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Cardinals Created by Clement XIV (1769-73)

Consistory of 1769.12.18 (0)

PortugalFr. Paulo de Carvalho de MendoçaPermalink

Born:1702 (Portugal)
Created Cardinal in pectore:1769.12.18
Died:1770.01.17 († 68)
Revealed as Cardinal after death:1770.01.29
Consistory of 1770.01.29 (1)

Italy[1] Cardinal Mario Marefoschi CompagnoniPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Agostino
former Prefect of Sacred Congregation of Rites
former Archpriest of Papal Archbasilica of St. John Lateran

Born:1714.09.10 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1770.01.29
Revealed as Cardinal:1770.09.10
Died:1780.12.23 († 66)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Agostino (1770.12.12 – 1780.12.23)

Prefect of Sacred Congregation of Rites (1771 – 1780.12.23)

Archpriest of Papal Archbasilica of St. John Lateran (1771 – 1780.12.23)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1778.03.30 – 1779)

Consistory of 1770.08.06 (1)

Portugal1. Cardinal João Cosme da Cunha, C.R.S.A.Permalink

former Metropolitan Archbishop of Évora (Portugal)

Born:1715.10.20 (Portugal)
Ordained Priest:1740.05.22
Consecrated Bishop:1746
Created Cardinal:1770.08.06
Died:1783.01.31 († 67)

Titular Bishop of Olimpus (1746.03.28 – 1746.04.08)

Coadjutor Bishop of Leiria (Portugal) (1746.03.28 – 1746.04.08)

Bishop of Leiria (Portugal) (1746.04.08 – 1760.03.24)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Évora (Portugal) (1760.03.24 – 1783.01.31)

Cardinal-Priest with no Title assigned (1770.08.06 – 1783.01.31)

Consistory of 1770.09.10 (2)

Italy1. Cardinal Scipione BorghesePermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Maria sopra Minerva
former Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals

Born:1734.04.01 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:1759.09.22
Consecrated Bishop:1765
Created Cardinal:1770.09.10
Died:1782.12.26 († 48)

Protonotary Apostolic de numero of Prefecture of the Holy Apostolic Palaces (1760? – 1765.07.05)

Titular Archbishop of Theodosia (1765.07.05 – 1770.09.10)

Master of the Sacred Palace of Prefecture of the Holy Apostolic Palaces (1766.07.23 – 1771.12.16)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Maria sopra Minerva (1770.12.12 – 1782.12.26)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1779.03.01 – 1780)

Italy2. Cardinal Giovanni Battista RezzonicoPermalink

former Cardinal-Deacon of S. Nicola in Carcere

Born:1740.06.01 (Italy)
Created Cardinal:1770.09.10
Died:1783.07.21 († 43)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Nicola in Carcere (1770.12.12 – 1783.07.21)

Consistory of 1770.12.12 (2)

Italy[1] Cardinal Antonio CasaliPermalink

former Cardinal-Deacon of S. Maria ad Martyres
former Prefect of Sacred Congregation of Good Government

Born:1715.05.25 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1770.12.12
Revealed as Cardinal:1773.03.15
Died:1787.01.14 († 71)

Prefect of Sacred Congregation of Good Government (1773.03.26 – 1787.01.14)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Giorgio in Velabro (1773.04.19 – 1777.02.17)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Maria ad Martyres (1777.02.17 – 1787.01.14)

Italy[2] Cardinal Pasquale Acquaviva d’AragonaPermalink

former Cardinal-Deacon of S. Eustachio

Born:1718.11.03 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1770.12.12
Revealed as Cardinal:1773.03.15
Died:1788.02.29 († 69)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Maria in Aquiro (1775.04.03 – 1779.12.13)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Maria in Cosmedin (1779.12.13 – 1780.09.27)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Eustachio (1780.09.27 – 1788.02.29)

Consistory of 1771.06.17 (2)

