Cardinal Priests 

Cardinals Priests are those Cardinals who hold the middle, and by far the most numerous, rank of the College of Cardinals. They include officials of the Roman Curia, as well as Archbishops of major dioceses from around the world. Cardinal Priests hold title to a particular church of the Roman See, a dim historical reflection of the very early practice of the clergy of Rome participating in the election of the Pope. Within the rank of Cardinal Priest cardinals hold seniority based on date of appointment, and may even advance by promotion to the higher grade of Cardinal Bishop.


Cardinal Priests Ecclesiastical Office

Turcotte, Jean-Claude Archbishop Emeritus of Montreal
Turkson, Peter Kodwo Appiah President of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace
Urosa Savino, Jorge Liberato Archbishop of Caracas
Vallini, Agostino Vicar General for the diocese of Rome
Vela Chiriboga, Raúl Eduardo Archbishop Emeritus of Quito
Vidal, Ricardo J. Archbishop Emeritus of Cebu
Vingt-Trois, André Armand Archbishop of Paris
Vlk, Miloslav Archbishop Emeritus of Prague
Wako, Gabriel Zubeir Archbishop of Khartoum, Sudan
Wamala, Emmanuel Archbishop Emeritus of Kampala
Wetter, Friedrich Archbishop Emeritus of Munich & Freising
Williams, Thomas Stafford Archbishop Emeritus of Wellington
Woelki, Rainer Maria Archbishop of Berlin
Wuerl, Donald William Archbishop of Washington
Yeom Soo Jung, Andrew Archbishop of Seoul, Korea
Zen Ze-kiun, Joseph Bishop Emeritus of Hong Kong
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