|Cardinal, Archbishop Emeritus of Ferrara|
|Appointed||15 March 1773|
|Term ended||14 February 1777|
|Other posts||Cardinal-Priest of Santissima Trinità al Monte Pincio|
|Ordination||19 March 1767|
|Consecration||26 April 1767
by Pope Clement XIII
|Created Cardinal||17 June 1771|
14 July 1721|
|Died||5 May 1782(aged 60)|
Bernardino Giraud (born 14 July 1721 in Rome, died 5 May 1782) was a Cardinal of the Catholic Church. He served as Apostolic Nuncio to France from 1767 to 1773, and as Archbishop of Ferrara from 1773 until his resignation in 1777. He was elevated to Cardinal in pectore on 17 June 1771, and installed as Cardinal-Priest of SS. Trinità al Monte Pincio in 1773. He participated in the Papal conclave, 1774–1775.
Giraud was ordained a Bishop by Pope Clement XIII on 26 April 1767, being appointed as titular Archbishop of Damascus. Having himself consecrated Alessandro Mattei to the episcopacy, Cardinal Giraud is in the episcopal lineage of Pope Francis.
|Consecrated by:||Pope Clement XIII|
|Bishop||Date of consecration|
|Alessandro Mattei||23 February 1777|
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