Giuseppe d'Annibale (22 September 1815 – 18 July 1892) was an Italian cardinal and theologian.
|Prefect of the Congregation for Indulgences and Sacred Relics|
|Church||Roman Catholic Church|
|Appointed||22 June 1890|
|Term ended||18 July 1892|
|Other post(s)||Cardinal-Priest of Santi Bonifacio ed Alessio (1889-92)|
|Ordination||21 September 1839|
by Filippo de’ Conti Curoli
|Consecration||14 August 1881|
by Raffaele Monaco La Valletta
|Created cardinal||11 February 1889|
by Pope Leo XIII
22 September 1815
|Died||18 July 1892 (aged 76)|
Borbona, Rieti, Kingdom of Italy
|Previous post(s)||Titular Bishop of Carystus (1881-89)|
He was appointed professor in the Seminary of Rieti and later vicar-general of the diocese. He was preconized Titular Bishop of Caryste by Pope Leo XIII on 12 August 1881, was created Cardinal-Priest of Santi Bonifacio e Alessio on 11 February 1889, and became Prefect of the Congregation for Indulgences and Sacred Relics. His treatise on moral theology is entitled "Summula theologiae moralis" (Milan, 1881–1883). Another work, a commentary on the Constitution "Apostolicae Sedis" (Rieti, 1880), is also valuable to theologians and canonists.
This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain: A'Becket, John Joseph (1907). "Giuseppe d'Annibale". In Herbermann, Charles (ed.). Catholic Encyclopedia. Vol. 1. New York: Robert Appleton Company.