There is only one last living cardinal who is a Homo Romae natus (a native of Rome). He's also one of the most delightful human beings you'll ever have the pleasure to meet.
Meet Fiorenzo Card. Angelini! He was born in Rome in 1916 and was ordained a priest in 1940. In 1956 he was consecrated a bishop in Rome (Mel Gibson considers him to be one of the very last true bishops).
Today he's one of the last living Council Fathers from VII. It's a delight to chat with him as he has a great sense of humor. His favorite English word is "good-bye" and so he often says it with a smile. He also likes to explain that he was born in Rome and is the last Roman cardinal.
One easy way to understand Vatican Council II is to read the chapter entitled "The Second Vatican Council" in the autobiography of Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen entitled Treasure in Clay from 1980.
I was touched to see a prelate over ninety years old on the streets of Rome proudly looking his best. May he be an eloquent example to us that we, too, might wear our Sunday best and encourage our clergy to do the same.