ⓘ List of canonically crowned images

                                     

ⓘ List of canonically crowned images

The following list enumerates the various Marian, Josephian, and Christological images venerated in the Roman Catholic Church, by which a Pope has officially issued a Papal bull of canonical coronation either by the Pontiff, a Papal legate or a Papal nuncio.

The very first Marian image crowned without a direct papal approval was by Cardinal Francesco Sforza Pallavicino with La Madonna della Oropa on 30 August 1620. The first Marian image Pontifically crowned was the painted image of La Madonna della Febbre Madonna of Fever on 27 May 1631 by Pope Urban VIII through the Vatican Chapter located at the Sacristy of Saint Peters Basilica.

The solemn prescription of ritual to crowning images is embedded in Ordo Coronandi Imaginem Beatae Mariae Virginis published by the Holy Office on 25 May 1981. Prior to 1989, papal bulls concerning the authorization of canonical coronations were handwritten on parchment. After 1989, the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments began issuing the specific recognition to crown a religious image, spelling out its approved devotional title and authorizing Papal legate. Several venerated images of the Child Jesus and Saint Joseph have also been granted a Pontifical coronation.

                                     
  • Secretary of State Cardinal Pietro Gasparri, where the image is permanently enshrined today. Infant Jesus of Mechelen Santo Nino de Cebu List of canonically crowned
  • designated candidate is canonically suitable for the office and the election has been conducted validly. Fernando della Rocca, Manual of Canon Law pg. 170
  • The Canonically Crowned Image of Our Lady of Aranzazu is brought out from the shrine during procession. The Canonically Crowned Image of Our Lady of Aranzazu
  • hopeless. Infant Jesus of Prague Infant Jesus of Mechelen Santo Niño de Cebu Christ Child List of canonically crowned images The Miraculous Bambino
  • Pontifical council Personal Prelature Benefice Canonical coronation Canonically crowned images Computation of time Contract law Custom Delegata potestas non
  • Canonical provision is a term of the canon law of the Catholic Church, signifying regular induction into a benefice. It comprises three distinct acts
  • other icon of this type the Madonna of Santa Maria in Ara Coeli in the basilica beside the Campidoglio List of canonically crowned images A Roma l Iscr
  • communities of nuns are visited by the bishop either by virtue of his own right or as delegate of the Holy See. Religious superiors also visit canonically institutions
  • Canonical admonitions are a preliminary means used by the Roman Catholic Church towards a suspected person, as a preventive of harm or a remedy of evil