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Pope Francis names 20 new cardinals
Pope Francis has named 20 new cardinals, including churchmen from Tonga, Ethiopia and Myanmar.
Fifteen of the new appointees are under 80, making them eligible to enter a conclave to elect the Pope’s successor.
Pope Francis said the appointment of cardinals from 14 countries from every continent in the world showed the Vatican’s “inseparable link” with Catholic Churches around the world.
They will be formally installed on 14 February.
Pope Francis also announced on Sunday that he would lead of meeting of all cardinals to discuss reform of the Roman Curia, the Vatican’s administrative body, on 12 and 13 February.
The list of names includes five retired bishops who will join the College of Cardinals but are over 80 and so cannot take part in a papal election.
The College of Cardinals is made up of the Church’s most senior officials who are usually ordained bishops
It is the second time Pope Francis has announced the appointment of new cardinals from a wide variety of countries.
Last January he named 19 new additions, including churchmen from Haiti and Burkina Faso, which a Vatican spokesman said reflected his commitment to the poor.
Appointing cardinals is the most powerful way for the Pope to shape the Catholic Church, says the BBC’s Religious Affairs Correspondent Caroline Wyatt.
He has now chosen over a quarter of all cardinals able to vote for the next Pope.
With his appointments, Pope Francis appears to be trying to reflect the diversity and growth of the Church in developing nations, our correspondent adds.
In his a pre-Christmas address to cardinals, Pope Francis sharply criticised the Vatican bureaucracy, complaining of “spiritual Alzheimer’s” and “the terrorism of gossip”.
He wants to see an overhaul of the Church, bringing it closer to ordinary people.
He has previously said the Roman Catholic Church must strip itself of all “vanity, arrogance and pride” and humbly serve the poorest in society.
- Archbishop Dominique Mamberti (France)
- Archbishop Manuel Jose Macario do Nascimento Clemente (Portugal)
- Archbishop Berhaneyesus Demerew Souraphiel (Ethiopia)
- Archbishop John Atcherley Dew (New Zealand)
- Archbishop Edoardo Menichelli (Italy)
- Archbishop Pierre Nguyen Van Nhon (Vietnam)
- Archbishop Alberto Suarez Inda (Mexico)
- Archbishop Charles Maung Bo (Myanmar)
- Archbishop Francis Xavier Kriengsak Kovithavanij (Thailand)
- Archbishop Francesco Montenegro (Italy).
- Archbishop Daniel Fernando Sturla Berhouet (Uruguay)
- Archbishop Ricardo Blazquez Perez (Spain).
- Bishop Jose Luis Lacunza Maestrojuan (Panama)
- Bishop Arlindo Gomes Furtado, (Capo Verde).
- Bishop Soane Patita Paini Mafia (Tonga)
- Archbishop emeritus Jose de Jesus Pimiento Rodríguez (Colombia)*
- Titular Archbishop Luigi De Magistris (Italy)*
- Titular Archbishop Karl-Joseph Rauber (Germany)*
- Archbishop emeritus Luis Hector Villalba (Argentina)*
- Bishop emeritus Julio Duarte Langa (Mozambique)*
* Cardinal emeritus, without voting rights
From BBC News.
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Pope (n): Giáo Hoàng
(the title of) the leader of the Roman Catholic Church:
Eg: Pope John Paul II
cardinal (n): Hồng y
a priest of very high rank in the Roman Catholic Church:
Eg: Cardinals elect and advise the Pope.
churchman (n): Giáo chức, thành viên giáo hội.
a man who is actively involved in the Church, especially as a priest or other official
appointee (n): Người được chọn, người được bổ nhiệm
someone who has been chosen officially for a job or responsibility:
Eg: a government appointee
The new appointee will be working closely with both departments.
eligible (adj) for sth: Có đủ tư cách, đủ điều kiện làm gì
having the necessary qualities or satisfying the necessary conditions:
Eg: Are you eligible for early retirement/maternity leave?
You might be eligible for a grant.
Only people over 18 are eligible to vote.
conclave (n) mật nghị, cuộc họp kín.
formal a private meeting at which the discussions are kept secret
successor (n) Người kế tục, kế vị, kế nhiệm (một vị trí)
someone or something that comes after another person or thing
Eg: The university is seeking a successor to its vice chancellor, who retires this Easter.
This range of computers is very fast, but their successors will be even faster.
inseparable (adj): Không thể tách rời
If two or more people are inseparable, they are such good friends that they spend most of their time together:
Eg: When we were kids, Zoe and I were inseparable.
If two or more things are inseparable, they are so closely connected that they cannot be considered separately:
Eg: Unemployment and inner city decay are inseparable issues which must be tackled together.
install (v) bổ nhiệm, thụ phong, nhậm chức
to put someone in an important job or position:
Eg: She has installed a couple of young academics as her advisers.
bishop (n): Giám mục – người đứng đầu một Giáo phận Công giáo.
a priest of high rank who is in charge of the priests of lower rank in a particular area:
Eg: the Bishop of Durham
College of Cardinals (n) Hội đồng Hồng Y.
a group of people with a particular job, purpose, duty, or power who are organized into a group for sharing ideas, making decisions, etc.:
Eg: the Royal College of Medicine/Nursing
papal (adj) thuộc về Giáo Hoàng
connected with the position or authority of the Pope (= the leader of the Roman Catholic Church):
Eg: a papal messenger/announcement/election
spokesman (n) người phát ngôn
someone who is chosen by a group or organization to speak officially to the public for them:
Eg: a government spokesperson
correspondent (n): phóng viên, thông tín viên (thường đưa tin từ nước ngoài về)
a person employed by a newspaper, a television station, etc. to report on a particular subject or send reports from a foreign country:
Eg: a war correspondent
the education correspondent for the Guardian
bureaucracy (n): Tệ quan liêu
a system for controlling or managing a country, company, or organization that is operated by a large number of officials employed to follow rules carefully:
Eg: I had to deal with the university’s bureaucracy when I was applying for financial aid.
overhaul (v): Kiểm tra, đại tu, cải tổ
to repair or improve something so that every part of it works as it should:
Eg: I got the engine overhauled.
The government plans to overhaul the health service.
vanity (n) tính tự phụ, tự cao, tự đại
The fact that you are too interested in your appearance or achievements:
Eg: He wants the job purely for reasons of vanity and ambition.
arrogant (adj) – arrogance (n): sự kiêu căng, ngạo mạn
unpleasantly proud and behaving as if you are more important than, or know more than, other people
Eg: I found him arrogant and rude.
humbly (adv) khiêm nhường
in a way that shows that you do not think you are important:
Eg: He very humbly ascribes his success to his wife.
Archbishop (n): Tổng giám mục
A bishop of the highest rank who is in charge of churches and other bishops in a particular large area:
Eg: The Archbishop of Canterbury holds the highest position in the Church of England.
Emeritus (adj): danh dự (tước hiệu)
no longer having a position, especially in a college or university, but keeping the title of the position:
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