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The Episcopal Lineage of Pope Clement XIV

Lorenzo Ganganelli, O.F.M.Conv, Pope Clement XIV. Ordained bishop 28 May 1769 in Saint Peter’s Basilica, Rome, by Federico Marcello Cardinal Lante, Bishop of Porto e Santa Rufina, Vice Dean of the Sacred College of Cardinals, assisted by Giovanni Francesco Cardinal Albani, Bishop of Sabina, and Henry Benedict Mary Clement Stuart, Duke of York, Bishop of Frascati.

Federico Marcello Lante, Titular Archbishop of Petra in Palaestina, President of the Legation of Urbino. Ordained bishop 19 October 1732 in Urbino, in the Metropolitan Cathedral, by Annibale Cardinal Albani, Bishop of Sabina, assisted by Eustachio Palma, Bishop of Fossombrone, and Bartolomeo Castelli, Bishop of Senigallia.

Annibale Albani, Cardinal and Bishop of Sabina. Ordained bsihop 15 August 1730 in the chapel of the choir of Saint Peter’s Basilica, Rome, by Francesco Cardinal Barberini, Dean of the Sacred College of Cardinals, Bishop of Ostia e Veletri, Prefect of the Sacred Congregation of Bishops and Regulars, assisted by Tommaso Cervini, Titular Archbishop of Nicomedia, and Raniero Felice Simonetti, Titular Archbishop of Nicosia.

Francesco Barberini, Cardinal and Bishop of Palestrina. Ordained bishop 16 March 1721 in the monastic Church of the Holy Incarnation of the Discalced Carmelites, called the Barberine Monastery, by Fabrizio Cardinal Paulucci, Bishop of Albano and Secretary of State of His Holiness, assisted by Vincenzo Petra, Titular Archbishop of Damascus, and Bernardo Maria Conti, O.S.B., former Bishop of Terracina.

Fabrizio Paulucci, Bishop of Macerata e Tolentino. Ordained bishop 6 May 1685 in the Church of San Filippo, Rome, by Gaspare Cardinal Carpegna, Vicar of Rome, assisted by …, Bishop of …, and …, Bishop of ….

Gaspare Carpegna, Titular Archbishop of Nicaea. Ordained bishop 22 June 1670 in the Church of San Silvestro in Capite, Rome, by Paluzzo (Paluzzi degli Albertoni) Cardinal Altieri, Archbishop of Ravenna, assisted by Stefano Ugolini, Titular Patriarch of Constantinople, and Francesco Marini, Bishop of Molfetta.

For the continuation of this lineage, please see the lineage of Pope Francis.