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List of Titular Churches in Rome

Facade of the basilica of Sant'Andrea della Valle in Rome, Italy
Sant'Andrea della Valle is the titular church of Cardinal Dieudonné Nzapalainga.

In the Catholic Church, a member of the clergy who is created a cardinal is assigned a titular church in Rome, Italy. These are Catholic churches in the city, under the Diocese of Rome, that serve as honorary designations signifying the relationship between cardinals and the pope, the bishop of Rome.[1] According to the Code of Canon Law, a cardinal may assist his titular church through counsel or through patronage, although "he has no power of governance over it, and he should not for any reason interfere in matters concerning the administration of its good, or its discipline, or the service of the church".[2]

There are two ranks of titular churches: titles and deaconries. A title (Latin: titulus) is a titular church that is assigned to a cardinal priest (a member of the second order of the College of Cardinals), whereas a deaconry (Latin: diaconia) is normally assigned to a cardinal deacon (a member of the third order of the college).[2] If a cardinal priest or a cardinal deacon is later appointed a cardinal bishop (a member of the first order of the college), he is typically transferred from his titular church to the vacant title of a suburbicarian diocese in the vicinity of Rome.[a] Patriarchs of Eastern Catholic Churches who are created cardinal bishops are not assigned titles of suburbicarian dioceses.[2]

A cardinal may request that he be transferred to another titular church in a consistory; in addition, when a cardinal deacon opts to become a cardinal priest (usually after ten years), he may request either that his deaconry be elevated pro hac vice ('for this occasion') to a title or that he be transferred from his deaconry to a vacant title.[2] Occasionally, a titular church may be retained in commendam ('in trust') by a cardinal who has been transferred to a different titular church or to a suburbicarian diocese.[5]

As of 10 August 2021, there are 237 current titular churches, 168 of which are titles and 69 of which are deaconries. Additionally, there are 25 historical titular churches that have been suppressed (indicated with italics below, where the church's status as a title or as a deaconry has been removed or transferred to another church; this number includes those that were later re-established as titular churches of another rank) and 7 suburbicarian dioceses. Currently, 26 titular churches (15 titles and 11 deaconries) are vacant. The statuses of 59 titular churches (45 titles, 13 deaconries and 2 suppressed deaconries)[b] as basilicas are also indicated.

Location key

In the tables below, the locations given indicate either the historical non-administrative subdivision of Rome (if located within the city) or the comune (if located outside the city) in which a particular titular church or a particular cathedral of a suburbicarian diocese is situated. Locations in the former case include a one-letter abbreviation denoting the type of subdivision; outwards from historic centre of Rome, the subdivision types are generally arranged as follows, as depicted in the map:

Locations for suburbicarian dioceses include a two-letter abbreviation denoting either the Metropolitan City of Rome Capital (RM) or the Province of Rieti (RI); both are provinces of the Italian region of Lazio. The city of Rome itself is a comune of the Metropolitan City of Rome Capital.

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Map of the historical subdivisions of Rome, coloured according to type
Map of the historical subdivisions of Rome:
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Titles

As of 11 July 2021, there are 168 titles, 15 of which are vacant.

