POPE SAN CELESTINO V (1209/1215 - 19 May 1296) a century Pietro Angelerio (or Angeleri), called Pietro da Morrone and revered as Pietro Celestino, elected in 1294 after more than two years of vacation of the throne; anacoreta ultraottantenne, was chosen for its integrity and purity outside the circle of cardinals, who could not express a candidate welcome to all the opposing forces. He ruled the Church for 5 months and 8 days. About four months after his coronation, despite numerous attempts to dissuade him advanced by Charles of Anjou, on December 13, 1294 Celestino V abdicated: "I Pope Celestine V, driven by legitimate reasons, by humility and weakness of my body and malice of the plebs, in order to recover with the consolation of former life, the tranquility lost, freely and spontaneously abandon the Pontificate (...) ». In the same December of 1294, the Santa Casa di Maria da Nazaret arrived in Loreto. After the abdication, while he was about to return to his homeland, Pietro Celestino was captured and confined in the fortress of Fumone, in Ciociaria, a castle in the territories of the Caetani and direct property of the new Pope Bonifacio VIII; here the old Peter died on May 19, 1296, greatly weakened by forced deportation and subsequent imprisonment. Chromolithograph postcard n. 67 from the 'Collection of the Roman Pontiffs' dedicated to Pope Pius X and blessed by him. Rome, October 1903.

Città del Vaticano

title: SAINT POPE CELESTINO V

subject date: 2010-05-13

caption: POPE SAN CELESTINO V (1209/1215 - 19 May 1296) a century Pietro Angelerio (or Angeleri), called Pietro da Morrone and revered as Pietro Celestino, elected in 1294 after more than two years of vacation of the throne; anacoreta ultraottantenne, was chosen for its integrity and purity outside the circle of cardinals, who could not express a candidate welcome to all the opposing forces. He ruled the Church for 5 months and 8 days. About four months after his coronation, despite numerous attempts to dissuade him advanced by Charles of Anjou, on December 13, 1294 Celestino V abdicated: "I Pope Celestine V, driven by legitimate reasons, by humility and weakness of my body and malice of the plebs, in order to recover with the consolation of former life, the tranquility lost, freely and spontaneously abandon the Pontificate (...) ». In the same December of 1294, the Santa Casa di Maria da Nazaret arrived in Loreto. After the abdication, while he was about to return to his homeland, Pietro Celestino was captured and confined in the fortress of Fumone, in Ciociaria, a castle in the territories of the Caetani and direct property of the new Pope Bonifacio VIII; here the old Peter died on May 19, 1296, greatly weakened by forced deportation and subsequent imprisonment. Chromolithograph postcard n. 67 from the 'Collection of the Roman Pontiffs' dedicated to Pope Pius X and blessed by him. Rome, October 1903.

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