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Pius IX

Originally Giovanni Maria Mastai-Ferretti. 1792-1878.
Pope (1846-1878) who summoned the First Vatican Council (1869-1870).

Pius IX

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(Biography) original name Giovanni Maria Mastai-Ferretti. 1792–1878, Italian ecclesiastic; pope (1846–78). He refused to recognize the incorporation of Rome and the Papal States in the kingdom of Italy, confining himself to the Vatican after 1870. He decreed the dogma of the Immaculate Conception (1854) and convened the Vatican Council, which laid down the doctrine of papal infallibility (1870)
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Noun1.Pius IX - Italian pope from 1846 to 1878 who in 1854 declared the dogma of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary
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The final three chapters offer an analysis of the validity of Vatican I, in response to those who undermined the council's theological legitimacy by arguing that Pius IX put pressure on the conciliar fathers.
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1854: Pope Pius IX settled an ancient controversy by declaring that Christ's mother, the Virgin Mary, was preserved from all sin from the moment she was conceived.
1854: Pope Pius IX settled an ancient controversy by declaring that the Virgin Mary, was preserved from all sin from the moment she was conceived.
It was formally defined in the Catholic Church by Pope Pius IX in 1854.
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Furthermore, Wolf reasons, if Constance is not a valid council, then its election of Martin V is invalid and thus neither the election of Pius IX nor the convocation of Vatican I is valid.
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