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Antonio María Cardinal Cascajares y Azara

Deceased

Archbishop of Zaragoza

Cardinal-Priest of Sant’Agostino


Events

DateAgeEventTitle
2 Mar 1834BornCalanda
23 Feb 186126.9Ordained PriestPriest of Zaragoza, Spain
27 Mar 188248.0AppointedPrelate of Ciudad Real, Spain
27 Mar 188248.0AppointedTitular Bishop of Dora
4 Jun 188248.2Ordained BishopTitular Bishop of Dora
27 Mar 188450.0AppointedBishop of Calahorra y La Calzada, Spain
14 Dec 189157.7SelectedArchbishop of Valladolid, Spain
17 Dec 189157.7ConfirmedArchbishop of Valladolid, Spain
7 Apr 189258.0InstalledArchbishop of Valladolid, Spain
29 Nov 189561.7Elevated to Cardinal
25 Jun 189662.3AppointedCardinal-Priest of Sant’Eusebio
24 Mar 189864.0AppointedCardinal-Priest of Sant’Agostino
18 Apr 190167.1AppointedArchbishop of Zaragoza, Spain
27 Jul 190167.4DiedArchbishop of Zaragoza, Spain

MicroData Summary for Antonio María Cascajares y Azara:
Antonio María Cardinal Cascajares y Azara (born , died ) Archbishop of Zaragoza

  • a priest for 40.4 years
  • a bishop for 19.1 years
  • a cardinal for 5.6 years
Episcopal Lineage / Apostolic Succession:

Source(s):
  • b: Hierarchia Catholica, Volume 8, Page 166, and Page 170
  • b/c2: Hierarchia Catholica, Volume 8, Page 250, and Page 580
  • b: Hierarchia Catholica, Volume 8, Page 46, and Page 48
  • b: The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church, 29 Nov 1895

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