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  3. Pope Pius IX - Wikipedia

    Pope Pius IX ( Italian: Pio IX, Pio Nono; born Giovanni Maria Mastai Ferretti; [a] 13 May 1792 – 7 February 1878) was head of the Catholic Church from 1846 to 1878, the longest verified papal reign. He was notable for convoking the First Vatican Council in 1868 and for permanently losing control of the Papal States in 1870 to the Kingdom of Italy.

  4. Pius IX, ; beatified September 3, 2000feast day February 7), Italian head of the Roman Catholic church whose pontificate (1846–78) was the longest in history and was marked by a transition from moderate political liberalism to conservatism. Notable events of his reign included the declaration of.

  5. Pius IX became head of the Catholic church in 1846 and instituted the doctrine of Papal infallibility. Pulitzer Prize-winning author David Kertzer says his exile led to the emergence of modern...

  6. Roman Catholicism - Pius IX, Papal States, Syllabus Errorum

    Pius IX. Few popes of modern times have presided over so momentous a series of decisions and actions as Pius IX (reigned 1846–78), whose early liberalism was ended by the shock of the Revolutions of 1848. During his reign the development of the modern papacy reached a climax with the triumph of ultramontanism —the viewpoint of those who ...

  7. Pope Pius IX and the United States - Wikipedia

    Pius IX is the father of much of the modern American church structure by creating many existing dioceses and archdioceses in the U.S. such as the Roman Catholic Dioceses of Portland, Springfield, Illinois, Burlington, Cleveland, Columbus, Galveston-Houston, Providence, Fort Wayne-South Bend, Kansas City in Kansas, Saint Paul and Minneapolis, San...


    Pope from 1846-78; born at Sinigaglia, 13 May, 1792; died in Rome, 7 February, 1878. Before his papacy His early years After receiving his classical education at the Piarist College in Volterra from 1802-09 he went to Rome to study philosophy and theology, but left there in 1810 on account of political disturbances.

  9. Pope Pius IX (1792-1878) | The Embryo Project Encyclopedia

    Pope Pius IX, commonly known as Pio Nono, died on 7 February 1878. His was the longest papacy in the history of the Catholic Church, and Pope Pius IX is often considered one of the greatest popes to have ever lived.