cardinalitial

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cardinalitial

(ˌkɑːdɪnəˈlɪʃəl) or

cardinalatial

adj
relating to a cardinal or cardinalship
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Rather than simply promoting prelates in traditional cardinalatial sees, he has reached into the college of bishops for cardinals that reflect his priorities and values, religious pundits said.
On April 16, 1783, a Holy Wednesday, Benedict Joseph Labre dragged himself to Saint Maria dei Monte, the cardinalatial titular church in Rome, where he heard Mass every morning.
Philadelphia and Baltimore, traditional cardinalatial sees, were overlooked yet again, this time in favor of Indianapolis, an archdiocese that has never been represented in the College of Cardinals.
Perhaps the book's crucial chapter is "Heart Speaks to Heart"--the title, of course, taken from Newman's cardinalatial motto.
What is equally striking about the list is the exclusion of archbishops from the so-called "cardinalatial" sees of Los Angeles, Chicago, and Philadelphia, where the red hat was expected to be bestowed in the consistory in February.
The new cardinals with then celebrate Mass with the Pope on the Feast of Christ the King, Sunday, November 21, and at that Mass they will receive their cardinalatial rings directly from the Pope to symbolize their bond with the Holy Father, the successor of Peter.
Francis de Sales that later became Newman's cardinalatial motto, heart to heart (cor ad cor loquitur).The aloneness and self-consciousness were most certainly lodged in Newman's nature.
That idea, backed by a number of other influential cardinalatial voices and many Catholics consulted by their bishops about the synod discussions, has met stiff resistance by those concerned with upholding church teaching on the indissolubility of marriage.
In the past, the rules were clear: make friends in the Roman Curia and get appointed to a cardinalatial see or a high position in the Vatican where a red hat normally comes with the job.
4 that Francis' choices for cardinals indicate the pontiff does not feel bound to "the traditions of the cardinalatial sees which were motivated by historical reasons in different countries in which the cardinalate was considered almost automatically connected to such sees.
At my relatively advanced age, I will have the task of trying to learn how to look cardinalatial. I am much accustomed to my informal and rather plebian manners."