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The term cardinal at one time applied to any priest permanently assigned or incardinated to a church,  or specifically to the senior priest of an important church, based on the Latin cardo hinge , meaning "principal" or "chief".
The term was applied in this sense as early as the ninth century to the priests of the tituli parishes of the diocese of Rome.
In Rome the first persons to be called cardinals were the deacons of the seven regions of the city at the beginning of the 6th century, when the word began to mean "principal," "eminent," or "superior.
By the 8th century the Roman cardinals constituted a privileged class among the Roman clergy. They took part in the administration of the church of Rome and in the papal liturgy.
By decree of a synod of , only a cardinal was eligible to become bishop of Rome. Cardinals were granted the privilege of wearing the red hat by Pope Innocent IV in In cities other than Rome, the name cardinal began to be applied to certain church men as a mark of honour.
The earliest example of this occurs in a letter sent by Pope Zacharias in to Pippin III the Short , ruler of the Franks , in which Zacharias applied the title to the priests of Paris to distinguish them from country clergy.
This meaning of the word spread rapidly, and from the 9th century various episcopal cities had a special class among the clergy known as cardinals.
The use of the title was reserved for the cardinals of Rome in by Pius V. According to this historic council "nothing is more necessary to the Church of God than that the holy Roman pontiff apply that solicitude which by the duty of his office he owes the universal Church in a very special way by associating with himself as cardinals the most select persons only, and appoint to each church most eminently upright and competent shepherds; and this the more so, because our Lord Jesus Christ will require at his hands the blood of the sheep of Christ that perish through the evil government of shepherds who are negligent and forgetful of their office.
The earlier influence of temporal rulers, notably the French kings, reasserted itself through the influence of cardinals of certain nationalities or politically significant movements.
Traditions even developed entitling certain monarchs, including those of Austria, Spain, and France, to nominate one of their trusted clerical subjects to be created cardinal, a so-called crown-cardinal.
In early modern times, cardinals often had important roles in secular affairs. In some cases, they took on powerful positions in government. For a time this power was assigned exclusively to the cardinal bishops, but in the Third Lateran Council restored the right to the whole body of cardinals.
In Pope Sixtus V limited the number of cardinals to When it took effect on 1 January , it deprived twenty-five cardinals of the right to participate in a conclave.
Pope Paul VI also increased the number of cardinal bishops by assigning that rank, in , to patriarchs of the Eastern Catholic Churches when named cardinals.
Each cardinal takes on a titular church , either a church in the city of Rome or one of the suburbicarian sees. The only exception is for patriarchs of Eastern Catholic Churches.
They often support their churches monetarily, and many Cardinals do keep in contact with the pastoral staffs of their titular churches. The Dean of the College of Cardinals in addition to such a titular church also receives the titular bishopric of Ostia , the primary suburbicarian see.
Cardinals governing a particular Church retain that church. In , Pope Urban VIII decreed their title to be Eminence previously, it had been "illustrissimo" and "reverendissimo" [b] and decreed that their secular rank would equate to Prince, making them secondary only to the Pope and crowned monarchs.
In accordance with tradition, they sign by placing the title "Cardinal" abbreviated Card. Some writers, such as James-Charles Noonan,  hold that, in the case of cardinals, the form used for signatures should be used also when referring to them in English.
Official sources such as the Catholic News Service  say that the correct form for referring to a cardinal in English is normally as "Cardinal [First name] [Surname]".
This is the rule given also in stylebooks not associated with the Catholic Church. In Latin, the [First name] Cardinal [Surname] order is used in the proclamation of the election of a new pope by the cardinal protodeacon, [e] if the new pope is a cardinal, as he has been since Cardinal bishops cardinals of the episcopal order are among the most senior prelates of the Catholic Church.
Though in modern times most cardinals are also bishops, the term "cardinal bishop" only refers to the cardinals who are titular bishops of one of the seven suburbicarian sees.
