The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church

Titles
Ss. Marcellino e Pietro --- S. Matteo in Merulana


Ss. Marcellino e Pietro S. Marcello S. Marco S. Marco in Agro Laurentino S. Maria ai Monti S. Maria Consolatrice al Tiburtino (Casal Bertone)

S. Maria degli Angeli S. Maria della Pace S. Maria della Presentazione S. Maria della Salute a Primavalle S. Maria della Speranza

S. Maria della Vittoria S. Maria delle Grazie a Via Trionfale S. Maria del Popolo S. Maria Domenica Mazzarello

S. Maria Immacolata di Lourdes a Boccea S. Maria in Ara Coeli S. Maria in Montserrato degli Spagnoli S. Maria in Traspontina S. Maria in Trastevere

S. Maria in VallicellaS. Maria in Via S. Maria Madre della Provvidenza a Monte Verde S. Maria Madre del Redentore a Tor Bellamonica

S. Maria Nuova (later S. Francesca in Foro Romano) S. Maria "Regina Mundi" a Torre Spaccata S. Maria "Regina Pacis" a Monte Verde

S. Maria "Regina Pacis" in Ostia mare S. Maria sopra Minerva S. Martino ai Monti

Ss. Martino e Silvestro ai Monti Ss. Martiri dell'Uganda a Poggio Ameno S. Matteo in Merulana

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Ss. Marcellino e Pietro
Both Duchesne and Kirsch agree that the title Nicomedis, listed in the Roman Synod of March 1, 499, must be the title of Ss. Marcellino e Pietro. Cristofori, who called it S. Nicomede in Via Nomentana, says that the title was suppressed by Pope Saint Gregory I the Great (590-604) and transferred to the Basilica of S. Croce in Gerusalemme. Annuaire Pontifical Catholique says that the title of S. Crescenziana or S. Crescenzio, erected ca. 112 by Pope Saint Alexander I in Via Mamertina (II Region of Rome) and confirmed ca. 366 by Pope Saint Damasus I, was suppressed by Pope Saint Gregory I ca. 590, who substituted it with the current title of Ss. Marcellino e Pietro. According to the catalog of Pietro Mallio, composed during the pontificate of Alexander III (1159-1181), this title was attached to the Basilica of S. Maria Maggiore and its priests were to celebrate mass there in turn.

Albino (590-?)
Raniero (1099-1121)
Rainerio (1117-1121)
Sigizzo Bianchetti, iuniore (1126-after February 1130?)
Crescenzio (1120-1130), pseudocardinal priest of S. Apollinare of Antipope Anacletus II (1130-1137); (1137-1140)
Rainaldo Collemezo, O.S.B.Cas. (1140-1166)
Rinaldo, O.S.B. (1190-1191)
Roffredo dell'Isola, O.S.B. (1191-ca.1212)
Conte Casate (1281-1287)
Jean Le Moine (1294-1313) (1)
Gauscelin de Jean (1316-1327)
Vacant (1327-1350)
Pasteur de Sarrats, O.F.M. (1350-1356)
Guillaume Farinier, O.F.M. (1356-1361)
Philippe de Cabassole (1368-1370)
Andrea Bontempi Martini (1378-1390)
Pierre-Raymond de Barrière, Can. Reg. of Saint Augustine (1378-1383), pseudocardinal of Antipope Clement VII
Jacques de Menthonay (1383-1391), pseudocardinal of Antipope Clement VII
Angelo Barbarigo (1408-1418) (2)
Vacant (1418-1439)
Isidore of Kiev (1439-1451)
Vacant (1451-1462)
Louis d'Albret (1462-1465)
Oliviero Carafa (1467-1470)
Philippe de Levis (1473-1475)
Jorge da Costa (1477-1484)
Vacant (1484-1493)
Bernardino López de Carvajal (1493-1495)
Philippe de Luxembourg (1495-1509)
Louis II d'Amboise (1510-1511)
Christopher Bainbridge (1511)
Vacant (1511-1515)
Adrien Gouffier de Boissy (1515-1517); in commendam (1517-1520) (3)
Vacant (1520-1530)
François de Tournon, Can. Reg. of Saint Augustine (1530-1550)
Georges II d'Amboise (1550)
Pietro Bertani, O.P. (1551-1558)
Gianfrancesco Gambara (1561-1565)
Flavio Orsini (1565-1578); in commendam (1578-1581)
Vacant (1581-1588)
Stefano Bonucci, O.S.M. (1588-1589)
Mariano Pierbenedetti (1590-1607)
Orazio Maffei (1607-1609)
Vacant (1609-1614)
Giovanni Battista Deti (1614-1623)
Vacant (1623-1664)
Girolamo Boncompagni (1664-1684)
Vacant (1684-1690)
Giacomo Cantelmo (1690-1702)
Francesco Pignatelli, seniore, Theat. (1704-1719)
Giovanni Francesco Barbarigo (1721-1730)
Sigismund von Kollonitsch (1730-1740)
Vacant (1740-1753)
Vincenzo Malvezzi (1753-1775)
Bernardino Honorati (1777-1807)
Vacant (1807-1816)
Nicola Riganti (1816-1822)
Vacant (1822-1827)
Giacomo Giustiniani (1827-1839)
Giovanni Maria Mastai Ferretti (1840-1846)
Gaetano Baluffi (1847-1866)
Giuseppe Berardi (1868-1878)
Florian-Jules Desprez (1879-1895)
Domenico Maria Jacobini (1896-1900)
Alessandro Sanminiatelli Zabarella (1901-1910)
Vacant (1910-1914)
António Mendes Bello (1914-1929)
Manuel Gonçalves Cerejeira (1929-1977)
Vacant (1977-1983)
Jean-Marie Lustiger (1983-1994)
Aloysius Matthew Ambrozic (1998-2011)
Dominik Duka, O.P. (2012-

(1) According to Cristofori, Cardinal Luc Fieschi, of the Counts of Lavagna, was commendatario from 1313 to 1328; and Cardinal Pierre de Montemart from 1328-1335.
(2) According to Cristofori, he was transferred to the title of S. Prassede in 1415 but Hierarchia Catholica indicates that in the election of Martin V in 1417, he was mentioned as cardinal of Ss. Marcellino e Pietro.
(3) This is according to Eubel, Hierarchia Catholica, III, 65, which says that he died in 1520. Several other sources indicate that he died in 1523.