Vacant Vacant
Title Location Cardinal Since[c] Ref(s).
Sant'Agnese fuori le mura (basilica)
Camillo Ruini 28 June 1991 [6]
Sant'Agostino (basilica)
Jean-Pierre Ricard 24 March 2006 [7][8]
Sant'Alberto Magno Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Anthony Soter Fernandez) 28 October 2020 [9][10]
Santi Ambrogio e Carlo (basilica) Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Dionigi Tettamanzi) 5 August 2017 [11][12]
Sant'Anastasia (basilica)
Eugenio Dal Corso 5 October 2019 [13][14]
Sant'Andrea al Quirinale
Odilo Pedro Scherer 24 November 2007 [15][16]
Sant'Andrea della Valle (basilica)
Dieudonné Nzapalainga 19 November 2016 [17][18]
Sant'Andrea delle Fratte (basilica)
Ennio Antonelli 21 October 2003 [19][20]
Santi Andrea e Gregorio al Monte Celio
Francesco Montenegro 14 February 2015 [21][22]
Sant'Angela Merici
Sigitas Tamkevi?ius 5 October 2019 [13][23]
Sant'Antonio da Padova in Via Merulana (basilica)
Cláudio Hummes 21 February 2001 [24][25]
Sant'Antonio da Padova in Via Tuscolana
Jean Zerbo 28 June 2017 [26][27]
Sant'Antonio in Campo Marzio
Manuel José Macário do Nascimento Clemente 14 February 2015 [21][28]
Santi Aquila e Priscilla
Juan de la Caridad García Rodríguez 5 October 2019 [13][29]
Sant'Atanasio
Lucian Mure?an 18 February 2012 [30][31]
Sant'Atanasio a Via Tiburtina
Gabriel Zubeir Wako 21 October 2003 [19][32]
Santa Balbina (basilica)
Péter Erd? 21 October 2003 [19][33]
San Bartolomeo all'Isola (basilica)
Blase Joseph Cupich 19 November 2016 [17][34]
Beata Maria Vergine Addolorata a piazza Buenos Aires
Estanislao Esteban Karlic 24 November 2007 [15][35]
Beata Vergine Maria del Monte Carmelo a Mostacciano
Anthony Olubunmi Okogie 21 October 2003 [19][36]
San Bernardo alle Terme
George Alencherry 18 February 2012 [30][37]
San Bonaventura da Bagnoregio
Joseph Coutts 28 June 2018 [38][39]
Santi Bonifacio ed Alessio (basilica)[d] Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Eusébio Oscar Scheid ) 13 January 2021 [40][41]
San Callisto
Willem Jacobus Eijk 18 February 2012 [30][42]
San Camillo de Lellis (basilica)
Juan Luis Cipriani Thorne 21 February 2001 [24][43]
Santa Cecilia (basilica)
Gualtiero Bassetti 22 February 2014 [44][45]
Santa Chiara a Vigna Clara
Vinko Pulji? 26 November 1994 [46]
San Clemente (basilica) Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Adrianus Johannes Simonis) 2 September 2020 [47][48]
San Corbiniano
Reinhard Marx 20 November 2010 [49][50]
San Crisogono (basilica)
Andrew Yeom Soo-jung 22 February 2014 [44][51]
Santa Croce in Gerusalemme (basilica)
Juan José Omella Omella 28 June 2017 [26][52]
Santa Croce in Via Flaminia (basilica)
Sérgio da Rocha 19 November 2016 [17][53]
Sacro Cuore di Gesù agonizzante a Vitinia
Telesphore Placidus Toppo 21 October 2003 [19][54]
Sacro Cuore di Maria (basilica)
Julius Riyadi Darmaatmadja 26 November 1994 [55]
Sacri Cuori di Gesù e Maria a Tor Fiorenza [it]
Edoardo Menichelli 14 February 2015 [21][56]
Santi XII Apostoli (basilica)[e]
Angelo Scola 21 October 2003 [19][57]
Santa Dorotea
Javier Lozano Barragán 12 June 2014[i] [58][59]
Sant'Egidio
Matteo Maria Zuppi 5 October 2019 [13][60]
Sant'Emerenziana a Tor Fiorenza
Jean-Pierre Kutwa 22 February 2014 [44][61]
Sant'Eusebio
Daniel Nicholas DiNardo 24 November 2007 [15][62]
Santi Fabiano e Venanzio a Villa Fiorelli
Carlos Aguiar Retes 19 November 2016 [17][63]
San Felice da Cantalice a Centocelle, suburbicarian rank pro hac vice
Luis Antonio Gokim Tagle 24 November 2012[ii] [64][65]
San Francesco d'Assisi a Ripa Grande