In early times, the privilege of papal election was not reserved to the cardinals, and for centuries the person elected was customarily a Roman priest and never a bishop from elsewhere.
To preserve apostolic succession the rite of consecrating him a bishop had to be performed by someone who was already a bishop. The rule remains that, if the person elected Pope is not yet a bishop, he is consecrated by the Dean of the College of Cardinals, the Cardinal Bishop of Ostia.
There are seven suburbicarian sees: Since , the cardinal bishops have only a titular relationship with the suburbicarian sees, with no powers of governance over them.
The current cardinal bishops of the suburbicarian dioceses are given in the table below along with those Cardinals whose titular churches were co-opted to suburbicarian rank in June Those over 80 years of age are ineligible to participate in a Papal conclave.
Since then, cardinals have been advanced to cardinal bishop exclusively by papal appointment. Those appointed to be cardinal-bishops are usually already cardinals, but their seniority within the order of cardinal bishops is determined by the date of their elevation to the order of cardinal bishop, rather than by the date they originally became cardinals of a lesser order.
On June 26, , it was announced that, corresponding to the expansion in cardinal priests and cardinal deacons in recent decades, there would be an expansion in cardinal bishops of Roman titles.
Four cardinals, effective June 28, were elevated to this rank by having their titular churches co-opted to suburbicarian rank. The Dean of the College of Cardinals, or Cardinal Dean, is the primus inter pares of the College of Cardinals , elected by the Latin Church cardinal bishops from among their own number, an election, however, that must be approved by the Pope.
The position of Dean formerly belonged by right to the longest-serving of the cardinal bishops. Unlike the other cardinal bishops, they do not participate in electing the dean nor can they be chosen dean.
If a Latin Church prelate who carries the title patriarch, such as that of Venice or Lisbon , becomes a cardinal, he ranks as a cardinal priest, not automatically as a cardinal bishop, unless specifically appointed as one.
Cardinal priests are the most numerous of the three orders of cardinals in the Catholic Church, ranking above the cardinal deacons and below the cardinal bishops.
In modern times, the name "cardinal priest" is interpreted as meaning a cardinal who is of the order of priests.
Originally, however, this referred to certain key priests of important churches of the Diocese of Rome, who were recognized as the cardinal priests, the important priests chosen by the pope to advise him in his duties as Bishop of Rome the Latin cardo means "hinge".
Certain clerics in many dioceses at the time, not just that of Rome, were said to be the key personnel—the term gradually became exclusive to Rome to indicate those entrusted with electing the bishop of Rome, the pope.
While the cardinalate has long been expanded beyond the Roman pastoral clergy and Roman Curia , every cardinal priest has a titular church in Rome, though they may be bishops or archbishops elsewhere, just as cardinal bishops are given one of the suburbicarian dioceses around Rome.
While the number of cardinals was small from the times of the Roman Empire to the Renaissance , and frequently smaller than the number of recognized churches entitled to a cardinal priest, in the 16th century the College expanded markedly.
In , Pope Sixtus V sought to arrest this growth by fixing the maximum size of the College at 70, including 50 cardinal priests, about twice the historical number.
This limit was respected until , and the list of titular churches modified only on rare occasions, generally when a building fell into disrepair.
Today there are close to titular churches, out of over churches in Rome. The cardinal who is the longest-serving member of the order of cardinal priests is titled cardinal protopriest.
He had certain ceremonial duties in the conclave that have effectively ceased because he would generally have already reached age 80, at which cardinals are barred from the conclave.
The current cardinal protopriest is Michael Michai Kitbunchu of Thailand. The cardinal deacons are the lowest-ranking cardinals. Cardinals elevated to the diaconal order are either officials of the Roman Curia or priests elevated after their 80th birthday.
Bishops with diocesan responsibilities, however, are created cardinal priests. Cardinal deacons are given title to one of these deaconries.
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