, Germany.
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 30Days - In the Church and the world
The Cardinal, along with family members, was received in a special audience by the Pope in the Sala Clementina of the Apostolic Palace.
In the 18th century, however, the longest lived of the 343 cardinals created seems to have been the Neapolitan Francesco Carafa di Traetto, made cardinal in 1773 by Clement XIV and deceased in September 1818 at 96 years and five months.
Rigali in fact explained to Thirty Days,“the twelfth son of Santino Regali and Carola Luchini, was born on October 4 1851 in Fornaci di Barga in the province of Lucca (the archdiocese of Pisa).
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 Corrado Cardinal Bafile - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Corrado Cardinal Bafile - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
This encyclopedia, history, geography and biography article about Corrado Cardinal Bafile contains research on
Corrado Cardinal Bafile, 1903 births, 2005 deaths, Centenarians, Diplomats of the Holy See, Italian cardinals and Natives of the Abruzzo.
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 CARDINAL BAFILE CELEBRATES HIS 100TH BIRTHDAY TODAY
VATICAN CITY, JUL 4, 2003 (VIS) - At noon in the Clementine Hall, the Pope received in a special audience Cardinal Corrado Bafile, who turns 100 today, and members of his family.
The cardinal was born in Aquila in the Abruzzi region of Italy.
John Paul II expressed his gratitude to Cardinal Bafile for all that he has done "as a generous and competent collaborator of mine and of my venerated predecessors.
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Corrado Cardinal Bafile Corrado Cardinal Bafile (July 4, 1903 –; February 3, 2005) was the oldest cardinal in the Roman Catholic Church in modern times.
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 Catholic World News : Oldest living cardinal to celebrate 100th birthday
Cardinal Corrado Bafile, a veteran Vatican diplomat, held several critical assignments during the Cold War era.
After spending 20 years in the Secretariat of State, he became papal nuncio in Budapest, Hungary, in 1956, the year of the failed anti-Communist uprising there.
The wisdom of the 57 of the 167 cardinals who have the longest catholic memories is arbitrarily removed from the governance of the church.
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 January 29-31, 1999 COLLEGE OF CARDINALS COLLECTION: (jan29col.htm)
Thus we bring the reader vignettes on each cardinal in alphabetical order gleaned from the Catholic Almanac, Inside the Vatican and other sources.
The second oldest cardinal in the College of Cardinals, Cardinal Corrado Bafile was born on the fourth of July, 1903 during the pontificate of Pope Saint Pius X in Aquila, Italy.
A year later he was made a cardinal in the Consistory of May 24, 1976 and made cardinal deacon of Santa Maria in Portico.
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 Corrado Cardinal Bafile †
Bafile falleció en la clínica Pío XI, donde se encontraba hospitalizado debido a una gripe y a problemas de la edad.
Bafile fue ordenado sacerdote en 1936, consagrado obispo por el papa Juan XXIII en 1960 y nombrado cardenal por Pablo VI en 1976.
Nato il 4 luglio 1903 a L’Aquila, Corrado Bafile, viene ordinato l’11 aprile del 1936, dopo aver frequentato gli studi ed aver effettuato una breve esperienza di avvocato.
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