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S. Marcello
The title of S. Marcello was erected ca. 304 by Pope Saint Marcellus I. It also had the name of Lucina seconda because it was in the house of that holy Roman matron. The title Marcelli appears in the list of the Roman Synod of March 1, 499. In the later lists the term "in Via Lata" was added to its name. According to the catalog of Pietro Mallio, composed during the pontificate of Alexander III (1159-1181), this title was attached to the Basilica of S. Paolo fuori le mura and its priests were to celebrate mass there in turn.

Stefano (494-?)
Vilio (590-?)
Giovanni (721-before 761)
Benedetto (761-?)
Anastasio il Bibliotecario (847-850)
Martino (853-?)
Giovanni (1012-before 1033)
Giovanni (1033-long before 1088)
Oderisio, O.S.B.Cas. (1088-1105?)
Pietro (1099-ca. 1112)
Pietro Gherardescha (1112-1117)
Pietro (1117-after 1118)
Pierre de Fontaines (1120-1130); pseudocardinal of Antipope Anacletus II (1130-1138); (1138-ca. 1140)
Giulio (1144-1158)
Konrad von Wittelsbach (1163)
Mathieu d'Anjou (1178-1183 or 1184)
Adelardo Cattaneo (1185-1188)
Fidanzio (1193-1197)
Gérard, O.Cist. (1199-ca.1200)
Pietro Capuano, maior (1200-1214)
Leone (1221-before December 1228)
Niccolò Conti di Segni (1228-1239)
Pierre de Bar (1244-1252)
Vicedomino de Vicedominis, in commendam (1275-1276)
Nicolas L'Aide (1294)
Arnaud de Canteloup (1305-1313)
Bertrand du Pouget (1316-1327)
Vacant (1327-1361) (?)
Androin de la Roche, O.S.B. (1361-1369)
Jean Lefèvre (1371-1372)
Bertrand de Cosnac, Can. Reg. of Saint Augustine (1372-1374)
Jean de la Grange, O.S.B. (1375-1394), later a pseudocardinal of Antipope Clement VII
Bartolomeo Mezzavacca (1378-1383)
Stefano Palosio (1385-1396)
Antonio Casini (1426-1439)
Niccolò d'Acciapaccio (1440-1447)
François de Meez, O.S.B. (1440-1444), pseudocardinal of Antipope Felix V
Guillaume-Hugues d'Estaing, O.S.B. (1444), declined appointment as pseudocardinal of Antipope Felix V
Vacant (1447-1484) (?)
Giovanni Michiel (ca. 1484-1491)
Vacant (1491-1503)
Pedro Luis de Borja-Llançol de Romaní, O.S.Io.Hieros. (1503-1511)
Francisco de Remolins (1511-1517)
Guillén-Ramón de Vich y de Valterra (1517-1525)
Enrique de Cardona y Enríquez (1527-1530)
Egidio da Viterbo, O.E.S.A. (1530-1532)
Marino Grimani (1532-1539)
Dionisio Laurerio, O.S.M. (1540-1542)
Marcello Crescenzi (1542-1552)
Miguel da Silva (1552-1553)
Girolamo Verallo (1553-1555)
Girolamo Dandini (1555-1559)
Giovanni Andrea Mercurio (1560-1561)
Marco Antonio Amulio (1561-1572)
Marco Antonio Bobba (1572-1575)
Vacant (1575-1584)
Giambattista Castagna (1584-1590)
Benedetto Giustiniani (1591-1599)
Paolo Emilio Zacchia (1599-1605)
Innocenzo del Bufalo-Cancellieri (1605-1606)
François d'Escoubleau de Sourdis (1606-1621)
Francesco Cennini de' Salamandri (1621-1641)
Pierdonato Cesi, iuniore (1642-1656)
Camillo Melzi (1657-1659)
Giambattista Spada (1659-1673)
Federico Baldeschi Colonna (or Ubaldi) (1675-1685)
Pier Matteo Petrucci, Orat. (1687-1701)
Gianalberto Badoaro (1706-1712)
Luigi Priuli (1712-1714)
Wolfgang Hannibal von Schrattenbach (1714-1738)
Vacant (1738-1743)
Raffaele Cosimo de' Girolami (1743-1748)
Mario Millini (1748-1756)
Antonio Maria Erba-Odescalchi (1759-1762)
Lodovico Merlini (1762)
Giuseppe Simonetti (1766-1767)
Vacant (1767-1802)
Carlo Francesco Caselli, O.S.M. (1802-1828)
Thomas Weld (1830-1837)
Chiarissimo Falconieri Mellini (1838-1859)
Vacant (1859-1874)
Mariano Falcinelli Antoniacci, O.S.B.Cas. (1874)
Salvatore Nobili Vitelleschi (1875)
Luigi di Canossa (1877-1900)
Casimiro Gennari (1901-1914)
Franz von Bettinger (1914-1917)
Francesco Ragonesi (1921-1931)
Maurilio Fossati, O.Ss.C.G.N. (1933-1965)
Carlo Grano (1967-1976)
Dominic Ignatius Ekandem (1976-1995)
Édouard Gagnon, P.S.S. (1996-2007)
Agustín García-Gasco Vicente (2007-2011)
Giuseppe Betori (2012-

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S. Marco
Originally the title iuxta Pallacinas, it was established by Pope Saint Mark (336). It does not appear in the the lists of the 5th and 6th Centuries. Later, it became the title of S. Marco. According to the catalog of Pietro Mallio, composed during the pontificate of Alexander III (1159-1181), this title was attached to Saint Peter's Basilica and its priests were to celebrate mass there in turn.