Norberto Rivera Carrera 21 February 1998 [66]
San Francesco d'Assisi ad Acilia
Wilfrid Fox Napier 21 February 2001 [24][67]
San Frumenzio ai Prati Fiscali
Alexandre José Maria dos Santos 28 June 1988 [68]
San Gabriele Arcangelo all'Acqua Traversa
Fridolin Ambongo Besungu 5 October 2019 [13][69]
San Gabriele dell'Addolorata
Júlio Duarte Langa 14 February 2015 [21][70]
Santa Galla
Daniel Fernando Sturla Berhouet 14 February 2015 [21][71]
San Gerardo Maiella
Rubén Salazar Gómez 24 November 2012 [64][72]
Gesù Divin Lavoratore
Christoph Schönborn 21 February 1998 [73]
Gesù Divin Maestro alla Pineta Sacchetti
Thomas Stafford Williams 2 February 1983 [74]
San Giacomo in Augusta
Chibly Langlois 22 February 2014 [44][75]
San Gioacchino ai Prati di Castello
Leopoldo José Brenes Solórzano 22 February 2014 [44][76]
Santi Gioacchino ed Anna al Tuscolano
Toribio Ticona Porco 28 June 2018 [38][77]
San Giovanni a Porta Latina Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Renato Corti) 12 May 2020 [78][79]
San Giovanni Battista de' Rossi
John Ribat 19 November 2016 [17][80]
San Giovanni Battista dei Fiorentini (basilica)
Giuseppe Petrocchi 28 June 2018 [38][81]
San Giovanni Crisostomo a Monte Sacro Alto
Jean-Claude Hollerich 5 October 2019 [13][82]
Santi Giovanni e Paolo (basilica)
Jozef De Kesel 14 February 2015 [21][83]
San Giovanni Evangelista a Spinaceto
Álvaro Leonel Ramazzini Imeri 5 October 2019 [13][84]
Santi Giovanni Evangelista e Petronio
Baltazar Enrique Porras Cardozo 19 November 2016 [17][85]
San Giovanni Maria Vianney
Rainer Maria Woelki 18 February 2012 [30][86]
San Girolamo a Corviale
Luis Héctor Villalba 14 February 2015 [21][87]
San Girolamo dei Croati[f]
Josip Bozani? 21 October 2003 [19][88]
San Giuda Taddeo Apostolo Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Cornelius Sim) 29 May 2021 [89][90]
San Giuseppe all'Aurelio
Gérald Cyprien Lacroix 22 February 2014 [44][91]
San Giuseppe da Copertino
José Luis Lacunza Maestrojuán 14 February 2015 [21][92]
San Giustino
Jean-Baptiste Ph?m Minh M?n 21 October 2003 [19][93]
Gran Madre di Dio
Angelo Bagnasco 24 November 2007 [15][94]
San Gregorio VII
Baselios Cleemis Thottunkal 24 November 2012 [64][95]
San Gregorio Barbarigo alle Tre Fontane
Désiré Tsarahazana 28 June 2018 [38][96]
San Gregorio Magno alla Magliana Nuova
Geraldo Majella Agnelo 21 February 2001 [24][97]
Immacolata al Tiburtino
Raymundo Damasceno Assis 20 November 2010 [49][98]
Immacolata Concezione di Maria a Grottarossa
Wilton Daniel Gregory 28 November 2020 [99][100]
Sant'Ippolito
John Atcherley Dew 14 February 2015 [21][101]
Sant'Ireneo a Centocelle
Charles Maung Bo 14 February 2015 [21][102]
San Leonardo da Porto Maurizio ad Acilia Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Sebastian Koto Khoarai ) 17 April 2021 [103][104]
San Leone I
Cristóbal López Romero 5 October 2019 [13][105]
San Liborio
Peter Kodwo Appiah Turkson 21 October 2003 [19][106]
San Lorenzo in Damaso (basilica)
Antonio María Rouco Varela 21 February 1998 [107]
San Lorenzo in Lucina (basilica)
Albert Malcolm Ranjith Patabendige Don 20 November 2010 [49][108]
San Lorenzo in Panisperna
Michael Michai Kitbunchu 2 February 1983 [109]
San Luca a Via Prenestina
José Freire Falcão 28 June 1988 [110]
Santa Lucia a Piazza d'Armi
Théodore-Adrien Sarr 24 November 2007 [15][111]
San Luigi dei Francesi
André Vingt-Trois 24 November 2007 [15][112]
San Luigi Maria Grignion de Montfort
Felipe Arizmendi Esquivel 28 November 2020 [99][113]
Santi Marcellino e Pietro
