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- A cardinal is a senior ecclesiastical official, usually a bishop, of the Catholic Church.
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- Cardinal is a vivid red, which gets its name from the cassocks worn by Catholic cardinals.
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- Cardinal was again incarcerated in Seagate Prison.
- After hearing of his death, Pope Urban reportedly said that "If God exists, Cardinal Richelieu will have to answer for many things.
- March 1 - Samuel de Champlain reclaims his role as commander of New France on behalf of Cardinal Richelieu.
- Cardinal Richelieu, adviser to Louis XIII, wished to make New France as significant as the English colonies.
- In 1281, not yet a priest, Benedetto became cardinal deacon of St. Nicholas in Carcere Tulliano; in 1290 he became papal legate to France.
- He spent most of his working life in Rome except for a short period when Cardinal Richelieu ordered him back to France as First Painter to the King.
- The finite cardinal and ordinal numbers are called the natural numbers and are represented by the symbols 1, 2, 3, 4, etc.
- Finite cardinal numbers are typically not called regular or singular.
- In fact natural numbers are usually defined to be the finite cardinal numbers in set theory.
- Created cardinal and reserved in pectore tacite in the consistory of November 28, 1633; published in the consistory of March 30, 1637.
- It is probable according to many sources that one was Josyf Slipyj, (re-)created cardinal and published by Paul VI in 1965.
- His appointment was published in the consistory of December 16, 1935, and he became Cardinal Priest of Santa Maria della Vittoria.
- Rosen, who has seen a preliminary draft of the letter, said it will come from the pope via the Vatican Secretary of State, Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone.
- Furthermore, the Holy Father confirmed that his mind in this matter had been clearly stated by Cardinal Ratzinger in his letter of May 30th.
- The Queen also learned of a letter in which the Cardinal spoke lightly of Maria Theresa in a way that offended Marie Antoinette.
- If a set A is finite, there is a nonnegative integer, denoted #A, which is the number of elements in A. That is one of the finite cardinal numbers.
- If f: X → Y is an injective function, then Y has at least as many elements as X, in the sense of cardinal numbers.
- If f: X → Y is an injective function, then Y has at least as many elements as X, in the sense of cardinal number s.
- The cardinality of the set of natural numbers, Aleph null, has many of the properties of a large cardinal.
- Cantor developed an entire theory and arithmetic of infinite sets, called cardinal s and ordinal s, which extended the arithmetic of the natural numbers.
- A far-reaching generalization of addition of natural numbers is the addition of ordinal numbers and cardinal numbers in set theory.
- Julius II (1503-1513): The nephew of Sixtus IV, and made cardinal by him at age 18.
- The cardinal secretary of State, who fills the place of the nephew, has been, and is, in the present day, the confidential assistant of the pope.
- Fr. Anderdon, who was nephew and secretary to Cardinal Manning, is a talented and learned writer.
- His creation was an exception made to canon 232, 3, that forbade anyone having an uncle in the Sacred College of Cardinals to be a cardinal.
- Educated in a monastery in Rome where his uncle was abbot, he rose to become a cardinal and archdeacon of Rome and was finally chosen pope in 1073.
- He was promoted to cardinal, taking the same title formerly held by his uncle, Cardinal of San Pietro in Vincula.
- The poet Jean du Bellay, friend of Francis I and several times ambassador, was Bishop of Paris from 1532 to 1551, and was made cardinal in 1535.
- The cardinal de Rohan accepted the parlement of Paris as judges.
- While there, he became friends with Antoine de Noailles, who later became a cardinal and the Archbishop of Paris.
- In August, 1877, on the death of Cardinal de Angelis, Pius IX appointed him camerlengo, so that he was obliged to reside in Rome.
- He served as Archbishop of New York from 1939 until his death, and was named a cardinal by Pope Pius XII in 1946.
- At the time of the death of Pope John Paul II, there was one cardinal in pectore whose name remains ever unknown.
- Pope Benedict XVI was a member of the Commission during his tenure as Cardinal Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.
- Charles of Guise, Cardinal of Lorraine (1527 - 1574) was a French Cardinal and member of the powerful House of Guise.
- Cardinal Cipriani is a member of the Personal Prelature Opus Dei; he is the first declared member of the Opus Dei to be made a cardinal.
- The oldest member of the council was Archbishop MacHale, of Tuam, Ireland; the youngest, Bishop (now Cardinal) Gibbons.
- From this the cardinal of Arles, Louis Aleman, infers that the priests form part of the council, though it is composed mainly of bishops.
- I agree that Cardinal Ottaviani was right and honest to object to Modernist theologians at the Vatican II Council.
- The size (number of elements, cardinal number) of a finite set is equal to the order type.
- In set theory and combinatorics, the cardinal number n m is the size of the set of functions from a set of size m into a set of size n.
- Parrish fills the position held by Ronald K. Labrum, who left Cardinal Health in September.
- Working together, Cardinal Health helps healthcare professionals focus on what really matters – improving people's lives.
- The Nuclear Pharmacy Services business of Cardinal Health currently has multiple locations throughout the state.
