Louise died 1660 and was canonized by Pope Pius XI
on March 11, 1934.
In 1932, at the opening of the Vatican Pinacoteca, Pope Pius XI
had railed against 'certain other so-called sacred works of art, which do not seem to evoke and present the sacred other than to disfigure it to the extent of caricature, and often going as far as true and actual profanation' (1).
Coppa's political history of the papacy avoids, for the most part, these potential pitfalls, especially between the end of the eighteenth century up until the end of the papacy of Pius XI
Daet Bishop Gilbert Garcera, chair of the CBCP Episcopal Commission on Family and Life, made the announcement during a two-day symposium on same-sex attraction at the Pope Pius XI
Catholic Center in Paco, Manila.
The subsequent interventions of Popes Benedict XV and Pius XI
and the far-sighted and artistically trained apostolic delegate to China, Celso Costantini, encouraged a return to a more indigenous expression of Chinese devotion.
The Secret History of Pius XI
and the Rise of Fascism in Europe
In this book, Peter Conslaves, a teacher at the Salesian Pontifical University in Rome considers, explores Gandhi's relationship, or lack thereof, with Pope Pius XI
, Pope Benedict XVI, and Pope Francis.
Hunt is principal of Pius XI
High School in Milwaukee, Wis.
On the contrary, Nuncio Pacelli, was acting on the directions of the Holy Father at the time, Pope Pius XI
(1922-1939), who remained a staunch opponent of fascism in all its forms as indicated in his encyclical of 1937 "Mit brennender sorge" (with burning anxiety).
The tradition of having weeklong, preached "spiritual exercises" for the pope and members of the papal household began with Pope Pius XI
is the only 20th century Pope who has not been nominated for beatification.
The concordat with Germany was signed by Pope Pius XI