Giuseppe Luigi Trevisanato

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Giuseppe Luigi Trevisanato
Cardinal, Patriarch of Venice
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ChurchRoman Catholic Church
ArchdioceseVenice
SeeVenice
Appointed7 April 1862
Term ended28 April 1877
PredecessorAngelo Ramazzotti
SuccessorDomenico Agostini
Other postsCardinal-Priest of Santi Nereo ed Achilleo (1863-77)
Orders
Ordination13 March 1824
by Ladislaus Pyrker
Consecration16 January 1853
by Fabio Maria Asquini
Created cardinal16 March 1863
by Pope Pius IX
RankCardinal-Priest
Personal details
Birth nameGiuseppe Luigi Trevisanato
Born(1801-02-15)15 February 1801
Mogliano Veneto, Treviso, Cisalpine Republic
Died28 April 1877(1877-04-28) (aged 76)
Vallicella, Rome, Kingdom of Italy
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Alma materPatriarchal Seminary of Venice
Coat of armsGiuseppe Luigi Trevisanato's coat of arms

Giuseppe Luigi Trevisanato (15 February 1801 – 28 April 1877) was an Italian Roman Catholic cardinal who served as the Patriarch of Venice from 1862 until his death.

Life Events[edit]

Date Age Event Title
15 Feb 1801 0 Born Venice (Giudecca)
13 Mar 1824 23.1 Ordained Priest Priest
15 Mar 1852 51.1 Appointed Bishop of Verona, Italy
26 May 1852 51.3 Selected Archbishop of Udine, Italy
27 Sep 1852 51.6 Confirmed Archbishop of Udine, Italy
16 Jan 1853 51.9 Ordained Bishop Archbishop of Udine, Italy
17 Jan 1862 60.9 Selected Patriarch of Venezia {Venice}, Italy
7 Apr 1862 61.1 Confirmed Patriarch of Venezia {Venice}, Italy
16 Mar 1863 62.1 Elevated to Cardinal
22 Sep 1864 63.6 Appointed Cardinal-Priest of Santi Nereo ed Achilleo
28 Apr 1877 76.2 Died Patriarch of Venezia {Venice}, Italy