Apostolic Succession in the Roman Catholic Church
Pope Nicholas V
La Genealogia Episcopal del Santo Padre Francisco
UGCC Episcopal Lineage
Pope Eugene IV
Pope Nicholas V
Pope Leo XI
The Ravizza Line
A Maronite Lineage
Pope Pius III Lineage
Pope Julius III
Pope Hadrian VI Lineage
Pope Gregory XIV Lineage
Pope Sixtus V Lineage
Pope Pius IV Lineage
Pope Urban VII Lineage
Pope Marcellus II & Pope Paul IV Lineage
Missing papal lineages
Pope Innocent XIII Lineage
Pope Clement XI Lineage
Pope Innocent XII Lineage
Pope Alexander VIII Lineage
Blessed Pope Innocent XI Lineage
Pope Clement X Lineage
Pope Clement IX Lineage
Pope Alexander VII Lineage
d'Estouteville Lineage
Roman-rite bishops belonging to Eastern lines
Pope Gregory XVI lineage
Pope Innocent X Lineage
Pope Gregory XV Lineage
Pope Pius VII Lineage
Pope Pius VI lineage
Pope Clement XIV Lineage
Pope Clement XII Lineage
Pope Leo XIII Episcopal Lineage
Blessed Pope Pius IX & Pope Pius VIII Lineage
von Bodman Lineage
de Bovet Lineage
Pope John Paul I Lineage
Popes Paul VI, Pius XII, Benedict XV, and St. Pius X
Blessed Pope John XXIII Lineage
Pope John Paul II Lineage
Pope Pius XI Lineage
Pope Benedict XVI Lineage

The Episcopal Lineage of Pope Nicholas V.

Tommaso Parentucelli, Pope Nicholas V. Consecrated on 17 March 1447 at Rome, Saint Peter's Basilica, probably by Francesco Cardinal Condulmer, Bishop of Porto e Santa Rufina, Sub-dean of the Sacred College of Cardinals.

At this time, we do not have the details of the consecration of Cardinal Condulmer.


The Dean of the Sacred College of Cardinals, Cardinal Juan de Cervantes, Bishop of Ostia e Velletri, did not attend the conclave which elected Cardinal Parentucelli as Pope Nicholas V.  The Sub-dean, Cardinal Francesco Condulmer, did participate in the conclave and in the absence of the Dean, he should have been the consecrator of the new pope.  At the present time, we lack documentation and thus we can only state that he was the probable consecrator.