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Examples of "angelo_scola"
Cardinal Archbishop Angelo Scola, Archbishop of Milan
It is the birthplace of Angelo Scola (born 7 November 1941), a Cardinal of the Catholic Church, philosopher, and theologist.
Recently, the city of Caorle gave honorary citizenship to Rigoberta Menchú Tum (Nobel Peace Prize) and to Cardinal Angelo Scola, Patriarch of Venice.
The Cardinal Priest of the "Titulus XII Apostolorum" is Angelo Scola. Among the previous Cardinal Priests are Pope Clement XIV, whose tomb by Canova is in the basilica, and Henry Benedict Stuart.
Born in 2004 as a center of Studies based on an idea of Cardinal Angelo Scola, Oasis International Foundation constituted itself as an international Foundation in 2009. Its goal is to promote mutual knowledge and understanding between Christians and Muslims, with special focus on the reality of Christian minorities in predominantly Muslim countries.
As prefect for the Congregation of Bishops, Ouellet plays a primary role in the selection of new archbishops and bishops around the world. Bishops appointed during his term have generally been seen as theologians and defenders of the faith. Bishops appointed during his term include: Angelo Scola, Charles J. Chaput, Luis Antonio Tagle, and Charles Morerod.
On 5 January 2008 Pope Benedict XVI appointed him Auxiliary bishop of Venice and Titular Bishop of Aemona. He was consecrated by Cardinal Angelo Scola, Patriarch of Venice with Patriarch Emeritus Cardinal Marco Cé and Eugenio Ravignani, Bishop of Trieste, as co-consecrators.
Among the speakers that have been protagonists in Crossroads events, there are Peter Beinart, Dana Gioia, Michael Novak, Anne Krueger, Paula Zahn, Paul Berman, Richard John Neuhaus, Edward Egan, Angelo Scola, Carl Anderson, Joel Meyerowitz, Seyyed Hossein Nasr, John L. Allen, Jr., George Weigel, Tony Hendra, Samuel Alito, Hendrik Hertzberg, Marcello Pera, Roger Scruton and Mary Ann Glendon.
Angelo Scola () (born 7 November 1941) is an Italian Cardinal of the Catholic Church, philosopher and theologian. He was appointed Archbishop of Milan by Pope Benedict XVI on 28 June 2011. He had served as Patriarch of Venice from 2002 to 2011. He was elevated to the cardinalate in 2003.
Severino studied at the University of Pavia under Gustavo Bontadini, though he broke publicly from Bontadini in 1970 while both were members of faculty of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan. A student of his as a young man at the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore was Cardinal Angelo Scola, now Archbishop of Milan.
The solemn opening took place on April 24, 2004 in the presence of Cardinal Angelo Sodano, Angelo Scola the Cardinal Patriarch of Venice, Marco Cé the Patriarch Emeritus, and Javier Echevarría, prelate of Opus Dei and Grand Chancellor of the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross.
In 2006 archbishop Dionigi Tettamanzi named him in charge for one zone of the archdiocese and in 2012 the newly appointed archbishop Angelo Scola named him vicar general of the archdiocese.In 2007 pope Benedict XVI named him titular bishop of Stephaniacum.
The idea for a Council for the New Evangelisation was first floated by Father Luigi Giussani, founder of the Communion and Liberation movement, in the early 1980s. Pope John Paul II emphasized the universal call to holiness and called Catholics to engage in the New Evangelization. More recently, Cardinal Angelo Scola of Venice presented the idea to Benedict XVI.
The Studium Generale Marcianum, headquartered in the area of the basilica of Santa Maria della Salute, was established in 2004 by Cardinal Angelo Scola, current Archbishop of Milan, the Patriarch of Venice from 2004 to 2011. The Studium contains various institutions ranging from elementary, primary and secondary schools, to a theological faculty, and extending to postgraduate research.
Milan Cathedral ( ; Lombard: "" ) is the cathedral church of Milan, Italy. Dedicated to St Mary of the Nativity ("Santa Maria Nascente"), it is the seat of the Archbishop of Milan, currently Cardinal Angelo Scola. The Gothic cathedral took nearly six centuries to complete. It is the largest church in Italy (the larger St. Peter's Basilica is in the State of Vatican City) and the fifth largest in the world.
Gustavo Bontadini (27 March 1903 in Milan-12 April 1990) was an Italian philosopher, writer, and a teacher. He was born in Milan and died in 1990, aged 87. Bontadini was also a influential representative known for Neo-Scholasticism in the 20th century. From 1951 to 1973, he became a professor of Theoretical philosophy in the Catholic university in Milan. He was also a teacher of Emanuele Severino, Angelo Scola and other Italian people.
On August 26, 2014, Pope Francis appointed him as the new Bishop of Lodi; He was consecrated on October 11, 2014, by Cardinal Leonardo Sandri in St. Peter's Basilica and installed in Lodi on October 26 following, welcome and proclaimed bishop from cardinal Angelo Scola. The solemn liturgy is celebrated by quite all the priests of the diocese, the cathedral chapter, by cardinal Leonardo Sandri, and several bishops, including Giacomo Capuzzi, Nino Staffieri, Diego Coletti and Claudio Baggini.
As of September 2012, the current Metropolitan Archbishop of Milan is Cardinal Angelo Scola, who has been serving since his appointment by Pope Benedict XVI on June 11, 2011, having served previously as the Cardinal Patriarch of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Venice in Venice, Italy. Cardinal Scola had succeeded the retiring Cardinal Dionigi Tettamanzi, who had been in office since 2002 and had been a possible papabile.
The Institute's governance is, as a pontifical school, largely made up of Roman Catholic hierarchy. The Grand Chancellor is the Cardinal Vicar of the Diocese of Rome, currently Agostino Vallini. The Vice-Chancellor of each session is the ordinary of the diocese in which it is located. The first two presidents of the Institute, Carlo Caffarra and Angelo Scola, were later made cardinals. Further, the Institute has close relations with the Pontifical Council for the Family.
In March 2009, as required upon reaching the age of 75, he submitted his resignation. Pope Benedict XVI did not accept the resignation at that time and it was believed that Tettamanzi would not leave his post in the next two years. Pope Benedict accepted Cardinal Tettamanzi's resignation on the 54th anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood and appointed Angelo Scola, until then Cardinal Patriarch of Venice, as his successor. Since his resignation Tettamanzi has lived in Triuggio.