Where do Cardinals live Catholic?

Where are the Catholic cardinals from?

The latter is currently also the senior cardinal bishop among the cardinal electors.


Name Camillo Ruini*
Country Italy
Born 19 February 1931 (age 90)
Consistory 28 June 1991 John Paul II
Office Vicar General emeritus for Rome and Archpriest emeritus of the Papal Basilica of Saint John Lateran

Do cardinals stay in Rome?

When in Rome for a consistory, cardinals usually stay in Vatican housing, or at church residences around the city. Archbishop McCarrick is staying at the Pontifical North American College, a seminary for American priests.

How many cardinals are in the Vatican?

There are currently 128 serving cardinals. Of those, Pope Francis created 88 from 56 countries.

How many cardinals are from Africa?

The world’s largest seminary is in Nigeria, which borders on Cameroon in western Africa, and Africa produces a large percentage of the world’s priests. As of June 26, 2020, there are also 29 Cardinals from Africa, out of 222, and 400,000 catechists.

How many cardinals are from Italy?

Italy has as many as 26 cardinals with the right to vote in a Conclave, 10 of them are residential bishops and 16 are members of the Curia: this accounts for 21% of the electoral college. Meanwhile, the US has 11 cardinal electors.

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How many Roman Catholic cardinals are in the United States?

There are 34 active Roman Catholic archbishops in the United States. (Five are also cardinals, which means they vote in papal elections.)