San Luigi Papal Theological Seminary of Southern Italy

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The San Luigi Papal Theological Seminary of Southern Italy' (Italian: Pontificia Facoltà Teologica dell'Italia Meridionale, San Luigi) is an institution of higher learning in Naples, Italy. It is located prominently on via Petrarca in the Posillipo section of the city. In its present form, the school has existed since 1969; it was a fusion of two pre-existing university religious departments: The Neapolitan Theology Department of the University of Naples (Italian: Facoltà Teologica Napoletana) and the San Luigi Theology College (Italian: Facoltà Teologica San Luigi) run by the Jesuits. In addition, other religious institutions in southern Italy are now affiliated, including the Theological Institute of Calabria (Italian: Istituto Teologico Calabro) and the Theological Institute of Puglia (Italian: Istituto Teologico Pugliese). The institute confers higher degrees in ecclesiastical studies and is in full communion with the Holy See.

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