Synonyms for angelo_sodano or Related words with angelo_sodano

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Examples of "angelo_sodano"
Cardinal Angelo Sodano, Dean of the College of Cardinals
Cardinal Angelo Sodano, as the senior cardinal-bishop, formally presented the Ring of the Fisherman to the Pope.
Internal division became public, with Christoph Cardinal Schönborn accusing Cardinal Angelo Sodano of blocking Ratzinger's investigation of a high-profile case in the mid 1990s.
Another important use of the term within the Catholic Church is in the office of the Dean of the College of Cardinals, who serves as senior member of that body. Cardinal Angelo Sodano is the current dean.
He was consecrated bishop on 6 September 2006 by Cardinal Secretary of State Angelo Sodano. That same day he was appointed Apostolic Delegate to Lesotho. On 23 September 2006 he was appointed Apostolic Delegate to Swaziland.
Cardinal Ratzinger, as Dean of the College of Cardinals, was first to go forward, followed by the Vice Dean, Angelo Sodano; and the other cardinals in order of seniority.
He died in Rome on 16 April 2010; his funeral in Rome was to be presided over by Angelo Sodano, Dean of the Sacred College of Cardinals, and Pope Benedict XVI himself was to celebrate the rites of final commendation.
The compendium is divided into three parts, with twelve chapters, an introduction and a conclusion, a letter by Secretary of State Angelo Sodano, and abbreviations for books of the Bible and church documents it references.
Nevertheless, in a 2009 interview with "Le Monde", Küng deeply criticised the lifting of the excommunications on the bishops of the Society of Saint Pius X. The interview drew a rebuke from Cardinal Angelo Sodano.
On 29 August 2008, the new church was consecrated during a ceremony led by the Dean of the College of Cardinals, Angelo Sodano, in the presence of the Bishop Clemens Pickel, the Apostolic Nuncio Antonio Mennini, and other leaders.
On 8 July 2000, he was appointed Titular Archbishop of "Ferentium" by Pope John Paul II. Mennini received his episcopal consecration on 12 September from Cardinal Angelo Sodano, with Cardinals Camillo Ruini and Jean-Louis Tauran serving as co-consecrators.
Mons. Peña Parra received the consecration on 5 February 2011 by the laying on of hands from Pope Benedict XVI, with co-consecrant cardinals Angelo Sodano and Tarcisio Bertone.
Cardinal Cheli died on 8 February 2013 of natural causes, at the age of 94. His funeral was held on 9 February at St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City with Cardinal Angelo Sodano giving the Mass.
Presiding over the conclave was the Dean of the College of Cardinals, Cardinal Ratzinger from Germany. Given that Ratzinger himself was elected Pope, the duty of asking if he would accept the election and what name he would adopt (duties normally performed by the Dean) fell, in accordance with the Apostolic Constitution "Universi Dominici gregis", to the vice-dean Angelo Sodano.
Following a four-week hospitalization, Cardinal López Trujillo died on 19 April 2008 in Rome, aged 72, due to a respiratory infection arising as a complication of diabetes. His funeral Mass was held on 23 April 2008 in St. Peter's Basilica. Cardinal Angelo Sodano was principal celebrant of the Mass, and Pope Benedict XVI delivered the homily and performed the final absolution.
On 18 May 2002, Pope John Paul II appointed him Titular Archbishop of Sagona and Apostolic Nuncio to Sudan and Apostolic Delegate to Somalia. He received episcopal consecration from Cardinal Secretary of State Angelo Sodano on 3 July 2002. On 19 February 2004, he was also appointed Apostolic Nuncio to Eritrea, and Somalia was removed from his remit.
On April 7, 1992, he was appointed Titular Bishop of "Maura" and an Auxiliary Bishop of Rome. Dieci received his episcopal consecration on the following April 26 from Pope John Paul II himself, with Cardinals Franciszek Macharski and Angelo Sodano serving as co-consecrators.
In 1985 he became Cardinal Bishop of the suburbicarian diocese of Porto-Santa-Rufina, and in 1990 he retired as Secretary of State, being succeeded by Angelo Sodano. He was Vice-Dean of the College of Cardinals from 1993 until his 1998 death of cardiorespiratory disease.
Szoka was one of the cardinal electors who participated in the 2005 papal conclave that selected Pope Benedict XVI. As Governor of the Vatican, it fell to Szoka, along with Secretary of State Angelo Sodano and Camerlengo Eduardo Martínez Somalo, to prepare for the cardinal electors' housing at the "Domus Sanctae Marthae".
On 13 April 2006 Pope Benedict XVI appointed him Apostolic Nuncio to Indonesia and Titular Archbishop of "Capreae". He was consecrated bishop on 17 June, with Cardinal Angelo Sodano as principal consecrator. On 10 October 2006 he was appointed Apostolic Nuncio to Timor-Leste in addition to his duties as Apostolic Nuncio to Indonesia.