Achille Ratti


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pope who signed a treaty with Mussolini recognizing the Vatican City as an independent state (1857-1939)

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Achille Ratti, enviado por Benedicto XV, como Visitador Apostolico en 1918, fue nombrado Nuncio Apostolico en 1919, con el titulo de arzobispo de Lepanto, y el 4 de junio de 1921, regreso a Roma.
Let us now consider the world of Achille Ratti, Pope Pius XI, who was ordained a priest in 1879.
He owed his release to the vigorous intervention of Archbishop Achille Ratti, Apostolic Nuncio in Warsaw and later Pope Pius XI.
Pope Pius XI was born Achille Ratti, May 31, 1857, in Desio near Milan.
When Franz Ehrle, S.J., resigned his post in 1911 as prefect of the Vatican Library, Pius X appointed Achille Ratti as vice-prefect; and, in 1914, as prefect.
Sarto, as Pius X, appointed the future pope Pius XI, Achille Ratti, papal librarian.
La implantacion en Italia, particularmente en las diocesis fronterizas con Francia, fue favorecida en ocasiones por los miembros de la nobleza y de la burguesia, que tenian hijos como alumnos de esas congregaciones; otras veces por los obispos o algunos eclesiasticos (como el patriarca de Venecia, Giuseppe Sarto, despues papa Pio X, que atendio a las Hermanas de la Madre Barat, beatificada por el en 1908, e incluso por Achille Ratti, futuro papa Pio XI, que presto auxilio al Instituto de Notre Dame de la Retraite au Cenacle, fundado por Therese Couderc).
Achille Ratti (later Pius XI), had the papal flag run up the pole at the nunciature, ordered his open carriage, and was driven throughout the city to show everyone that he was still there.