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Examples of "serafino_vannutelli"
Serafino Vannutelli JUD (26 November 1834 – 19 August 1917) was an Italian Cardinal.
At the conclave of 1903, which elected Cardinal Sarto (Pope Pius X), it was understood that Cardinal Serafino Vannutelli was the candidate of the Triple Alliance. He was the brother of Cardinal Vincenzo Vannutelli, who was made Cardinal in 1889.
For the first six months of 1893 he served as Archbishop of Bologna until he was appointed Major Penitentiary. Serafino Vannutelli was created Cardinal-Priest of "S. Girolamo dei Croati degli Schiavoni" in 1887. From 1899 until his death in 1917 he was Major Penitentiary of Apostolic Penitentiary.
He went to North America to become auditor to the Nuncio at the Court of Maximilian in Mexico, and apostolic delegate to Ecuador, Peru, Colombia, and Central America. He was made Papal Nuncio to Brussels in 1875. His stay in Brussels stopped abruptly when Belgian government broke off the diplomatic relations with the Holy See on 28 June 1880. Still in the same year, Serafino Vannutelli became Papal Nuncio to Vienna.
On April 16, 1900, Serafini was appointed Archbishop of Spoleto by Pope Leo XIII. He received his episcopal consecration on the following May 6 from Cardinal Serafino Vannutelli, with Archbishops Casimiro Gennari and Tommaso Granello, OP serving as co-consecrators. Serafini was later named Apostolic Delegate to Mexico on January 4, 1904, assessor of the Supreme Congregation of the Holy Office on November 30, 1911, and Titular Bishop of "Seleucia Pieria" on March 2, 1912.
The Beatification ceremony was held on April 18, 1909, presided by Cardinals Sebastiano Martinelli and Mariano Rampolla. Bishop Stanislas Touchet performed the Mass. Cardinals Serafino Vannutelli, Pierre Andrieu, Louis Luçon, Coullié, Girolamo Maria Gotti, José Calassanç Vives y Tuto, then-Monsignor Rafael Merry del Val, Bishop John Patrick Farrelly, Bishop Thomas Kennedy, Monsignor Robert Seton, Count Giulio Porro-Lambertenghi (grandson of Luigi Porro Lambertenghi) with tribunes from The Knights of Malta, The Duke of Alençon and The Duke of Vendôme, then-Archbishop William Henry O'Connell,
On 21 March 1908, Monsignor Canali was appointed Substitute for General Affairs, or deputy, of the Secretary of State. He was made a Domestic Prelate of His Holiness on the following 23 March, and later Secretary of the Sacred Congregation of Ceremonies on 24 September 1914. As Secretary, he served as the second-highest official of that dicastery, successively under the brother Cardinals Serafino Vannutelli and Vincenzo Vannutelli. Canali was named assessor of the Holy Office on 27 June 1926, and a Protonotary Apostolic on the following 15 September.
On March 27, 1884 he was appointed apostolic administrator of Banja Luka and Titular Bishop of Danaba. He received his episcopal consecration from Serafino Vannutelli, in Vienna on May 4, 1884. One month later he came to Banja Luka and in July 1884 he ordered the construction of the cathedral and the bishop's palace. The bishop did a great job for the Catholic Church in the Diocese of Banja Luka in the next ten years. From 1893 to 1903 nine churches and five chapels was built and number of Catholics increased from 36, 000 to 73, 200. During his ministry he founded 13 new parishes: Bosanska Kostajnica, Bosanski Novi, Mahovljani, Prijedor, Prnjavor, Ključ, Zelinovac (Krnjeuša), Novi Martinac, Miljevac, Rakovac, Devetina, Stara Dubrava and Bosanski Petrovac.
In 1880 he became a Titular Archbishop of Sardes and Apostolic Delegate to the Ottoman Empire and the Patriarch of Constantinople, and after further postings was named a cardinal "in pectore" in December 1889 and publicly announced in the consistory of 1890, becoming Cardinal-Priest of San Silvestro in Capite. His elevation was an exception to a rule in effect since 1586 barring the elevation of anyone whose brother was in the College of Cardinals, as Vincenzo's brother Serafino Vannutelli (1834–1915) had been elevated in 1887 and was still living. (Pope Leo XIII appointed his older brother Giuseppe Pecci a cardinal in 1879, but that was not a case of appointing the brother of a current cardinal.)
He was born in Genazzano, Diocese of Palestrina, Lazio, and was from the beginning of his life destined for a high position in the Catholic Church. He was the younger brother of Serafino Vannutelli, whose career he followed closely. Vincenzo studied at the pontifical universities, the Collegium Capranica and the Pontifical Gregorian University. Ordained a priest in 1860, he was never a pastor in his almost seventy years of priesthood: his career began as a faculty member in seminaries and continued in the Roman Curia. Most of his early career was in Roman and foreign postings of the Secretariat of State, aside from two years starting in 1878 when he was an Auditor of the Roman Rota.
Within the nunciature to Belgium, Rinaldini served as secretary from 1872 to 1880. He remained in Belgium as a "private agent" after the liberal cabinet of Prime Minister Walthère Frère-Orban broke diplomatic relations with the Holy See and the nuncio, Serafino Vannutelli, left for Rome. Rinaldini subsequently served as "chargé d'affaires" (1880–1885) and auditor) (1887) in the nunciature. Following his elevation to a protonotary apostolic "ad instar participantium", he was the Internuncio to the Netherlands from 1887 to 1893; Rinaldini also became Internuncio to Luxembourg in January 1891. He returned to his native Italy upon being made Substitute of the Vatican Secretariat of State on 31 May 1893 and remained in that position for three years.
After Bosnia Vilayet came under Austro-Hungarian rule in 1878, Pope Leo XIII restored the vilayet's church hierarchy. In "Ex hac augusta", his 5 July 1881 apostolic letter, Leo established a four-diocese ecclesiastical province in Bosnia and Herzegovina and abolished the previous apostolic vicariates. Sarajevo, formerly Vrhbosna, became the archdiocesan and metropolitan seat. Its suffragan dioceses became the new dioceses of Banja Luka and Mostar and the existing Diocese of Trebinje-Mrkan. Since the former Diocese of Duvno is within the Diocese of Mostar, the bishop of Mostar received the title of bishop of Mostar-Duvno to commemorate it. Although a cathedral chapter was immediately established in Vrhbosna, additional time was allowed for its establishment in other dioceses., bishop of Bosnia or Ðakovo and Srijem In a March 1881 letter to Viennese nuncio Serafino Vannutelli, bishop Josip Juraj Strossmayer wrote that the establishment of new dioceses was required; however, he opposed a metropolitan seat in Bosnia because it would not be affiliated with the Croatian Church.