Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Milan
The Archdiocese of Milan (Italian: Arcidiocesi di Milano, Latin: Archidioecesis Mediolanensis) is a metropolitan see of the Catholic Church in Italy which covers the areas of Milan, Monza, Lec...
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List of pastoral visits of Pope Paul VI outside Italy
The list of pastoral visits of Pope Paul VI outside Italy details the travels of the first pope to leave Italy since 1809, and the first to visit the Western Hemisphere, Africa, and Asia during his re...
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Federico Borromeo
Federico Borromeo (18 August 1564 – 21 September 1631) was an Italian cardinal and archbishop of Milan.
Federico Borromeo was born in Milan as the second son of Giulio Cesare Borromeo, Count of A...
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Council of Jerusalem
Council of Jerusalem (or Apostolic Conference) is a name applied by historians and theologians to a Christian Apostolic Age council that was held in Jerusalem and dated to around the year 50 AD. It is...
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Auxentius of Milan
Auxentius of Milan or of Cappadocia (fl. c. 355 – 374), was an Arian theologian and bishop of Milan. Because of his Arian faith, Auxentius is considered by the Catholic Church as an i...
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Ambrose
Aurelius Ambrosius, better known in English as Saint Ambrose (/ˈæmbroʊz/; c. 340 – 4 April 397), was a bishop of Milan who became one of the most influential ecclesiastical figures of t...
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Pope Urban III
Pope Urban III (Latin: Urbanus III; died 20 October 1187), born Uberto Crivelli, reigned from 25 November 1185 to his death in 1187.He was made cardinal and Archbishop of Milan by Pope Lucius III,...
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Theodorus I (bishop of Milan)
Theodorus I (Italian: Teodoro) was Archbishop of Milan from 475 to 490. He is honoured as a saint in the Catholic Church and his feast day is July 27.
Almost nothing is known about the life an...
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Landulf of Carcano
Landulf of Carcano (died 998) was the archbishop of Milan, as Landulf II, from 979 until his death.According to the 11th-century Milanese chronicler Landulf of Milan, Landulf came to power in Milan th...
Arnulf II (archbishop of Milan)
Arnulf II (died 25 February 1018, in Milan) was Archbishop of Milan from 998 to 1018. He descended from the noble family of Arsago, being the son of Dagibert of Arsago. Among his brothers, Landulf of...
Pope Pius XI
Pope Pius XI, born Ambrogio Damiano Achille Ratti ([amˈbrɔdʒo daˈmjano aˈkille ˈratti]; 31 May 1857 – 10 February 1939), reigned from 6 February 1922 to his death in 1939. He was the first sovereign o...
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Bartolomeo Carlo Romilli
Bartolomeo Carlo Romilli (1795 - 1859) was Archbishop of Milan from 1847 to 1859.
Born in Bergamo in a noble family he was ordained priest in 1818 then in 1846 became Bishop of Cremona. In the sum...
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Federico Visconti
Fedrico Visconti (1617–1693) was an Italian Cardinal and Archbishop of Milan from 1681 to 1693.
Fedrico Visconti was born in Milan on 4 December 1617, to count Carlo of the House of Visconti, last...
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Götz Briefs
Götz Briefs (born January 1, 1889, in Eschweiler d. May 16, 1974, in Rome) was a Catholic social theorist, social ethicist, social philosopher and political economist, who together with Jesuit Gundlac...
Pope Paul VI's reform of the Roman Curia
Pope Paul VI's reform of the Roman Curia, in response to the altered needs of the Holy See and the Catholic Church as a whole, was achieved principally, but not solely, by his general reorganization o...
Alfonso Litta
Alfonso Michele Litta (19 September 1608 – 28 August 1679) was an Italian cardinal and the archbishop of Milan from 1652 to 1679.
Alfonso Litta was born in Milan on 19 September 1608, the second c...
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Grosolanus
Grosolanus or Grossolanus, born Peter, was the Archbishop of Milan from 1102 to 1112. He succeeded Anselm IV, who had made him vicar during his absence on the Crusade of 1101, and was succeeded b...
Charles Borromeo
Charles Borromeo (Italian: Carlo Borromeo, Latin: Carolus Borromeus, 1538–1584) was a cardinal who was archbishop of Milan from 1564 to 1584. Among the great reformers of the troubled sixteent...
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Castritian
Castritian (Latin: Castritianus, Italian: Castriziano) was Bishop of Milan in mid 3rd-century. He is honoured as a Saint in the Catholic Church and his feast day is on December 1.
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Angilbert II
Angilbert II (called Angilberto da Pusterla) was the Archbishop of Milan from 27 or 28 June 824 to his death on the 13 December 859. He succeeded Angilbert I.Like his predecessor Anselm I, who counsel...
Mariology of Pope Paul VI
The Mariology of the popes is the theological study of the influence that the popes have had on the development, formulation and transformation of the Roman Catholic Church’s doctrines and devotions r...
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Lawrence I (bishop of Milan)
Lawrence I (Latin: Laurentius, Italian: Lorenzo) was Archbishop of Milan from 490 to c. 511. He is honoured as a saint in the Catholic Church and his feast day is July 25.
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Mysterium Fidei (encyclical)
Mysterium Fidei is an encyclical letter of Pope Paul VI on the Eucharist, published in September 1965.Mysterium Fidei was issued just as the closing session of the Second Vatican Council was beginning...
Carlo Gaetano Stampa
Carlo III Gaetano Stampa (1667–1742) was an Italian Cardinal and Archbishop of Milan from 1737 to 1742.
Carlo Gaetano Stampa was born on 1 November 1667 in Milan to count Cristierno Stampa and to ...
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Protasius (bishop of Milan)
Protasius (Italian: Protaso) was Archbishop of Milan. He is honored as a saint in the Catholic Church, with his feast day celebrated on November 24, the day of his death.
Almost nothing is kno...
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