Epifanio (494-?)
Stefano (590-?)
Stefano (745-before 761)
Filippo (761-before 797)
Gregorio, O.S.B. (797-827)
Adriano (842-867)
Pietro (before 1012-before 1033)
Pietro (1033-before 1049)
Giovanni (1049-1059)
Bonifazio (1058?-before 1062)
Bonifazio (?) (1062-ca. 1088)
Roberto (1086-1098), pseudocardinal of Antipope Clement III
Romano (1086-1118) (?), pseudocardinal of Antipopes Clement III and Gregory VIII
Leone (1088-?)
Bonifacio (1114-1130)
Pietro (1130)
Innocenzo Savelli (1130-ca. 1133)
Guido di Castello (1133-1143)
Gilberto (1143-1149)
Giovanni (1149-1151)
Rolando Bandinelli, Can. Reg. Lateranense (1151-1159) (1)
Antonio (1163-ca. 1167)
Giovanni Conti (1167-1190) (2)
Giovanni (1185-?)
Guido (1191-before 1198)
Vacant (1198-1127) (?)
Goffredo Castiglioni (1227-1239)
Guillaume de Bray (1262-1282) (3)
Pietro Peregrosso (1289-1295)
Vacant (1295-1338) (?)
Bertrand de Déaulx (1338-1348)
Francesco degli Atti (1356-1361)
Jean de Blauzac (1361-1372)
Giovanni Fieschi (toward 1380-before December 1381 (or 1382))
Pierre Amiel de Sarcenas, O.S.B. (1379-1389), pseudocardinal of Antipope Clement VII
Ludovico Donato, O.F.M. (toward 1382-1386)
Angelo Correr (1405-1406)
Antonio Calvi (1409-1411)
Guillaume Fillastre (1411-1428)
Angelotto Fosco (1431-1444)
Bartolomeo Vitelleschi (1444-1449), pseudocardinal of Antipope Felix V
Pietro Barbo (1451-1464)
Marco Barbo (1467-1478); in commendam (1478-1491)
Lorenzo Cibo de' Mari (1491-1501); in commendam (1501-1503)
Domenico Grimani (1503-1508); in commendam (1508-1523)
Marco Cornaro (1523-1524)
Francesco Pisani (1527-1555); in commendam (1555-1564)
Luigi Cornaro (1564-1568)
Luigi Pisani (1568-1570)
Luigi Cornaro (1570-1584)
Gianfrancesco Commendone (1584)
Agostino Valier (1585-1605)
Giovanni Delfino (1605-1621)
Matteo Priuli (1621-1624)
Pietro Valier (1624-1629)
Federico Cornaro, iuniore (1629-1646)
Marcantonio Bragadin (1646-1658)
Cristoforo Vidman (1658-1660)
Pietro Vito Ottoboni (1660-1677)
Gregorio Barbarigo (1677-1697)
Marcantonio Barbarigo (1697-1706)
Giambattista Rubini (1706-1707)
Gianalberto Badoaro (1712-1714)
Luigi Priuli (1714-1720)
Pietro Priuli (1720-1728)
Angelo Maria Quirini, O.S.B.Cas. (1728-1743); in commendam (1743-1755)
Carlo Rezzonico, seniore (1755-1758)
Daniele Delfino (1758-1762)
Antonio Marino Priuli (1762-1772)
Carlo Rezzonico, iuniore (1772-1773); in commendam (1773-1799)
Ludovico Flangini (1800-1802)
Vacant (1802-1816)
Luigi Ercolani, in commendam (1816-1817); his title (1817-1825)
Vacant (1825-1829)
Karl Kajetan von Gaisruck (1829-1846)
Charles Januarius Acton (1846-1847)
Giacomo Piccolomini (1847-1861)
Pietro de Silvestri (1861-1875)
Domenico Bartolini (1876-1887)
Michelangelo Celesia, O.S.B.Cas. (1887-1904)
József Samassa (1906-1912)
Franz Xaver Nagl (1912-1913)
Friedrich Gustav Piffl, Can. Reg. of Saint Augustine (1914-1932)
Elia dalla Costa (1933-1961)
Giovanni Urbani (1962-1969)
Albino Luciani (1973-1978)
Marco Cé (1979-2014)

(1) Cristofori lists Orlando (?) in 1153 and Rolando Papareschi in 1159 as successors but Annuaire Pontifical Catholique indicates that it is a mistake.
(2) Cristofori lists a Cardinal Giovanni (1179-1182), who most probably is the same person because he then lists Giovanni de' Conti di Segni as occupant from 1183 to 1191.
(3) On May 8, 1288, Pope Nicholas IV (1288-1292) entrusted the care and administration of the title to Bartolomeo de S. Gemino, O.F.M.

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S. Marco in Agro Laurentino
Established in 1973 by Pope Paul VI (1963-1978).

Émile Biayenda (1973-1977)
Alexandre do Nascimento (1983-

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S. Maria ai Monti
Established by Pope John XXIII (1958-1963) on March 12, 1960, by the apostolic constitution E sacris almae.

Rufino Jiao Santos (1960-1973)
Jaime Lachica Sin (1976-2005)
Jorge Liberato Urosa Savino (2006-

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S. Maria Consolatrice al Tiburtino (Casal Bertone)
Established in 1969 by Pope Paul VI (1963-1978).

Jérôme Rakotomalala (1969-1975)
Joseph Ratzinger (1977-1993)
Ricardo María Carles Gordó (1994-2013)
Philippe Nakellentuba Ouédraogo (2014-

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S. Maria degli Angeli
This title was erected on May 15, 1565 by Pope Pius IV (1559-1565). It is also called S. Maria degli Angeli in Thermis and its church was entrusted to the Order of Carthusians.

Giovanni Antonio Serbelloni (1565-1570)
Prospero Santacroce (1570-1574)
Gianfrancesco Commendone (1574-1584) (1)
Simeone Tagliavia d'Aragonia (1585-1592)
Federico Borromeo, seniore (1593-1631)
Ernest Adalbert von Harrach (1632-1644)
Marzio Ginetti (1644-1646)
Niccolò Albergati-Ludovisi (1646-1666)
Virginio Orsini, O.S.Io.Hieros. (1666-1667)
Antonio Bichi (1667-1687)
Raimondo Capizucchi, O.P. (1687-1691)
Étienne Le Camus (1691-1707)
Giuseppe Vallemani (1707-1725)
Melchior de Polignac (1726-1741)
Camillo Cibo (1741-1743)
Giovanni Battista Spinola (1743-1751)
Girolamo Bardi (1753-1761)
Filippo Acciajuoli (1761-1766)
Giovanni Ottavio Bufalini (1766-1782)
Guglielmo Pallotta (1782-1795)
Ignazio Busca (1795-1803)
Filippo Casoni (1804-1811)
Vacant (1811-1816)
Giuseppe Morozzo della Rocca (1816-1842)
Mario Mattei (1842-1844)
Domenico Carafa della Spina (1844-1879)
Lajos Haynald (1879-1891)
Anton Joseph Gruscha (1891-1911)
Gennaro Granito Pignatelli di Belmonte (1911-1915)
Alfonso Maria Mistrangelo, Sch.P. (1915-1930)
Jean-Marie-Rodrigue Villeneuve, O.M.I. (1933-1947)
Vacant (1947-1953)
Paul Émile Léger, P.S.S. (1953-1991)
William Henry Keeler (1994-

