Gaeta
Gaeta (Latin: Caieta, Ancient Greek: Καιέτα) is a city and comune in the province of Latina, in Lazio, central Italy. Set on a promontory stretching towards the Gulf of Gaeta, it is 120 kilometres...
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Henry Edward Manning
Henry Edward Manning (15 July 1808 – 14 January 1892) was an English Roman Catholic Archbishop of Westminster and a cardinal.
Manning was born 15 July, 1808 at his grandfather's home, Copped Hall,...
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Edward Fitzgerald (bishop)
Edward Mary Fitzgerald (October 28, 1833—February 21, 1907) was an Irish-born prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as Bishop of Little Rock from 1867 until his death in 1907.
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Joseph Marello
Saint Joseph Marello (December 26, 1844 - May 30, 1895) was the son of Vincenzo and Anna Maria Marello. Joseph's mother died when he was very young, and the family moved from Turin to San Martino Alfi...
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Michael Deinlein
Michael von Deinlein (26 October 1800, Hetzles, Upper Franconia – 4 January 1875, Bamberg) was a German Roman Catholic priest, bishop and archbishop.
He studied theology and philosophy in Ba...
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Francisco Palau
Francisco Palau y Quer, O.C.D., (Catalan: Francesc Palau i Quer; 29 December 1811 - 20 March 1872) was a Catalan Discalced Carmelite friar and priest. Growing up in the chaos of the Peninsular War...
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Herbert Vaughan
Herbert Alfred Vaughan (1832–1903) was an English prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as Archbishop of Westminster from 1892 until his death, and was elevated to the cardinalate in 1...
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Lajos Haynald
Stephan Franz Lajos (or Ludwig) Haynald (b. at Szécsény, 3 October 1816; d. at Kalocsa, 3 July 1891) was a Hungarian Archbishop of Kalocsa-Bács, naturalist, and Cardinal.
Having completed his stud...
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Senigallia
Senigallia (or Sinigaglia in Old Italian) is a comune and port town of the province of Ancona on Italy's Adriatic coast, in the Marche region. The small port is formed by the lower reaches of the Misa...
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Giacomo Antonelli
Giacomo Antonelli (April 2, 1806 – November 6, 1876) was an Italian cardinal deacon. He was the Cardinal Secretary of State from 1848 until his death; he played a key role in Italian politics, ...
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Austrian Tiara
The Austrian Tiara was a papal tiara given to Pope Leo XIII by the Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary, Franz Josef I, in 1894.Records suggest that it was rarely worn.
Crescente Errázuriz
Monsignor Crescente Errázuriz Valdivieso (November 18, 1839 – July 5, 1931) was a Chilean Dominican friar, Roman Catholic archbishop of Santiago, professor, writer and historian. Crescente Errázuriz w...
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Wilhelm Emmanuel Freiherr von Ketteler
Freiherr Wilhelm Emmanuel von Ketteler (25 December 1811 – 13 July 1877) was a German theologian and politician who served as Bishop of Mainz. His social teachings became influential during the ...
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Daniel Comboni
Daniel Comboni (15 March 1831 – 10 October 1881) was a Roman Catholic missionary to Africa and is a canonized saint.
Comboni was born on 15 March 1831 in at Limone sul Garda, Brescia, Italy, into ...
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Luigi Bilio
Luigi Maria Bilio, C.R.S.P. (25 March 1826 – 30 January 1884), was a Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church who, among other offices, was Secretary of the Supreme Sacred Congregation of the Holy Office...
Domenico Consolini
Domenico Antonio Luigi Pacifico Nicola Baldassare Consolini (7 June 1806 – 20 December 1884) was an Italian bishop and cardinal, who served as a diplomat of the Holy See.
Born in Senigallia, he wa...
José María de Urquinaona y Vidot
José María Urquinaona y Bidot (or Vidot) (1814-1883) was a bishop of Barcelona. Born in Cádiz, he was presented at the First Vatican Council as secretary of the bishops from Spain. In 1878, he was m...
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Golden Tiara
The Golden Tiara was a gold and silver papal tiara given to Pope Leo XIII in 1903. The tiara was given by the Vicar-General of Rome on behalf of the world's Catholics to commemorate the Pope's Silver ...
Tommaso Pasquale Gizzi
Tommaso Pasquale Gizzi (1787–1849) was an Italian prelate who rose to the highest ranks of the Catholic Church during the first half of the 19th century.
Born in Ceccano, near Frosinone, at the t...
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Pierre Dufal
Pierre Dufal, C.S.C. (November 8, 1822 – March 14, 1898) was a French-born bishop of the Catholic Church in Eastern Bengal and the United States. He served as the Vicar Apostolic of Eastern Bengal and...
Pope Pius IX
Pope Pius IX (Latin: Pius IX; 13 May 1792 – 7 February 1878), born Giovanni Maria Mastai-Ferretti, reigned from 16 June 1846 to his death in 1878. He was the longest-reigning elected pope in the h...
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Benito Sanz y Forés
Benito Sanz y Fores J.C.D. S.T.D. (21 March 1828 - 1 November 1895) was a Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church and Archbishop of Seville.Benito Sanz was born in Gandía, Valencia Province. He was edu...
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German Tiara
The German Tiara was donated to Pope Leo XIII by Kaiser Wilhelm I of Germany in 1887, officially to commemorate the golden jubilee of Leo's ordination as a priest. However, it is suspected that its do...
John McCloskey
John McCloskey (March 10, 1810 – October 10, 1885) was an American prelate of the Roman Catholic Church. He was Archbishop of New York from 1864 until his death in 1885, having previously served as Bi...
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Jacinto Vera
Jacinto Vera y Durán (3 July 1813 - 6 May 1881) was a Uruguayan cleric and the first Catholic bishop of Montevideo. A barrio of Montevideo is named after him.
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