Jean De Bonsi
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Jean De Bonsi
Jean de Bonsi
Cardinal priest of Sant'Eusebio; Member of Congregation for Universal Inquisition
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SeeBishop of Béziers (nowadays part of the Archdiocese of Montpellier) Emeritus
InstalledJuly 20, 1615—July 4, 1621
PredecessorTommaso Bonsi
SuccessorDomenico Bonsi
Other postsPreviously Cardinal priest of S.Clemente
Orders
Created cardinalAugust 17, 1611
Personal details
Born1554
Florence, Italy
DiedJuly 4, 1621
Rome

Jean de Bonsi (Florence, 1554 – July 4, 1621) was born in Florence, Italy to Domenico Bonsi, prime minister of the Duke of Tuscany, and Costanza Vettori.

Early Life and Studies

He studied in University of Padua canon and civil law. Ferdinando I de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany, named him an arbiter on the differences between him and Pope Clement VIII, concerning territorial limits. Later he became lawyer in Rome.

Episcopate

He was named Bishop of Béziers (nowadays part of the Archdiocese of Montpellier) after his uncle Tommaso Bonsi on February 11, 1598 and consecrated on September 30 the same year and served as bishop till 1611. He was succeeded by his nephew Domenico Bonsi - coadjutor bishop of the same diocese, followed by other members of De Bonsi family.

Cardinalate

Jean de Bonsi was created cardinal priest in the consistory of August 17, 1611 by Pope Paul V. Later in 1615 he received the red hat and was appointed to the title of S.Clemente until 1621 when he was opted for the title of Sant'Eusebio for about six months before his death on July 4, 1621, Rome.

References

External links

  • Miranda, Salvador. "BONSI, Jean de (1554-1621)". The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church. Florida International University. OCLC 53276621.
  • Cheney, David M. "Jean Cardinal de Bonsi". Catholic-Hierarchy.org. Retrieved 2020. [self-published]

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