Clement XI

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Related to Pope Clement XI: Giovanni Francesco Albani, Pope Innocent XII
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Noun1.Clement XI - Italian pope from 1700 to 1721 who condemned Jansenist ideas on papal infallibility
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It should also be noted that an actual Pontifical Ecclesiastical Academy (Pontificia Accademia Ecclesiastica) was established by Pope Clement XI in 1704 to train priests for work in the Vatican's diplomatic corps and Secretariat of State, making it one of the oldest diplomatic schools in the world.
Tomas de Almeida, who was appointed in 1716 by Pope Clement XI.
Kelly explained, Giovanni Lancisi, physician to Pope Clement XI, challenged medieval methods of containment and insisted, "(i)t is better to kill all sick and suspect animals, instead of allowing the disease to spread.