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  1. Pius was the first Pope to utilise the power of modern communications technology in evangelising the wider world. (Web site)
  2. Pius, an Italian, had been serving as Vatican secretary of state when he was elected pontiff in 1939, a few months before war broke out in Europe. (Web site)
  3. Pius was the first pope to use guns, in campaign against the rebel barons Savelli in the neighbourhood of Rome, in 1461. (Web site)
  4. Pius was an energetic proponent of the theory of the Big Bang.
  5. Pius was the first Pope to officially declare himself to be 'infallible'.


  1. Pius XI was born in Italy on May 31,1857, as Achille Ratti, to a working class family in Lombardy, Italy, near Milan. (Web site)


  1. Pius X had partially relaxed the prohibition against Catholics taking part in elections in Italy either as voters or as candidates. (Web site)
  2. Initially Pius maintained his prisoner in the Vatican stance but with the rise of socialism he began to allow the Non Expedit to be relaxed. (Web site)
  3. In the Papal States, ghettos were abolished by Pope Pius IX (who relaxed many restrictions on Jews, but maintained others).


  1. Pope St. Pius V (1565-1572) attributed the victory in the Battle of Lepanto to the help of Our Lady of Good Counsel. (Web site)
  2. Pius XII, was laid to rest in the crypt of Saint Peter's Basilica on 13 November 1958, the Feast of Our Lady of Fátima. (Web site)
  3. St Pius V was firmly convinced of this and after the victory of the Battle of Lepanto, he wanted to establish a special feast day for Our Lady of the Rosary. (Web site)


  1. The encyclical, called Humani Generis Unitatas, or The Unity of the Human Race, was completed only after the death of Pius XI. (Web site)
  2. The encyclical is subtitled "On the Unity of Human Society." It was the first major encyclical of Pius XII so was seen as setting "a tone" for his papacy. (Web site)

Mexican Government

  1. Pius XI was also successful with the Mexican government in negotiating a peace between Church and state. (Web site)
  2. Pius XI condemned the Mexican government again in his 1932 encyclical Acerba Animi. (Web site)
  3. Pius condemned the Mexican government in his 1933 encyclical Acerba Anima. (Web site)


  1. Pope Pius XI created only one cardinal in pectore, Federico Tedeschini (who was nuncio to Spain just before the Spanish Civil War) in 1933 (published 1935).
  2. While in Spain he was appointed secretary of papal Briefs, and after the election of Pius V, 7 Jan., 1566, he returned to Rome to enter upon his new office. (Web site)
  3. In any case, Pius XI concluded a Nationalist victory was necessary if the Church was to survive in Spain at all.


  1. Cardinals who have been preconized, but not yet elevated to the purple, are entitled by a decision of St. Pius V (1571) both to be present and to vote. (Web site)
  2. It was Pius X who decreed that the Host and Chalice must be elevated during the Consecration of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and at the Doxology. (Web site)
  3. On 12 January 1953, Wyszyński was elevated to the rank of cardinal by Pius XII as another wave of persecution began in Poland.

Leaving Rome

  1. After the Capture of Rome and the suspension of the Council, Pius IX considered leaving Rome and reopening the Council.
  2. Several times during his pontificate, Pius IX considered leaving Rome. (Web site)


  1. Pius escaped in disguise to Gaeta on November 24, leaving Rome to the radicals and the mob - a republic was declared in February 1849. (Web site)
  2. Meanwhile, Pius IX was denounced by radicals in the Papal States for failing to join the war of national liberation.


