Albert of Pisa

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Albert of Pisa, O.F.M., was an Italian Friar Minor. He was elected the third Minister General at the General Chapter of the Order of Friars Minor in 1239.

Albert had been the successor to the Blessed Agnellus of Pisa as the second Franciscan Minister Provincial in England. He had also been Minister Provincial in Germany and Hungary.[1]

Albert died on 23 January 1240.

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  1. ^ Padre Pio The Franciscan - Order of Friars Minor

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Preceded by
Elias of Cortona
Minister General of the Order of Friars Minor
1239–1240
Succeeded by
Haymo of Faversham