- Andreas Ferrari
Educated in the seminary of Parma, Italy. Ordained on 20 December 1873 in Parma. Episcopal delegate of Mariano, February 1874. Coadjutor Bishop of Fornovo di Taro, Italy on 4 July 1874. Vice-rector of the Parma seminary, and professor of physics and mathematics in 1875. Rector of the seminary in 1877. Professor of fundamental theology, ecclesiastical history and moral theology in 1878. Bishop of Guastalla, Italy on 29 May 1890. Bishop of Como, Italy on 29 May 1891. Created cardinal on 18 May 1894. Archbishop of Milan, Italy on 21 May 1894. Chose his middle name of Carlo in honour of Saint Charles Borromeo. Participated in the conclave of 1903 that elected Pope Saint Pius X, and of 1914 that chose Pope Benedict XV.
- 2 February 1921 at Milan, Italy of natural causes
- buried in the chapel Virgo Potens, cathedral of Milan
- 1885: Summula theologiae dogmaticae generalis
- “Blessed Andrea Carlo Ferrari“. CatholicSaints.Info. 21 June 2015. Web. 29 April 2016. <>