Luigi Carlo Borromeo

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Luigi Carlo Borromeo
Bishop of Pesaro
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ChurchRoman Catholic Church
SeeRoman Catholic Diocese of Pesaro
In office1952–1975
PredecessorBonaventura Porta
SuccessorGaetano Michetti
Orders
OrdinationMarch 30, 1918
ConsecrationDecember 2, 1951
by Mgr Pietro Calchi Novati
Personal details
Born(1893-10-26)26 October 1893
Graffignana,  Italy
Died4 July 1975(1975-07-04) (aged 81)
Pesaro,  Italy
BuriedPesaro Cathedral
NationalityItalian
DenominationRoman Catholic Church
Occupationbishop
Previous postAuxiliary bishop of Lodi
Styles of
Luigi Carlo Borromeo
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Reference styleHis Excellency
Spoken styleYour Excellency
Religious styleBishop

Luigi Carlo Borromeo (October 26, 1893 – July 4, 1975) was the Italian Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Pesaro from his appointment by Pope Pius XII on December 28, 1952, until his death on July 4, 1975.

Biography[edit]

Born in Graffignana[1] in 1893, Borromeo was ordained a Catholic priest on March 20, 1918. He was appointed Auxiliary bishop of Lodi on November 4, 1951 and was ordained titular Bishop of Choma on Dec 2, 1951.

He was appointed bishop of Pesaro[2] on December 28, 1952. He was council father during the four sessions of Second Vatican Council, and in Pesaro, in 1971, he consecrated the new parish dedicated to St. Charles Borromeo.[3]

Bishop Luigi Carlo Borromeo died on July 4, 1975, at the age of 81.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Ernestus Preziosi; "La marea che sale…" Mons. Luigi Borromeo vescovo di Pesaro e l’apertura a sinistra; Pisaurum; From: Frammenti. Quaderni per la ricerca, n. 11/2007.

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Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Lorenzo Bianchi
Titular Bishop of Choma
1951–1952
Succeeded by
John Baptist Sye Bong-Kil
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Bonaventura Porta
Bishop of Pesaro
1952–1975
Succeeded by
Gaetano Michetti