Origin of cardinal
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“Light trumps darkness, hope beats despair, grace wins over sin, love defeats hate, life conquers death,” the cardinal said.'Please Don't Die!': The Frantic Battle to Save Murdered Cops|Michael Daly|December 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Elisabetta Piqué, who knew Bergoglio well as a cardinal, writes in the present tense as if to convey real time passing.
And yet, a dossier of allegations involving human rights could not help any cardinal at a moment like that.
The cardinals had such a bad reputation that the very term “cardinal” became an insult in Renaissance Rome.
Perhaps, as one cardinal recently complained, the chaos is the plan.
The cardinal wanted a benefice for one of his followers, and the Pope wished to get his son's enemy once more into his power.Renaissance in Italy Vol. 3|John Addington Symonds
Chavigni repaid the Cardinal with heartfelt gratitude, with firm adherence, and uncompromising service.Richelieu, v. 1/3|G. P. R. James
"Of course, I shall continue to work with the Cardinal," said the priest, when the family gave him time to speak.Marzio's Crucifix and Zoroaster|F. Marion Crawford
The ascetic side of it became the cardinal idea of religious virtue in the Middle Ages.Folkways|William Graham Sumner
Cardinal Cajetan was the legate, and he was but little fitted to deal with Luther.