(1) Hierarchia Catholica Medii et Recentoria Aevi, indicates that Cardinal Markus Sitticus von Hohenems may have occupied this title from 1577 to 1578 but that Cardinal Giovanni Francesco Commendone could not have opted for the title of S. Anastasia until 1584 and therefore, the former should not be listed among its occupants.

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S. Maria della Pace
Pope Sixtus V (1585-1590) established this title on April 13, 1587, by the apostolic constitution Religiosa.

Antonmaria Salviati (1587-1600)
Flaminio Piatti (1600-1613)
Giacomo Serra (1615-1623)
Alessandro d'Este (1623-1624)
Melchior Klesl (1624-1630)
Fabrizio Verospi (1633-1639)
Marcantonio Franciotti (1639-1666)
Giacomo Filippo Nini (1666-1680)
Stefano Brancaccio (1681-1682)
Carlo Barberini (1683-1685)
Giacomo Franzoni (1685-1687)
Augustyn Michał Stefan Radziejowski (1689-1705)
Lorenzo Fieschi (1706-1726)
Damian Hugo Philipp von Schönborn (1726-1743)
Carlo Alberto Guidiboni Cavalchini (1743-1759)
Antonio Marino Priuli (1759-1762)
Marcantonio Colonna, iuniore (1762-1784)
Vacant (1784-1789)
Ignazio Busca (1789-1795)
Carlo Bellisomi (1795-1807)
Vacant (1807-1817)
Antonio Gabriele Severoli (1817-1824)
Carlo Maria Pedicini (1828-1830)
Giuseppe Antonio Sala (1832-1839)
Charles Januarius Acton (1842-1846)
Pierre Giraud (1847-1850)
Juan José Bonel y Orbe (1854-1857)
Fernando de la Puente y Primo de Rivera (1862-1867)
Juan Ignacio Moreno y Maisonave (1869-1884)
Domenico Agostini (1886-1891)
Michael Logue (1893-1924)
Patrick O'Donnell (1925-1927)
August Hlond, S.D.B. (1927-1948)
Vacant (1948-1953)
Maurice Feltin (1953-1975)
Joseph Asajiro Satowaki (1979-1996)
Vacant (1996-2001)
Francisco Javier Errázuriz Ossa, Institute of the Fathers of Schönstatt (2001-

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S. Maria della Presentazione
Established by Pope Benedict XVI in 2007

Francisco Robles Ortega (2007-

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S. Maria della Salute a Primavalle
Established in 1969 by Pope Paul VI (1963-1978). The church is situated at Via Tommaso De Vio, 5, Rome.

George Bernard Flahiff, C.S.B. (1969-1989)
Antonio Quarracino (1991-1998)
Jean Honoré (2001-2013)
Kelvin Edward Felix (2014-

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S. Maria della Speranza
Established by Pope John Paul II in 2001

Óscar Andrés Rodríguez Maradiaga, S.D.B. (2001-

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S. Maria della Vittoria
This title was established on December 23, 1801 by Pope Pius VII (1800-1823), replacing that of S. Matteo in Merulana, which church was in very poor physical condition.

Michelangelo Luchi, O.S.B.Cas. (1801-1802)
Joseph Fesch (1803-1822); in commendam (1822-1839)
Ferdinando Maria Pignatelli, Theat. (1839-1853)
Adriano Fieschi (1853-1858)
Joseph Othmar von Rauscher (1858-1875)
Godefroy Brossais-Saint-Marc (1876-1878)
Louis-François-Desiré-Edouard Pie (1879-1880)
Lodovico Jacobini (1880-1887)
Elzéar-Alexandre Taschereau (1887-1898)
Giovanni Battista Casali del Drago (1899-1908)
François-Marie-Anatole de Rovérié de Cabrières (1911-1921)
Alexis Charost (1922-1930)
Angelo Maria Dolci (1933-1936)
Federico Tedeschini (1936-1951)
Giuseppe Siri (1953-1989)
Giuseppe Caprio (1990-2005)
Seán Patrick O'Malley, O.F.M.Cap. (2006-

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S. Maria delle Grazie a Via Trionfale
Established by Pope John Paul II in 1985.

Silvano Piovanelli (1985-

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S. Maria del Popolo
Pope Sixtus V (1585-1590) established this title on April 13, 1587, by the apostolic constitution Religiosa.

Tolomeo Gallio (1587)
Scipione Gonzaga (1588-1593)
Ottavio d'Acquaviva d'Aragona, seniore (1593-1602)
Francesco Mantica (1602-1614)
Filippo Filonardi (1614-1622)
Guido Bentivoglio (1622-1635)
Lelio Biscia (1637-1638)
Lelio Falconieri (1643-1648)
Mario Theodoli (1649-1650)
Fabio Chigi (1651-1655)
Giangiacomo Teodoro Trivulzio (1655-1656)
Flavio Chigi, seniore (1657-1686)
Savo Millini (1686-1689)
Francesco del Giudice (1690-1700)
Andrea Santacroce (1700-1712)
Agostino Cusani (1713-1730)
Camillo Cibo (1731-1741)
Francesco Ricci (1743-1755)
Franz Konrad Kasimir Ignaz von Rodt (1758-1775)
Giovanni Carlo Bandi (1775-1784)
Giovanni Maria Riminaldi (1785-1787)
Francesco Maria Pignatelli (1794-1800)
Ferdinando Maria Saluzzo (1801-1804)
Vacant (1804-1817)
Francesco Caesarei Leoni (1817-1830)
Francisco Javier de Cienfuegos y Jovellanos (1831-1847)
Jacques-Marie-Antoine-Célestin Dupont (1847-1859)
Carlo Sacconi (1861-1870)
Vacant (1870-1874)
Flavio Chigi (1874-1885)
Alfonso Capecelatro di Castelpagano, Orat. (1886-1912)
José María Cos y Macho (1912-1919)
Juan Soldevilla Romero (1919-1923)
George William Mundelein (1924-1939)
Vacant (1939-1946)
James Charles McGuigan (1946-1974)
Hyacinthe Thiandoum (1976-2004)
Stanisław Dziwisz (2006-

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S. Maria Domenica Mazzarello
Established by Pope John Paul II in 2001.

