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Born — Fubine, Italy
Baptized — Fubine, Italy
Attends School in Torino
11 Years Old
As the attached Fubine Church 1847 census shows, Valerio has moved to Torino although the family remained in Fubine. Valerio was likely attending a boarding school in Torino as was his sister Giuseppina. The year of 1843 is a guess based on his sister moving at age eleven.
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Joins Pallottines Clergy
16 Years OldValerio joins the Pallottines in Torino at the age of 16. The Pallotines are the Society of Apostolic Life within the Roman Catholic Church founded in 1835 in Rome by Roman priest Saint Vincent Pallotti. The Pallotines were noted for their charitable work with the poor.
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Appointed to Royal Chapel
Teaches Princes of Savoy
Appointed Secretary Elemosiniere in Torino
Moves with King to Firenze
Writes book about Prince
Appointed Military Chaplain at Headquarters
Postcard from Battlefield
Appointed Chaplain to Royal Family
Vittorio Emmanuel II Last Rites
Vittorio Emmanuel II Death
Pope Pius IX Demands Report
Appointed Chief Chaplain to King
Pantheon Memorial Service for King
Interviewed by NY Herald
Appointed Mitred Abbot
Sends Photo of Shroud to Pope
Death — Roma, Italy
Funeral — Roma, Italy
66 Years OldValerio Anzino died on March 5, 1899 at his residence in Roma at Via Sudario, 47. The funeral was held 3 days later at the Church of S. Carlo ai Catinari, which was about 300 meters away, (about 8 minute slow walk). The funeral procession started at Via Sudario, 51, (next door to Valerio’s residence), and ended at the Church of S Carlo ai Catinari.
Burial — Mazzè, Italy