- Cardinal Health, Inc., is a health care services company based in Dublin, Ohio.
- The Archbishop of Dublin, Desmond Connell, has been made a cardinal by the Pope.
- Cardinal Desmond Connell, Archbishop of Dublin, has announced the establishment of a new Child Protection Service for the Archdiocese of Dublin.
- Every Cardinal has the right to vote in the Conclave, but he must be present in person to do so." -F. A. FORBES, The Life of Pius X, p.
- Presiding over the conclave was the Dean of the College of Cardinals, Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger.
- Cardinal Ivan Dias the Archbishop of Bombay, is one of 11 Asian cardinals eligible to vote in the conclave.
- He was also one of the cardinal electors in the conclave of 1922, which resulted in the election of Pope Pius XI.
- As happened sometimes with previous popes, a new tiara was used, donated by the city of Milan, where he was Archbishop (and Cardinal) before his election.
- Pope Urban VI, elected 1378, was the last pope who was not already a cardinal at the time of his election.
- After teaching at the University of Bologna, he served as a delegate to the Council of Trent, became a cardinal in 1565, and was elected pope in 1572.
- While at the university he came under the patronage of Niccolò Albergata, the bishop (and later cardinal) of Bologna.
- In 1954, I wrote a letter to the editor of the Daily Cardinal, the University of Wisconsin Student Newspaper.
- In mathematics, an Erdős cardinal (named after Paul Erdős) is a certain kind of large cardinal number.
- In mathematics, a measurable cardinal is a certain kind of large cardinal number.
- In mathematics, cardinal numbers, or cardinals for short, are a generalization of the natural numbers used to measure the cardinality (size) of sets.
- Its progressive development leads from finite sets to cardinal numbers, infinite cardinals, and ordinals.
- In precise terms λ is a limit cardinal if for all κ + all infinite cardinals are limit ordinals.
- This definition of cofinality relies on the axiom of choice, as it uses the fact that every non-empty set of cardinal number s has a least member.
- If the axiom of choice holds, every cardinal κ has a successor κ + κ, and there are no cardinals between κ and its successor.
- If the axiom of choice holds, every cardinal number has an initial ordinal.
- Leo at once formed a new league with the emperor and the king of Spain, and to ensure English support made Wolsey a cardinal.
- Franciotto Orsini was created cardinal by Leo X in 1517.
- Not all uncountable sets have the same size; the sizes of infinite sets are analyzed with the theory of cardinal numbers.
- In the theory of cardinal numbers, we can define a successor operation similar to that in the ordinal numbers.
- Usually when one talks about inner models of a theory, the theory one is discussing is ZFC or some extension of ZFC (like ZFC+ a measurable cardinal).
- The notion of size leads to cardinal numbers, which were also discovered by Cantor, while the position is generalized by the ordinal numbers described here.
- For dealing with infinite collections, the natural numbers have been generalized to the ordinal numbers and to the cardinal numbers.
- For dealing with infinite collections, the natural numbers have been generalized to the ordinal number s and to the cardinal number s.
- Avery Dulles, S.J., who was a priest at the time of his elevation to Cardinal in 2001.
- A cardinal named in pectore is known only to the pope; not even the cardinal so named is aware of his elevation.
- O'Malley's elevation Michael Paulson traveled to Rome to cover the elevation of Sean O'Malley, Archbishop of Boston, to cardinal.
- Since the time of Pope John XXIII a priest who is appointed a cardinal must be ordained a bishop, unless he obtains a dispensation.
- The ring is then given to each, and at the same time the "title" or church by which the new cardinal shall henceforth be known.
- The Cardinal, one of the greatest theologians of his time, was called to Rome to assist in the preparatory work for the First Vatican Council.
- Traditionally such appointment would be followed by being made a cardinal at the next Consistory (when vacancies in the College of Cardinals are filled).
- The appointment was published in 1826 when Mauro was named Cardinal of San Callisto and prefect of the Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith.
- It was further agreed between pope and king that the Patriarch of Lisbon should be made a cardinal at the first consistory following his appointment.
- Created cardinal priest in the consistory of March 30, 1789; received the red hat and the title of S. Maria della Pace, August 3, 1789.
- After the death of Pius XI, Cardinal Pacelli was elected pope, on March 2, 1939.
- His immediate successor, Albino Cardinal Luciani, who took the name John Paul I, was created a cardinal in the consistory of March 5, 1973.
- Pope Innocent III (January, 1198 – July, 1216): This Pope studied canon law at Bologna and was named Cardinal by his uncle.
- Angelo Mai (March 7, 1782 – September 8, 1854) was an Italian cardinal and philologist.
- Guillaume Dubois (September 6, 1656 – August 10, 1723) was a French cardinal and statesman.
- Benedict replaced Sodano as secretary of state with Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, 71, the archbishop of Genoa, Italy.
- Archbishop Angelo Bagnasco of Genoa will be made a cardinal on Nov 24, at the next consistory.
- Cardinal Dionigi Tettamanzi, 66, [then] the archbishop of Genoa has published 10 rules on how to resist Satan's temptations.
