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Pius XI

(1857—1939)


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LINDSAY, Leonard Cecil Colin (1857 - 1941), Private Chamberlain to Pope Pius XII and formerly to Popes Leo XIII, Pius X, Benedict XV and Pius XI; formerly Secretary of the New Gallery; Treasurer of the Catholic Record Society

BARNES, Arthur Stapylton (1861 - 1936), Domestic Prelate to Pius XI; Conventual Chaplain of the Knights of Malta

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Inside the Vatican of Pius XII: The Memoir of an American Diplomat During World War II. Harold H. Tittmann, Jr., edited with an introduction by Harold H. Tittmann III (New York: Doubleday, 2004), xi + 224 pp., pbk. $13.95.

HOWELL, Wilfrid Russell (1865 - 1930), Privy Chamberlain of Sword and Cape to Pope Pius XI; Late General Manager of Western Railway of Havana, Southern Longitudinal and Transandian of Chili; Resident Engineer of Rhodesian and Mashonaland Railways; raised and commanded Engineer Company, Rhodesian Volunteers and Sierra Leone Volunteers; Capt. in South African Constabulary, West Somerset Yeomanry, Glamorgan Volunteer Artillery

 

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(1857–1939),

Pope from 1922. Achille Ambrogio Damiano Ratti made ‘the restoration of all things in Christ’ the chief object of his pontificate. To this end he issued a number of influential encyclicals, including ‘Casti Connubii’ (1930), condemning contraception, and ‘Quadragesimo Anno’ (1931), on social questions; and he gave his support to Catholic Action. The Jubilee of 1925 was the occasion of many canonizations (including that of St Teresa of Lisieux). The most important political event of his reign was the Lateran Treaty of 1929 (q.v.). His last years were overshadowed by the events in Europe which led to the outbreak of the Second World War.

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