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Complete List Of Cardinals
ELECTED BY
POPE PAUL VI
During His Complete Reign (Both Real and Imposter Popes)

Paul VI (1963-1978)

February 22, 1965 (I)

(1) 1. Maximos IV Saigh, B., patriarch of Antioch of the Melkites, Syria
(2) 2. Paul-Pierre Meouchi, patriarch of Antioch of the Maronites, Lebanon
(3) 3. Stéfanos I Sidarouss, C.M., patriarch of Alexandria of the Copts, Egypt
(4) 4. Josyf Ivanovyce Slipyj, archbishop major of Lwow of the Ukrainians, Ukraine, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
(5) 5. Lorenz Jäger, archbishop of Paderborn, Germany
(6) 6. Thomas Benjamin Cooray, O.M.I., archbishop of Colombo, Sri Lanka
(7) 7. Josef Beran, archbishop of Prague, Czechoslovakia
(8) 8. Maurice Roy, archbishop of Québec, Canada
(9) 9. Joseph-Marie-Eugène Martin, archbishop of Rouen, France
(10) 10. Owen McCann, archbishop of Cape Town, South Africa
(11) 11. Léon-Etienne Duval, archbishop of Algiers, Algeria
(12) 12. Ermenegildo Florit, archbishop of Florence, Italy
(13) 13. Franjo Šeper, archbishop of Zagreb, Yugoslavia
(14) 14. John Carmel Heenan, archbishop of Westminster, England
(15) 15. Jean Villot, archbishop of Lyon, France
(16) 16. Paul Zougrana, M. Afr., archbishop of Ouagadougou, Upper Volta
(17) 17. Lawrence Joseph Shehan, archbishop of Baltimore, United Sates
(18) 18. Enrico Dante, titular archbishop of Carpasia, secretary of the S.C. of Rites
(19) 19. Cesare Zerba, titular archbishop of Colosse, secretary of the S.C. for the Discipline of the Sacraments
(20) 20. Agnelo Rossi, archbishop of São Paulo, Brazil
(21) 21. Giovanni Colombo, archbishop of Milan, Italy
(22) 22. William Conway, archbishop of Armagh, Ireland
(23) 23. Ángel Herrera Oria, bishop of Málaga, Spain
(24) 24. Federico Callori di Vignale, papal majordomo
(25) 25. Josef-Léon Cardijn, founder of the Catholic Workers Youth Organization
(26) 26. Charles Journet
(27) 27. Giulio Bevilacqua, Orat.

June 26, 1967 (II)

(28) 1. Nicolás Fasolino, archbishop of Santa Fe, Argentina
(29) 2. Antonio Riberi, titular archbishop of Dara, nuncio in Spain
(30) 3. Giuseppe Beltrami, titular archbishop of Damasco, nuncio-internuncio in Holland
(31) 4. Alfredo Pacini, titular archbishop of Germia, nuncio in Switzerland
(32) 5. Gabriel-Marie Garrone, titular archbishop of Torre di Numidia, pro-prefect of the S.C. of Seminaries anbd Universities
(33) 6. Patrick Aloysius O'Boyle, archbishop of Washington, United States of America
(34) 7. Egidio Vagnozzi, titular archbishop of Mira, apostolic delegate in the United States of America
(35) 8. Maximilien de Furstenberg, titular archbishop of Palto, nuncio in Portugal
(36) 9. Antonio Samorè, titular archbishop of Tirnovo, secretary of the S.C. of Extraordinary Ecclesiastical Affairs
(37) 10. Francesco Carpino, titular archbishop of Sardica, pro-prefect of the S.C. for the Discipline of the Sacraments
(38) 11. José Clemente Maurer, C.SS.R., archbishop of Sucre, Bolivia
(39) 12. Pietro Parente, titular archbishop of Tolemaide di Tebaide, secretary of the S.C. for the Propagation of the Faith
(40) 13. Carlo Grano, titular archbishop of Tessalonica, nuncio in Italy
(41) 14. Angelo Dell'Acqua, titular archbishop of Calcedonia, substitute of the Secretariat of State and secretary of the Cipher
(42) 15. Dino Staffa, titular archbishop of Cesarea di Palestina, pro-prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signature
(43) 16. Pericle Felici, titular archbishop of Samosata, secretary general of the Central Coordinating Commission of the Post Conciliar Affairs and pro-prefect of the Pontifical Commission for the Revision of the Code of Canon Law
(44) 17. John Joseph Krol, archbishop of Philadelphia, United States of America
(45) 18. Pierre Veuillot, archbishop of Paris, France
(46) 19. John Patrick Cody, archbishop of Chicago, United States of America
(47) 20. Corrado Ursi, archbishop of Naples, Italy
(48) 21. Alfred Bengsch, archbishop-bishop of Berlin, Germany
(49) 22. Justinus Darmojuwono, archbishop of Semarang, Indonesia
(50) 23. Karol Józef Wojty?a, archbishop of Kraków, Poland (1)
(51) 24. Michele Pellegrino, archbishop of Turin, Italy
(52) 25. Alexandre-Charles Renard, archbishop of Lyon, France
(53) 26. Francis Joseph Brennan, dean of the Sacred Roman Rota
(54) 27. Benno Walter Gut, O.S.B., abbot primate of the Benedictine Confederation (1) Elected Pope John Paul II on October 16, 1978.

