Italian Roman Catholics

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  2. Italian Roman Catholic archbishops

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  3. Italian Benedictines

    Italian Benedictines

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  4. Italian cardinals

    Italian cardinals

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  5. Italian Friars Minor

    Italian Friars Minor

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  6. Italian Roman Catholic priests

    Italian Roman Catholic priests

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  1. Achille Grandi

    Achille Grandi

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    Achille Grandi (August 24, 1883 – September 28, 1946) was an Italian politician trade unionist and a catholic-syndicalist.


  2. Adriano Baffi

    Adriano Baffi

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    Road racing cyclist

  3. Aegidius of Viterbo

    Aegidius of Viterbo

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    Italian, Writer

  4. Agnellus of Pisa

    Agnellus of Pisa

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    Blessed Agnellus of Pisa was a Friar Minor and founder of the English Franciscan Province. He was born in 1195 at Pisa,of the prominent family, Angenelli. This similarity to the upbringing of St.Francis makes it no surprise that Agnellus was approached by St. Francis himself and asked to join the Seraphic Order. He lived a life of holiness, his purity, wholesomeness and devotion to improving the world around him had great impact on the world around him. Agnellus understood the value in learning and though not extremely learned himself, Agnellus sought to further the education of the monks and friars around him. This was how the founding of Oxford, in England, came about. His kind heart made him a friend and confidant to rules and diplomats. Agnellus died abruptly on May 7, 1236 and remains buried at the school he put his utmost efforts towards, at Oxford.


  5. Agostino Cacciavillan

    Agostino Cacciavillan

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    Catholic cardinal

  6. Agostino Ciasca

    Agostino Ciasca

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    Catholic cardinal

  7. Alberico Archinto

    Alberico Archinto

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    Alberico Archinto (b. November 8, 1698, Milan — d. September 30, 1758, Rome) — was an Italian cardinal and papal diplomat.


  8. Alberto Bovone

    Alberto Bovone

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    Catholic cardinal

  9. Alberto de Angelis

    Alberto de Angelis

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    Italian writer

  10. Alberto di Jorio

    Alberto di Jorio

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    Catholic cardinal

  11. Alberto Lattuada

    Alberto Lattuada

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    Film director

  12. Alberto Marvelli

    Alberto Marvelli

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    Alberto Marvelli (21 March 1918 - 5 October 1946) was an Italian member of the Catholic Action.


  13. Alcide De Gasperi

    Alcide De Gasperi

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    Italian politician

  14. Aldo Giordano

    Aldo Giordano

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    Roman Catholic bishop

  15. Aldo Moro

    Aldo Moro

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    Italian, Politician

  16. Alessandro, 1st Duke of Castel Duino

    Alessandro, 1st Duke of Castel Duino

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    1st Duke of Castel Duino

  17. Alessandro Albani

    Alessandro Albani

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    Alessandro Albani (October 15, 1692 – December 11, 1779) was an Italian aristocrat and cardinal, and a collector and patron of the arts.


  18. Alessandro Lualdi

    Alessandro Lualdi

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    Catholic cardinal

  19. Alessandro Manzoni

    Alessandro Manzoni

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    Italian novelist

  20. Alessandro Moreschi

    Alessandro Moreschi

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    Italian castrato singer

  21. Alessandro Volta

    Alessandro Volta

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    Physicist

  22. Alfonso Carafa

    Alfonso Carafa

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  23. Alfonso Castaldo

    Alfonso Castaldo

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    Catholic cardinal

  24. Alfonso Litta

    Alfonso Litta

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    Alfonso Michele Litta (September 19, 1608 – August 28, 1679) was an Italian cardinal, an archbishop of Milan and Papal governor of the Marches.


  25. Alfonso Marconi

    Alfonso Marconi

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    Alfonso Marconi (1865 – 1936) was an Italian businessman and collector of stringed instruments, most famous for assisting his younger brother Guglielmo Marconi in his pioneering work on long-distance radio transmission


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