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Prelate of Honour of His Holiness

A Prelate of Honour of His Holiness is a Catholic prelate to whom the Pope has granted this title of honour.

They are addressed as Monsignor and have certain privileges as regards clerical clothing.[1][2]

Overview

Before the motu proprio Pontificalis Domus of 28 March 1968, Honorary Prelates (HP) were called Domestic Prelates (Latin: Antistites Urbani). Those who held certain offices were also granted the title, such as an Archbishop or Bishop Assistant at the Pontifical Throne or a member of the Roman Prelature. The title was retained by archbishops, bishops and protonotaries apostolic who had been awarded it before their appointment to those positions.[3]

The Prelates of Honor are entitled Reverendo Monsignore (Italian) or Reverendus Monsignor (Latin) (English: Reverend Monsignor).

Prelates of Honor:

  • The Auditors of the Sacred Roman Rota
  • The Clerics of the Apostolic Chamber

Prelates of Honor durante munere:

  • The Canons of the cathedrals of Pisa, Siena and Vercelli
  • The Canons of the Metropolitan Chapter of Genoa
  • The Canons of the Metropolitan Chapter of Taranto
  • The Canons of the Metropolitan Chapter of Bologna
  • The Dignities of the Metropolitan Chapter of Catania
  • The Senior of the Canons of San Lorenzo in Damaso in Rome
  • The Conventual Chaplains ad honorem SMOM
  • The Chaplains of the Royal Chapel of the Treasure of San Gennaro in Naples
  • The Judges of the Tribunal of the Rota of the Apostolic Nunciature in Spain
  • The Superior and Dean of the Collegiate Church of Prabuty (Poland)
  • The Provost of Canzo (Archdiocese of Milan), 5 years after taking office
  • The Provost of Asso (Archdiocese of Milan)
  • The Archpriest of the Chapter of Sts. Celsus and Giuliano in Rome
  • The Provost pro tempore of Clusone (Bergamo)
  • The Members of the Colleges of the Tribunal of the Apostolic Penitentiary, retaining their proper habit, or the Minor Apostolic Penitentiaries
  • The pro tempore parish priest of Caravaggio (Bergamo).
  • Generic coat of arms of an Honorary Prelate

    Generic coat of arms of an Honorary Prelate

  • Mgr. Alfred Vanneste, Honorary Prelate

    Mgr. Alfred Vanneste, Honorary Prelate

See also

References

  1. ^ Instruction on the Dress, Titles and Coat-of-Arms of Cardinals, Bishops and Lesser Prelates (31 March 1969), English translation published by the Vatican.
  2. ^ "catholicsites.org". catholicsites.org.
  3. ^ Annuario Pontificio 2012, p. 1853

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