The 13 Cardinals To Be Created, By Pope Francis, At The November 28, 2020, Consistory — By Br. César J. Tobón, L.C.

by Anura Guruge

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Another incomparably informative & beautiful consistory graphic by the remarkably talented & devout Br. César J. Tobón of Colombia who has provided us with a similar, and much appreciated, graphics ahead of other cardinal creating consistories and whenever there has been major changes to the Roman curia. His beautiful work is always a joy to behold and an honor to present.

Here is a link to the official Vatican announcement. That will help with the names and titles:

From the Vatican announcement. Click to ENLARGE & study.

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by Anura Guruge

9 thoughts on “The 13 Cardinals To Be Created, By Pope Francis, At The November 28, 2020, Consistory — By Br. César J. Tobón, L.C.

  1. prospero

    The appearance of Fr. Raniero Cantalamessa, who belongs to the Capuchin order and is the only non-bishop among the new cardinals, was quite unusual today – as can be seen here

    In 1967 new clothing regulations for cardinals were issued and in this context it was stated that there will be no longer any differences in the clothing of ordinary clergy and members of religious orders.
    A few days ago Fr. Cantalamessa stated that he had asked Pope Francis not to be ordained bishop and thus to remain a simple member of his order.

  2. prospero

    As you certainly know actually there are three cardinals who before created cardinals were not consecrated bishops – these are Albert Vanhoye from Belgium, Ernest Simoni from Albania and now the Italian Raniero Cantalamessa.
    Concerning Cantalamessa´s clothing I was pleasantly surprised that refusing to wear the red cassock he followed to a certain extent the cardinals “old” dress code which may be interpreted as sign of his individualism.

  3. prospero

    To add the following cardinals

    Karl Josef Becker created Feb 18, 2012
    Ernesto Simoni created Nov 19, 2016
    Raniero Cantalamessa Nov 28, 2020


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