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Antonio Cardinal Riberi

Deceased

Apostolic Nuncio Emeritus to Spain

Cardinal-Priest of San Girolamo della Carità


Events

DateAgeEventTitle
15 Jun 1897BornMontecarlo, Monaco
29 Jun 192225.0Ordained PriestPriest of Roma {Rome}, Italy
13 Aug 193437.1AppointedTitular Archbishop of Dara
24 Sep 193437.2AppointedApostolic Delegate to Africa for the Missions
28 Oct 193437.3Ordained BishopTitular Archbishop of Dara
193941.5AppointedOfficial of the Secretariat of State
6 Jul 194649.0AppointedApostolic Nuncio to China
195153.5ResignedApostolic Nuncio to China
19 Feb 195961.6AppointedApostolic Nuncio to Ireland
28 Apr 196264.8AppointedApostolic Nuncio to Spain
26 Jun 196770.0AppointedCardinal-Priest of San Girolamo della Carità
26 Jun 196770.0Elevated to Cardinal
26 Jun 196770.0ResignedApostolic Nuncio to Spain
16 Dec 196770.5DiedApostolic Nuncio Emeritus to Spain

MicroData Summary for Antonio Riberi
Antonio Cardinal Riberi (born , died ) Apostolic Nuncio Emeritus of Spain

  • a priest for 45.4 years
  • a bishop for 33.1 years
  • a cardinal for .4 years
Episcopal Lineage / Apostolic Succession:

Source(s):
  • c2+: LC
  • b/c2+: Revue des Ordinations Épiscopales, Issue 1934, Number 73

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