Dominik Duka 18 February 2012 [30][114]
San Marcello
Giuseppe Betori 18 February 2012 [30][115]
San Marco (basilica)
Angelo De Donatis 28 June 2018 [38][116]
San Marco in Agro Laurentino
Alexandre do Nascimento 2 February 1983 [117]
Santa Maria Addolorata
Francis Xavier Kriengsak Kovithavanij 14 February 2015 [21][118]
Santa Maria ai Monti
Jorge Liberato Urosa Savino 24 March 2006 [7][119]
Santa Maria Consolatrice al Tiburtino
Philippe Nakellentuba Ouédraogo 22 February 2014 [44][120]
Santa Maria degli Angeli (basilica)
Anders Arborelius 28 June 2017 [26][121]
Santa Maria del Buon Consiglio
Augusto Paolo Lojudice 28 November 2020 [99][122]
Santa Maria del Popolo (basilica)
Stanis?aw Dziwisz 24 March 2006 [7][123]
Santa Maria della Pace
Francisco Javier Errázuriz Ossa 21 February 2001 [24][124]
Santa Maria della Presentazione
Francisco Robles Ortega 24 November 2007 [15][125]
Santa Maria della Salute a Primavalle
Kelvin Edward Felix 22 February 2014 [44][126]
Santa Maria della Speranza
Óscar Andrés Rodríguez Maradiaga 21 February 2001 [24][127]
Santa Maria della Vittoria
Seán Patrick O'Malley 24 March 2006 [7][128]
Santa Maria delle Grazie a Via Trionfale
Joseph William Tobin 19 November 2016 [17][129]
Santa Maria Domenica Mazzarello
George Pell 21 October 2003 [19][130]
Santa Maria Immacolata di Lourdes a Boccea [it] Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Nicholas Cheong Jin-suk) 27 April 2021 [131][132]
Santa Maria in Ara Coeli (basilica)
Salvatore De Giorgi 21 February 1998 [133]
Santa Maria in Monserrato degli Spagnoli
Carlos Amigo Vallejo 21 October 2003 [19][134]
Santa Maria in Traspontina, suburbicarian rank pro hac vice
Marc Ouellet 21 October 2003[iii] [19][135]
Santa Maria in Trastevere (basilica)
Carlos Osoro Sierra 19 November 2016 [17][136]
Santa Maria in Vallicella
Ricardo Blázquez Pérez 14 February 2015 [21][137]
Santa Maria in Via Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Raúl Eduardo Vela Chiriboga) 15 November 2020 [138][139]
Santa Maria Madre del Redentore a Tor Bella Monaca
Joseph Zen Ze-kiun 24 March 2006 [7][140]
Santa Maria Madre della Provvidenza a Monte Verde [it]
Orani João Tempesta 22 February 2014 [44][141]
Santa Maria Nuova, retained in commendam (basilica)
Angelo Sodano 28 June 1991[iv] [142]
Santa Maria "Regina Mundi" a Torre Spaccata [it]
Orlando Beltran Quevedo 22 February 2014 [44][143]
Santa Maria "Regina Pacis" a Monte Verde [it]
Francisco Álvarez Martínez 21 February 2001 [24][144]
Santa Maria "Regina Pacis" in Ostia mare [it] Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Laurent Monsengwo Pasinya) 11 July 2021 [145][146]
Santa Maria sopra Minerva (basilica)
António Augusto dos Santos Marto 28 June 2018 [38][147]
Santi Martiri dell'Uganda a Poggio Ameno [it] Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Christian Wiyghan Tumi) 2 April 2021 [148][149]
Natività di Nostro Signore Gesù Cristo a Via Gallia
Audrys Juozas Ba?kis 21 February 2001 [24][150]
Santi Nereo ed Achilleo
Celestino Aós Braco 28 November 2020 [99][151]
Santissimo Nome di Maria in Via Latina
Gaudencio Borbon Rosales 24 March 2006 [7][152]
Nostra Signora de La Salette
Polycarp Pengo 21 February 1998 [153]
Nostra Signora del Santissimo Sacramento e Santi Martiri Canadesi
Patrick D'Rozario 19 November 2016 [17][154]
Nostra Signora di Guadalupe a Monte Mario
Timothy Michael Dolan 18 February 2012 [30][155]
Nostra Signora di Guadalupe e San Filippo Martire (basilica)
Juan Sandoval Íñiguez 26 November 1994 [156]