Italy[1] Cardinal Antonio Eugenio ViscontiPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Croce in Gerusalemme
former Prefect of Sacred Congregation of Indulgences and Sacred Relics
former Prefect of Sacred Congregation of Rites

Born:1713.06.17 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:1759.12.22
Consecrated Bishop:1760.02.16
Created Cardinal in pectore:1771.06.17
Revealed as Cardinal:1773.04.19
Died:1788.03.04 († 74)

Titular Archbishop of Ephesus (1760.01.28 – 1773.04.19)

Apostolic Nuncio to Poland (1760.02.22 – 1766.11.22)

Apostolic Nuncio to Austria-Hungary (1766.11.22 – 1773.04.19)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Croce in Gerusalemme (1775.04.03 – 1788.03.04)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1780.03.20 – 1781)

Prefect of Sacred Congregation of Rites (1781 – 1788.03.04?)

Prefect of Sacred Congregation of Indulgences and Sacred Relics (1782 – 1788.03.04)

Italy[2] Cardinal Bernardino GiraudPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of SS. Trinità al Monte Pincio
former Archbishop of Ferrara (Italy)
former Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals

Born:1721.07.14 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:1767.03.19
Consecrated Bishop:1767.04.26
Created Cardinal in pectore:1771.06.17
Revealed as Cardinal:1773.04.19
Died:1782.05.05 († 60)

Titular Archbishop of Damascus (1767.04.06 – 1773.03.15)

Archbishop of Ferrara (Italy) (1773.03.15 – 1777.02.14)

Cardinal-Priest of SS. Trinità al Monte Pincio (1773.12.20 – 1782.05.05)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1781.04.02 – 1782)

Consistory of 1771.09.23 (1)

Italy[1] Cardinal Innocenzo ContiPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Maria in Ara Coeli
former Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals

Born:1731.02.08 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:1769.12.26
Created Cardinal in pectore:1771.09.23
Revealed as Cardinal:1773.04.19
Died:1785.11.15 († 54)

Titular Archbishop of Tyrus (1769.12.18 – 1773.04.19)

Apostolic Nuncio to Portugal (1770.01.03 – 1773.04.19)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Silvestro in Capite (1775.04.03 – 1783.12.15)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1782.02.25 – 1783)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Maria in Ara Coeli (1783.12.15 – 1785.11.15)

Consistory of 1771.12.16 (1)

France1. Cardinal Charles-Antoine de la Roche-AymonPermalink

former Metropolitan Archbishop of Reims (France)

Born:1696.02.17 (France)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:1725
Created Cardinal:1771.12.16
Died:1777.10.27 († 81)

Titular Bishop of Sarepta (1725.06.11 – 1730.10.02)

Auxiliary Bishop of Limoges (France) (1725.06.11 – 1730.10.02)

Bishop of Tarbes (France) ([1729.12.27] 1730.10.02 – 1740.11.11)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Toulouse (France) ([1740.01.10] 1740.11.11 – 1752.12.18)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Narbonne (France) ([1752.10.02] 1752.12.18 – 1763.01.24)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Reims (France) ([1762.12.05] 1763.01.24 – 1777.10.27)

Cardinal-Priest with no Title assigned (1771.12.16 – 1777.10.27)

Consistory of 1772.12.14 (1)

Germany1. Cardinal Leopold Ernest von FirmianPermalink

Dextera Domini exaltavit me

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Pietro in Montorio
former Bishop of Passau (Germany)

Born:1708.09.22 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:1739
Created Cardinal:1772.12.14
Died:1783.03.13 († 74)

Bishop of Seckau (Austria) (1739.02.13 – 1763.09.01)

Coadjutor Bishop of Trento (Italy) (1748.05.29 – 1763.09.01)

Bishop of Passau (Germany) (1763.09.01 – 1783.03.13)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Pietro in Montorio (1782.04.19 – 1783.03.13)