Ignacio Antonio Velasco García, S.D.B. (2001-2003)
George Pell (2003-

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S. Maria Immacolata di Lourdes a Boccea
Established by Pope John Paul II in 1985.

Juan Francisco Fresno Larraín (1985-2004)
Nicholas Cheong Jin-Suk (2006-

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S. Maria in Ara Coeli
This title, also known as S. Maria in Capitolio, was established on July 6, 1517 by Pope Leo X (1513-1521) just after he greatly increased the number of cardinals in the consistory of July 1, 1517. It was was suppressed ten years later, on April 17, 1527, by Pope Clement VII (1523-1534) with the Brief Cum olim felicis recordationis. It was restored provisionally in 1544 by Pope Paul III (1534-1547) and definitively, on December 4, 1551, by Pope Julius III (1550-1555). The church is served by the Friars Minor.

Cristofor Numai, O.F.M.Obs. (1517-1528)
Title suppressed (1528-1544)
Francisco Mendoza de Bobadilla (1545-1550)
Giovanni Michele Saraceni (1551-1557)
Clemente d'Olera, O.F.M.Obs. (1557-1568)
Alessandro Crivelli (1570-1574)
Alessandro Riario (1578-1585)
Giovanni Battista Castrucci (1586-1592)
Francesco Maria Bourbon del Monte Santa Maria (1592-1611)
Agostino Galamini, O.P. (1611-1639)
Ascanio Filomarino (1642-1666)
Carlo Roberti (1667-1673)
Giacomo Franzoni (1673-1685)
Giacomo de Angelis (1686-1695)
Gianfrancesco Negroni (1696-1713)
Giovanni Battista Bussi (1713-1726)
Lorenzo Cozza (1727-1729)
Alamanno Salviati (1730-1733)
Marcello Passeri (1733-1741)
Carlo Leopoldo Calcagnini (1743-1746)
Carlo Rezzonico, seniore (1747-1755)
Luigi Mattei (1756-1758)
Johannes Theodor von Bayern (1759-1761)
Baldassare Cenci (1762-1763)
Nicola Oddi (1766-1767)
Vitaliano Borromeo (1768-1783)
Innocenzo Conti (1783-1785)
Alessandro Mattei (1786-1800)
Francesco Maria Locatelli (1803-1811)
Vacant (1811-1816)
Giovanni Battista Quarantotti (1816-1820)
Fabrizio Turriozzi (1823-1826)
Giacomo Filippo Fransoni (1828-1855)
Francesco Gaude, O.P. (1855-1857)
Giuseppe Milesi Pironi Ferretti (1858-1870)
Vacant (1870-1874)
Maximilian Joseph von Tarnóczy (1874-1876)
Mieczysław Halka Ledóchowski (1876-1896)
Francesco di Paola Satolli (1896-1903)
Beniamino Cavicchioni (1903-1911)
Diomede Falconio, O.F.M. (1911-1914)
Basilio Pompilj (1914-1917)
Filippo Camassei (1919-1921)
Juan Bautista Benlloch Vivó (1921-1926)
Jozef-Ernest van Roey (1927-1961)
Juan Landázuri Ricketts, O.F.M. (1962-1997)
Salvatore De Giorgi (1998-

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S. Maria in Montserrato degli Spagnoli
Established by Pope John Paul II in 2003.

Carlos Amigo Vallejo, O.F.M. (2003-

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S. Maria in Traspontina
Pope Sixtus V (1585-1590) established this title on April 13, 1587, by the apostolic constitution Religiosa.

Juan Hurtado de Mendoza (1589-1592)
Francisco de Toledo Herrera, S.J. (1593-1596)
Lorenzo Priuli (1596-1600)
Erminio Valenti (1604-1618)
Alessandro Ludovisi (1618-1621)
Ludovico Ludovisi (1621-1623)
Federico Federico Cornaro, iuniore (1626-1627)
Vacant (1627-1634)
Cesare Monti (1634-1650)
Giacomo Corradi (1652-1666)
Giannicolò Conti (1666-1691)
Vacant (1691-1696)
Giuseppe Sacripante (1696-1721)
Luis Belluga y Moncada, Orat. (1721-1726)
Giuseppe Accoramboni (1728-1740)
Marcello Crescenzi (1743-1768)
Vacant (1768-1776)
Guido Calcagnini (1776-1803)
Vacant (1803-1816)
Francesco Saverio Castiglioni (1816-1821)
Anna-Louis-Henri de La Fare (1823-1829)
Vacant (1829-1835)
Placido Maria Tadini, O.C.D. (1835-1847)
Giuseppe Cosenza (1850-1863)
Gustav Adolf von Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst (1866-1879)
Gaetano Alimonda (1879-1891)
Luigi Ruffo Scilla (1891-1895)
Camillo Mazzella, S.J. (1896-1897)
José María Martín de Herrera y de la Iglesia (1898-1922)
Giovanni Battista Nasalli Rocca di Corneliano (1923-1952)
Giovanni Lercaro (1953-1976)
Gerald Emmett Carter (1979-2003)
Marc Ouellet, S.S.P. (2003-

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S. Maria in Trastevere
Pope Saint Alexander I (108 or 109-116 or 119) established the title of S. Maria ca. 112. Pope Saint Calixtus I (218-222) confirmed it ca. 221. Pope Pope Saint Julius I (337-352) changed its name to Iulii. Later, in 595, it became the title of Giulio e Callisto. In the first half of the 8th Century it was known as S. Madre di Dio, and during the pontificate of Saint Leo III (795-816) its name was changed to S. Maria in Trastevere. According to the catalog of Pietro Mallio, composed during the pontificate of Alexander III (1159-1181), this title was attached to Saint Peter's Basilica and its priests were to celebrate mass there in turn.