Sant'Onofrio Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Carlo Furno) 9 December 2015 [157][158]
San Pancrazio (basilica)
Antonio Cañizares Llovera 24 March 2006 [7][159]
Santa Paola Romana [it]
Soane Patita Paini Mafi 14 February 2015 [21][160]
San Paolo della Croce a Corviale [it]
Oswald Gracias 24 November 2007 [15][161]
San Patrizio
Thomas Christopher Collins 18 February 2012 [30][162]
Santi Pietro e Paolo a Via Ostiense (basilica)
Pedro Ricardo Barreto Jimeno 28 June 2018 [38][163]
San Pietro in Montorio
James Francis Stafford 1 March 2008[v] [164][165]
San Pietro in Vincoli (basilica)
Donald William Wuerl 20 November 2010 [49][166]
San Pio X alla Balduina [it]
Nicolás de Jesús López Rodríguez 28 June 1991 [167]
San Policarpo
Alberto Suárez Inda 14 February 2015 [21][168]
Santa Prassede (basilica)
Paul Poupard 29 January 1996[vi] [169]
Preziosissimo Sangue di Nostro Signore Gesù Cristo
John Njue 24 November 2007 [15][170]
Santa Prisca
Justin Francis Rigali 21 October 2003 [19][171]
Santi Protomartiri a Via Aurelia Antica [it] Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Henri Schwery) 7 January 2021 [172][173]
Santa Pudenziana (basilica)
Thomas Aquino Manyo Maeda 28 June 2018 [38][174]
Santi Quattro Coronati (basilica)
Roger Michael Mahony 28 June 1991 [175]
Santi Quirico e Giulitta
Seán Baptist Brady 24 November 2007 [15][176]
Santissimo Redentore a Valmelaina [it]
Ricardo Ezzati Andrello 22 February 2014 [44][177]
Santissimo Redentore e Sant'Alfonso in Via Merulana
Vincent Gerard Nichols 22 February 2014 [44][178]
Regina Apostolorum (basilica)
John Tong Hon 18 February 2012 [30][179]
San Roberto Bellarmino
Mario Aurelio Poli 22 February 2014 [44][180]
San Romano Martire
Berhaneyesus Demerew Souraphiel 14 February 2015 [21][181]
Santa Sabina (basilica)
Jozef Tomko 29 January 1996[vii] [182]
Santissimo Sacramento a Tor de' Schiavi [it]
Gregorio Rosa Chávez 28 June 2017 [26][183]
San Saturnino [it]
John Olorunfemi Onaiyekan 24 November 2012 [64][184]
San Sebastiano alle Catacombe (basilica)
Lluís Martínez Sistach 24 November 2007 [15][185]
Santi Silvestro e Martino ai Monti (basilica)[g]
Kazimierz Nycz 20 November 2010 [49][186]
San Silvestro in Capite
Louis-Marie Ling Mangkhanekhoun 28 June 2017 [26][187]
Santa Silvia [it]
J?nis Pujats 21 February 2001[viii] [24][188]
Santi Simone e Giuda Taddeo a Torre Angela, suburbicarian rank pro hac vice
Pietro Parolin 22 February 2014[iii] [44][189]
San Sisto (basilica)
Antoine Kambanda 28 November 2020 [99][190]
Santa Sofia a Via Boccea (basilica) Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Lubomyr Husar ) 31 May 2017 [191][192]
Spirito Santo alla Ferratella
Ignatius Suharyo Hardjoatmodjo 5 October 2019 [13][193]
Santo Stefano al Monte Celio (basilica)
Friedrich Wetter 25 May 1985 [194]
Santa Susanna Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Bernard Francis Law) 20 December 2017 [195][196]
Santa Teresa al Corso d'Italia (basilica)
Maurice Piat 19 November 2016 [17][197]
San Timoteo [it]
Arlindo Gomes Furtado 14 February 2015 [21][198]
San Tommaso Apostolo
Pierre Nguy?n V?n Nh?n 14 February 2015 [21][199]
Trasfigurazione di Nostro Signore Gesù Cristo [it]
Pedro Rubiano Sáenz 21 February 2001 [24][200]
Santissima Trinità al Monte Pincio
Philippe Barbarin 21 October 2003 [19][201]
Sant'Ugo [it]
Emmanuel Wamala 26 November 1994 [202]
San Vigilio
Jose Fuerte Advincula 28 November 2020 [99][203]
Santi Vitale, Valeria, Gervasio e Protasio (basilica)[h]
Adam Joseph Maida 26 November 1994 [204]

