Synonyms for gian_francesco_albani or Related words with gian_francesco_albani

ulderico_carpegna              marzio_ginetti              leonardo_antonelli              francesco_del_giudice              marcello_lante              cesare_facchinetti              calini              elia_dalla_costa              chiarlo              costantino_patrizi_naro              tolomeo_gallio              francesco_marchisano              flavio_chigi              maria_della_somaglia              enrico_caetani              ludovico_madruzzo              luigi_lambruschini              pietro_fumasoni_biondi              paracciani              clemente_micara              nicola_canali              fabrizio_spada              delle_lanze              francesco_pisani              girolamo_bernerio              gaetano_bisleti              scipione_gonzaga              oliviero_carafa              alfonso_gesualdo              aloisi_masella              carlo_odescalchi              filippo_boncompagni              carlo_furno              silvio_valenti_gonzaga              di_paola_cassetta              sermattei              vincenzo_vannutelli              ugo_poletti              giovanni_urbani              clarelli              tarugi              antonio_agliardi              michele_bonelli              baldeschi              angelo_felici              sclafenati              giovanni_francesco_commendone              girolamo_grimaldi              giuseppe_spinelli              mirto_frangipani             



Examples of "gian_francesco_albani"
Gian Francesco Albani (26 February 1720 – 15 September 1803) was a Roman Catholic Cardinal. He was a member of the Albani family.
Cardinal Braschi was elected to the pontificate on 15 February 1775 and took the pontifical name of "Pius VI". He was consecrated into the episcopate on 22 February 1775 by Cardinal Gian Francesco Albani and was crowned that same day by the Cardinal Protodeacon Alessandro Albani.
On February 15, 1775, after 134 days of deliberation, in the 265th ballot, Cardinal Giovanni Angelo Braschi was elected to the papacy receiving all votes except his own, which, according to custom, he gave to Gian Francesco Albani, dean of the Sacred College of Cardinals. He took the name of Pius VI, in honour of St. Pius V.
On February 22, 1775 the Pope-elect was consecrated bishop of Rome by Cardinal Dean Gian Francesco Albani, bishop of Porto e Santa Rufina, assisted by Sub-dean Henry Benedict Stuart, bishop of Frascati, and Camerlengo Carlo Rezzonico, bishop of Sabina. On the same day he was also solemnly crowned by Cardinal Alessandro Albani, protodeacon of S. Maria in Via Lata.
On May 28 the new pope was consecrated to the episcopate by Cardinal Federico Marcello Lante, bishop of Porto e Santa Rufina and sub-dean of the Sacred College of Cardinals, assisted by Cardinals Gian Francesco Albani, bishop of Sabina and Henry Benedict Stuart, bishop of Frascati. On June 4 he was solemnly crowned by Cardinal Alessandro Albani, protodeacon of S. Maria in Via Lata
In the same time "Zelanti", also began to incline to give their support to Ganganelli, looking upon him as indifferent or even favourable to the Jesuits. It seems that the attitude of "Zelanti" was decided by the secret negotiations between their leaders Alessandro and Gian Francesco Albani and the Spanish cardinals. Cardinal de Bernis, the nominal leader of the court faction, probably did not play any role in the appointment of Ganganelli and only followed the instructions of Marquis d'Aubeterre when all had been already known.
The leader of "Zelanti" was Cardinal Marcantonio Colonna. The other representatives of this faction were Giovanni Battista Rezzonico, his relative Carlo Rezzonico, who occupied the important office of the camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church, Gian Francesco Albani, dean of the College of Cardinals, and Alessandro Albani, archdeacon of the College. The Rezzonichi represented the radical wing of this faction, while the Albanis and Colonna represented the moderate wing. Among the anti-Jesuit cardinals the main leader was Cardinal de Bernis, ambassador of Louis XVI of France. The interests of Charles III of Spain were represented by Cardona, interests of Ferdinand III of Sicily/Ferdinand IV of Naples by Orsini, while those of Maria Theresa of Austria and her son Joseph II, Holy Roman Emperor were under the care of Migazzi and Corsini. Also very influential was Cardinal Giraud, former nuncio in France. Several cardinals were not counted among the members of these factions.