Colombian Roman Catholics

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  1. Colombian Roman Catholic archbishops

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  2. Colombian Roman Catholic bishops

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  3. Colombian cardinals

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  6. Colombian Roman Catholic priests

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  7. Colombian saints

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  1. Shakira



    Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll (/ʃəˈkɪərə/; born February 2, 1977) is a Colombian singer, songwriter, dancer, record producer, choreographer, and model. Born and raised in Barranquilla, she began performing in school, demonstrating Latin, Arabic, and rock and roll influences and belly dancing abilities. Shakira released her first studio albums, Magia and Peligro, in the early 1990s, failing to attain commercial success; however, she rose to prominence in Latin America with her major-label debut, Pies Descalzos (1996), and her fourth album, Dónde Están los Ladrones? (1998).

  2. Sofía Vergara

    Sofía Vergara


    Sofía Margarita Vergara Vergara (born July 10, 1972) is a Colombian-American actress, comedian, producer, television host, model and businesswoman.

  3. Tatiana Santo Domingo

    Tatiana Santo Domingo


    Tatiana Casiraghi (née Santo Domingo; born on 24 November 1983) is an heiress and socialite married to Andrea Casiraghi, the eldest son of the Princess of Hanover and fourth in the line of succession to the Monegasque throne. She is the 847th wealthiest person in the world and has a net worth of 2.2 billion US dollars.

  4. Sandra Vergara

    Sandra Vergara


    Sandra Vergara is a Colombian actress and model. She is the cousin and adopted sister of actress Sofia Vergara.

  5. Radamel Falcao

    Radamel Falcao


    Radamel Falcao García Zárate (10 February 1986), also known as Radamel Falcao, Falcao García or simply as Falcao, is a Colombian professional footballer who plays as a striker for English club Chelsea, on loan from French club Monaco, and the Colombia national team. He is sometimes nicknamed El Tigre (Spanish for The Tiger) and King of the Europa League.

  6. Pablo Escobar

    Pablo Escobar


    Pablo Emilio Escobar Gaviria (December 1, 1949 – December 2, 1993) was a notorious Colombian drug lord who, at the height of his career, supplied about 80% of the cocaine smuggled into the United States. Often called "The King of Cocaine", he was the wealthiest criminal in history, with an estimated known net worth of US$30 billion by the early 1990s, and approximately US$100 billion when including money that was buried in different places throughout Colombia. He was also one of the top ten richest men in the world at his prime.

  7. Antonio Nariño

    Antonio Nariño


    Antonio Amador José de Nariño Bernardo del Casal (Santa Fé de Bogotá, Colombia 1765-1824 Villa de Leyva, Colombia) was an ideological Colombian precursor and one of the early political and military leaders of the independence movement in the New Granada (present day Colombia.)

  8. Jorge Isaacs

    Jorge Isaacs


    Jorge Isaacs Ferrer (April 1, 1837–April 17, 1895) was a Colombian writer, politician and soldier. His only novel, María, became one of the most notable works of the Romantic movement in Spanish-language literature.

  9. Camilo Torres Tenorio

    Camilo Torres Tenorio


    Camilo Torres Tenorio (November 22, 1766 – October 5, 1816) was a Colombian politician. He is credited as being an early founder of the nation due to his role in early struggles for independence from Spain.

  10. Juan Pablo Ángel

    Juan Pablo Ángel


    Juan Pablo Ángel Arango (born 24 October 1975) is a retired Colombian footballer who last played for Atlético Nacional in Categoría Primera A.

  11. Nicolas Gomez Davila

    Nicolas Gomez Davila


    Nicolás Gómez Dávila (18 May 1913 – 17 May 1994) was a Colombian writer and thinker who is considered one of the most intransigent political theoreticians of the twentieth century.

  12. Gustavo Petro

    Gustavo Petro


    Gustavo Francisco Petro Urrego, (born April 19, 1960) is a Colombian politician and economist, and current mayor of the capital city of Bogota. In his youth, he was a member of the militant guerrilla group 19th of April Movement, which later evolved into the Alianza Democrática M-19, a political party in which Petro also participated. Years later he would become the presidential candidate for the Alternative Democratic Pole in the 2010 Colombian election, but lost coming fourth after the now President Juan Manuel Santos, Antanas Mockus and German Vargas Lleras respectively. In 2011 Petro, running for his Movimiento Progresistas (es) (Progresistas Movement), won the elections for Mayor of Bogotá, the second most important position in Colombian executive power, garnering 32% of the vote and defeating former mayor Enrique Peñalosa, Gina Parody, and Carlos Fernando Galán.