Deaconries

As of 10 August 2021, there are 69 deaconries, 11 of which are vacant.

Vacant Vacant
Deaconry Location Cardinal Since[c] Ref(s).
Sant'Agata de' Goti,[i] title pro hac vice
Raymond Leo Burke 20 November 2010[ix] [205][206]
Sant'Agnese in Agone
Gerhard Ludwig Müller 22 February 2014 [44][207]
Santi Angeli Custodi a Città Giardino, title pro hac vice
Agostino Cacciavillan 21 February 2001[x] [208][209]
Sant'Angelo in Pescheria Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Elio Sgreccia) 5 June 2019 [210][211]
Annunciazione della Beata Vergine Maria a Via Ardeatina [it]
Domenico Calcagno 18 February 2012 [30][212]
Sant'Anselmo all'Aventino
Lorenzo Baldisseri 22 February 2014 [44][213]
Sant'Antonio di Padova a Circonvallazione Appia
Karl-Josef Rauber 14 February 2015 [21][214]
Sant'Apollinare alle Terme Neroniane-Alessandrine (basilica)
Raniero Cantalamessa 28 November 2020 [99][215]
San Benedetto fuori Porta San Paolo [it] Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Achille Silvestrini) 29 August 2019 [216][217]
Santi Biagio e Carlo ai Catinari, suburbicarian rank pro hac vice
Leonardo Sandri 24 November 2007[xi] [218][219]
San Cesareo in Palatio
Antonio Maria Vegliò 18 February 2012 [30][220]
Santi Cosma e Damiano (basilica)
Mario Grech 28 November 2020 [99][221]
Sacro Cuore di Cristo Re, title pro hac vice (basilica)
Stanis?aw Ry?ko 24 November 2007[xii] [218][222]
Sacro Cuore di Gesù a Castro Pretorio (basilica)
Giuseppe Versaldi 18 February 2012 [30][223]
Dio Padre misericordioso, title pro hac vice
Crescenzio Sepe 21 February 2001[xiii] [224][225]
San Domenico di Guzman
Manuel Monteiro de Castro 18 February 2012 [30][226]
Santi Domenico e Sisto
José Tolentino Calaça de Mendonça 5 October 2019 [13][227]
Sant'Elena fuori Porta Prenestina
João Braz de Aviz 18 February 2012 [30][228]
Sant'Eugenio, title pro hac vice (basilica)
Julián Herranz Casado 21 October 2003[xiv] [58][229]
Sant'Eustachio, title pro hac vice (basilica)
Sergio Sebastiani 21 February 2001[x] [208][230]
San Filippo Neri in Eurosia [it] Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Attilio Nicora) 22 April 2017 [231][232]
San Francesco di Paola ai Monti
Renato Raffaele Martino 21 October 2003 [19][233]
San Francesco Saverio alla Garbatella [it], title pro hac vice
Franc Rodé 24 March 2006[xv] [234][235]
Gesù Buon Pastore alla Montagnola Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Velasio De Paolis ) 9 September 2017 [236][237]
San Giorgio in Velabro, title pro hac vice
Gianfranco Ravasi 20 November 2010[ix] [205][238]
San Giovanni Bosco in Via Tuscolana, title pro hac vice (basilica)
Robert Sarah 20 November 2010[ix] [205][239]
San Giovanni della Pigna, title pro hac vice
Raffaele Farina 24 November 2007[xii] [218][240]
San Girolamo della Carità a Via Giulia
Miguel Ángel Ayuso Guixot 5 October 2019 [13][241]
San Giuliano dei Fiamminghi, title pro hac vice
Walter Brandmüller 20 November 2010[ix] [205][242]
San Giuliano Martire [it]
Kevin Joseph Farrell 19 November 2016 [17][243]
San Giuseppe dei Falegnami
Francesco Coccopalmerio 18 February 2012 [30][244]
San Giuseppe in Via Trionfale [it], title pro hac vice (basilica)
Severino Poletto 21 February 2001 [24][245]
Sant'Ignazio di Loyola in Campo Marzio
Luis Francisco Ladaria Ferrer 28 June 2018 [38][246]
San Lino
Giovanni Angelo Becciu 28 June 2018 [38][247]
San Lorenzo in Piscibus, title pro hac vice
Paul Josef Cordes 24 November 2007[xii] [218][248]
Santa Lucia del Gonfalone
Aquilino Bocos Merino 28 June 2018 [38][249]
Santa Maria Ausiliatrice in Via Tuscolana (basilica) Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Paolo Sardi) 13 July 2019 [250][251]
Santa Maria del Divino Amore a Castel di Leva
Enrico Feroci 28 November 2020 [99][252]
Santa Maria della Mercede e Sant'Adriano a Villa Albani [it], title pro hac vice Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Albert Vanhoye ) 29 July 2021 [253][254]
Santa Maria della Scala
Ernest Simoni 19 November 2016 [17][255]
Santa Maria delle Grazie alle Fornaci fuori Porta Cavalleggeri
Mario Zenari 19 November 2016 [17][256]
Santa Maria Goretti [it] Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Prosper Grech 30 December 2019 [257][258]
Santa Maria Immacolata all'Esquilino [it]
Konrad Krajewski 28 June 2018 [38][259]
Santa Maria in Aquiro, title pro hac vice
Angelo Amato 20 November 2010[ix] [205][260]
Santa Maria in Cosmedin (basilica) Vacant
Vacant (upon the transfer of Francesco Roberti) 26 June 1967 [261]
Santa Maria in Domnica
Marcello Semeraro 28 November 2020 [99][262]
Santa Maria in Portico [Campitelli]
Michael Louis Fitzgerald 5 October 2019 [13][263]
Santa Maria in Via Lata (basilica) Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Edward Idris Cassidy) 10 April 2021 [264][265]
Santa Maria Liberatrice a Monte Testaccio [it], title pro hac vice
Giovanni Lajolo 24 November 2007[xii] [218][266]
Santa Maria Odigitria dei Siciliani,[j] title pro hac vice
Paolo Romeo 20 November 2010 [49][267]
San Michele Arcangelo [it]
Michael Czerny 5 October 2019 [13][268]
San Nicola in Carcere (basilica)
Silvano Maria Tomasi 28 November 2020 [99][269]
Santissimo Nome di Gesù Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Eduardo Martínez Somalo) 10 August 2021 [270][271]
Santissimo Nome di Maria al Foro Traiano
Mauro Gambetti 28 November 2020 [99][272]
Santissimi Nomi di Gesù e Maria in Via Lata
Luigi De Magistris 14 February 2015 [21][273]
Nostra Signora del Sacro Cuore, title pro hac vice
Kurt Koch 20 November 2010[ix] [205][274]
Nostra Signora di Coromoto in San Giovanni di Dio [it], suburbicarian rank pro hac vice
Fernando Filoni 18 February 2012[iii] [30][275]
Ognissanti in Via Appia Nuova, title pro hac vice
Walter Kasper 21 February 2001[x] [208][276]
San Paolo alla Regola, title pro hac vice
Francesco Monterisi 20 November 2010[ix] [205][277]
San Paolo alle Tre Fontane, title pro hac vice
Mauro Piacenza 20 November 2010[ix] [205][278]
San Pier Damiani ai Monti di San Paolo [it], title pro hac vice
Agostino Vallini 24 March 2006[xvi] [279][280]
San Pio V a Villa Carpegna
James Michael Harvey 24 November 2012 [64][281]
San Ponziano [it]
Santos Abril y Castelló 18 February 2012 [30][282]
San Saba, title pro hac vice (basilica)
Jorge Arturo Medina Estévez 21 February 1998[xvii] [164][283]
San Salvatore in Lauro, title pro hac vice
Angelo Comastri 24 November 2007[xii] [218][284]
San Sebastiano al Palatino
Edwin Frederick O'Brien 18 February 2012 [30][285]
Santo Spirito in Sassia
Dominique Mamberti 14 February 2015 [21][286]
Santi Urbano e Lorenzo a Prima Porta Vacant
Vacant (upon the death of Gilberto Agustoni) 13 January 2017 [287][288]
Santi Vito, Modesto e Crescenzia[k]
Giuseppe Bertello 18 February 2012 [30][289]

