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Cardinals Created by Gregory XVI (1840-6)

Consistory of 1840.12.14 (2)

Italy[1] Cardinal Lodovico AltieriPermalink

former Cardinal-Bishop of Albano
former Prefect of Sacred Congregation of the Index
former Chamberlain of the Holy Roman Church of Reverend Apostolic Camera
former Archpriest of Papal Archbasilica of St. John Lateran

Born:1805.07.17 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:1836.07.17
Created Cardinal in pectore:1840.12.14
Revealed as Cardinal:1845.04.21
Died:1867.08.11 († 62)

Titular Archbishop of Ephesus (1836.07.11 – 1845.04.21)

Apostolic Nuncio to Austria-Hungary (1836.07.18 – 1845.04.21)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Maria in Portico pro hac vice Title (1845.11.24 – 1860.12.17)

Cardinal Protector of Pontifical Ecclesiastical Academy (1850 – 1866)

Chamberlain of the Holy Roman Church of Reverend Apostolic Camera (1857.03.19 – 1867.08.11)

Cardinal-Bishop of Albano (1860.12.17 – 1867.08.11)

Prefect of Sacred Congregation of the Index (1861.09.05 – 1867.08.11)

Archpriest of Papal Archbasilica of St. John Lateran (1863.03.08 – 1867.08.11)

Italy[2] Cardinal Silvestro BelliPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Balbina
former Bishop of Jesi (Italy)

Born:1781.12.29 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1840.12.14
Revealed as Cardinal:1841.07.12
Consecrated Bishop:1842.02.24
Died:1844.09.09 († 62)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Balbina (1841.07.15 – 1844.09.09)

Bishop of Jesi (Italy) (1842.01.24 – 1844.09.09)

Consistory of 1841.03.01 (1)

France1. Cardinal Louis-Jacques-Maurice de BonaldPermalink

Sedes Gallium primes

former Cardinal-Priest of SS. Trinità al Monte Pincio
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Lyon (France)

Born:1787.10.30 (France)
Ordained Priest:1812.02.22
Consecrated Bishop:1823.04.27
Created Cardinal:1841.03.01
Died:1870.02.25 († 82)

Bishop of Le Puy-en-Velay (France) ([1823.01.13] 1823.03.10 – 1840.04.27)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Lyon (France) ([1839.12.04] 1840.04.27 – 1870.02.25)

Cardinal-Priest of SS. Trinità al Monte Pincio (1842.05.23 – 1870.02.25)

Consistory of 1841.07.12 (1)

Italy[1] Cardinal Tommaso Pasquale GizziPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Pudenziana
former Secretary of State of Apostolic Secretariat

Born:1787.09.22 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:1810.09.02
Consecrated Bishop:1839.04.21
Created Cardinal in pectore:1841.07.12
Revealed as Cardinal:1844.01.22
Died:1849.06.03 († 61)

Titular Archbishop of Thebæ (1839.02.18 – 1844.01.22)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Pudenziana (1844.01.25 – 1849.06.03)

Secretary of State of Apostolic Secretariat (1846.08.08 – 1849.06.03)

Consistory of 1842.01.24 (2)

Czechia1. Cardinal Friedrich Johannes Jacob Celestin von SchwarzenbergPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Agostino
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Praha (Czechia)
former Protopriest of Sacred College of Cardinals

Born:1809.04.06 (Austria)
Ordained Priest:1833.07.25
Consecrated Bishop:1836.05.01
Created Cardinal:1842.01.24
Died:1885.03.27 († 75)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Salzburg (Austria) ([1835.09.23] 1836.02.01 – 1850.05.20)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Agostino (1842.01.27 – 1885.03.27)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Praha (Czechia) ([1849.12.13] 1850.05.20 – 1885.03.27)

Protopriest of Sacred College of Cardinals (1877.07.08 – 1885.03.27)

Italy2. Cardinal Cosimo CorsiPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of Ss. Giovanni e Paolo
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Pisa (Italy)

Born:1798.06.10 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal:1842.01.24
Consecrated Bishop:1845.01.26
Died:1870.10.07 († 72)

Prelate Auditor of Sacred Roman Rota (1815 – 1835)

Dean of Sacred Roman Rota (1835 – 1842.01.24)

Cardinal-Priest of Ss. Giovanni e Paolo (1842.01.27 – 1870.10.07)

Bishop of Jesi (Italy) (1845.01.20 – 1853.12.19)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Pisa (Italy) (1853.12.19 – 1870.10.07)

Consistory of 1843.01.27 (4)

Italy1. Cardinal Francesco di Paola VilladicaniPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of Ss. Bonifacio ed Alessio
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Messina (Italy)

Born:1780.02.22 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:1802.09.08
Consecrated Bishop:1820
Created Cardinal:1843.01.27
Died:1861.06.13 († 81)

Titular Bishop of Orthosia (1820.10.02 – 1823.11.17)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Messina (Italy) (1823.11.17 – 1861.06.13)

