|Cardinal, Archbishop of Cebu|
|Installed||December 17, 1949|
|Term ended||August 24, 1982|
|Predecessor||Gabriel M. Reyes|
|Ordination||June 2, 1929|
|Consecration||September 21, 1946|
by Guglielmo Piani
|Created cardinal||April 28, 1969|
by Pope Paul VI
|Birth name||Julio Rosales y Ras|
|Born||September 18, 1906|
Calbayog, Samar, Philippine Islands
|Died||June 2, 1983 (aged 76)|
Cebu City, Cebu
|Buried||Mausoleum at the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral|
|Motto||TE AMARI FACIAM ("I will love you")|
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Julio Rosales y Ras (September 18, 1906 – June 2, 1983), the second Archbishop of Cebu, was a Filipino cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. A native of Calbayog, he made his studies at the Seminary of Calbayog and was ordained in his hometown on June 2, 1929. From 1929 to 1946, he did pastoral work in the diocese of Calbayog. He was consecrated bishop of Tagbilaran on September 21, 1946.
On December 17, 1949, Rosales was promoted to the metropolitan see of Cebu. During his reign, in 1965, Cebu hosted the celebrations for the 400th anniversary of the Christianization of the Philippines.
Rosales was elevated to the college of cardinals by Pope Paul VI in the consistory of April 28, 1969 and given the titular church of Sacro Cuore di Gesù agonizzante a Vitinia. He also participated in both conclaves of 1978. He resigned the pastoral government of his archdiocese, on August 24, 1982 and died less than a year later in Cebu City, his beloved episcopal city.
Julio Rosales y Ras
|Reference style||His Eminence|
|Spoken style||Your Eminence|
Julio Rosales is buried at the mausoleum of the Roman Catholic Metropolitan Cathedral in Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines. His mementos are currently on display at the Cathedral Museum of Cebu.
Julio Rosales was the brother of Philippine Senator Decoroso Rosales. The Senator named his grandson Julio Rosales II.