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He was born in 1817 on Easter Sunday in Pescara, in the village of Pescosansonesco.

At the age of three, he lost both his father and baby sister.

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He lived in Cremona and Bergamo before moving to Rome. With little experience in business administration or accounting, Father Spinelli mismanaged donations and the bishop forced him to sever ties to the convent. In 1892, he founded the Sisters Adorers of the Blessed Sacrament. Trump participates in a joint press conference with Giuseppe Conte, Prime Minister of the Italian Republic, Monday, July 30, 2018, in the East Room of the White House. The prime minister currently leads a coalition government in the Italian parliament composed of two major political parties, Five Star Movement and League, with support from minor parties, Brothers of Italy, Associative Movement Italians Abroad and South American Union Italian Emigrants. “In your election, the Italian nation has reaffirmed the great traditions of sovereignty, law, and accountability that stretch all the way back to Ancient Rome,” said President Trump.

Born Giovanni Montini, he is named a saint this year by Pope Francis.

He was hospitalized in Naples after the onset of gangrene.Father Romano was called by locals the “worker priest” for his unstinted efforts, including removing stones and other debris after the earthquake. The first had to do with Maria Carmela Restock, diagnosed with breast cancer in 1891.By 1827, the Basilica of Santa Croce was fully restored and consecrated. She sought Father Romano’s intercession and made a full recovery.There are other Italians named saints besides Pope Paul VI.

They come from different parts of Italy and come to canonization through different callings of faith.

To order a copy of PRIMO’s Second Edition 2018, please access the following link: Paul VI is not the only person named a saint.