  1. In 1854, Pope Pius IX made an infallible statement with Ineffabilis Deus on the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary, which was a basis for this dogma. (Web site)
  2. In 1854, Pius declared the dogma of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin to be an article of faith. (Web site)
  3. Worn by Pius IX for the proclamation of the dogma of the Immaculate Conception, Dec. (Web site)


  1. The last formally defined dogma of the Church was in 1950 by Pope Pius XII The Assumption. (Web site)
  2. In 1950, Pius XII issued the encyclical Munificentissimus Deus and infallibly defined the dogma of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary into Heaven.
  3. On 15 August 1914, Pius X fell ill on the Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady, an illness from which he would not recover. (Web site)

Pope Pius Viii

  1. Pope Pius VIII recalled him and named him vice-legate, granting him choice of any of the four legations over which cardinals presided. (Web site)
  2. As Pope Pius VIII, he initiated some reforms in the States of the Church.
  3. The more moderate Castiglioni, in fact, would be named Pope Pius VIII upon Leo's death, although Castiglioni would reign only 20 months. (Web site)


  1. Pope Pius VIII (March, 1989 – November, 1830): Studied canon law at Bologna and Rome after he was first ordained.
  2. It was therefore unsurprising that Pius XI gave fairly unequivocal support to Franco and the Nationalist forces in the Spanish Civil War of 1936–39.
  3. Pius was then replaced by the lower-class, elderly, popular, informal Pope John XXIII (1958 – 1963).


  1. In his encyclical Mediator Dei, Pius XII links liturgy with the last will of Christ. (Web site)


  1. In doctrine and in theology, Pius was extremely conservative and fomented in the Roman government of the Church a repressive and reactionary spirit. (Web site)
  2. Nowhere is the doctrine of Pope Pius XI reiterated that there is only one way to unity: the return of dissidents to the one true Church of Christ. (Web site)
  3. The doctrine was declared dogma for Roman Catholics by Pope Pius XII in the apostolic constitution Munificentissimus Deus on Nov. (Web site)

Jewish Lives

  1. It is estimated that the actions of Pius XII directly led to the saving of 800,000 Jewish lives during the war.
  2. The Vatican has maintained that Pius used behind-the-scenes diplomacy in a bid to save Jewish lives. (Web site)

Second World War

  1. Jewish groups say Pope Pius XII did not do enough to save Jewish lives during the Second World War. (Web site)
  2. The beatification process of Pius XII, who was Pope during the Second World War, has been a source of tension with some Jewish groups, the BBC reports. (Web site)
  3. The Ustasha leader Ante Pavelic was welcomed to the Vatican by Pius during the Second World War and his representative Fr. (Web site)


  1. In chief (the top part of the shield) shows the arms of the Patriarch of Venice, which Pius X was from 1893–1903. (Web site)


  1. By the time of Napoleon III, the Pope (Pius IX) was dependent on French troops holding Rome for him against the new Kingdom of Italy.
  2. Pius XI had managed to orchestrate a swelling chorus of Church protests against the racial legislation and the ties that bound Italy to Germany. (Web site)
  3. The French invasions of Italy (1796-99) included an assault on Rome and the exile of Pope Pius VI in 1798. (Web site)


  1. Pius built a temple in her honor in the Roman Forum, which still stands, known as the Temple of Antoninus and Faustina. (Web site)
  2. Thus, on August 9, 1903 at his Coronation in St. Peter's Basilica, he chose the name "Pius" in honor of Pope Pius IX who had inspired his priestly life. (Web site)
  3. Cardinal Giuseppe Sarto took the name Pius to honor the memory of Pius IX and his fight against the Revolution inside the Church. (Web site)


  1. In 1970, Lefebvre founded the Society of St. Pius X (SSPX), which continues to be the world's largest Traditionalist Catholic priestly society. (Web site)
  2. In 1970, Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre established the Society of St. Pius X with the full approval of Rome and according to the dictates of Canon Law. (Web site)
  3. To the Society of St. Pius X, Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre is a hero who marshaled a small fleet against the might of the conciliar armada. (Web site)


  1. However, Pius IX refused to recognize the loss of temporal power and became a "prisoner" in the Vatican; his successors followed his example. (Web site)
  2. Pius X expressly prohibited this, however, and none of his successors have allowed the practice to be reinstituted. (Web site)
  3. Before he died, Pius VI established the mode of holding the elections of his successors and most of Italy was restored to peace. (Web site)


