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Displaying items by tag: Blessed Angelo Paoli

Thursday, 20 January 2022 07:35

Blessed Angelo Paoli, priest

Angelo was born on September 1, 1642.

His life can be divided into two periods: the years spent in his religious province of Tuscany, and those spent in Rome.

Wherever he had worked during the first period of his religious life, he had given a fine impression as a religious steeped in silence, prayer and mortification, but, above all, given to the works of charity, both spiritual and corporal, in favor of the sick and the poor.

In Rome he had the care of the two hospitals (for men and for women) of St. John and established the hospice for the convalescent poor on the street that led from the Colosseum to the basilica of St. John Lateran.

His motto was: "Whoever loves God must go to find Him among the poor".

 

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Published in Announcements (CITOC)
Sunday, 02 May 2010 05:21

Carmelites celebrate Blessed Angelo Paoli

No:
35/2010-25-04

Carmel is celebrating and thanking God for the gift of the Beatification of Fr. Angelo Paoli. This morning, 25th April 2010 during a solemn Eucharist in the Papal Arch-basilica of St. John Latern in Rome presided over by the Vicar of His Holiness, Cardinal Agostino Vallini, the representative of the Holy Father and Prefect of the Congregation for the Causes of Saints, Archbishop Angelo Amato, presided at the rite of Beatification.
Many members of the Carmelite Family fittingly represented many other sisters and brothers who were unable to come to Rome. Together with the bishops, concelebrating were the Prior General, Fr. Fernando Millán Romeral, O.Carm., the Councillor General for Europe, Fr. John Keating, O.Carm, the Prior Provincial of the Italian Province, Fr. Giandomenico Meloni, O.Carm. and a large number of Carmelite friars. Also present was the Carmelite bishop, Mons. Filippo Iannone, bishop of Sora-Aquino-Pontecorvo and Fr. Joseph Chalmers, O.Carm., former Prior General.
Ceremonies began with a prayer vigil for the Carmelite Family and numerous pilgrims from the birthplace of Blessed Angelo and from the Diocese of Massa Carrara-Pontremoli. Blessed Angelo, who in his service of God, the poor and the sick gave us an example of love, help us to grow in love for those in greatest need.
http://www.radiovaticana.org/en1/Articolo.asp?c=374950

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20/2010-16-03
24th April
  20.30, Church of S. Martino ai Monti: torchlight procession to the Colosseum
25th April
  10.00, Solemn Beatification in the Archbasilica of St. John Lateran
 (entrance before 9.30)
27th April
  19.00, Church of S. Martino ai Monti: Mass of Thanksgiving
For more information see: www.beatificazioneangelopaoli.it
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4/2010-10-01
The Secretary of State has informed us of the date of the upcoming beatification of Venerable Angelo Paoli (1642-1720). The ceremony will take place in Rome at the basilica of St. John Lateran on 25th April 2010 (rather than 18th April as was previously announced). Consultations had to take place with the various people involved in order that a new date and location could finally be established.

The Carmelite family is invited to participate in this joyous moment in which the holiness of life of another son in Carmel is recognized, one who loved God and the poor, whom he served with creativity and attentiveness.

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Wednesday, 20 January 2010 00:00

Bl. Angelo Paoli, Priest

angelopaoli 150January 20 Optional Memorial

(Obligatory Memorial in the Italian Provinces)

Angelo was born on September 1, 1642. His life can be divided into two periods: the years spent in his religious province of Tuscany, and those spent in Rome

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