Synonyms for camillo_ruini or Related words with camillo_ruini

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Examples of "camillo_ruini"
Cardinal Camillo Ruini, Vicar General of His Holiness for the city of Rome, appointed Bishop Camaldo:
He is considered to be conservative in his views and a theological ally of his predecessor in the CEI, Cardinal Camillo Ruini.
It was built between the twentieth and twenty-first century on Sbardella the architect and was consecrated 17 March 2001 by Cardinal Camillo Ruini.
The newspaper belongs to the Italian Episcopal Conference. According to journalist Sandro Magister, it follows the doctrinal line of Cardinal Camillo Ruini.
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.
Prodi married Flavia Franzoni in 1969. He was married by Camillo Ruini, now a well-known cardinal. They have two sons, Giorgio and Antonio. He and his family still live in Bologna.
He was appointed an Auxiliary Bishop of Rome and at the same time Titular Bishop of Vicohabentia on 3 July 1998 and was later consecrated by Cardinal Camillo Ruini.
The laying of the sacred stone of the building took place in 1988; the construction work was completed in 1995, and on December 10 of that year the new church was consecrated by Cardinal Vicar Camillo Ruini.
At Don Santoro's funeral at the Basilica of St. John Lateran, Cardinal Camillo Ruini, the vicar of the Diocese of Rome, mentioned in his homily that the possible beatification process for Don Santoro may be opened after February 2011.
On 17 March 2010, the Holy See announced that, at the request of the bishops of Bosnia Herzegovina, it had established a commission, headed by Cardinal Camillo Ruini, to examine the Medjugorje phenomenon.
Camillo Ruini (; born 19 February 1931) is an Italian cardinal of the Catholic Church. He served as Vicar General of the Diocese of Rome from 1991 to 2008 . He was elevated to the cardinalate in 1991.
An application to commence beatification proceedings were lodged to the Holy See on 10 July 2006 and received the approval of Cardinal Camillo Ruini (Vicar of Rome) who transferred the request to the Congregation for the Causes of Saints. The Congregation - on 24 February 2007 - approved the opening of the cause responding to the call of the Ligurian bishops.
After attending law school, he entered the Almo Collegio Capranica and was ordained a priest on 18 September 1993 for the diocese of Rome by Cardinal Camillo Ruini. He earned a degree in theology and a doctorate in Canon Law. After serving in the Parish of Santa Maria Mater Ecclesiae al Torrino in Rome, he became a student at the Pontifical Ecclesiastical Academy.
In 2007, the 15-year diocesan phase in the process of his beatification was completed and on that occasion, Cardinal Camillo Ruini, Vicar General of the Diocese of Rome, called him "a contemplative monk and untiring apostle in responding to the needs of his time". He was then declared Venerable by Pope John Paul II.
The beatification was celebrated on 3 May 2008 in the Basilica of Saint John Lateran in Rome. Cardinal José Saraiva Martins presided over the celebration on the behalf of Benedict XVI. Other significant individuals - such as Cardinal Camillo Ruini - were in attendance.
On 4 March 2000 Pope John Paul II appointed him bishop of Terni-Narni-Amelia. He received episcopal consecration in Rome at the Cathedral of St. John Lateran from Cardinal Camillo Ruini as Cardinal Vicar, on 2 April and took possession of the diocese on 16 April.
The airline has also been contracted by the Holy See of the Vatican to fly Pilgrims to holy sites such as Lourdes, Fátima, Santiago de Compostela, Medjugorje across Mostar, Israel (Holy Land), Poland and Mexico. The first flight went from Rome to Lourdes on 27 August 2007 transporting the vicar of Rome, Cardinal Camillo Ruini.
On 7 March 2007, Benedict XVI selected Bagnasco to succeed Camillo Ruini as President of the Italian Episcopal Conference for a five-year term. "The choice is a compromise between two of Benedict's two most influential policy-movers—Bagnasco is a confirmed Ruini-ite, 'but Bertone likes him,' as one op put it."
In the spring of 2005 Pope Benedict opposed a referendum in Italy, which aimed at liberalising a restrictive law about artificial insemination and embryonic stem cell research. This was the first direct intervention in Italian politics since the collapse of the Democrazia Cristiana party. The most active person inside the Church was Cardinal Camillo Ruini, but Benedict XVI gave him clear support.
The church is home parish, erected 28 May 1965 with the decree of the Cardinal Vicar Luigi Traglia "Neminem fugit", and entrusted to the secular priests of the Institute of Sodales Priests. Originally the parish was dedicated to St. Mary of the Purification: 2 December 1996 by decree of Cardinal Camillo Ruini has assumed its current name.