Paolino (494-?)
Settimio (499)
Marcellino (499-before 514)
Giovanni Celio (514-?)
Pietro (590-?)
Talasio (721-before 745)
Anastasio (745-before 761)
Andrea (761-?)
Benedetto (853-855)
Adriano (964-before 972)
Benedetto (972-before 993)
Crescenzio (993-before 1026)
Giovanni (ca. 1025-before 1049)
Guido (1049-before 1061)
Giovanni Minuzzo (1061-ca. 1067)
Ubaldo (ca. 1067-before 1077)
Falco (1077-before 1088)
Gregorio Paparoni (1088-ca. 1099)
Giovanni, O.S.B. (1099-ca. 1106)
Errico (1106-ca. 1112)
Pietro (ca. 1112-ca. 1120)
Pietro Pierleoni (1120-1130)
Gionata, iuniore (1130-?), pseudocardinal of Antipope Anacletus II
Badouin, O.Cist. (1137-1138?)
Gregorio (1138-1155)
Guido da Crema (1157-1159)
Vacant (1159-1179) (?)
Laborante (1179-1190)
Guy Paré, O.Cist. (1190-1199)
Guido de Papa (1199-1207) (1)
Stefano de Normandis dei Conti (1228-1254) (2)
Vacant (1254-130) (?)
Guillaume d'Aigrefeuille, seniore, O.S.B. (1350-1368)
Pierre d'Estaing, O.S.B. (1370-1373)
Vacant (1373-1378) (?)
Philippe d'Alençon de Valois (1378-1380); in commendam (1388-1397)
Niccolò Brancaccio (1378-1388), pseudocardinal of Antipope Clement VII
Ludovico Bonito (1408-1413)
Rinaldo Brancaccio, in commendam (1413-1427) (3)
Gabriele Condulmer (ca. 1426/1427-1431)
Vacant (1431-1440)
Gerardo Landriani Capitani (1440-1445) (4)
Juan de Torquemada, O.P. (1446-1460)
Amico Agnifilo (1469-1476)
Stefano Nardini (1476-1484)
Jorge da Costa (1484-1491)
Vacant (1491-1496)
Juan Lôpez (1496-1501)
Juan Castellary de Borja (1503-1505)
Marco Vigerio della Rovere, O.F.M. (1505-1511)
Bandinello Sauli, in commendam (1511-1516); occupant (1516-1517); (deposed and reinstated in 1517); no new title assigned
Achille de Grassi (1517-1523)
Francesco Armellini de' Medici, (1523-1528)
Lorenzo Campeggio (1528-1534)
Antonio Sanseverino, O.S.Io.Hier. (1534-1537)
Gianvincenzo Carafa (1537-1539)
Marino Grimani (1539-1541)
Francesco Cornaro, seniore (1541)
Antonio Pucci (1541-1542)
Philippe de la Chambre, O.S.B. (1542-1543)
Gian Pietro Carafa (1543-1544)
Rodolfo Pio (1544-1553)
Juan Álvarez de Toledo (1553)
Miguel de Silva (1553-1556)
Giovanni Girolamo Morone (1556-1560)
Cristoforo Madruzzo (1560-1561)
Otto von Truchsess von Waldburg (1561-1562)
Tiberio Crispi (1562-1565)
Giovanni Michele Saraceni (1565-1566)
Giovanni Ricci (1566-1570)
Scipione Rebiba (1570-1573)
Giacomo Savelli (1573-1577)
Giovanni Antonio Serbelloni (1577-1578)
Antoine Perrenot de Granvelle (1578)
Stanisław Hosius (1578-1579)
Gianfrancesco Gambara (1579-1580)
Markus Sittich von Hohenems (1580-1595)
Giulio Antonio Santorio (1595-1597)
Girolamo Rusticucci (1597-1598)
Girolamo Simoncelli (1598-1600)
Alessandro Ottaviano de' Medici (1600)
Antonmaria Salviati (1600-1602)
Domenico Pinelli, seniore (1602-1603)
Antonmaria Sauli (1603-1607)
Mariano Pierbenedetti (1607-1608)
Gregorio Petrocchini, O.E.S.A. (1608-1611)
Francesco Maria Bourbon del Monte Santa Maria (1611-1612)
Pietro Aldobrandini (1612-1620)
Bartolomeo Cesi (1620-1621)
Bonifazio Bevilacqua (1621-1623)
Franz Seraph von Dietrischstein (1623-1636)
Giulio Savelli (1636-1639)
Guido Bentivolgio (1639-1641)
Cosimo de Torres (1641-1642)
Antonio Barberini, seniore (1642-1646)
Federico Cornaro, iuniore (1646-1652)
Giulio Cesare Sacchetti (1652)
Marzio Ginetti (1652-1653)
Girolamo Colonna (1653-1659)
Giovanni Battista Maria Pallotta (1659-1661)
Ulderico Carpegna (1661-1666)
Niccolò Albergati-Ludovisi (1666-1676)
Luigi Omodei (1676-1677)
Pietro Vito Ottoboni (1677-1680)
Francesco Albizzi (1680-1681)
Carlo Pio, iuniore (1681-1683)
Decio Azzolini, iuniore (1683-1684)
Paluzzo Paluzzi Altieri degli Albertoni (1684-1689)
Giulio Spinola (1689)
Gasparo Carpegna (1689-1698)
Giambattista Spinola, seniore (1698-1704)
Urbano Sacchetti (1704-1705)
Leandro di Colloredo,, Orat. (1705-1709)
Tommaso Ruffo (1709-1726)
Pier Marcellino Corradini (1726-1734)
Giorgio Spinola (1734-1737)
Luis Belluga y Moncada, Orat. (1737-1738)
Francesco Antonio Finy (1738-1740)
Giuseppe Accoramboni (1740-1743)
Francesco Antonio Finy (1743)
Francesco Broghese (1743-1752)
Giuseppe Spinelli (1752-1753)
Joaquín Fernández Portocarrero (1753-1756)
Camiilo Paolucci (1756-1758)
Giacomo Oddi (1758-1759)
Henry Benedict Mary Clement Stuart of York (1759-1761); in commendam (1761-1763)
Fabrizio Serbelloni (1763)
Pietro Colonna Pamphili (1766-1780)
Giovanni Ottavio Manciforte Sperelli (1781)
Vacant (1781-1789)
Tommaso Antici (1789-1798)
Francesco Maria Pignatelli (1800-1815)
Annibale della Genga Sermattei (1816-1823)
Gianfrancesco Falzacappa (1823-1830)
Raffaele Mazio (1832)
Benedetto Barberini (1832-1856); in commendam (1856-1863)
Vacant (1863-1874)
Alessandro Franchi (1874-1878)
Lorenzo Nina (1879-1885)
James Gibbons (1887-1921)
Giovanni Tacci (1921-1928)
Pedro Segura Sáenz (1929-1957)
Stefan Wyszyński (1957-1981)
Józef Glemp (1983-2013)
Loris Francesco Capovilla (2014-

