|Date of Birth||December 2, 1934 (Age: 87)|
|Place of Birth||Italy|
Tarcisio Bertone was born on December 2, 1934 in Italy. He was an Italian cardinal of the Catholic Church and a diplomat for the Vatican who, at various points in his career, served as the Archbishop of both Vercelli and Genoa.
Between the years 1967 and 1976, he was a member of the faculty at Pontifical Salesian University, where he taught Special Moral Theology. Beginning with Benedict XVI’s departure and continuing through Pope Francis’ election, he was in charge of Camerlengo duties. His mother was a member of the Italian People’s Party and was active in the fight against fascism.