- By tradition, the Patriarch of Venice is created a cardinal at the consistory following his appointment, although the Pope is not bound by law to do so.
- In 1953 he was created a Cardinal and appointed Patriarch of Venice and in 1958 the Conclave elected him Pope.
- The cardinal electors chose Angelo Cardinal Roncalli, then Patriarch of Venice, as the new pope.
- Until 1918 it was possible to become a Cardinal without entering Holy Orders, but only the order of Cardinal Deacons was open to those who were not priests.
- Cardinal deacons have long enjoyed the right to "opt for the order of cardinal priests" (optazione) after they have been cardinal deacons for ten years.
- The cardinal priests were the pastors of major churches in Rome and the cardinal deacons were important administrators in the diocese.
- Cardinal Deacon The Cardinal Deacons are the lowest-ranked of the three orders of Cardinals of the Catholic Church.
- Cardinal Bishops, or Cardinals of the Episcopal Order, are among the most senior prelates of the Catholic Church.
- The Cardinal Deacons are the lowest-ranked of the three orders of Cardinals of the Catholic Church.
- When Pope Paul VI amended Canon Law in 1966 to require that bishops submit retirement papers at the age of 75, Cardinal Francis Spellman was already 77.
- He was created Cardinal priest of S. Silvestro in Capite by Pope Paul VI in the consistory of 22 February 1965.
- In the consistory of 1965 Rossi was created Cardinal Priest by Pope Paul VI, and he received the title of Gran Madre di Dio.
- In 1977, Benelli was named Archbishop of Florence and became a cardinal in a small consistory Paul held almost immediately thereafter.
- When a cardinal prefect of a curial congregation wishes to see the Pope, his appointment is arrangedor postponedby the same Benelli.
- The above rules for computing with finite cardinal numbers were extended by Cantor to apply to transfinite cardinal numbers.
- In the mathematical field of set theory, a large cardinal property is a certain kind of property of transfinite cardinal numbers.
- The transfinite cardinal numbers describe the sizes of infinite sets.
- Note that without the axiom of choice there are sets which can not be well-ordered, and the definition of cardinal number given above does not work.
- This office should not confused with the Camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church which is a cardinal that deals with the vacancy of the Apostolic See.
- After his uncle became pope, he was immediately named Cardinal Deacon (September 11, 1758) and Vice-Chancellor of the Holy Roman Church (1758-1763).
- In 1059, the electorate was restricted to the Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church, and the individual votes of all Cardinal Electors were made equal in 1179.
- It is perhaps because of this that in 1983 John Paul II created the unlikely Henri de Lubac, at 87, a Cardinal of the Holy Roman Church.
- But occasionally a cardinal is not a bishop (e.g., Jesuit theologian Henri de Lubac, Jesuit theologian Avery Dulles and a few others).
- In Lyons, he met Father Henri de Lubac, whose theology underpinned the Second Vatican Council and who was made a cardinal in 1983 by Pope John Paul II.
- When created Cardinal, they become cardinal bishops, but without holding a suburbicarian see, and cannot elect the dean nor become dean.
- All the cardinals followed the pope, first the cardinal bishops, then the cardinal priests and last the cardinal deacons.
- On 30 November 2002, the Holy Father approved the election, by the order of cardinal bishops, as Dean of the College of Cardinals.
- Vesture and privileges The choir dress of a cardinal: red cassock, rochet trimmed with lace, red mozetta,and pectoral cross on cord.
- A cardinal wears a scarlet cassock with scarlet trim, pectoral cross on a red and gold cord and a red mozzetta over the rochet, with a red zucchetto.
- Excluding the rochet, which is always white, a cardinal wears scarlet garments when in choir, including the cassock, mozzetta, zucchetto, and biretta.
- Nicholas of Cusa (1401 – August 11, 1464) was a cardinal of the Catholic Church, a philosopher, a mathematician, and an astronomer.
- Nicholas of Cusa was ordained in 1440 and was a cardinal in Brixon (now Bressanone) and in 1450 became bishop there.
- Nicholas of Cusa studied at both Heidelberg and Padua, where he earned a law degree in 1423, but in 1430 he entered the church, becoming a cardinal in 1448.
- After ten years' standing as a Cardinal Deacon, he opted for order of Cardinal Priests (assuming the titular church of S. Sabina) on January 29, 1996.
- Even the form "the Cardinal Archbishop and Bishops of the Catholic and Roman Church in England" was not approved.
- He returned to Italy in 1921 and became cardinal archbishop of Milan.
- Benelli continued in his capacity of Cardinal Archbishop of Florence until he died of a sudden heart attack in Florence, at age 61.
- And there's Cardinal Dionigi Tettamanzi, formerly cardinal of Genoa, who was appointed to the Archdiocese of Milan by John Paul.
- After an apprenticeship in Milan, he went to Rome in 1590, where he won the patronage of a cardinal.
- He was made cardinal and archbishop of Milan by Pope Lucius III (1181–85), whom he succeeded on (November 25, 1185).
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