(1) According to Cristofori, Cardinal Guy Paré (or Poré), O.Cis., occupied this title from 1190 to 1200 and Cardinal Guido Papareschi from 1200 to 1207.
(2) According to Cristofori, Cardinal Matteo Rosso Orsini was commendatario from 1286 to 1305; and Cardinal Giacomo Caetani Stefaneschi (or Gaetani), from 1305 to 1343. Following the latter, and as uncertain (with a ?), Cristofori lists, as occupants of this title, Cardinals Domenico Serrano, O. de M. (1348-1356), and Juan Lasso, O. de M. (1361-1366).
(3) Cristofori lists him as commendatario from 1408 to 1427.
(4) According to Cristofori, Cardinal Juan de Torquemada, O.P. occupied the title from 1446 to 1468 and then was commendatario from 1461 to 1468 (notice the overlap); he was followed by Cardinals Amico Agnifilo della Rocca (1469-1476); Stefano Nardini (1476-1484); also listed are Pseudocardinals Juan de Villaviciosa y Segobia (1444-1449); and Giorgio de Viseu (1440-1445).

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S. Maria in Vallicella
On December 18, 1937, by the apostolic constitution Quum S. Thomæ in Parione, Pope Pius XI (1922-1939) suppressed the title of S. Tommaso in Parione because of the poor physical condition of its church and transferred it to S. Maria in Vallicella.

Vacant (1937-1946)
Benedetto Aloisi Masella (1946-1948)
Francesco Borgongini Duca (1953-1954)
Paolo Giobbe (1958-1972)
James Robert Knox (1973-1983)
Edward Bede Clancy (1988-2014)

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S. Maria in Via
This title was established on December 4, 1551 by Pope Julius III (1550-1555).

Fulvio Giulio della Corgna, O.S.Hier. (1551-1555)
Giacomo Púteo (1555-1563)
Alessandro Sforza (1565-1581)
Vacant (1581-1585)
Vincenzo Lauro (1585-1589)
Gianfrancesco Morosini (1590-1596)
Silvio Savelli (1596-1599)
Roberto Bellarmino, S.J. (1599-1620)
Stefano Pignatelli (1621-1623)
Vacant (1623-1630)
Gil Carrillo de Albronoz (1630-1643)
Francesco Angelo Rapaccioli (1643-1650)
Carlo Rossetti (1653-1654)
Francesco Albizzi (1654-1671)
César d'Estrées (1672-1675)
Carlo Carafa della Spina (1675-1680)
Vacant (1680-1689)
Francesco Maidalchini (1689-1691)
Vacant (1691-1696)
Giacomo Boncompagni (1696-1724)
Melchior de Polignac (1724-1725)
Francesco Antonio Finy (1728-1729)
Carlo Vincenzo Ferreri, O.P. (1729-1742)
Giuseppe Pozzobonelli (1743-1758)
Pietro Francesco Bussi (1759-1765)
Antonio Colonna Branciforte (1767-1786)
Vacant (1786-1801)
Girolamo della Porta (1801-1802)
Michele di Pietro (1802-1816)
Giorgio Doria Pamphilj (1816-1818)
Vacant (1818-1823)
Carlo Maria Pedicini (1823-1828)
Vacant (1828-1837)
Luigi Amat di San Filippo e Sorso (1837-1852)
François-Auguste-Ferdinand Donnet (1853-1882)
François-Marie-Benjamin Richard de la Vergne (1889-1908)
Agostino Richelmy (1911-1923)
Patrick Joseph Hayes (1924-1938)
Vacant (1938-1946)
Thomas Tien ken-Sin, S.V.D. (1946-1967)
Vacant (1967-1973)
Paul Yoshigoro Taguchi (1973-1978)
Joseph-Marie Trinh Van Can (1979-1990)
Egano Righi-Lambertini (1990-2000)
Antonio José González Zumárraga (2001-2008)
Raúl Eduardo Vela Chiriboga (2010-

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S. Maria Madre della Provvidenza a Monte Verde
This title was established in 1973 by Pope Paul VI (1963-1978).

Luis Aponte Martínez (1973-2012)
Orani João Tempesta, O.Cist. (2014-

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S. Maria Madre del Redentore a Tor Bellamonica
This title was established by Pope John Paul II in 1988.

James Aloysius Hickey (1988-2004)
Joseph Zen Ze-Kiun, S.D.B. (2006-

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S. Maria Nuova (later S. Francesca in Foro Romano)
This title was established on March 17, 1887 by Pope Leo XIII (1878-1903). It had probably been erected, as a deaconry, ca. 600 by Pope Saint Gregory I the Great (590-604) and suppressed on August 8, 1661 by Pope Alexander VII (1655-1667), who transferred it to the new diaconal church of S. Maria della Scala.

Charles-Philippe Place (1887-1893)
Léon-Benoit-Charles Thomas (1893-1894)
Joseph-Christian-Ernest Bourret (1894-1896)
Joseph- Marie-Guillaume Labouré (1898-1906)
Louis-Henri-Joseph Luçon (1907-1930)
Francesco Marchetti Selvaggiani (1930-1936)
Enrico Sibilia (1936-1939)
Adam Stefan Sapieha (1946-1951)
Joseph Wendel (1953-1960)
Luis Concha Córdoba (1961-1975)
Emmanuel Kiwanuka Nsubuga (1976-1991)
Angelo Sodano (1991-1994); in commendam (1994-

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S. Maria "Regina Mundi" a Torre Spaccata
Established by Pope John Paul II in 1988. The church is located at Via Alessandro Barbosi, 6, Rome.

