Synonyms for parocchi or Related words with parocchi

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Examples of "parocchi"
Lucido Maria Parocchi was born in Mantua as the son of Antonio Parocchi, a rich miller, and Genoveva Soresina. He was educated at the Seminary of Mantua, and later at the Collegio Romano where he was awarded a doctorate in theology on 5 September 1856.
Lucido Maria Parocchi S.T.D. (13 August 1833 – 15 January 1903) was an Italian Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church who served as Secretary of the Supreme Sacred Congregation of the Holy Office.
O'Connell was ordained to the priesthood by Lucido Cardinal Parocchi on June 8, 1884. A pneumonia and bronchial congestion cut short his pursuit of a doctorate in divinity at the Pontifical Urban Athenaeum, forcing him to return to the United States in 1885 without his degree.
The Chapel of St. Olav of Norway, to the left of the nave, is dedicated to the martyr king who converted to Christianity and was slain in the Battle of Stiklestad in 1030. The chapel was inaugurated by Cardinal Lucido Maria Parocchi on 9 April 1893, on the 50th anniversary of the first Mass celebrated legally in Norway since the Reformation.
Kennedy was ordained a priest in Rome for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia on July 24, 1887 by Cardinal Lucido Parocchi, the Vicar General of Rome. After he returned to Pennsylvania, Kennedy joined the faculty at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary. He was named the Rector of the Pontifical North American College on June 14, 1901.
Born in London on 29 March 1827, he was appointed the Bishop of the Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle by the Holy See on 1 October 1887. His consecration to the Episcopate took place on 18 January 1888, the principal consecrator was Cardinal Lucido Maria Parocchi, and the principal co-consecrators were Bishop William Clifford of Clifton and Bishop John Vertue of Portsmouth.
On 16 January 1893, Mistrangelo was appointed Bishop of Pontremoli by Pope Leo XIII. He received his episcopal consecration on the following 11 May from Cardinal Lucido Parocchi, with Archbishop Antonio Grasselli, OFM Conv, and Bishop Luigi Canestrari serving as co-consecrators, in the church of "San Pantaleone".
On 22 June 1896, Taliani was appointed Titular Archbishop of "Sebastea" by Pope Leo XIII, receiving his episcopal consecration on the following 29 June from Cardinal Lucido Parocchi. He was named Nuncio to Austria on 24 July the same year. As Nuncio, he served as both the Pope's representative or ambassador to that country. Taliani was made a
Pope Leo XIII appointed Ferrari as the Bishop of Guastalla on 29 May 1890 and he was consecrated as a bishop on 29 June 1890 by Cardinal Lucido Parocchi who was then the Camerlengo of the Sacred College of Cardinals. He took possession of his new diocese on 3 October 1890 and was later transferred to the Diocese of Como a year later on 29 May 1891.
On 6 January 1891 she founded the Sisters of the Resurrection in Rome and both Borzęcka and her daughter made their final vows in the presence of Cardinal Lucido Maria Parocchi. In fall 1891 the congregation's first house was opened in Kęty near Wadowice. Other houses soon followed in Poland as well as in Bulgaria and the United States of America. Borzęcka suffered the loss of her daughter Jadwiga in 1906 and she continued to lead the institute until 1911.
In 1872, some priests from Lombardy decided to create a new monthly apologetical journal, against liberal ideas, in defense of the Pope and the Catholic Church. "La Scuola Cattolica" was established in 1873 and the first director was mons. Lucido Maria Parocchi. In 1891 the Journal was merged with the "La Scienza Italiana" of Bologna, so the title became "La Scuola Cattolica e la Scienza italiana" (a translation could be: The Catholic Teaching and the Italian Science).
On May 31, 1890, Dougherty was ordained to the priesthood by Cardinal Lucido Parocchi in the Archbasilica of St. John Lateran. Following his return to the United States, he became a professor at St. Charles Seminary, where he taught Greek, Latin, French, Hebrew, and dogmatic theology until 1903. In addition to his academic duties, he was also an official of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, serving as fiscal promotor, prosynodal examiner, and procurator.
