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Clemente Cardinal Micara

Deceased

Vicar General of Roma {Rome}

Cardinal-Priest of Santa Maria sopra Minerva

Cardinal-Bishop of Velletri


Events

DateAgeEventTitle
24 Dec 1879BornFrascati
20 Sep 190222.7Ordained PriestPriest of Roma {Rome}, Italy
7 May 192040.4AppointedTitular Archbishop of Apamea in Syria
7 May 192040.4AppointedApostolic Nuncio to Czechoslovakia
8 Aug 192040.6Ordained BishopTitular Archbishop of Apamea in Syria
30 May 192343.4AppointedApostolic Nuncio to Belgium
30 May 192343.4AppointedApostolic Internuncio to Luxembourg
18 Feb 194666.2Elevated to Cardinal
18 Feb 194666.2ResignedApostolic Internuncio to Luxembourg
22 Feb 194666.2AppointedCardinal-Priest of Santa Maria sopra Minerva
13 Jun 194666.5AppointedCardinal-Bishop of Velletri
11 Nov 195070.9AppointedPro-Prefect of the Congregation of Rites
26 Jan 195171.1AppointedVicar General of Roma {Rome}, Italy
17 Jan 195373.1ResignedPro-Prefect of the Congregation of Rites
11 Mar 196585.2DiedPro-Prefect Emeritus of the Congregation of Rites

MicroData Summary for Clemente Micara:
Cardinal Clemente Micara (born , died ) Vicar General of Roma {Rome}

  • a priest for 62.5 years
  • a bishop for 44.6 years
  • a cardinal for 19.1 years
Episcopal Lineage / Apostolic Succession:

Source(s):
  • b: Hierarchia Catholica Medii et Recentioris Aevi, Volume 9, Page 60
  • b: The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church
  • b/c2+: Revue des Ordinations Épiscopales, Issue 1920, Number 47

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