Marcantonio Barbarigo

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The Venerable Marcantonio Barbarigo (6 March 1640 – 26 May 1706) was an Italian cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church.wikipedia
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Religious Teachers Filippini

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He was the founder of the Pontifical Institute of the Religious Teachers Filippini and also founded both the Religious Teachers Filippini of Montefiascone and the Augustinian Sisters of Divine Love. Filippini organized the teachers of that diocese as a separate religious congregation known as the Religious Teachers Filippini.
They were founded in Italy in 1692 by Saint Lucy Filippini and Cardinal Marcantonio Barbarigo.

Gregorio Barbarigo

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He was the great-uncle of Pope Clement XIII and was a relative of Saint Gregorio Barbarigo. His relative Gregorio Barbarigo bestowed upon him episcopal consecration in the Roman church of Santa Maria in Vallicella on 26 June 1678 and he was granted the pallium the following month.
He was a relative of the Venerable Cardinal Marcantonio Barbarigo and the uncle of Cardinal Giovanni Francesco Barbarigo.

Lucy Filippini

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When she had to return to Viterbo to attend to her first school, Venerini entrusted the Montefiascone schools and the teachers to the direction of a young woman, Lucy Filippini, whom the cardinal had entrusted with the leadership of the project in his diocese.
With Rose Venerini to train school teachers, she co-founded with Marcantonio Barbarigo the Pious Teachers (Religious Teachers Filippini), a group dedicated to the education of girls.

Rose Venerini

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In 1685 Rose Venerini established a school for girls in Viterbo.
Cardinal Marcantonio Barbarigo, Bishop of Montefiascone, had the insight to understand the Viterbo project and he invited Venerini to come to his diocese to give advice on the administration of schools in the diocese and to help train teachers.

Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Corfu, Zakynthos, and Cephalonia

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Barbarigo was ordained to the priesthood in Padua and Pope Innocent XI later appointed him as the Bishop of Corfu in 1678.

Roman Catholic Diocese of Montefiascone

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He was transferred to the see of Montefiascone and Corneto in 1687 with the title of Archbishop.

Santa Susanna

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Pope Innocent XI elevated him into the cardinalate on 2 September 1686 as the Cardinal-Priest of Santa Susanna.

Catholic Church

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The Venerable Marcantonio Barbarigo (6 March 1640 – 26 May 1706) was an Italian cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church.

Pope Clement XIII

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He was the great-uncle of Pope Clement XIII and was a relative of Saint Gregorio Barbarigo.

Pope Benedict XVI

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In the process towards sainthood Pope Benedict XVI approved that he lived a life of heroic virtue and bestowed upon him the title of Venerable in 2007.

Heroic virtue

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In the process towards sainthood Pope Benedict XVI approved that he lived a life of heroic virtue and bestowed upon him the title of Venerable in 2007.

The Venerable

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In the process towards sainthood Pope Benedict XVI approved that he lived a life of heroic virtue and bestowed upon him the title of Venerable in 2007.

Venice

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Marcantonio Barbarigo was born on 6 March 1640 in Venice.

Padua

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Barbarigo studied in Padua where he earned a doctorate in both canon law and civil law.

Canon law

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Barbarigo studied in Padua where he earned a doctorate in both canon law and civil law.

Civil law (legal system)

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Barbarigo studied in Padua where he earned a doctorate in both canon law and civil law.

Priest

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Barbarigo was ordained to the priesthood in Padua and Pope Innocent XI later appointed him as the Bishop of Corfu in 1678.

Pope Innocent XI

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Barbarigo was ordained to the priesthood in Padua and Pope Innocent XI later appointed him as the Bishop of Corfu in 1678.

Bishop

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His relative Gregorio Barbarigo bestowed upon him episcopal consecration in the Roman church of Santa Maria in Vallicella on 26 June 1678 and he was granted the pallium the following month.

Santa Maria in Vallicella

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His relative Gregorio Barbarigo bestowed upon him episcopal consecration in the Roman church of Santa Maria in Vallicella on 26 June 1678 and he was granted the pallium the following month.

Pallium

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His relative Gregorio Barbarigo bestowed upon him episcopal consecration in the Roman church of Santa Maria in Vallicella on 26 June 1678 and he was granted the pallium the following month.

Lake Bolsena

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From 1692 to 1694, Venerini opened ten schools in Montefiascone and the villages surrounding Lake Bolsena.

Religious congregation

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Filippini organized the teachers of that diocese as a separate religious congregation known as the Religious Teachers Filippini.

Pope Alexander VIII

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He participated in the papal conclave of 1689 which resulted in the election of Pope Alexander VIII and also partook in the conclave of 1691 that saw the election of Pope Innocent XII.