Luigi Bettazzi

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Luigi Bettazzi
Bishop of the Diocese of Ivrea (emeritus)
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Church Roman Catholic Church
See Roman Catholic Diocese of Ivrea
In office 1966–1999
Predecessor Albino Mensa
Successor Arrigo Miglio
Ordination 4 August 1946
Personal details
Born (1923-11-26) 26 November 1923 (age 93)
Treviso, Italy
Previous post Prelate

Luigi Bettazzi (born 26 November 1923) is an Italian Prelate of Roman Catholic Church.


Bettazzi was born in Treviso and was ordained a priest on 4 August 1946. Bettazzi was appointed Auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Bologna, as well as titular bishop of Thagaste, on 10 August 1963 and ordained on 4 October 1963. Bettazzi was appointed bishop of the Diocese of Ivrea on 26 November 1966 where he would remain until his retirement on 20 February 1999. Bettazzi is "the only surviving bishop of the original 40 who signed the" Pact of the catacombs in 1965.[1]

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