Conclave

  • 101conclave/cónclave — Puede ser palabra llana (etimológica) o esdrújula, que es la más corriente …

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  • 102Papal conclave — Conclave redirects here. For other uses, see Conclave (disambiguation). The Holy See This article is part of the series: Politics and government of the Holy See …

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  • 103To be in conclave — Conclave Con clave (? or ?; 277), n. [F., fr. L. conclave a room that may locked up; con + clavis key. See {Clavicle}.] 1. The set of apartments within which the cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church are continuously secluded while engaged in… …

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  • 104Papal conclave, January 1276 — Conclave. Election of Pope Innocent VOn January 20, ten days after the death of Gregory X, fifteen cardinals assembled in the episcopal palace in Arezzo. In the first scrutiny on the following day they unanimously elected French Cardinal Pierre… …

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  • 105Papal conclave, 2005 — Papal conclave, April 2005 Dates 18–19 April 2005 Location Sistine Chapel, Apostolic Palace, Vatican City Dean …

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  • 106Papal conclave, 1549–1550 — The papal conclave from November 29, 1549 to February 7, 1550, which was convened after the death of Pope Paul III, was the second longest papal conclave of the 16th century, and (at the time) the largest papal conclave in history in terms of the …

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  • 107Papal conclave, 1492 — Papal conclave, August 1492 Dates August 6–August 11, 1492 Location Sistine Chapel, Apostolic Palace, Papal States …

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  • 108Papal conclave, 1769 — A papal conclave which lasted from February 15 to May 19, 1769 was convoked after the death of Pope Clement XIII. It elected as his successor Cardinal Lorenzo Ganganelli, who took the name Clement XIV. Death of Clement XIII Clement XIII died… …

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  • 109Papal conclave, August 1978 — The Papal conclave of August 1978, the first of the two conclaves held in the year 1978, was convoked after the death of Pope Paul VI on August 6 at Castel Gandolfo. After the cardinal electors assembled in Rome, the conclave to elect Paul s… …

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  • 110Papal conclave, 1878 — The Papal conclave of 1878 resulted from the death of Pope Pius IX in the Apostolic Palace in the Vatican on 7 February 1878. The conclave occurred in circumstances different from those of any previous conclave. Contents 1 Unique circumstances 2… …

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  • 111Papal conclave, 1799–1800 — The Papal conclave of 1799 1800 followed the death of Pope Pius VI on 29 August 1799 and led to the selection as pope of Giorgio Barnaba Luigi Chiaramonti, who took the name Pius VII, on 14 March 1800. The conclave, the last conclave to take… …

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  • 112Papal conclave, 1758 — The Papal conclave, May 15 – July 6, 1758, convoked after the death of Pope Benedict XIV, was the conclave that elected Cardinal Carlo Rezzonico of Venice, who under the name of Clement XIII became 248th pope of the Catholic Church. List of… …

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  • 113Papal conclave, 1903 — The Papal conclave of 1903 was caused by the death of the 93 year old Pope Leo XIII, who at that stage was the third longest reigning pope in history. (Pope John Paul II (1978 2005) passed Leo a century later.) It saw the election of Giuseppe… …

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  • 114Papal conclave, 1352 — Papal conclave 1352 (December 16 – December 18, 1352) convened after the death of Pope Clement VI, elected as his successor cardinal Etienne Aubert, who under the name Innocent VI became fifth Pope of the period of Avignon Papacy. This conclave… …

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  • 115Papal conclave, 1721 — The Papal conclave March 31 – May 8, 1721, convoked after the death of Pope Clement XI, was the conclave that elected to the Papacy Cardinal Michelangelo de Conti, who took the name of Innocent XIII. List of participants Pope Clement XI died on… …

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  • 116Papal conclave, 1774–1775 — The Papal conclave, October 5, 1774 – February 15, 1775 – was the papal conclave convoked after the death of Pope Clement XIV and ended with the election of Cardinal Giovanni Angelo Braschi, who took the name of Pius VI.Death of Clement XIVPope… …

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  • 117Papal conclave, 1644 — Coat of arms of the Holy See during the sede vacante …

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  • 118Capitulation du conclave — Innocent VI, premier pape à accepter une capitulation, et premier pape à être passé outre Une capitulation du conclave ou capitulation électorale est un acte de capitulation rédigé par le Collège des cardinaux pendant un conclave, afin de tenter… …

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  • 119Papal conclave, 1294 — The papal conclave of December 23 ndash;24, 1294 was convoked after the abdication of Pope Celestine V in Naples. It was the first papal conclave after Celestine V restored the constitution Ubi periculum of Pope Gregory X, suspended by Pope… …

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  • 120Papal conclave, 1314–1316 — The papal conclave from May 1, 1314 to August 7, 1316, held in the apostolic palace of Carpentras and then the Dominican house in Lyon, was one of the longest conclaves in the history of the Roman Catholic Church and the first conclave of the… …

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