Consistory of 1773.03.15 (1)

Italy1. Cardinal Gennaro Antonio De SimonePermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Bernardo alle Terme
former Bishop of Pesaro (Italy)

Born:1714.09.17 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal:1773.03.15
Consecrated Bishop:1775.04.30
Died:1780.12.16 († 66)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Bernardo alle Terme (1773.04.19 – 1780.12.16)

Bishop of Pesaro (Italy) (1775.03.13 – 1779.08.18)

Consistory of 1773.04.19 (2)

Italy1. Cardinal Francesco Carafa della Spina di TraettoPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Lorenzo in Damaso
former Cardinal-Priest of S. Lorenzo in Lucina in commendum
former Vice-Chancellor of Apostolic Chancery
former Protopriest of Sacred College of Cardinals

Born:1722.04.29 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:1760.01.27
Consecrated Bishop:1760.02.16
Created Cardinal:1773.04.19
Died:1818.09.20 († 96)

Titular Archbishop of Patrasso (1760.01.28 – 1773.04.19)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Clemente (1773.04.26 – 1788.09.15)

Prefect of Sacred Congregation of Bishops and Regulars (1775.03.29 – 1778.06.01?)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Lorenzo in Lucina (1788.09.15 – 1807.08.03)

Protopriest of Sacred College of Cardinals (1803.04.14 – 1818.09.20)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Lorenzo in Damaso (1807.08.03 – 1818.09.20)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Lorenzo in Lucina in commendum (1807.08.03 – 1818.09.20)

Vice-Chancellor of Apostolic Chancery (1807.08.03 – 1818.09.20)

Italy2. Cardinal Francesco Saverio De ZeladaPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Prassede
former Cardinal-Priest of S. Martino ai Monti in commendum
former Prefect of Sacred Consistorial Congregation
former Major Penitentiary of Sacred Apostolic Penitentiary
former Librarian of Vatican Apostolic Library
former Archivist of Vatican Secret Archives
former Archpriest of Papal Archbasilica of St. John Lateran

Born:1717.08.27 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:1740.10.23
Consecrated Bishop:1766.12.28
Created Cardinal:1773.04.19
Died:1801.12.19 († 84)

Titular Archbishop of Petra (1766.12.23 – 1773.04.19)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Martino ai Monti (1773.04.26 – 1793.06.17)

Archivist of Vatican Secret Archives (1779.12.15 – 1801.12.19)

Librarian of Vatican Apostolic Library (1779.12.15 – 1801.12.19)

Archpriest of Papal Archbasilica of St. John Lateran (1781 – 1801.12.19)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1783.02.17 – 1784)

Major Penitentiary of Sacred Apostolic Penitentiary (1788 – 1801.12.19?)

Secretary of State of Apostolic Secretariat (1789.10.13 – 1796)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Prassede (1793.06.17 – 1801.12.19)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Martino ai Monti in commendum (1793.06.17 – 1801.12.19)

Prefect of Sacred Consistorial Congregation (1800? – 1801.12.19)

Consistory of 1773.04.26 (2)

Italy1. Cardinal Giannangelo Braschi (later Pope Pius VI)Permalink

Peregrinus apostolicus

former Supreme Pontiff

Born:1717.12.25 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:1755
Created Cardinal:1773.04.26
Elected as Supreme Pontiff:1775.02.15
Consecrated Bishop:1775.02.22
Installed as Supreme Pontiff:1775.02.22
Died:1799.08.29 († 81)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Onofrio (1773.05.10 – 1775.02.15)

Supreme Pontiff (1775.02.15 [1775.02.22] – 1799.08.29)

Italy2. Cardinal Francesco D’ElciPermalink

former Cardinal-Deacon of S. Angelo in Pescheria

Born:1707.10.06 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal:1773.04.26
Died:1787.04.04 († 79)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Angelo in Pescheria (1773.05.10 – 1787.04.04)

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