Synonyms for marco_cé or Related words with marco_cé

elia_dalla_costa              francesco_marchisano              aristide_rinaldini              giuseppe_spinelli              ulderico_carpegna              crescenzio_sepe              agostino_vallini              antonio_agliardi              girolamo_grimaldi              carlo_furno              costantino_patrizi_naro              giovanni_urbani              darío_castrillón_hoyos              nicola_canali              julián_herranz_casado              ugo_poletti              tolomeo_gallio              leonardo_antonelli              marzio_ginetti              pellegrinetti              jorge_medina_estévez              oliviero_carafa              gian_francesco_albani              angelo_felici              alfonso_gesualdo              francesco_del_giudice              clemente_micara              beniamino_stella              silvio_valenti_gonzaga              sebastiano_baggio              clarelli              cesare_facchinetti              basilio_pompilj              enrico_caetani              innocenzo_cibo              città_ducale              aloisi_masella              cadolini              adeodato_giovanni_piazza              fabrizio_spada              parracciani              dionigi_tettamanzi              vincenzo_vannutelli              acerenza_matera              marcello_lante              gaetano_bisleti              carlo_odescalchi              agnelo_rossi              pietro_respighi              filomarini             

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Marco (; 8 July 1925 – 12 May 2014) was an Italian cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as the Patriarch of Venice from 1978 to 2002 and was elevated to the cardinalate in 1979.
Giuseppe Carraro died on 30 December 1980. Cardinal Marco - the Patriarch of Venice - celebrated his funeral and said: "We have lost a brother, full of spiritual wisdom and pastoral experience, but we have been given an intercessor in heaven".
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 and Eugenio Ravignani, Bishop of Trieste, as co-consecrators.
Marco was born in Izano in 1925 to a family of farmers. He studied at the seminary in Crema and later at the Lodi lyceum and at both the Pontifical Gregorian University and the Pontifical Biblical Institute in Rome. From the Gregorian he obtained a doctorate in dogmatic theology and a licentiate in Sacred Scripture.
The solemn opening took place on April 24, 2004 in the presence of Cardinal Angelo Sodano, Angelo Scola the Cardinal Patriarch of Venice, Marco the Patriarch Emeritus, and Javier Echevarría, prelate of Opus Dei and Grand Chancellor of the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross.
Today the Bishopric of Vulturia survives as titular see and since 1933 has had six bishops. The current titular bishop is Rodrigo Mejía Saldarriaga, former apostolic vicar of Soddo who replaced Paolo Romeo in 2006. Other bishops of Vultura include Francesco Imberti (5 Sep 1966 Appointed - 27 Jan 1967) and Marco (22 Apr 1970 - 7 Dec 1978).
Pope John Paul II elevated him into the cardinalate on 30 June 1979 as the Cardinal-Priest of San Marco. resigned as the head of his patriarchate on 5 January 2002. He was also one of the cardinal electors who participated in the 2005 papal conclave that saw the election of Pope Benedict XVI. In 2006, he was invited by Pope Benedict XVI to preach the Lenten spiritual exercises to him and the Roman Curia.
The beatification process commenced on 6 March 1981 under Pope John Paul II and Passi became titled as a Servant of God; Cardinal Marco inaugurated the cognitional process in Venice on 10 May 1982 and this process later concluded on 9 November 1983 while the Congregation for the Causes of Saints later validated this process on 10 April 1986. The C.C.S. received the Positio from the postulation in 1996 with historians first assessing and approving the cause on 24 November 1998. Theologians approved this on 8 November 2005 as did the C.C.S. on 15 May 2007; Pope Benedict XVI named the late priest as Venerable on 6 July 2007 after confirming his heroic virtue.