San CARLO BORROMEO (2 October 1538 - 3 November 1584), Catholic archbishop and Italian cardinal, one of the main proponents of the Roman-Catholic Counter-Reformation in the 16th century; among others the proposal, accepted by the Council of Trent, of the establishment of seminaries for the education and formation of priests. Became archbishop of Milan, who at that time was under Spanish rule and was in a state of spiritual decay for having been deprived of a resident bishop for decades, he personally and administratively pledged that in his diocese were really implemented the new provisions enshrined from the tridentine council, restoring authority to the Church and constantly striving for pastoral visits and assistance to the poor and disadvantaged, a task which was extremely burdensome and indispensable during the famine and pestilence of 1576-77. Commemoration on November 4, considered according to the use of time as the day of death (Dies Natalis, birth to heaven), since this had happened after sunset on the 3rd day. Colored engraving, Italy 1886

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title: SAN CARLO BORROMEO

subject date: 2017-11-02

caption: San CARLO BORROMEO (2 October 1538 - 3 November 1584), Catholic archbishop and Italian cardinal, one of the main proponents of the Roman-Catholic Counter-Reformation in the 16th century; among others the proposal, accepted by the Council of Trent, of the establishment of seminaries for the education and formation of priests. Became archbishop of Milan, who at that time was under Spanish rule and was in a state of spiritual decay for having been deprived of a resident bishop for decades, he personally and administratively pledged that in his diocese were really implemented the new provisions enshrined from the tridentine council, restoring authority to the Church and constantly striving for pastoral visits and assistance to the poor and disadvantaged, a task which was extremely burdensome and indispensable during the famine and pestilence of 1576-77. Commemoration on November 4, considered according to the use of time as the day of death (Dies Natalis, birth to heaven), since this had happened after sunset on the 3rd day. Colored engraving, Italy 1886

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