Simon Ignatius Pimenta (1988-2013)
Orlando Beltran Quevedo, O.M.I. (2014-

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S. Maria "Regina Pacis" a Monte Verde
Established in 1969 by Pope Paul VI (1963-1978). From 1970 until 1973, the title was listed in Annuario Pontificio as Nostra Signora "Regina Pacis".

Joseph Parecattil (1969-1987)
Antony Padiyara (1988-2000)
Francisco Álvarez Martínez (2001-

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S. Maria "Regina Pacis" in Ostia mare
Established in 1973 by Pope Paul VI (1963-1978).

James Darcy Freeman (1973-1991)
Paul-Joseph Pham Ðinh Tung (1994-2009)
Laurent Monsengwo Pasinya (2010-

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S. Maria sopra Minerva
This title was erected on March 24, 1557 by Pope Paul IV (1555-1559).

Michele Ghislieri, O.P. (1557-1561)
Michele Bonelli, O.P. (1566-1589)
Girolamo Bernerio, O.P. (1589-1602)
Francesco Maria Tarugi, Orat. (1602-1608)
Filippo Spinelli (1608-1616)
Ladislao d'Aquino (1616-1621)
Giulio Roma (1621-1639)
Giambattista Altieri (1643-1654)
Jean François-Paul de Gondi de Retz (1655-1679)
Philip Thomas Howard of Norfolk (1679-1694)
José Sáenz de Aguirre (1694-1699)
Louis-Antoine de Noailles (1701-1729)
Agostino Pipia, O.P. (1729-1730)
Philip Ludwig von Sinzendorf (1730-1747)
Daniele Delfino (1747-1758)
Giuseppe Pozzobonelli (1758-1770)
Scipione Borghese (1770-1782)
Tommaso Maria Ghilini (1783-1787)
Vincenzo Ranuzzi (1787-1800)
Giulio Maria della Somaglia (1801-1814)
Francesco Fontana, C.R.S.P. (1816-1822)
Francesco Bertazzoli (1823-1828)
Benedetto Barberini (1829-1832)
Giuseppe Maria Velzi, O.P. (1832-1836)
Antonio Francesco Orioli, O.F.M.Conv. (1838-1850)
Raffaele Fornari (1851-1854)
Guilherme Henriques de Carvalho (1854-1857)
Francesco Gaude (1857-1860)
Gaetano Bedini (1861-1864)
Matteo Eustachio Gonella (1868-1870)
John McCloskey (1875-1885)
Zeferino González y Díaz Tuñón, O.P., 1887-1894)
Egidio Mauri, O.P. (1895-1896)
Serafino Cretoni (1896-1909)
John Murphy Farley (1911-1918)
Teodoro Valfrè di Bonzo (1919-1922)
Stanislas-Arthur-Xavier Touchet (1922-1926)
Giuseppe Gamba (1926-1929)
Giulio Serafini (1930-1938)
Eugène Tisserant (1939-1946)
Clemente Micara (1946); in commendam (1946-1965)
Antonio Samorè (1967-1974)
Dino Staffa (1976-1977)
Anastasio Alberto Ballestrero, O.C.D. (1979-1998)
Cormac Murphy-O'Connor (2001-

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S. Martino ai Monti
See Ss. Silvestro e Martino ai Monti.

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Ss. Martino e Silvestro ai Monti
See Ss. Silvestro e Martino ai Monti.

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Ss. Martiri dell'Uganda a Poggio Ameno
Established by Pope John Paul II in 1988.

Christian Wiyghan Tumi (1988-

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S. Matteo in Merulana
The title Sancti Matthaei was was erected ca. 112 by Pope Saint Alexander I. It was listed in the Roman Synod of March 1, 499. Pope Saint Gregory I the Great (590-604) suppressed it in 600 and substituted it with the already existing title of S. Stefano al Monte Celio but that substitution seems not to have taken place. It was restored by Pope Leo X (1513-1521) when he increased the number of cardinals in the consistory of July 1, 1517. Pope Pius VI (1775-1799) had stopped assigning it as a title since 1776 because its church was dilapidated. On December 23, 1801, Pope Pius VII (1800-1823) suppressed this title and transferred it to S. Maria della Vittoria.

Andrea (494-?) (1)
Title suppressed in 600
Title restablished in 1517
Cristoforo Numai, O.F.M.Obs. (1517)
Egidio de Viterbo, O.E.S.A. (1517-1530)
Vacant (1530-1537)
Charles de Hémard de Denonville (1537-1540)
Vacant (1540-1546)
Bartolomé de la Cueva y Toledo (1546-1551)
Girolamo Dandini (1551-1555)
Gianbernardino Scotti, Theat. (1556-1568)
Jérôme Souchier, O.Cist.(1569-1571)
Vacant (1571-1586)
Decio Azzolini, seniore (1586-1587)
Giovanni Evangelista Pallotta (1588-1603)
Giovanni Delfino (1604-1605)
Roberto Bellarmino, S.J. (opted for the title on June 1, 1605 but never obtained it)
Antonio Zapata y Cisneros (1605-1606)
Vacant (1606-1617)
Roberto Ubaldini (1617)
Francesco Sforza (1617-1618)
Francesco Sacrati (1621-1623)
(1623-1670)
Francesco Maria Mancini (1670-1672)
Francesco Nerli, iuniore (1673-1704)
Vacant (1704-1716)
Nicola Grimaldi (1716-1717)
Giovanni Battista Altieri, iuniore (1724-1739)
Vincenzo Bichi (1740-1743)
Fortunato Tamburini, O.S.B.Cas. (1743-1753)
Luigi Mattei (1753-1756)
Alberico Archinto (1756)
Andrea Corsini (1769-1776)
Vacant (1776-1801)
Title suppressed in 1801

(1) Cristofori lists Matteo as its occupant in 494. Annuaire Pontifical Catholique indicates that he probably confused the name of the titular with that of the title.

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