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52 Cardinals will vote four times daily

THE WORLD AWAITS A NEW POPE

L: Cardinal TISSERAN 1, 74, Dean of the Sacred College, created by Pope Pius XI, 1936. R.: Cardinal MICARA, 78. Sub-Dean of the Sacred College, Vicar General of Rome, created by Pope Pius XII, 1946. L.: Cardinal PIZZARDO, 81, Secretary of the Sacred Congregation of the Holy Office, created by Pope Pius XI, 1937. R.: Cardinal MASELLA, 79. Camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church, created by Pope Pius XII, 1946.

L: Cardinal 1'EDESCH1N1, 85, Archpriest of the Vatican Basilica, Datary of His Holiness, created in peciore by Pope Pius Xl, 1933. R.: Cardinal VAN ROES', 84, Archbishop of Malines, Belgium, created by

Pope Pius XI, 1927.

L: Cardinal GONCALV ES CEREJEIRA, 69, Patriarch of Lisbon, Portugal, created by Pope Pins XI, 1929. R.: Cardinal LIENART, 74, Bishop of Lille, France, created by Pope Pius Xl, 1930. L: Cardinal FUMASONI BIONDI, 86, Prefect of the Sacred Congregation de Propaganda Fide, created by Pope Pius ' XI, 1933. R.: Cardinal FOSSATI, 82, Archbishop of Turin, Italy, created by Pope

Pius XI, 1933. L: Cardinal DALLA COSTA, 86, Archbishop of Florence, Italy, created by Pope Pius XI, 1933. R.: Cardinal TAPPOUNI, 78, Patriarch of Antioch of the Syrians. elected Patriarch, 1929, created by Pope Pius XI, 1935.

L.: Cardinal COPELLO, 78, Archbishop of Buenos Aires, Argentine Republic, created by Pope Pius XL 1935. R.: Cardinal GERLIER, 78, Archbishop of Lyons, France, created by Pope Pius XI, 1937. L: Cardinal AGAGIANIAN, 63, Patriarch of Cilida of the Armenians. Pro-Prefect of the Sacred Congregation de Propaganda Fide, created by Pope Pius XII, 1946. R.: Cardinal MOONEY, 76, Archbishop of Detroit, U.S.A., created by Pope

Pius XII, 1946.

L,: Cardinal McGUIGAN, 63, Archbishop of Toronto, Canada, created by Pope Pius XII, 1946. R.: Cardinal ROQUES, 17, Archbishop of Rennes, France, created by Pope Pius XII, 1946.

L.: Cardinal VASCONCELLOS MOTTA, 68, Archbishop of Sao Paulo, Brazil, created by Pope Pius XII, 1946. R.: Cardinal GILROY, 62, Archbishop of Sydney, Australia, created by Pope Pius XII, 1946.

L.: Cardinal SPELLMAN. 69, Archbishop of New York, U.S.A., created by Pope Pius XII, 1946. R.: Cardinal CARO RODRIGUEZ, 92, Archbishop of Santiago de Chile, Chile, created by Pope Pius XII, 1946.

L.: Cardinal GOUVEIA, 69, Archbishop of Lourenco Marques, Mozambique, created by Pope Pius XII, 1946. R.: Cardinal BARROS CAMARA, 64, Archbishop of Sao Sebastiao do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, created by Pope Pins XII, 1946. L.: Cardinal PLA Y DENIEL, 81, Archbishop of Toledo, Spain, created by Pope Pius XII, 1946. R,: Cardinal ARTEAGA Y BETANCOURT, 78, Archbishop of San Cristobal de La Habana, Cuba, created by Pope Pius XII, 1946. L.: Cardinal FRINGS, 71, Archbishop of Cologne, Germany, created by Pope Pius XII, 1946. R.: Cardinal MINDSZENTY, 66, Archbishop of Fsztergorn, Hungary, created by Pope Pius XII, 1946.

L.: Cardinal RUFFINI, 70, Archbishop of Palermo, Sicily, created by Pope Pius XII, 1946. R.: Cardinal CAGGIANO, 69, Bishop of Rosario, Argentine Republic, created by Pope Pius X 11, 1946. L.: Cardinal TIEN KEN-SIN, 68, Archbishop of Peking, China (living in exile), created by Pope Pius XU, 1946. R.: Cardinal SILVA, 82, Archbishop of Sao Salvador de Bahia, Brazil, created by Pope Pius XU, 1953. L.: Cardinal CICOGNANI, 76, Prefect of the Sacred Congregation of Rites, created by Pope Pius Xli, 1953. R.: Cardinal RONCALLI, 76, Patriarch of Venice, Italy, created by Pope Pius XII, 1953. L.: Cardinal V ALERI, 74, Prefect of the Sacred Congregation of Religious, created by Pope Pius XII. 1953. R.: Cardinal CIRIACI, 72, Prefect of the Sacred Congregation of the Council, created by Pope Pius XII, 1953. L.: Cardinal FELTIN, 75, Archbishop of Paris, France, created by Pope Pius XII, 1953. R.: Cardinal MIMMI, 76, Secretary of the Sacred Consistorial Congregation, created by Pope Pius XII, 1953. L.: Cardinal TORRE, 84, Archbishop of Quito, Ecuador, created by Pope Pius XII, 1953. R.: Cardinal STEPINAC, 60. Archbishop of Zagreb, Yugoslavia, created by Pope Pius XII, 1953.

L.: Cardinal GRENTE, 86, Bishop (with the personal title of Archbishop) of Le Mans, France, created by Pope Pius XII, 1953. R.: Cardinal SIR!, 52, Archbishop of Genoa, Italy, created by Pope Pius XII, 1953. L.: Cardinal D'ALTON, 76, Archbishop of Armagh, Ireland, Primate of All Ireland, created by Pope Pius XII, 1953. R.: Cardinal McINTYRE, 72, Archbishop of Los Angeles, U.S.A., created by Pope Pius XII, 1953.

L.: Cardinal LERCARO, 66, Archbishop of Bologna, Italy, created by Pope Pius XII, 1953. R.: Cardinal WYSZYNSKI, 57, Archbishop of Gniezno and Warsaw, Poland, Primate of Poland, created by Pope Pius

XU, 1953. L.: Cardinal ARRIBA Y CASTRO, 72, Archbishop of Tarragona, Spain, created by Pope Pius XII, 1953. R.: Cardinal QUIROGA Y PALACIOS, 58, Archbishop of Santiago de Compostela, pain, created by Pope Pius XII, 1953. L.: Cardinal LEGER, 54, Archbishop of Montreal, Canada, created by Pope Pius XII, 1953. R.: Cardinal LUQUE, 69, Arch. bishop of Bogota, Colombia, created by Pope Pius XII, 1953. L.: Cardinal GRAC1AS, 58, Archbishop of Bombay, India, created by Pope Pius XII, 1953. R.: Cardinal WENDEL, 57, Archbishop of Munich and Freising, Germany, created by Pope Pius XII, 1953. L.: Cardinal CANAL!, 84, Major Penitentiary, created by Pope Pius XI, 1935. R.: Cardinal OTTAVIAN I, 67, ProSecretary of the Sacred Congregation of the Holy Office, Camerlengo of the Sacred College, created by Pope Pius XII, 1953.




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