Master of the Order of Preachers

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The Master of the Order of Preachers is the leader of the Order of Preachers, commonly known as the Dominicans.[1]

The Master of the Order of Preachers is ex officio Grand Chancellor of the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas, Angelicum in Rome, Italy.

Fr. Bruno Cadoré is the current Master of the order, elected in 2010 at a General Chapter held in Rome.[2]

Masters of the Order

No. Image Master Nationality Tenure Notes
1 The Perugia Altarpiece, Side Panel Depicting St. Dominic.jpg St. Dominic Kingdom of Castile 1216–1221 Founder of the Order of Preachers
2 Jordanofsaxony.png Bl. Jordan of Saxony Duchy of Saxony 1222–1237
3 Raymon de Peñaforte.jpg St. Raymond of Penyafort Kingdom of Aragon 1238–1240
4 06 Giovanni di Sassonia.jpg John of Wildeshausen Duchy of Saxony 1241–1252
5 Bl. Humbert of Romans Kingdom of France 1254–1263
6 Bl. John of Vercelli Kingdom of Sardinia 1264–1283
7 Munio of Zamora Kingdom of Castile 1285–1291
8 Stephen of Besançon Free Imperial City of Besançon 1292–1294
9 B Benedikt XI.jpg Nicola Boccasini Kingdom of Italy 1296–1298
10 Albertus de Chiavari Kingdom of Italy 1300
11 Bernard de Jusix Kingdom of France 1301–1303
12 Aymeric of Piacenza Piacenza 1304–1311
13 Bérenger de Landore Kingdom of France 1312–1317
14 Hervaeus Natalis Kingdom of France 1318–1323
15 Barnaba Cagnoli Vercelli 1324–1332
16 Hugh of Vaucemain Duchy of Burgundy 1333–1341
17 Gerard de Daumar Kingdom of France 1342
18 Pierre de Baume Kingdom of France 1343–1345
19 Garin de Gy Kingdom of France 1346–1348
20 Jean de Moulins.jpg Jean de Moulins Kingdom of France 1349–1350
21 Simon de Langres Duchy of Burgundy 1352–1366
22 Elias Raymond Kingdom of France 1367–1380
23 Raimondo da Capua.jpg Bl. Raymond of Capua Kingdom of Naples 1380–1399
24 Tommaso Paccaroni 1401–1414
25 Leonardo Dati Republic of Florence 1414–1425
26 Barthélémy Texier Kingdom of France 1426–1449
27 Pierre Rochin Kingdom of France 1450
28 Guy Flamochet Kingdom of France 1451
29 Martial Auribelli Kingdom of France 1453–1462; 1465–1473 Elected in 1453, deposed on 1462 in favor of Conrad of Asti. Re-elected in 1465.
30 Conrad of Asti Kingdom of Naples 1462–1465
31 Leonardo Mansueti 1474–1480
32 Salvo Cassetta 1481–1483
33 Bartolomeo Comazzi 1484–1485
34 Barnaba Sansoni 1486
35 Gioacchino Torriani 1487–1500
36 Vincenzo Bandello Duchy of Milan 1501–1506
37 Jean Clérée Kingdom of France 1507
38 Thomas Cajetan Kingdom of Naples 1508–1518
39 Juan García Loaysa - Kardinal.jpg García de Loaysa Kingdom of Spain 1518–1524
40 Francesco Silvestri Duchy of Ferrara 1525–1528
41 Paolo Butigella Republic of Venice 1530–1531
42 Jean du Feynier Kingdom of France 1532–1538
43 Agostino Recuperati 1539–1540
44 Alberto de las Casas Kingdom of Spain 1542–1544
45 Francesco Romeo Republic of Florence 1546–1552
46 Stefano Usodimare Republic of Genoa 1553–1557
47 Vincenzo Giustiniani Republic of Genoa 1558–1570
48 Serafino Cavalli Republic of Venice 1571–1578
49 Paolo Constabile Duchy of Ferrara 1580–1582
50 Sisto Fabri Republic of Lucca 1583–1589
51 Ippolito Maria Beccaria Kingdom of Sardinia 1589–1600
52 Jerónimo Xavierre Kingdom of Spain 1601–1607
53 Agostino Galamini Papal States 1608–1612
54 Serafino Secchi Pavia (Kingdom of Spain) 1612–1628
55 Niccolò Ridolfi.jpg Niccolò Ridolfi Republic of Florence 1629–1642
56 Tommaso Turco 1644–1649
57 Giovanni Battista de Marinis Republic of Genoa 1650–1669
58 Joan Tomàs de Rocabertí.jpg Juan Tomás de Rocaberti Kingdom of Spain 1670–1677
59 Antonin Cloche Kingdom of France 1686–1720
60 Agustín Pipia Kingdom of Spain 1721–1725
61 Tomas Ripoll.jpg Tomás Ripoll Kingdom of Spain 1725–1747
62 Antonin Brémond Kingdom of France 1748–1755
63 Boixadors.jpg Juan Tomás de Boxadors Kingdom of Spain 1756–1777
64 Baltasar de Quiñones.jpg Baltasar de Quiñones Kingdom of Spain 1777–1798
65 Pio Giuseppe Gaddi 1798–1819
66 Joaquín Briz 1825–1831
67 Francesco Ferdinando Jabalot 1832–1834
68 Benedetto Maurizio Olivieri 1834–1835
69 Tommaso Giacinto Cipolletti 1835–1838
70 Angelo Ancarani 1838–1844
71 Vincenzo Ajello 1844–1850
72 Alexandre Vincent Jandel France 1850–1872
73 Giuseppe M. Sanvito 1873–1879
74 José Maria Larroca 1879–1891
75 Andreas Frühwirth Austria 1891–1904
76 Blessed Hyacinthe Cormier OP.jpg Bl. Hyacinthe-Marie Cormier France 1904–1916
77 Ludwig Theissling 1916–1925
78 Bl. Buenaventura García de Paredes Spain 1926–1929
79 Martin Gillet France 1929–1946
80 Manuel Suárez Fernández 1946–1954
81 Michael Browne Ireland 1955–1962
82 Aniceto Fernández Alonso 1962–1974
83 Vincent de Couesnongle France 1974–1983
84 Damian Byrne Ireland 1983–1992
85 Timothy Radcliffe United Kingdom 1992–2001
86 Carlos Azpiroz Costa Argentina 2001–2010
87 Bruno Cadoré France 2010–

References

  1. ^ GCatholic – Order of Preachers
  2. ^ http://www.op.org/en/content/master-order
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