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  Pope Pius X - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pius X reformed the Roman curia with the constitution Sapienti Consilio, and specified new rules enforcing a bishop's oversight of seminaries in the encyclical Pieni L'Animo.
Pius X's feast day was changed from 3 September to 21 August on 14 February 1969 by Pope Paul VI (1963–78) as an obligatory memorial to the sanctity of Pius X in the universal calendar.
The papal arms of Pius X are composed of the traditional elements of all papal heraldry prior to Pope Benedict XVI: the shield, the papal tiara, and the keys.
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 Pope Pius X
Pius provoked a crisis for Catholicism in France when he condemned the French president for visiting Victor Emmanuel III, the King of Italy, with whom the Church was in dispute since 1870 over the Italian state' seizure of the Papal States that year.
Pius X called for the codification of Canon law, which up until that time was mostly in the form of court precedents.
Pius X became St. Pius X, when he was canonised a saint of the Catholic Church by Pope Pius XII in 1954.
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 Pope Pius X
On the other hand, as the dioceses of Central and of Southern Italy were so small that their respective seminaries could not prosper, Pius X established the regional seminary which is common to the sees of a given region; and, as a consequence, many small, deficient seminaries were closed.
Pius X reverted to this vital subject on other occasions, especially in those Encyclicals that were written in commemoration of St. Anselm (21 April, 1909) and of St. Charles Borromeo (23 June, 1910), in the latter of which Reformist Modernism was especially condemned.
The desire of Pius X is for the economical work to be avowedly Catholic, as he expressed it in a memorable letter to Count Medolago-Albani.
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 Tiara of Pope Pius X - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pope Pius found the Tiara of Pope Gregory XVI (pictured) too heavy and had a lightweight tiara made.
The Tiara of Pope Pius X was a papal tiara manufactured for Pope Pius X by the papal jewellers, Tatani, to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Pius's ordination as a Catholic priest.
It was manufactured for the pope because Pius complained that the normal tiaras worn, the Palatine Tiara, the Golden Tiara and his particular favourite, the Tiara of Pope Gregory XVI were all too heavy and uncomfortable to wear.
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The pontificate of Pius X was noted for its conservative agenda and as one of the most controversial modern papacies.
Pius X reversed the accommodating approach of Leo XIII towards secular governments, appointing Rafael Cardinal Merry del Val.
In his papacy, Pius X worked to increase devotion in the lives of the clergy and laity, particularly in the Divine Office and the Holy Mass.
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 St. Pius X (spioxbio.htm)
Pius X was especially attentive to the needs of his fellow priests, rearranging the Psalter of the Liturgy of the Hours while holding the simple parish priest up as a model for all to emulate.
It was Pius X who decreed that the Host and Chalice must be elevated during the Consecration of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and at the Doxology.
For while Pius X worked night and day for the Church he so loved, he was well aware of the enemies of the Church and did all in his power to thwart the evil one from penetrating the sanctuary.
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 Pope St. Pius X
St. Pius is remembered particularly for his prompt efforts to uproot the heresy that he termed "theological modernism." Basically, this was an outlook which, by the imprudent application of new scientific methods to religious studies, reached the radical conclusion that what is a truth of faith today may cease to be so tomorrow.
Pius X countered this attitude by urging frequent communion and by allowing children to receive the Eucharist as soon as they had reached the age of reason.
Pius, a man of simple life, was not fond of the ceremonious aspects of the papal court.
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 Franciscan Views: St. Pius X, Pope
Pope Leo XIII died and Bishop Sarto was elected Pope.
Pope Pius X, from early age, was a promoter of sacred music, and significantly in 1903, he published a "Motu Proprio" on sacred music in churches and, ordered authentic Gregorian Chant to be used everywhere.
Pope Pius X was respected by Catholics and Non-Catholics alike.
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 Saint Pius X: Canonization Of Pope Pius X By Pope Pius XII   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Cardinal Pacelli, the future Pope Pius XII, earlier referred to him in the anniversary year of his birth as that "ardent flame of charity and radiant splendor of sanctity." For the 25th anniversary of his death, an imposing procession was organized for the area dioceses to the tomb of the Servant of God.
Pius X was to become the incomparable patron of the sciences, both sacred and profane: Biblical, philosophical, and theological studies, as well as art, chant, and sacred music.
Pius XII spoke to the bishops who had come to Rome to render "a tribute of admiration and of honor" to Pius X. It is interesting to recall that wherever he was assigned, he reformed the diocesan statutes, after having held and organized synods (Mantua, Venice, Rome).
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 ST. PIUS X
When Pius forbade Catholics to form the associations required by the government to run the churches, things looked desperate; but the government backed down from its extreme position, and though extremely poor, the French Church struggled on.
Pius banned the works of leading modernists, and by his encyclical "Pascendi" and his decree "Lamentabilis," published in 1907, he struck hard at modernism.
Pius X predicted that a great war would break out in 1914, but when it came it nearly broke his great heart.
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 Pope Pius X   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Saint Pius X was born in 1835, the son of the municipal messenger and postman of the village of Riese in Venetia.
In his first encyclical letter, Pius X announced his aim to be to "renew all things in Christ," which became his papal motto, and there was no better way for this renewal than to focus on the Eucharist, the source and summit of our faith.
In the eleventh year of his election to the Papacy, Pius X developed bronchitis and on August 20, 1914 he died as poor as the day he was born.
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 St. Pius X
Pius X was born Giuseppe Melchiorre Sarto on June 2, 1835 in the little Italian town of Riese, in the province of Treviso near Venice.