  13. Juan Manuel Santos

    Juan Manuel Santos


    Juan Manuel Santos Calderón (born 10 August 1951) is the 32nd and current President of Colombia, in office since 2010. He was Minister of Defence from 2006 to 2009.

  14. Ingrid Betancourt

    Ingrid Betancourt


    Ingrid Betancourt Pulecio (born 25 December 1961) is a Colombian politician, former senator and anti-corruption activist. Betancourt was kidnapped by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) on 23 February 2002 and was rescued by Colombian security forces six and a half years later on 2 July 2008. The rescue operation, dubbed Operation Jaque, rescued Betancourt along with 14 other hostages (three United States citizens and eleven Colombian policemen and soldiers). In all, she was held captive for six years after being taken while campaigning for the Colombian presidency as a Green. She had decided to campaign in the former "zone of distention", after the military operation "Tanatos" was launched, and after the zone was declared free of guerrillas by the government. Her kidnapping received worldwide coverage, particularly in France, where she also held citizenship due to her prior marriage to a French diplomat.

  15. Santiago Martínez Delgado

    Santiago Martínez Delgado


    Santiago Martínez Delgado (1906–1954) was a Colombian painter, sculptor, art historian and writer. He established a reputation as a prominent muralist during the 1940s and is also known for his watercolors, oil paintings, illustrations and woodcarvings.

  16. José Miguel Pey de Andrade

    José Miguel Pey de Andrade


    José Miguel Pey y García de Andrade (March 11, 1763 – August 17, 1838) was a Colombian statesman and soldier and a leader of the independence movement from Spain. He is considered the first vice president and first president of Colombia. He was a centralist.

  17. María Clemencia Rodríguez Múnera

    María Clemencia Rodríguez Múnera


    María Clemencia "Tutina" Rodríguez Múnera (born 13 November 1955) is the wife of the 32nd and current President of Colombia, Juan Manuel Santos Calderón, and serves as First Lady of Colombia since 2010.

  18. José Manuel Marroquín

    José Manuel Marroquín


    Jose Manuel Cayetano Marroquín Ricaurte (August 6, 1827 – September 19, 1908) was a Colombian political figure and the 27th President of Colombia.

  19. Enrique Olaya Herrera

    Enrique Olaya Herrera


    Enrique Alfredo Olaya Herrera (November 12, 1880 – February 18, 1937) was a Colombian journalist and politician, President of Colombia from August 7, 1930 until August 7, 1934 representing the Colombian Liberal Party.

  20. Carlos Eugenio Restrepo

    Carlos Eugenio Restrepo


    Carlos Eugenio Restrepo Restrepo (September 12, 1867 – July 6, 1937) was a Colombian lawyer, writer, and statesman, who was elected President of Colombia in 1910. During his administration he worked towards making political reconciliation among the Conservative and Liberals. He appointed members of the Liberal Party to his Cabinet, and to the dismay of some of his own party, adopted a neutral stand on all issues. He later served as Minister of Government and Ambassador to the Vatican City State.

  21. Francisco Javier Zaldúa

    Francisco Javier Zaldúa


    Francisco Javier Martínez de Zaldúa y Racines was a Colombian, lawyer and politician, elected President of Colombia in 1882.

  22. Roberto Urdaneta Arbeláez

    Roberto Urdaneta Arbeláez


    Roberto Urdaneta Arbeláez (27 June 1890 – 20 August 1972) was a Colombian Conservative party politician who served as President of Colombia from November 1951 until June 1953, while President Laureano Gómez was absent due to health issues.

  23. Pedro Alcántara Herrán

    Pedro Alcántara Herrán


    Pedro Alcántara Herrán Martínez de Zaldúa was a Colombian general and statesman who served as President of the Republic of the New Granada between 1841 and 1845. As a general he served in the wars of independence of the New Granada and of Peru.

  24. Julián Trujillo Largacha

    Julián Trujillo Largacha


    Julián Trujillo Largacha was a Colombian lawyer, statesman, General of the Army and President of Colombia from 1878 to 1880.

  25. Rafael García Herreros

    Rafael García Herreros


    Rafael García Herreros (Cúcuta, 1909–Bogotá, 1992) was a Colombian leader of the Charismatic Catholic Minuto de Dios organization.

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