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Early life . Cleric of Naples. Ambassador before Emperor Charles V, 1547. Protonotary apostolic participantium in the pontificate of Pope Paul III. Domestic prelate of His Holiness, June 4, 1549. Pro-legate in Bologna, June 6, 1549; confirmed, February 10, 1550. Referendary of the Tribunals of the Apostolic Signature of Justice and of Grace. Governor of Borgo during the vacant see of 1550 and prefect of the conclave.

A little known fact about the creation of this study was that Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre chaired the working committee that drafted it. Historical details about this important event can be found in Marcel Lefebvre: The Biography by Bishop Bernard Tissier de Mallerais.[1]

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