Cardinals

 Posted by at 11:36 pm
 

COLLEGE OF CARDINALS:
> College composition post February 18, 2012 cardinal creating
**consistory.

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Detailed statistics of the College composition
**(hasn’t been updated of late).
**Short form, updated regularly, can be found at
**papam.wordpress.com.
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The jus optionis preferment rules.
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When the College of  Cardinals and the dean came to be.
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Benedict XVI electors still in the minority.
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John Paul II cardinals split between electors and non-electors.
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Drop in the number of electors below 120 starts afresh.
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Something has to be done about the 120 cardinal elector limit.
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Down to 3 living non-bishop cardinals as of Nov. 22, 2010.

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AGES:
> Aging of the cardinals.
> Benedict XVI electors will exceed those of John Paul II.
> Cardinals aging out & the shifting of majorities.
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Death of cardinals — the
trends.
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Trends re. cardinal deaths, 1950 to 2011 (62 years).
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Ages of the cardinals per the three popes that created them.
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Life expectancy of contemporary cardinals, the decade 2001 to 2010.
> Cardinal Deaths 2001 to 2011 – The Update. [Also Shows Life Expectancy]

 

 

 

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  1. To whom it may concern,
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    Respectfully yours,
    A Concerned Catholic

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