He was born in 1888 and died in 1977. He was the Patriarch of Lisbon from 1929 to 1971. He was made a cardinal also in 1929, which makes his cardinalate of 48 years the longest since Henry Benedict Stewart (1747 to 1805: No-one is ever gonna beat that).
Some offcial occasion. To the left of Cardinal Cerejeira you see (if I am not mistaken and please tell me if I am) the French Cardinal Baudrillart.
With other Portugese prelates that I cannot identify.
Update: A reader just sent in this information: "Since Cerejeira was ordained a bishop until 1928 (in the photo he is holding a bishop's birretta) the the prelate next to his is a cardinal and it must be his predecessor Cardinal Bello ( it looks like him ). Cerejeira became the patriarch and cardinal the next year."
Cardinal Cerejeira is second from left. The other Cardinals are (lefto to right) Pla y Deniel, Tedeschini (?) and Gerlier.
Walking under a canpoy
I'd start thinking about some serious changes if my canons had a cappa and I didn't.
With Pope Paul VI
With a whole bunch of utterly cute kids and some proud moms