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Jean-Marie Cardinal Villot

Deceased

Secretary of State

Cardinal-Bishop of Frascati

Chamberlain (Camerlengo) of the Apostolic Chamber


Events

DateAgeEventTitle
11 Oct 1905BornSaint-Amant-Tallende
19 Apr 193024.5Ordained PriestPriest of Lyon (-Vienne), France
2 Sep 195448.9AppointedAuxiliary Bishop of Paris, France
2 Sep 195448.9AppointedTitular Bishop of Vinda
12 Oct 195449.0Ordained BishopTitular Bishop of Vinda
17 Dec 195954.2AppointedCoadjutor Archbishop of Lyon (-Vienne), France
17 Dec 195954.2AppointedTitular Archbishop of Bosporus
17 Jan 196559.3SucceededArchbishop of Lyon (-Vienne), France
22 Feb 196559.4Elevated to Cardinal
22 Feb 196559.4AppointedCardinal-Priest of Santissima Trinità al Monte Pincio
7 Apr 196761.5AppointedPrefect of the Congregation of the Council
2 May 196963.6AppointedSecretary of State
16 Oct 197065.0AppointedChamberlain (Camerlengo) of the Apostolic Chamber
15 Jul 197165.8AppointedPresident of the Pontifical Council “Cor Unum”
12 Dec 197469.2AppointedCardinal-Bishop of Frascati
4 Sep 197872.9ResignedPresident of the Pontifical Council “Cor Unum”
9 Mar 197973.4DiedSecretary of State

MicroData Summary for Jean-Marie Villot:
Cardinal Jean-Marie Villot (born , died ) Secretary of State

  • a priest for 48.9 years
  • a bishop for 24.4 years
  • a cardinal for 14.0 years
Episcopal Lineage / Apostolic Succession:

Source(s):
  • c2+: LC

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