Synonyms for herranz or Related words with herranz

carretero              herraiz              arribas              boix              guijarro              barrero              ayuso              asensi              collado              garca              carracedo              bellido              arranz              gavira              herreros              piqueras              snchez              pallares              gonzlez              alkorta              vilaseca              colomer              vilalta              morillas              sinisterra              rebollo              cangiano              ibarrola              merchan              diago              casero              sabate              gutirrez              garzon              herrero              sanchis              vzquez              lahoz              carrascosa              barbero              henriquez              mellado              ballesta              moliner              planas              pastorino              serratosa              meseguer              codina              ferreras             



Examples of "herranz"
María Esther Herranz García (born 3 July 1969 in Logroño)
Antonio López Herranz (4 May 1913 – 29 September 1959) was a football striker and manager.
On 22 April 2010, Merino Delgado was replaced by Sara Dueñas Herranz
According to Vatican journalist Sandro Magister, by the end of 2004, Herranz Casado was "constantly gaining influence" in the internal affairs of the Vatican. Along with Joseph Ratzinger, Angelo Sodano, and the Pope's private secretary, Archbishop Stanisław Dziwisz, Herranz Casado is believed to have been largely responsible for leading the Curia at times when the Pope was incapacitated by illness. Herranz finds conspiracy theories about Opus Dei particularly offensive, claiming that it has "no hidden agenda. The only policy is the message of Christ".
During the pontificate of John Paul II, two members of Opus Dei, Juan Luis Cipriani Thorne and Julián Herranz Casado, were made cardinals.
López Herranz returned to Mexico at the start of World War II, and definitely settled there. He started working with Club León.
Javier Fernández Herranz (born 2 June 1991), known as Javi Navas, is a Spanish footballer who plays for CD Izarra as a midfielder.
José María Izuzquiza Herranz (November 22, 1925 – April 26, 2011) was the Roman Catholic bishop of the Apostolic Vicariate of Jaén en Peru, Peru.
Born in Madrid, Spain, Izuzquiza Herranz was ordained to the priesthood for the Society of Jesus in 1958. In 1987 he was appointed bishop retiring in 2001.
Juan Luis Cipriani Thorne (born 28 December 1943) is a Cardinal Priest and Archbishop of Lima in the Roman Catholic Church. He is one of two cardinals who are members of Opus Dei, the other being Julián Herranz Casado.
Cubda survives today as a titular bishopric of the Roman Catholic Church, and the current bishop is Efraín Mendoza Cruz, of Mexico, who replaced Jose Maria Izuzquiza Herranz in 2011.
Celebrations were staged in 1966 to mark the 600th anniversary of the founding of the town. As part of these celebrations a statue of Count Tello, made by local sculptor Agustín Herranz, was set up in the Fueros square.
López Herranz was head coach of the Mexican national side in two FIFA World Cups, 1954 and 1958. The team only managed to collect one point both tournaments combined, with the subsequent group stage eliminations.
In addition to his duties at the Labour Office, on 11 May 2010 he was appointed president of the Disciplinary Commission of the Roman Curia replacing Cardinal Julián Herranz Casado.
López Herranz died in Los Angeles, United States on 29 September 1959, due to severe respiratory problems which even required the insertion of an artificial lung. He was 46 years old.
Upon the death of John Paul II on 2 April 2005, Cardinal Herranz Casado and all major Vatican officials automatically lost their positions during the sede vacante. Herranz Casado was later confirmed as president of Legislative Texts by Pope Benedict XVI on the following 21 April. He was one of the cardinal electors in the 2005 papal conclave yet was not generally considered a strong candidate for the papacy himself; instead, he was described as a highly influential insider, potentially playing the role of a "kingmaker" at the conclave. It has been reported that, both before and after Pope John Paul's death, Herranz convened meetings of cardinals at a villa in Grottarossa, a suburb of Rome.
One year later Ángels Barceló and Montserrat Domínguez both left Telecinco. Juan Pedro Valentín temporaly replaced Barceló with Alejandra Herranz and Ángeles Blanco. Álvaro Rivas and Lucía Rodil take over the mornings. Ana Rodríguez on overnights and Vicente Vallés returned to "La Mirada Crítica".
One of two cardinals – along with Juan Luis Cipriani Thorne – who belong to Opus Dei, Herranz Casado is the organisation's highest-ranking member in the Church's hierarchy. He is also considered one of the foremost experts in canon law, and to have been one of the Vatican's most influential figures during the period shortly before the death of Pope John Paul II.
In March 2012 Pope Benedict XVI established a Commission of Cardinals to investigate leaks of reserved and confidential documents on television, in newspapers, and in other communications media (in what is known as the Vatileaks scandal). It first met on Tuesday, 24 April 2012. Cardinal Herranz served as the Chair, and was accompanied by Cardinals Jozef Tomko and Salvatore De Giorgi.
Pope Benedict XVI established a Commission of Cardinals to investigate recent leaks of reserved and confidential documents on television, in newspapers, and in other communications media. It first met on Tuesday, 24 April 2012. Cardinal Herranz serves as the Chair; the other members are Cardinals Tomko and Salvatore De Giorgi.