Fumasoni Biondi was born in Rome to the aristocratic Filippo and Gertrude (née Roselli) Fumasoni Biondi; he had a sister who entered the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and became known as Mother Gertrude. After studying at the Pontifical Roman Seminary, he was ordained to the priesthood by Cardinal Lucido Parocchi on 17 April 1897. From 1897 to 1916, he was a professor at the Pontifical Urbaniana University and then an official of the Sacred Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith.
On June 9, 1902, Maffi was appointed Auxiliary Bishop of Ravenna and Titular Bishop of "Caesarea in Mauretania" by Pope Leo XIII. He received his episcopal consecration on the following June 11 from Cardinal Lucido Parocchi, with Archbishops Felix-Marie de Neckere and Diomede Panici serving as co-consecrators, at the Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls in Rome. Maffi was later advanced to Archbishop of Pisa on June 22, 1903. In addition to his pastoral duties, he was named director and administrator of the Vatican Observatory on November 30, 1904.
Giovanni Bonzano was born in Castelletto Monferrato to Giuseppe and Agostina (née Vescovo) Bonzano. He attended the seminary in Vigevano before going to Rome to study at the Mastai College for Chinese Missions and Pontifical Urbanian Athenaeum "De Propaganda Fide". He was ordained a priest of the Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missions by Cardinal Lucido Parocchi on 21 May 1890, and then did missionary work in China until 1897. Upon returning to Italy, Bonzano was made vicar general (26 August 1899) and chancellor (10 February 1900) of Vigevano. He then taught at the Pontifical Urbanian Athenaeum "De Propaganda Fide" from 1901 to 1904, becoming its rector on 16 May.
John Morris was born in Hendersonville, Tennessee, to John and Anne (née Morrissey) Morris, who were Irish immigrants. After graduating from St. Mary's College in Lebanon, Kentucky, he began his studies for the priesthood in 1887 at the Pontifical North American College in Rome. While in Rome, he was ordained a priest by Cardinal Lucido Parocchi on June 11, 1892. Morris, following his return to Tennessee, was named rector of St. Mary's Cathedral in Nashville and private secretary to Bishop Thomas Sebastian Byrne. In 1901 he became vicar general of the Diocese of Nashville. He was later raised to the rank of a Domestic Prelate of His Holiness in 1905.
After 1880, Sarto taught dogmatic theology and moral theology at the seminary in Treviso. On 10 November 1884 he was appointed bishop of Mantua by Leo XIII. He was consecrated six days later in Rome in the church of Sant'Apollinare alle Terme Neroniane-Alessandrine, Rome, by Lucido Cardinal Parocchi, assisted by Pietro Rota, and by Giovanni Maria Berengo. He was appointed to the honorary position of assistant at the pontifical throne on 19 June 1891. Father Sarto required papal dispensation from Pope Leo XIII before episcopal consecration as he lacked a doctorate, making him the last Pope without a doctorate.
Offer Dahl was ordained a priest on 22 November 1891 by Cardinal Lucido Maria Parocchi and summer of 1892 he returned to Norway. He was chaplain in Tromsø to January 1894, temporary (acting minister) the same place until July 1895 and then pastor in Tromsø in 1897. He was then transferred to St. Olav Church in Oslo, where he was chaplain to 1907 and as vicar until 1923. Then, he was parish priest in Arendal to June 1924, and as pastor of St. Hallvard's church in Oslo, he took over as the apostolic administrator in 1928.
The association assumed its mature form in 1879, received the approval of Pope Leo XIII on 25 January 1881, and six years later, on 16 January 1887, was definitively approved and canonically erected by Cardinal Parocchi, cardinal vicar, in the church of S. Claudio in Rome. To this church was attached the Archconfraternity of the Most Holy Sacrament, and it was the canonical centre of the Priests' Eucharistic League; but the office of the central administration of the league was at the house of the fathers of the Congregation of the Most Holy Sacrament, Brussels.
One of six children, John Shaw was born in Mobile, Alabama, to Patrick and Elizabeth (née Smith) Shaw. He was a pupil at the parochial school of St. Vincent de Paul Church and the academy of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart in his native city. He later was sent, with one of his brothers, to St. Finian's Seminary at Navan in County Meath, Ireland. He studied at the Urban College of Propaganda and Pontifical North American College in Rome from 1882 to 1888. On May 26, 1888, he was ordained to the priesthood by Cardinal Lucido Parocchi at the Basilica of St. John Lateran.