Tommaso Badia

Last updated
Tommaso Badia 1542 THOMAS BADIA - BADIA TOMMASO.JPG
Tommaso Badia
Coat of arms of Tommaso Badia Tommaso Badia COA.jpg
Coat of arms of Tommaso Badia

Tommaso Badia (1483 – September 6, 1547) was an Italian Dominican cardinal. [1] [2]

Badia was born in Modena in 1483. He contributed to the establishment of the Jesuits and was the theological advisor of cardinal Gasparo Contarini. Badia was disputant in Worms 1540 and Regensburg 1541. He was promoted cardinal by Pope Paul III on June 2, 1542, but did not accept the offer to be bishop of Urbino at the same time. Badia died in Rome on September 6, 1547.

Related Research Articles

Gasparo Contarini

Gasparo Contarini was an Italian diplomat, cardinal and Bishop of Belluno. He was one of the first proponents of the dialogue with Protestants, after the Reformation.

Filippino Lippi Italian painter (1457-1504)

Filippino Lippi was an Italian painter working in Florence, Italy during the later years of the Early Renaissance and first few years of the High Renaissance.

San Pietro in Vincoli

San Pietro in Vincoli is a Roman Catholic titular church and minor basilica in Rome, Italy, best known for being the home of Michelangelo's statue of Moses, part of the tomb of Pope Julius II.

Paulus Castrensis

Paulus Castrensis was an Italian jurist of the 14th century.

The Consilium de Emendanda Ecclesia was a report commissioned by Pope Paul III on the abuses in the Catholic Church in 1536.

San Silvestro in Capite

The Basilica of Saint Sylvester the First, also known as, is a Roman Catholic minor basilica and titular church in Rome dedicated to Pope Sylvester I. It is located on the Piazza San Silvestro, at the corner of Via del Gambero and the Via della Mercede, and stands adjacent to the central Post Office.

The bishop of Ostia is the head of the suburbicarian diocese of Ostia, one of the seven suburbicarian sees of Rome. Since 1150, the bishop has been the dean of the College of Cardinals, with the actual governance of the diocese entrusted to the vicar general of Rome.

Giovanni Domenico Ferretti

Giovanni Domenico Ferretti (Giandomenico), also called Giandomenico d'Imola was an Italian Rococo style painter from Florence. According to the contemporary Giovanni Camillo Sagrestani, Ferretti was a pupil of the Bolognese painter Giuseppe Maria Crespi. Others say he worked with painter Giovanni Gioseffo dal Sole.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Vallo della Lucania

The Italian Catholic Diocese of Vallo della Lucania, in Campania, has existed under this name since 1945. It is a suffragan of the Archdiocese of Salerno-Campagna-Acerno.

Tommaso Malvito was an Italian sculptor, known particularly for his work on funerary monuments in Naples at the turn of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.

Vincenzo Meucci Italian painter

Vincenzo Meucci (1694–1766) was an Italian painter of the late-Baroque period. Born in Florence. He was a pupil first of the painter Sebastiano Galeotti, then of Giovanni Gioseffo dal Sole in Bologna.

Girolamo Dandini was an Italian cardinal and the first to serve as Cardinal Secretary of State in the Roman Curia. By the time of Pope Innocent X (1644–1655), the secretary of state was always a cardinal, and Pope Innocent XII (1691–1700) abolished the office of cardinal nephew in 1692.

The Italian Catholic Diocese of Capaccio was an historic diocese in Campania. It was erected in the 12th Century and in 1851 became the Diocese of Capaccio and Vallo. Since 1945 it has been the Roman Catholic Diocese of Vallo della Lucania.

The Diocese of Cava was a Roman Catholic diocesis located in the Italian region Campania. It existed from 1394 to 1986, and was informally known as Cava and Sarno from 27 June 1818 to 25 September 1972 while in union with the neighboring Diocese of Sarno.

Badia may refer to:

October 1503 papal conclave

The October 1503 papal conclave elected Giuliano della Rovere as Pope Julius II to succeed Pope Pius III. The conclave took place during the Italian Wars barely a month after the papal conclave, September 1503, and none of the electors had travelled far enough from Rome to miss the conclave. The number of participating cardinals was thirty-eight, the College of Cardinals having been reduced by the election of Piccolomini as Pius III, who did not elevate cardinals. At a consistory on October 11, Pope Pius had proposed to make Cardinal d'Amboise's nephew a cardinal, as part of his effort to conciliate the French, but the response from the Cardinals was not enthusiastic.

Tommaso is an Italian given name. It has also been used as a surname. Notable people with the name include:

San Giacomo Maggiore, Bologna

The Basilica of San Giacomo Maggiore is an historic Roman Catholic church in Bologna, region of Emilia Romagna, Italy, serving a monastery of Augustinian friars. It was built starting in 1267 and houses, among the rest, the Bentivoglio Chapel, featuring numerous Renaissance artworks.

Pietro Bertani (1501–1558) was an Italian Roman Catholic bishop and cardinal.

Benedetto Bonazzi was a Catholic archbishop and Italian Hellenist

References

  1. Herbermann, Charles, ed. (1913). "Tommaso Badia"  . Catholic Encyclopedia . New York: Robert Appleton Company.
  2. Miranda, Salvador. "BADIA, O.P., Tommaso (1483-1547)". The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church. Florida International University. OCLC   53276621.