Pius also reformed the Breviary, and was founder of the Biblical Institute for the advancement of scholarship in the study of the Scriptures.
On June 3, 1951, Pius X was declared Blessed, and finally on May 29, 1954, amid the traditional pealing of the bells in the great churches of Rome, Giuseppe Sarto, the humble parish priest of the world, was canonized a saint of God.
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 Pope Pius, X (1835 - 1914) - Find A Grave Memorial
Giuseppe Sarto, the Patriarch of Venice, was elected Pope Pius X on the seventh ballot of a contentious conclave on Aug. 4, 1903.
The first pope in three centuries to spring from a peasant, rather than an aristocratic background, he was also the first pope in generations to have experience as an ordinary parish priest.
Pius X lowered the age for First Holy Communion to seven from 13 and encouraged adults to receive the Sacrament as frequently as possible.
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 St. Pius X - our Patron Saint   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
His fellow cardinals elected this gentle man Pope in a stormy conclave in 1903, and while he accepted the burden reluctantly, he would come to be known as a strong pontiff, particularly in his opposition to modernism.
Among many miracles attributed to Pius X was the long-distance cure of a nun in India.
Pius X was beatified in 1951, and canonized in 1954.
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 St. Pius X, Pope   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Pope Pius X, whose name previously was Joseph Sarto, was born in a village Riese in the Venetian province.
He enrolled among the students in the seminary of Padua and, when he had been ordained priest, was first a curate in the town of Tombolo, then pastor at Salzano, then canon and chancellor of the bishop’s curia at Treviso.
Pope Pius XII numbered him among the Saints.
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 Pope St Pius X and Hilaire Belloc (Seattle Catholic)
It is often remarked that when Pope St Pius X died shortly after the outbreak of the First World War, it was from a broken heart.
It is unsurprising that the Pope's death a few months later came as a shock to Belloc as indeed it did to the whole Catholic world.
The Pope's great attack on modernism, an intensification of the combat undertaken by his predecessors, began of course with the encyclical "Pascendi" in October 1907.
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 Si Diligis: Canonisation of Saint Pius X: Venerable Pope Pius XII
\Delivered by Pope Pius XII to the Cardinals, Archbishops, and Bishops who came to Rome for the canonization of Saint Pius X. The Allocution was read at a special audience granted on 31 May 1954
Pius X, Bishop of Rome, whom it has been Our great joy to enroll in the list of the Saints, following closely in the footsteps of his Divine Master, took that command from the lips of Christ and strenuously fulfilled it: he loved and fed. He loved Christ and fed His flock.
Time and again Saint Pius X, in writings whose importance is known to all of you, urgently stressed the need for this union with the mind and teaching of the Church.
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 St Pius X, Pope
Saint Pius X was born Giuseppe Melchiorre Sarto on the 2nd June 1835.
He became Patriarch of Venice and in 1903 was elected as the 259th Pope, successor to Saint Peter the Apostle.
Pope St Pius X did much to promote and encourage greater participation in the liturgy, especially singing.
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 POPE ST. PIUS X
Unveils the brilliant, many-faceted yet humble man who became St. Pius X. Born Giuseppe Sarto in 1835, St. Pius X was the second of 10 children and came from a poor peasant background.
His rise from parochial priest to head of the Universal Church is described here in a fast-paced manner which captures the heart of the man. Once installed as Pope, St. Pius X was most vigorous in establishing reforms, in combating error, and in promoting the mission of the Church.
Though he died in 1914, after a pontificate of just 11 years, St. Pius X was already canonized in 1954, only 40 years later, and he is today recognized as one of the greatest Popes of all time.
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 Pope Pius X   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Pope Pius X is perhaps best remembered for his encouragement of the frequent reception of Holy Communion, especially by children.
The second of 10 children in a poor Italian family, Joseph Sarto became Pius X at 68, one of the twentieth century’s greatest popes.
Describing Pius X, a historian wrote that he was “a man of God who knew the unhappiness of the world and the hardships of life, and in the greatness of his heart wanted to comfort everyone.”
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 Pope St. Pius X, foe of modernism
After the death of Pope Leo XIII, Giuseppe Sarto was elected on 4 August by a 55 (of a possible 60) votes.
On 19 March 1904, Pius X created a special congregation of eminent authorities throughout the world to reorganize the laws of the Church which had developed over hundreds of years.
He was canonized in 1954 by Pope Pius XII who delivered the allocution "Si Diligis" on 31 May 1954.
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 Chuch Windows . TOUR . Saint Pius Pope X
He was born very poor the second child in a family of eight children of the village shoe maker and felt calling to priesthood as a young child.
Pope Pius X’s papacy was very controversial and was filled with many canon reforms.
He authorized “The Catechism of Pius X”; brought Gregorian chant back to services; initiated the codification of canon law; and promoted bible reading by all the faithful.
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 Who is Pope Pius X
Pius X: The Farm Boy Who Became Pope By Walter Diethelm.
This is the true story of Pope St. Pius X. Young readers will be inspired by the life of this holy man -- from his youthful days of hard work and prayer to receive the education he needed, to his years as a country priest, encouraging his people to holiness.
Chronicle of the Popes examines the lives, deeds, and misdeeds of the 264 Popes from St. Peter to John Paul II.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Pope Pius X
Pius X reverted to this vital subject on other occasions, especially in those Encyclicals that were written in commemoration of St. Anselm (21 April, 1909) and of St.
Some phrases of the Encyclical "Editæ Sæpe", written on the occasion of the centenary of St.
Charles, were misinterpreted by Protestants, especially in Germany, and Pius X made a declaration in refutation of them, without belittling the authority of his high office.
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