Cardinal electors for the papal conclave, 1963

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Location of Cardinal Electors
Country Number of Electors
Italy 29
France 8
Spain 6
United States of America 5
Brazil, Germany 3
Argentina, Canada, Portugal 2
Australia, Austria, Belgium, Chile, China, Colombia, Ecuador, India, Ireland, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Scotland, Soviet Union, Syria, Tanganyika, Uruguay, Venezuela 1

The following were the cardinal electors in the 1963 papal conclave. Arranged by region (not by the linguistic groups commonly used in universal church senacles), and within each alphabetically (not the official order of precedence, which is not relevant to conclave procedure). Only two out of the eighty electors did not participate in the conclave: József Mindszenty (confined to the U.S. Embassy in Budapest) and Carlos María de la Torre (due to old age and ill health).

Roman Curia[edit]

  1. Grégoire-Pierre Agagianian, Prefect of Propagation of the Faith
  2. Joaquín Albareda y Ramoneda, OSB, Librarian Emeritus of Vatican Library
  3. Benedetto Aloisi Masella, Camerlengo, Prefect of Discipline of the Sacraments
  4. Augustin Bea, SJ, President of Promoting Christian Unity
  5. Francesco Bracci, Secretary Emeritus of Discipline of the Sacraments
  6. Fernando Cento, Major Penitentiary of Apostolic Penitentiary
  7. Carlo Chiarlo, Nuncio Emeritus of Brazil
  8. Amleto Giovanni Cicognani, Secretary of State, Prefect of Extraordinary Ecclesiastical Affairs
  9. Pietro Ciriaci, Prefect of Council
  10. Carlo Confalonieri, Secretary of Consistorial
  11. Santiago Copello, Chancellor of Apostolic Chancery
  12. Giuseppe Ferretto, Secretary of College of Cardinals
  13. Paolo Giobbe, Datary of His Holiness
  14. William Heard, Dean of the Roman Rota
  15. Alberto di Jorio, President of Vatican City State
  16. André-Damien-Ferdinand Jullien, PSS, Dean Emeritus of Roman Rota
  17. Arcadio Larraona Saralegui, Prefect of Rites
  18. Paolo Marella, Prefect of St. Peter's Basilica
  19. Francesco Morano, Secretary of Apostolic Signatura
  20. Alfredo Ottaviani, Secretary of the Holy Office
  21. Giuseppe Pizzardo, Prefect of Seminaries and Universities
  22. Francesco Roberti, Prefect of Apostolic Signatura
  23. Gustavo Testa, Prefect of Oriental Churches
  24. Eugène-Gabriel-Gervais-Laurent Tisserant, Dean of the College of Cardinals, Prefect of Ceremonies, Librarian of Vatican Library, Archivist of Vatican Secret Archives
  25. Luigi Traglia, Pro-Vicar General of Rome
  26. Valerio Valeri, Prefect of Religious

Europe[edit]

Italy[edit]

  1. Ildebrando Antoniutti, Nuncio to Spain
  2. Antonio Bacci, Titular Archbishop of Colonia in Cappadocia
  3. Alfonso Castaldo, Archbishop of Naples
  4. Efrem Forni, Nuncio emeritus to Belgium and Luxembourg
  5. Maurilio Fossati, OSsCGN, Archbishop of Turin
  6. Giacomo Lercaro, Archbishop of Bologna
  7. Clemente Micara, Vice Dean of College of Cardinals, Vicar General of Rome
  8. Giovanni Battista Montini, Archbishop of Milan (was elected Pope and chose the name Paul VI)
  9. Ernesto Ruffini, Archbishop of Palermo
  10. Giuseppe Siri, Archbishop of Genoa
  11. Giovanni Urbani, Patriarch of Venice

France[edit]

  1. Maurice Feltin, Archbishop of Paris
  2. Pierre-Marie Gerlier, Archbishop of Lyon
  3. Joseph-Charles Lefèbvre, Archbishop of Bourges
  4. Achille Liénart, Bishop of Lille
  5. Paul Marie André Richaud, Archbishop of Bordeaux
  6. Clément-Emile Roques, Archbishop of Rennes

Spain[edit]

  1. Benjamín de Arriba y Castro, Archbishop of Tarragona
  2. José Bueno y Monreal, Archbishop of Seville
  3. Enrique Pla y Deniel, Archbishop of Toledo
  4. Fernando Quiroga y Palacios, Archbishop of Santiago de Compostela

Germany[edit]

  1. Julius Döpfner, Archbishop of Munich und Freising
  2. Josef Frings, Archbishop of Cologne

Portugal[edit]

  1. José da Costa Nunes, Archbishop Emeritus of Archdiocese of Goa e Damão
  2. Manuel Gonçalves Cerejeira, Patriarch of Lisbon

Austria[edit]

  1. Franz König, Archbishop of Vienna

Belgium[edit]

  1. Leo Joseph Suenens, Archbishop of Brussels-Mechelen

Netherlands[edit]

  1. Bernardus Johannes Alfrink, Archbishop of Utrecht

Hungary[edit]

  1. József Mindszenty, Archbishop of Esztergom (absent)

Ireland[edit]

  1. Michael Browne, OP, Superior General of the Order of Friars Preachers

Poland[edit]

  1. Stefan Wyszyński, Archbishop of Warsaw and Gniezno

North America[edit]

United States[edit]

  1. Richard Cushing, Archbishop of Boston
  2. James McIntyre, Archbishop of Los Angeles
  3. Albert Gregory Meyer, Archbishop of Chicago
  4. Joseph Ritter, Archbishop of St. Louis
  5. Francis Spellman, Archbishop of New York

Canada[edit]

  1. Paul-Émile Léger, PSS, Archbishop of Montreal
  2. James McGuigan, Archbishop of Toronto

Mexico[edit]

  1. José Garibi y Rivera, Archbishop of Guadalajara

South America[edit]

Brazil[edit]

  1. Jaime de Barros Câmara, Archbishop of São Sebastião do Rio de Janeiro
  2. Augusto da Silva, Archbishop of São Salvador da Bahia
  3. Carlos Carmelo Vasconcellos Motta, Archbishop of São Paulo

Argentina[edit]

  1. Antonio Caggiano, Archbishop of Buenos Aires

Chile[edit]

  1. Raúl Silva Henríquez, Archbishop of Santiago

Colombia[edit]

  1. Luis Concha Córdoba, Archbishop of Bogotá

Ecuador[edit]

  1. Carlos María de la Torre, Archbishop of Quito (absent)

Peru[edit]

  1. Juan Landázuri Ricketts, OFM, Archbishop of Lima

Venezuela[edit]

  1. José Quintero Parra, Archbishop of Caracas

Uruguay[edit]

  1. Antonio María Barbieri, OFM Cap, Archbishop of Montevideo

Asia[edit]

China[edit]

  1. Thomas Tien Ken-sin, SVD, Archbishop of Beijing

India[edit]

  1. Valerian Gracias, Archbishop of Bombay

Japan[edit]

  1. Peter Doi, Archbishop of Tokyo

Philippines[edit]

  1. Rufino Jiao Santos, Archbishop of Manila

Syria[edit]

  1. Ignatius Gabriel I Tappuni, Patriarch of Antioch of the Syrians (Cardinal Tappuni was born in Mosul, located in modern-day Iraq)

Africa[edit]

Tanganyika[edit]

  1. Laurean Rugambwa, Bishop of Bukoba

Oceania[edit]

Australia[edit]

  1. Norman Gilroy, Archbishop of Sydney

References[edit]