Cardinal-Priest of Ss. Bonifacio ed Alessio (1843.06.22 – 1861.06.13)

Italy2. Cardinal Ignazio Giovanni CadoliniPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Susanna
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Ferrara (Italy)

Born:1794.11.04 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:1818.05.30
Consecrated Bishop:1826.10.29
Created Cardinal:1843.01.27
Died:1850.04.11 († 55)

Bishop of Cervia (Italy) (1826.07.03 – 1831.09.30)

Bishop of Foligno (Italy) (1831.09.30 – 1832.12.17)

Archbishop of Spoleto (Italy) (1832.12.17 – 1838.02.12)

Titular Archbishop of Edessa (1838.02.12 – 1843.01.27)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Ferrara (Italy) (1843.01.30 – 1850.04.11)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Susanna (1843.01.30 – 1850.04.11)

Italy3. Cardinal Paolo Mangelli OrsiPermalink

former Cardinal-Deacon of S. Maria in Cosmedin

Born:1762.10.30 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal:1843.01.27
Died:1846.03.04 († 83)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Maria della Scala (1843.01.30 – 1844.02.22)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Maria in Cosmedin (1844.02.22 – 1846.03.04)

Italy4. Cardinal Giovanni SerafiniPermalink

former Cardinal-Deacon of S. Maria in Cosmedin

Born:1786.10.15 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal:1843.01.27
Died:1855.02.01 († 68)

Cardinal-Deacon of Ss. Vito, Modesto e Crescenzia (1843.01.30 – 1846.04.16)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Maria in Cosmedin (1846.04.16 – 1855.02.01)

Consistory of 1843.06.19 (2)

Portugal1. Cardinal Francisco de São Luiz Saraiva, O.S.B.Permalink

former Patriarch of Lisboa (Portugal)

Born:1766.01.26 (Portugal)
Ordained Priest:1789.03.07
Consecrated Bishop:1822.09.15
Created Cardinal:1843.06.19
Died:1845.05.07 († 79)

Coadjutor Bishop of Coimbra (Portugal) (1821.04.19 – 1822.04.16)

Bishop of Coimbra (Portugal) (1822.04.16 – 1824.04.30)

Titular Bishop of Dura (1824.04.30 – 1843.04.03)

Patriarch of Lisboa (Portugal) ([1840] 1843.04.03 – 1845.05.07)

Cardinal-Priest with no Title assigned (1843.06.19 – 1845.05.07)

Italy2. Cardinal Antonio Maria Cadolini, B.Permalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Clemente
former Bishop of Ancona e Umana (Italy)

Born:1771.07.10 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:1794.04.19
Consecrated Bishop:1822.04.21
Created Cardinal:1843.06.19
Died:1851.08.01 († 80)

Bishop of Cesena (Italy) (1822.04.19 – 1838.02.12)

Bishop of Ancona e Umana (Italy) (1838.02.12 – 1851.08.01)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Clemente (1843.06.22 – 1851.08.01)

Consistory of 1844.01.22 (3)

Italy1. Cardinal Antonio Maria Cagiano de AzevedoPermalink

former Cardinal-Bishop of Frascati
former Major Penitentiary of Sacred Apostolic Penitentiary

Born:1797.12.14 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:1824.08.10
Created Cardinal:1844.01.22
Consecrated Bishop:1844.02.11
Died:1867.01.13 († 69)

Bishop of Senigallia (Italy) (1844.01.22 – 1848.07.18)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Croce in Gerusalemme (1844.01.25 – 1854.06.23)

Prefect of Sacred Congregation of the Council (1853.06.27 – 1860.09.26)

Cardinal-Bishop of Frascati (1854.06.23 – 1867.01.13)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1855 – 1856)

Major Penitentiary of Sacred Apostolic Penitentiary (1860.09.28 – 1867.01.13)

Italy2. Cardinal Niccola Clarelli ParraccianiPermalink

former Cardinal-Bishop of Frascati
former Archpriest of Papal Basilica of St. Peter

Born:1799.04.12 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:1822.06.01
Created Cardinal:1844.01.22
Consecrated Bishop:1844.02.11
Died:1872.07.07 († 73)

Bishop of Montefiascone (1844.01.22 – 1854.06)

Bishop of Corneto (Italy) (1844.01.22 – 1854.06)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Pietro in Vincoli (1844.01.25 – 1867.02.22)

Prefect of Sacred Congregation of Bishops and Regulars (1860.10.10 – 1863.04.23)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1863 – 1864)

Cardinal-Bishop of Frascati (1867.02.22 – 1872.07.07)

Archpriest of Papal Basilica of St. Peter (1870 – 1872.07.07)

Italy[3] Cardinal Fabio Maria AsquiniPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Lorenzo in Lucina
former Patriarch of Constantinople
former Prefect of Sacred Congregation of Indulgences and Sacred Relics

Born:1802.08.14 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:1825.02.26
Consecrated Bishop:1837
Created Cardinal in pectore:1844.01.22
Revealed as Cardinal:1845.04.21
Died:1878.12.22 († 76)

