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Pius X   /pˈaɪəs ɛks/   Listen
Pius X

Pope who condemned religious modernism; he was canonized in 1954 because of his interest in the poor (1835-1914).  Synonyms: Giuseppe Melchiorre Sarto, Giuseppe Sarto.

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... speak of its official action and its predominant sentiment. The official action of the Popes was, during all that period, to make the same use as any terrestrial monarch of the service of soldiers; they failed, from Gregory the Great to Pius X, to recognise one of the supreme moral needs of Europe. The bishops of the Church of England and the heads of the Lutheran and Calvinistic Churches did not prove to have any sounder moral inspiration ...
— The War and the Churches • Joseph McCabe

... of his Church, and who, when his musical insufficiency became palpable, was dropped in favour of Elgar himself, whose sudden rise into deserved fame coincides in time. There was again the allocution of Pius X, known as the Motu proprio, which sought to reform ecclesiastical music and has, however fruitless it may have been elsewhere, made the services in Westminster Cathedral, under Dr. Terry's direction, a Mecca for musicians of all faiths who are interested in the great ...
— Recent Developments in European Thought • Various

Words linked to "Pius X" :   Catholic Pope, pontiff, pope, Holy Father, Bishop of Rome, Roman Catholic Pope, Vicar of Christ, Giuseppe Melchiorre Sarto

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