Mario Aurelio Poli

Mario Poli
Mario Aurelio Poli (born 29 November 1947) is an Argentine Cardinal of the Catholic Church.wikipedia
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Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Buenos Aires

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He has served as the Archbishop of Buenos Aires since his installation on 20 April 2013, succeeding Jorge Bergoglio, SJ, who was elected as Pope Francis.
The current archbishop, since 28 March 2013, is Mario Aurelio Poli, appointed by Pope Francis to succeed him as Archbishop of Buenos Aires.

Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina

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He obtained degrees as bachelor of social services at the University of Buenos Aires and as doctor of theology at the Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina.
When Mario Aurelio Poli was named Archbishop of Buenos Aires by Pope Francis later in 2013, he became Grand Chancellor of the University.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Santa Rosa in Argentina

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He previously served as the Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Santa Rosa in Argentina. Pope John Paul II appointed him auxiliary bishop of Buenos Aires in 2002, and Pope Benedict XVI appointed him Bishop of Santa Rosa in 2008.

Pope Francis

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He has served as the Archbishop of Buenos Aires since his installation on 20 April 2013, succeeding Jorge Bergoglio, SJ, who was elected as Pope Francis.

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Buenos Aires

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Buenos Aires is the seat of a Roman Catholic metropolitan archbishop (the Catholic primate of Argentina), currently Archbishop Mario Poli.

San Roberto Bellarmino, Rome

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and assigned the titular church of San Roberto Bellarmino, whose previous occupant was Bergoglio (now Pope Francis), also from the see of Buenos Aires.
Its cardinal priest is Cardinal Mario Aurelio Poli, who was created Cardinal on 22 February 2014.

Ernesto Giobando

Giobando received his episcopal consecration on 3 May from Mario Aurelio Poli, archbishop of Buenos Aires, with bishop of Lomas de Zamora, Jorge Rubén Lugones, bishop of Azul, Hugo Manuel Salaberry Goyeneche, bishop of Jujuy, César Daniel Fernández, and auxiliary bishop of Buenos Aires emeritus, Horacio Ernesto Benites Astoul, serving as co-consecrators.

Argentina

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Mario Aurelio Poli (born 29 November 1947) is an Argentine Cardinal of the Catholic Church.

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Mario Aurelio Poli (born 29 November 1947) is an Argentine Cardinal of the Catholic Church.

Inmaculada Concepción Seminary

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He began his philosophical and theological studies in 1969 at the Inmaculada Concepción Seminary in Villa Devoto.

Villa Devoto

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He began his philosophical and theological studies in 1969 at the Inmaculada Concepción Seminary in Villa Devoto.

University of Buenos Aires

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He obtained degrees as bachelor of social services at the University of Buenos Aires and as doctor of theology at the Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina.

Juan Carlos Aramburu

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Poli was ordained a priest by Cardinal Juan Carlos Aramburu on 25 November 1978, and led the Parish of San Cayetano in Liniers for two years.

Saint Cajetan

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Poli was ordained a priest by Cardinal Juan Carlos Aramburu on 25 November 1978, and led the Parish of San Cayetano in Liniers for two years.

Liniers

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Poli was ordained a priest by Cardinal Juan Carlos Aramburu on 25 November 1978, and led the Parish of San Cayetano in Liniers for two years.

Antonio Quarracino

Antonio Cardinal Quarracino
In 1992, the Archbishop of Buenos Aires Cardinal Antonio Quarracino appointed him Director of the Vocational Institute "Saint Joseph", place of formation of the future priests, where he exercised a peculiar and striking selective discrimination on the postulants or candidates to the entrance, for internal ideological, socio-economic reasons, for carrying face and geographical origin.

Pope John Paul II

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Pope John Paul II appointed him auxiliary bishop of Buenos Aires in 2002, and Pope Benedict XVI appointed him Bishop of Santa Rosa in 2008.

Pope Benedict XVI

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Pope John Paul II appointed him auxiliary bishop of Buenos Aires in 2002, and Pope Benedict XVI appointed him Bishop of Santa Rosa in 2008.

Same-sex marriage in Argentina

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Poli has opposed same-sex marriage in Argentina and commented that he would have a respectful but distant relationship with the administration of Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, a political stance similar to that of Bergoglio.

Cristina Fernández de Kirchner

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Poli has opposed same-sex marriage in Argentina and commented that he would have a respectful but distant relationship with the administration of Argentine President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, a political stance similar to that of Bergoglio.

Church–state relations in Argentina

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He has requested an increased dialogue between the church and the state.

Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral

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Poli's appointment was officially announced on 28 March and he was enthroned on 20 April at the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral, taking the place of Jorge Bergoglio, S.J., who had been elected pope on 13 March.

Pallium

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He received the pallium from Pope Francis in Rome on 29 June 2013.

Congregation for the Oriental Churches

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On 19 February 2014 he was appointed a member of the Congregation for the Oriental Churches and Pontifical Council for the Laity.