Apostolic Succession in the Roman Catholic Church
The Episcopal Lineage of Pope Marcellus II & Pope Paul IV
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Episcopal lineages

The EPISCOPAL LINEAGE

of

HIS HOLINESS

POPE MARCELLUS II

AND OF

HIS HOLINESS

POPE PAUL IV

Marcello Cervini, Pope Marcellus II. Consecrated 10 April 1555 at Rome, in the Pauline Chapel of the Vatican, by Gianpietro Cardinal Carafa, Bishop of Ostia e Velletri, Dean of the Sacred College of Cardinals, assisted by Jean Cardinal de Bellay, Bishop of Porto, and Tommaso Cardinal Pio, Bishop of Frascati.

Gianpietro Carafa, the future Pope Paul IV, Bishop of Chieti. Consecrated 18 September 1506 at Rome, probably by Oliviero Cardinal Carafa, Archbishop emeritus of Napoli, assisted by ....

Oliviero Carafa, Archbishop of Napoli. Consecrated 29 December 1458 at Torre del Greco by Leone de Simone, Bishop of Nola, assisted by Leone Cortese, Bishop of Acerra, and Benedetto, Bishop of Dragonara.

Leone de Simone, Bishop of Nola. Elected 23 March 1442. To date, no information concerning his consecration has been found.

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