Suppressed titular churches

There are 25 suppressed titular churches, 15 of which were titles and 10 of which were deaconries. All suppressed titular churches are extant and functional as regular Catholic churches, unless otherwise indicated.

Suppressed titles

Title Location Suppressed Notes Ref(s).
Sant'Agnese in Agone
5 October 1654 Title transferred to Sant'Agnese fuori le mura; now the deaconry of Sant'Agnese in Agone [290]
Sant'Apollinare
13 April 1587 Title transferred to San Biagio dell'Anello; now the deaconry of Sant'Apollinare alle Terme Neroniane-Alessandrine [291]
Santa Barbara
13 April 1587 [291]
San Biagio dell'Anello 17 October 1616 Demolished; title transferred to San Carlo ai Catinari [292][293]
San Carlo ai Catinari
6 October 1627 Title transferred to San Carlo al Corso; now the deaconry of Santi Biagio e Carlo ai Catinari [294]
San Carlo al Corso
5 September 1639 Now the title of Santi Ambrogio e Carlo [295]
San Cesareo in Palatio
13 April 1587 Now the deaconry of San Cesareo in Palatio [291]
San Ciriaco alle Terme Diocleziane 13 April 1587 Demolished; title transferred to Santi Quirico e Giulitta [291]
Sant'Eufemia [it] 13 April 1587 Demolished [291]
San Matteo in Merulana 23 December 1801 Demolished; title transferred to Santa Maria della Vittoria [296]
San Nicola fra le Immagini [it] 13 April 1587 Demolished [291]
San Salvatore in Lauro
19 May 1670 Title transferred to San Bernardo alle Terme; now the deaconry of San Salvatore in Lauro [297]
San Simeone Profeta [it]
13 April 1587 Deconsecrated [291]
San Tommaso in Parione
18 December 1937 Title transferred to Santa Maria in Vallicella [298]
San Trifone 13 April 1587 Demolished [291]

Suppressed deaconries

Deaconry Location Suppressed Notes Ref(s).
Sant'Adriano al Foro
25 January 1946 Deconsecrated; deaconry transferred to San Paolo alla Regola [299]
San Giovanni Battista Decollato
2013 [l]
Santa Lucia in Septisolio 13 April 1587 Demolished [291]
Santa Lucia in Silice[m]
13 April 1587 [291]
Santa Maria ad Martyres (basilica)
26 May 1929 Deaconry transferred to Sant'Apollinare alle Terme Neroniane-Alessandrine [300]
Santa Maria in Portico Octaviae [it] 26 June 1662 Demolished; deaconry transferred to Santa Maria in Portico [Campitelli] [301]
Santa Maria Nuova (basilica)
8 August 1661 Deaconry transferred to Santa Maria della Scala; now the title of Santa Maria Nuova [302]
Sant'Onofrio
13 April 1587 Now the title of Sant'Onofrio [291]
Santi Sergio e Bacco 13 April 1587 Demolished [291]
San Teodoro
2004 Use of the church granted to the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Italy and Malta [303]