  1. Cesena; successor of Pius VI, who had created him cardinal in 1785. (Web site)
  2. Belluno; successor of Pius VIII. In 1783 he became a Camaldolite and was (1825) created cardinal. (Web site)
  3. Pius VI and his successor, Pius VII, saw their states curtailed, occupied, and twice abolished between 1796 and 1814. (Web site)


  1. His predecessor, Pope Pius IX, became known as the Pope of the Immaculate Conception because of the dogmatization in 1854. (Web site)
  2. At Rome and in the Papal States, Pius worked to repair damages wrought by the overbearing policies of his predecessor. (Web site)
  3. Both Pope Leo XIII and his predecessor, Pope Pius IX, felt this honor should be given to Our Lady but that the time had not yet come.


  1. Antoninus succeeded Hadrian once the latter's death and gained the "Pius" suffix after his goodwill in securing a Senate proclamation consecrating Hadrian.
  2. The successors of Hadrian were Antoninus Pius (138-161) and Marcus Aurelius (161-180), who ruled in what is commonly called the Golden Age of the empire. (Web site)
  3. Hadrian II (867-872) declared civil marriages to be valid; Pius VII (1800-23) condemned them. (Web site)


  1. A pope is a head of state, and the head of a giant church, and Pope Pius had the misfortune to reign over it during the darkest period in history.
  2. The reign of his successor, Antoninus Pius (r.
  3. During his reign, Pius XII canonised eight saints, including Pope Pius X, and beatified five people. (Web site)


  1. Society of St. Pius X (SSPX): The society of priests and seminarians founded by Archbishop Lefebvre to preserve the pre-Vatican II liturgy. (Web site)
  2. At the time of the restoration of the hierarchy in England and Ireland, Blessed Pius IX afforded this privilege to all priests in these countries.


  1. August 7 - Pope Pius VII reestablish the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) all over the world, after having approved their survival and existence in Russia.
  2. Pius X died almost simultaneously with the ' Black Pope,' the head of the order of Jesuits, Father Francesco Zavier Wernz.
  3. Clement XIV (1769-74) abolished the order of the Jesuits, permitted by Paul III, and Pius VII reestablished it. (Web site)


  1. In 1946, Pope Pius XII declared Mother Cabrini a saint and formally proclaimed her the patron of immigrants.
  2. Pope Pius IX proclaimed him the patron of the Universal Church on December 8, 1870.
  3. Pius IX was a patron of the arts like most of his predecessors. (Web site)


  1. This victory Pius V attributed to the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary and instituted the feast, Our Lady of Victory. (Web site)
  2. To remind a materialistic world of the primacy of the spiritual, Pius established the beautiful feast of Christ the King. (Web site)
  3. Pope Pius V introduced the rosary into the Roman Catholic liturgical calendar as the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, celebrated on October 7. (Web site)


  1. As a result, Saturday's announcement about Pius came as a surprise, whereas the decree on John Paul was expected.
  2. Pius X took action chiefly in the form of an encyclical letter, Pascendi, and in a decree, Lamentabili (both issued in September 1907). (Web site)
  3. By decree of Pope Pius IX the apostolic vicariate was elevated to the rank of metropolitan archdiocese on 29 September 1850, as it remains today.


  1. Goering and Papen were received also on April 10 by Pope Pius XI, who expressed pleasure at the appearance of a strong man in Germany (Hitler). (Web site)
  2. In 1932, Pope Pius XI (1922-39) as well as condemning contraception, ordered German Catholics to drop their hostility towards Hitler. (Web site)
  3. In his Christmas address to the College of Cardinals, Pius XII once again took aim at Hitler.


  1. Pius intervened with the Italian government and all 500 were interned in southern Calabria, where they survived the war.
  2. True, Pius XII did not condemn Nazism during the war. (Web site)
  3. Claims that Pope Pius XII never instructed religious to protect Jews during the war, are contradicted by the Chief Rabbi of Rome, Israel Anton Zolli. (Web site)


  1. Martiniana faithfully reported these words to Pius VII. It was only a few months before that Pius VI had died at Valence, a prisoner of revolutionary France. (Web site)
  2. Pope Pius VI was deposed, made a prisoner in exile, and taken to Siena, then to Florence. (Web site)
  3. Pope Pius VI died, in 1799, at Valence, on the Rhone River, a prisoner of the French.

