Ulderico Carpegna

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His Eminence
Ulderico Carpegna
Cardinal-Bishop of Porto e Santa Rufina
Cardinale Ulderico Carpegna.jpg
Predecessor Francesco Maria Brancaccio
Successor Cesare Facchinetti
Orders
Consecration 7 Oct 1630
by Luigi Caetani
Created Cardinal 28 Nov 1633
Rank Cardinal-Bishop
Personal details
Born 24 Jun 1595
Scavolino, Italy
Died 24 Jan 1679 (age 83)
Nationality Italian
Denomination Roman Catholic


Ulderico Carpegna (24 June 1595 – 24 January 1679) was an Italian jurist and Cardinal.

Born at Scavolino, he was from a family of the Roman nobility, connected with the Montefeltro family.[1]

He became bishop of Gubbio[2] in 1630, and cardinal in 1633.[3] He was bishop of Todi from 1638, resigning by 1643. He was Camerlengo for a year from 1648. Consecrated by Luigi Caetani, he became bishop of Albano in 1666, bishop of Frascati in 1671, and bishop of Porto and Santa-Rufina in 1675.[3] He died in Rome. Through his episcopal consecration of Paluzzo Paluzzi Altieri degli Albertoni, he is part of the episcopal lineage of Pope Francis. He is also connected to liniage of Pope Benedict XVI.

The Fondo Carpegna of the Vatican Secret Archives contains material relating to Ulderico Carpegna and Gaspare Carpegna.[1]

Episcopal succession[edit]

While bishop, he was the principal consecrator of:[2]

He was also the principal co-consecrator of Arcasio Ricci, Bishop of Gravina di Puglia (1630).[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Accademia nazionale di San Luca (2000). Il palazzo di Carpegna a Roma. De Luca. pp. 101–9. ISBN 978-88-8016-413-5. Retrieved 12 June 2013. 
  2. ^ a b c "Luigi Cardinal Caetani" Catholic-Hierarchy.org. David M. Cheney. Retrieved January 4, 2017
  3. ^ a b Moroni, Gaetano (1841). Dizionario Di Erudizione Storico-Ecclesiastica Da S. Pietro Sino Ai Nostri Giorni (etc.) (in Italian). Dalla Tipografia Emiliana. p. 101. Retrieved 12 June 2013. 

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