Titular Archbishop of Tarsus (1837.10.02 – 1844.01.22)

Patriarch of Constantinople (1844.01.22 – 1845.04.21)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Stefano al Monte Celio (1845.04.24 – 1877.09.21)

Prefect of Sacred Congregation of Indulgences and Sacred Relics (1847.05.02 – 1863.05.08)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1862 – 1863)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Lorenzo in Lucina (1877.09.21 – 1878.12.22)

Consistory of 1844.07.22 (5)

Italy1. Cardinal Domenico Carafa della Spina di TraettoPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Lorenzo in Lucina
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Benevento (Italy)

Born:1805.07.12 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:1841.05.30
Consecrated Bishop:1844.07.22
Created Cardinal:1844.07.22
Died:1879.06.17 († 73)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Benevento (Italy) (1844.07.22 – 1879.05.12)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Maria degli Angeli (1844.07.25 – 1879.05.12)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1864 – 1865)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Lorenzo in Lucina (1879.05.12 – 1879.06.17)

Netherlands[2] Cardinal Francesco CapacciniPermalink

former Secretary of Sacred Congregation for Extraordinary Ecclesiastical Affairs

Born:1784.08.14 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1844.07.22
Revealed as Cardinal:1845.04.21
Died:1845.06.15 († 60)

Apostolic Internuncio to Netherlands (1828 – 1831)

Ecclesiastical Superior of Batavia (Netherlands) (1829 – 1831)

Substitute for General Affairs of Apostolic Secretariat (1831 – 1837)

Secretary of Sacred Congregation for Extraordinary Ecclesiastical Affairs (1836.07.11 – 1843)

Cardinal-Priest with no Title assigned (1845.04.21 – 1845.06.15)

Italy[3] Cardinal Giuseppe Antonio Zacchia RondininiPermalink

former Cardinal-Deacon of S. Nicola in Carcere
former Vice-Chamberlain of the Holy Roman Church of Reverend Apostolic Camera

Born:1787.02.22 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:1841.07.26
Created Cardinal in pectore:1844.07.22
Revealed as Cardinal:1845.04.21
Died:1845.11.26 († 58)

Vice-Chamberlain of the Holy Roman Church of Reverend Apostolic Camera (1842.01.25 – 1845.04.21)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Nicola in Carcere (1845.04.24 – 1845.11.26)

Italy[4] Cardinal Lorenzo SimonettiPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Lorenzo in Panisperna

Born:1789.05.27 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1844.07.22
Revealed as Cardinal:1845.11.24
Died:1855.01.09 († 65)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Lorenzo in Panisperna (1846.01.19 – 1855.01.09)

Italy[5] Cardinal Giacomo PiccolominiPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Marco

Born:1795.07.31 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1844.07.22
Revealed as Cardinal:1845.11.24
Died:1861.08.17 († 66)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Balbina (1846.01.19 – 1847.10.04)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Marco (1847.10.04 – 1861.08.17)

Consistory of 1845.04.21 (0)
Consistory of 1845.11.24 (0)
Consistory of 1846.01.19 (3)

Portugal1. Cardinal Guilherme Henriques de CarvalhoPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Maria sopra Minerva
former Patriarch of Lisboa (Portugal)
former Bishop of Castelo Branco (Portugal)
former Apostolic Administrator of Portalegre (Portugal)

Born:1793.02.01 (Portugal)
Ordained Priest:1819.06.05
Consecrated Bishop:1843.07.02
Created Cardinal:1846.01.19
Died:1857.11.15 († 64)

Bishop of Leiria (Portugal) ([1840] 1843.04.03 – 1845.11.24)

Patriarch of Lisboa (Portugal) (1845.11.24 – 1857.11.15)

Bishop of Castelo Branco (Portugal) (1846 – 1857.11.15)

Apostolic Administrator of Portalegre (Portugal) (1846 – 1857.11.15)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Maria sopra Minerva (1854.11.30 – 1857.11.15)

Italy2. Cardinal Sisto Riario SforzaPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Sabina
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Napoli (Italy)

Born:1810.12.05 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:1833.09.01
Consecrated Bishop:1845.05.25
Created Cardinal:1846.01.19
Died:1877.09.29 († 66)

Bishop of Aversa (Italy) (1845.04.24 – 1845.11.24)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Napoli (Italy) (1845.11.24 – 1877.09.29)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Sabina (1846.04.16 – 1877.09.29)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1865 – 1866)

France3. Cardinal Joseph BernetPermalink

former Metropolitan Archbishop of Aix (France)

Born:1770.09.04 (France)
Ordained Priest:1795.11.04
Consecrated Bishop:1827.08.12
Created Cardinal:1846.01.19
Died:1846.07.05 († 75)

Bishop of La Rochelle (France) ([1827.03.29] 1827.06.25 – 1836.02.01)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Aix (France) ([1835.10.06] 1836.02.01 – 1846.07.05)

Cardinal-Priest with no Title assigned (1846.01.19 – 1846.07.05)

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