|Cardinal, Archbishop of Palermo|
|Church||Roman Catholic Church|
|Appointed||14 November 1904|
|Term ended||12 November 1927|
|Other post(s)||Cardinal-Priest of Santi Andrea e Gregorio al Monte Celio (1907–27)|
|Ordination||30 October 1880|
|Consecration||4 December 1904|
by Francesco di Paola Cassetta
|Created cardinal||15 April 1907|
by Pope Pius X
12 August 1858
|Died||12 November 1927 69) (aged|
Palermo, Kingdom of Italy
|Previous post(s)||Rector of the Pontifical Lombard Seminary (1894–1904)|
|Alma mater||Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas|
|Reference style||His Eminence|
|Spoken style||Your Eminence|
Alessandro Lualdi J.C.D. S.T.D. (12 August 1858 – 12 November 1927) was an Italian Roman Catholic cardinal who served as Archbishop of Palermo.
Lualdi was born in Milan, Italy. He entered the Seminary of Milan and carried on further studies at the Theological Academy of Saint Thomas Aquinas in Rome where he earned doctorates in theology, philosophy and canon law. He was ordained in 1880. After his ordination, he worked in the Archdiocese of Milan doing pastoral work from 1884 until 1890. He later served as a faculty member of the Seminary of Milan until 1894. He was created Privy Chamberlain of His Holiness on 14 September 1899.
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He died in 1927 and is buried in the metropolitan cathedral of Palermo.
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