25 Frimaire; year XIII; Coronation of the Emperor Napoleon by his Holiness, Pius VII
I gave one to the Sultan, who mounted it in his sabre; another to our holy father the Pope, who had it set in his tiara, opposite to one nearly as large, though not so fine, given by the Emperor Napoleon to his predecessor, Pius VII
Beatified on April 30, 1768, by Pope Clement XIII, she was canonized on May 24, 1807, by Pope Pius VII
She died in 1540 and was canonized by Pope Pius VII
on May 24, 1807.
1804: Napoleon was crowned Emperor in Paris by Pope Pius VII
In March 1829, Pope Pius VII
began his administration with an encyclical that condemned the Protestant Bible societies.
Dissolved as a religious order by pope Clement in 1773, the Society of Jesus was restored forty-one years later by Pius VII
Napoleon Bonaparte was a military general who rose to become the first emperor of France, crowning himself in ceremonies presided over by Pope Pius VII
at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris in 1804.
as the Napoleonic Wars were winding down, Pope Pius VII
signed the bull
10) Notable alumni of this academy were as follows: Carlo Rezzonico who would become Pope Clement XIII (1758-1769); Cardinal Ercole Consalvi who skillfully represented Pope Pius VII
at the Congress of Vienna in 1815; Annibale Della Genga, later Pope Leo XII (1823-1829); Gioacchino Pecci, the future Pope Leo XIII (1878-1903); Cardinal Merry Del Val, who would serve as Secretary of State under Pope St.
The coronation for the self-proclaimed emperor was held later that year in Notre Dame, Paris, and Napoleon loosened his purse strings for the lavish ceremony, even paying for Pope Pius VII
to travel to France for the occasion.
1804: Napoleon crowned himself Emperor in Paris - taking the crown from Pope Pius VII
, who had expected to perform the actual coronation.