Roman Catholic Church

  1. Duns Scotus was a staunch supporter of the doctrine of the Immaculate Conception, which Pope Pius IX defined as a dogma of the Roman Catholic church in 1854.
  2. Pope Pius VI of Rome even sent an envoy to Pope John XVIII of Alexandria asking him to unite with the Roman Catholic Church.
  3. In the Babylon 5 science fiction saga, Pius XV is a fictional early 22nd Century Pope of the Roman Catholic Church.

Catholic Church

  1. Pius V recognized attacks on papal supremacy in the Catholic Church and was desirous of limiting their advancement.
  2. St Pius V recognised attacks on papal supremacy in the Catholic Church and was desirous of limiting their advancement.
  3. Pius Ncube is an archbishop in the Catholic Church. (Web site)

John Paul

  1. If you honestly compare the Church of St. Pius X to the Church of John Paul II, you can't help but wonder if they are indeed the same.
  2. John Paul II beatified Pius IX, the 19th-century pope who is a polarizing figure because of his belief in the power of the papacy and his views on Judaism. (Web site)
  3. As the youngest pope elected since Pope Pius IX in 1846, John Paul II entered the papacy as a healthy, relatively young man who hiked, swam and went skiing.


  1. In the 20th century, three popes took the name Pius, one Benedict, one Paul, and one John. (Web site)


  1. Pius XII, Eugenio Pacelli, Pope of Peace; p.370 ^ (previously Leo X 's elevation of 31 cardinals in 1517 had held this title). (Web site)


  1. Though pope, Pius did not cease to be a monk: his ascetic mode of life and his devotions suffered no interruption.
  2. Bl. Pius IX also granted plenary and partial indulgences to devotions in honor of St. Philomena at the Sanctuary in Mugnano. (Web site)


  1. Devotion to Pius X between the two world war s remained high. (Web site)
  2. Pius XI strongly encouraged devotion to the Sacred Heart in his encyclical Miserentissimus Redemptor (1928).


  1. The encyclical was titled "Humani Generis Unitatas," or "The Unity of the Human Race," but Pius died before releasing it.
  2. The encyclical was titled " Humani Generis Unitas ", or "The Unity of the Human Race", but Pius died before releasing it.
  3. Pius commissioned an encyclical to denounce racism and the violent nationalism of Germany, but he died before releasing it and it was never published.


  1. The pontificate of Pope Pius XI was marked by great diplomatic activity and the issuance of many important papers, often in the form of encyclicals. (Web site)
  2. Unlike popes in the 20th century, Pius IX did not use encyclicals to explain the faith, but to condemn what he considered errors.[ 48]. (Web site)

World War

  1. Jews and other critics have accused Pius of having turned a blind eye to Jewish suffering in World War II. (Web site)
  2. Pope Pius XII (1939-58), who guided the Church during the difficult days of World War II could not fail to be honored in the Basilica he loved so dearly. (Web site)
  3. Pope Pius XII (1876–1958) chose not to name new cardinals during World War II, and the number of cardinals dwindled to 38.

Benedict Xv

  1. First, the supposed grand friendship between Benedict XV and St. Pius X is quite imaginative. (Web site)
  2. Pius XI continued the approach of Benedict XV on the issue of how to deal with the threat of modernism in Catholic theology.
  3. Among the nine recent Popes only Benedict XV died before 80 and of course John Paul I. The longest reigning Pope was Pius IX who ruled for 31 years. (Web site)


  1. In 1923, Pope Pius XI sanctioned Pope Benedict XV's (1914-1922) pronouncement that Mary suffered with Christ, and that with Him, she redeemed the human race. (Web site)
  2. Pius believed that there is no surer or more direct road than by Mary to achieve this goal. (Web site)
  3. The phrase "Pope of Mary" is credited to Pope Pius XII because of his great devotion to the Mother of God. (Web site)


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