Suburbicarian dioceses

There are seven suburbicarian dioceses, in the vicinity of Rome, the titles of which are assigned to the six cardinal bishops (excluding cardinals who are additionally co-opted into the order and cardinal bishops who are Eastern Catholic patriarchs). These do not form part of the Diocese of Rome, but are separate suffragan dioceses within its ecclesiastical province, with territory generally lying outside the city's boundaries. Suburbicarian dioceses are not titular churches per se, but are similar in function, in that they serve as honorary titular assignments for cardinals.[304] Since 1914, the title of Ostia has been assigned ex officio to the dean of the College of Cardinals, in addition to that of his first suburbicarian diocese when originally appointed a cardinal bishop.[2][305] The respective patriarchates of the three current cardinal bishops who are Eastern Catholic patriarchs are considered to be their titles.[n][2][309]

As of 1 May 2020, there are no vacant titles of suburbicarian dioceses.

Vacant Vacant

See also

Notes

  1. ^ On occasion, cardinal priests or cardinal deacons may also be "co-opted" as cardinal bishops, without being transferred from their titular churches, which effectively become equivalent to suburbicarian dioceses pro hac vice ('for this occasion') in their own right. This first occurred on , with four titular churches becoming of suburbicarian rank, as a result of their associated cardinals being co-opted as cardinal bishops.[3] This procedure was used a second time on , with one titular church becoming of suburbicarian rank.[4]
  2. ^ The basilica of Santa Maria Nuova is both a title and a suppressed deaconry.
  3. ^ a b c For non-vacant titular churches or suburbicarian dioceses, this column indicates when it was assigned to its present cardinal; unless otherwise stated, this also corresponds to the date of the consistory in which the cardinal was created. For vacant titular churches or suburbicarian dioceses, the date in italics indicates when it became vacant, for instance on a cardinal's death.
  4. ^ Formerly known as Sant'Alessio
  5. ^ Formerly known as Santi Filippo e Giacomo
  6. ^ Formerly known as San Girolamo degli Schiavoni
  7. ^ Formerly known as San Martino ai Monti
  8. ^ Formerly known as San Vitale
  9. ^ Formerly known as Sant'Agata alla Suburra
  10. ^ Formerly known as Santa Maria d'Itria ai Tritone
  11. ^ Formerly known as San Vito in Macello Martyrum and as Santi Vito e Modesto in Macello Martyrum
  12. ^ No longer listed in the Annuario Pontificio since 2013
  13. ^ Formerly known as Santa Lucia in Orphea
  14. ^ As of 12 May 2019:
  15. ^ Formerly known as Ostia-Velletri (before split)
  16. ^ Ex officio as Dean of the College of Cardinals
  17. ^ Formerly known as Porto (before merger) and as Porto e Santa Rufina
  18. ^ Formerly known as Sabina (before merger) and as Sabina e Poggio Mirteto
  19. ^ Formerly known as Velletri (before merger) and as Velletri e Segni

  1. ^ Created a cardinal on ; transferred from the deaconry of San Michele Arcangelo
  2. ^ Of suburbicarian rank pro hac vice since
  3. ^ a b c Of suburbicarian rank pro hac vice since
  4. ^ Retained in commendam since
  5. ^ Created a cardinal on ; transferred from the deaconry of Gesù Buon Pastore alla Montagnola
  6. ^ Created a cardinal on ; transferred from the deaconry of Sant'Eugenio
  7. ^ Created a cardinal on ; transferred from the deaconry of Gesù Buon Pastore alla Montagnola
  8. ^ Originally created a cardinal in pectore on
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h Elevated pro hac vice to a title on
  10. ^ a b c Elevated pro hac vice to a title on
  11. ^ Elevated pro hac vice to a title on ; of suburbicarian rank pro hac vice since
  12. ^ a b c d e Elevated pro hac vice to a title on
  13. ^ Elevated pro hac vice to a title on
  14. ^ Elevated pro hac vice to a title on
  15. ^ Elevated pro hac vice to a title on
  16. ^ Elevated pro hac vice to a title on
  17. ^ Elevated pro hac vice to a title on
  18. ^ Created a cardinal on ; transferred from the title of Santa Maria Nuova
  19. ^ Created a cardinal on ; transferred from the deaconry (elevated pro illa vice to a title) of Santa Maria Ausiliatrice in Via Tuscolana
  20. ^ a b Created a cardinal on ; transferred from the title of Santi XII Apostoli
  21. ^ Created a cardinal on ; transferred from the deaconry of Nostra Signora del Sacro Cuore
  22. ^ Created a cardinal on ; transferred from the deaconry of Santi Cosma e Damiano
  23. ^ Created a cardinal on ; transferred from the deaconry (elevated pro illa vice to a title on ) of San Giovanni della Pigna

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