April 28, 1969 (III)

(55) 1. Paul Yü Pin, archbishop of Nanking, China
(56) 2. Alfredo Vicente Scherer, archbishop of Porto Alegre, Brazil
(57) 3. Julio Rosales y Ras, archbishop of Cebu, Philippines
(58) 4. Gordon Joseph Gray, archbishop of Saint Andrews and Edinburgh, Scotland
(59) 5. Peter Thomas McKeefry, archbishop of Wellington, New Zealand
(60) 6. Miguel Darío Miranda Gómez, archbishop of México, México
(61) 7. Joseph Parecattil, archbishop of Ernakulam of the Syro-Malabars, India
(62) 8. John Francis Dearden, archbishop of Detroit, United States of America
(63) 9. François Marty, archbishop of Paris, France
(64) 10. Jérôme Rakotomalala, archbishop of Tananarive, Madagascar
(65) 11. Geroge Bernard Flahiff, C.S.B., archbishop of Winnipeg, Canada
(66) 12. Paul Gouyon, archbishop of Rennes, France
(67) 13. Mario Casariego y Acevedo, C.R.S., archbishop of Guatemala, Guatemala
(68) 14. Vicente Enrique y Tarancón, archbishop of Toledo, Spain
(69) 15. Joseph Albert Malula, archbishop of Kinshasa, Zaïre
(70) 16. Pablo Muñoz Vega, S.J., archbishop of Quito, Ecuador
(71) 17. Antonio Poma, archbishop of Bologna, Italy
(72) 18. John Joseph Carberry, archbishop of Saint Louis, United States of America
(73) 19. Terence James Cooke, archbishop of New York, United States of America
(74) 20. Stephan Sou Hwan Kim, archbishop of Seoul, South Korea
(75) 21. Arturo Tabera Araoz, C.M.F., archbishop of Pamplona, Spain
(76) 22. Eugênio de Araújo Sales, archbishop of São Salvador da Bahia, Brazil
(77) 23. Joseph Höffner, archbishop of Cologne, Germany
(78) 24. John Joseph Wright, bishop of Pittsburgh, United States of America
(79) 25. Paolo Bertoli, titular archbishop of Nicomedia, nuncio in France
(80) 26. Sebastiano Baggio, titular archbishop of Efeso, nuncio in Brazil
(81) 27. Silvio Angelo Pio Oddi, titular archbishop of Messembria, nuncio in Belgium and Luxemburg
(82) 28. Giuseppe Paupini, titular archbishop of Sebastopoli di Abasagia, nuncio in Colombia
(83) 29. Giacomo Violardo, titular archbishop of Satafi, secretary of the S.C. for the Disicpline of the Sacraments
(84) 30. Johannes Willebrands, titular bishop of Mauriana, secretary of the Secretariat for Christian Unity
(85) 31. Mario Nasalli Rocca di Corneliano, prefect of the Apostolic Palace
(86) 32. Sergio Guerri, pro-president of the Pontifical Commission for the State of Vatican City
(87) 33. Jean-Guenolé-Marie Daniélou, S.J.
(88) 34. Stepán Trochta, S.D.B., bishop of Litomerice, Czechoslovakia (1) (1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of March 5, 1973. Note. Bishop Iuliu Hossu, of Cluj-Gherla of the Romanians, Romania, was created cardinal in this consistory and reserved in pectore. He died in confinement on May 28, 1970. His creation as a cardinal was revealed in the consistory of March 5, 1973.

March 5, 1973 (IV)

