Achille Ratti

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Noun1.Achille Ratti - pope who signed a treaty with Mussolini recognizing the Vatican City as an independent state (1857-1939)Achille Ratti - pope who signed a treaty with Mussolini recognizing the Vatican City as an independent state (1857-1939)
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Louise died 1660 and was canonized by Pope Pius XI on March 11, 1934.
She was declared venerable by Pope Pius X in 1913 and beatified on June 14, 1925, by Pope Pius XI, who also declared her saint on December 8, 1933.
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).
Sison said the Norwegian government shared payment for his hospitalization, diagnostic attention and treatment at Pope Pius XI Medical Center in Rome during the third round of formal talks after he caught bronchitis.
So contraception was condemned by Pope Pius XI through a pretty tortuous interpretation of a couple of lines in Genesis that state Onan "spilled his seed on the ground" -- since it involves ejaculation without the intent of conception.
It is not a vague feeling of compassion but rather, as Pope Pius XI described it, an "intimate conviction" that all of us are part of the same human family.
Here, Kertzer explores the relationship between Italian dictator Benito Mussolini and Pope Pius XI, both of whom rose to power in Rome in 1922 and relied on the other to protect their political interests.
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.
In 1925, Pope Pius XI hosted the Universal Missionary exhibition at the Vatican gardens.
The concordat with Germany was signed by Pope Pius XI.
St John was canonised in 1925 by Pope Pius XI who four years later also made him the principal patron saint of parish priests worldwide.
In June 1938, more than a year before the outbreak of World War II, Pope Pius XI commissioned a draft papal statement attacking anti-Semitism called "Humani Generis Unitas" ("The Unity of the Human Race.