(89) 1. Albino Luciani, patriarch of Venice, Italy (1)
(90) 2. António Ribeiro, patriarch of Lisbon, Portugal
(91) 3. Sergio Pignedoli, titular archbishop of Iconio, secretary of the S.C. for the Evangelization of the Peoples
(92) 4. James Robert Knox, archbishop of Melbourne, Australia
(93) 5. Luigi Raimondi, titular archbishop of Tarso, apostolic delegate in United States of America
(94) 6. Umberto Mozzoni, titular archbishop of Side, nuncio in Brazil
(95) 7. Avelar Brandão Vilela, archbishop of São Salvador da Bahia, Brazil
(96) 8. Joseph Marie Anthony Cordeiro, archbishop of Karachi, Pakistan
(97) 9. Aníbal Muñoz Duque, archbishop of Bogotá, Colombia
(98) 10. Boles?aw Kominek, archbishop of Wrocaw, Poland
(99) 11. Paul-Pierre Philippe, O.P., titular archbishop of Eracleopoli Maggiore, secretary of the S.C. for the Doctrine of the Faith
(100) 12. Pietro Palazzini, titular archbishop of Cesarea di Cappadocia, secretary of the S.C. of the Clergy
(101) 13. Luis Aponte Martínez, archbishop of San Juan, Puerto Rico
(102) 14. Raúl Francisco Primatesta, archbishop of Córdoba, Argentina
(103) 15. Salvatore Pappalardo, archbishop of Palermo, Italy
(104) 16. Ferdinando Giuseppe Antonelli, O.F.M., titular archbishop of Idicra, secretary of the S.C. for the Causes of the Saints
(105) 17. Marcelo González Martín, archbishop of Toledo, Spain
(106) 18. Louis-Jean Guyot, archbishop of Toulouse, France
(107) 19. Ugo Poletti, titular archbishop of Cittanova, pro-vicar general of His Holiness for the City of Rome and its District
(108) 20. Timothy Manning, archbishop of Los Angeles, United States of America
(109) 21. Paul Yoshigoro Taguchi, archbishop of Osaka, Japan
(110) 22. Maurice Michael Otunga, archbishop of Nairobi, Kenya
(111) 23. José Salazar López, archbishop of Guadalajara, México
(112) 24. Emile Biayenda, archbishop of Brazzaville, Congo
(113) 25. Humberto Sousa Medeiros, archbishop of Boston, United States of America
(114) 26. Paulo Evaristo Arns, O.F.M., archbishop of São Paulo, Brazil
(115) 27. James Darcy Freeman, archbishop of Sydney, Australia
(116) 28. Narciso Jubany Arnau, archbishop of Barcelona, Spain
(117) 29. Hermann Volk, bishop of Mainz, Germany
(118) 30. Pio Taofinu'u, S.M., bishop of Apia, Western Samoa (1) Elected Pope John Paul I on August 26, 1978.

The Imposter Pope Reigns !

May 24, 1976 (V)

(119) 1. Octavio Antonio Beras Rojas, archbishop of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
(120) 2. Opilio Rossi, titular archbishop of Ancira, nuncio in Austria
(121) 3. Giuseppe Maria Sensi, titular archbishop of Sardi, nuncio in Portugal
(122) 4. Juan Carlos Aramburu, archbishop of Buenos Aires, Argentina
(123) 5. Corrado Bafile, titular archbishop of Antiochia di Pisidia, pro-prefect of the S.C. for the Causes of the Saints
(124) 6. Hyacinthe Thiandoum, archbishop of Dakar, Senegal
(125) 7. Emmanuel Kiwanuka Nsubuga, archbishop of Kampala, Uganda
(126) 8. Joseph Schröffer, titular archbishop of Volturno, secretary of the S.C. for Catholic Education
(127) 9. Lawrence Trevor Picachy, S.J., archbishop of Calcutta, India
(128) 10. Jaime Lachica Sin, archbishop of Manila, Philippines
(129) 11. William Wakefield Baum, archbishop of Washington, United States of America
(130) 12. Aloísio Lorscheider, O.F.M., archbishop of Fortaleza, Brazil
(131) 13. Reginald John Delargey, archbishop of Wellington, New Zealand
(132) 14. Eduardo Francisco Pironio, titular archbishop of Tiges, pro-prefect of the S.C. for Religious and Secular Institutes
(133) 15. László Lékai, archbishop of Esztergom, Hungary
(134) 16. George Basil Hume, O.S.B., archbishop of Westminster, England
(135) 17. Victor Razafimahatratra, S.J., archbishop of Tananarive, Madagascar
(136) 18. František Tomášek, titular bishop of Buto, apostolic administrator of Prague, Czechoslovakia (1)
(137) 19. Dominic Ignatius Ekandem, bishop of Ikot Ekpene, Nigeria
(138) 20. Joseph-Marie Trinh-nhu-Khuê, archbishop of Hânoi, Viêt Nam (2)
(139) 21. Boles?aw Filipiak, dean of the Sacred Tribunal of the Roman Rota (1) Reserved in pectore and published in the consistory of June 27, 1977. (2) Reserved in pectore when the celebration of the consistory was announced on April 27, 1976. His creation as a cardinal was published when the consistory took place on May 24, 1976.

June 27, 1977 (VI)

(140) 1. Giovanni Benelli, archbishop of Florence, Italy
(141) 2. Bernardin Gantin, former archbishop of Cotonou, Benin, pro-president of Pontifical Commission Iustitia et Pax.
(142) 3. Joseph Ratzinger, archbishop of München und Freising, Germany. (1)
(143) 4. Mario Luigi Ciappi, O.P., theologian of the Pontifical Household.

 

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