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Born Giovanni Montini, he is named a saint this year by Pope Francis. Pope Paul VI is not the only person named a saint. They come from different parts of Italy and come to canonization through different callings of faith. He is their patron saint, not to mention also the patron saint of orphans and sailors.

Father Romano was born in Torre del Greco in and ordained a priest in He devoted himself to helping the poor and orphans. Torre del Greco lies beside the Bay of Naples and is famous for its many cameo workshops. If not for Father Romano, the church would not be standing there today. Much of the region laid in ruins after Mount Vesuvius erupted in Father Romano was the parish treasurer and led the effort to restore the church.

He collected donations and oversaw the construction of a new church based on designs by architect Ignazio di Nardo. By , the Basilica of Santa Croce was fully restored and consecrated.

Father Romano died four years later. His canonization comes with two miracles. The first had to do with Maria Carmela Restock, diagnosed with breast cancer in The second miracle occurred after Maria Carmela Cozzolino was diagnosed with throat cancer in Nunzio Sulprizio led a difficult and sad life before he died in at the age of Pain and suffering, abuse and neglect, were the primary conditions of his childhood and adolescence. His canonization stands as a model of faith. He never gave in to despair or cruelty even though his short life was harsh and unfair.

Nunzio said the rosary often and believed deeply in Christ. He was born in on Easter Sunday in Pescara, in the village of Pescosansonesco. At the age of three, he lost both his father and baby sister. His mother then remarried a man of wealth who mocked and verbally abused him. When she died, Nunzio went to live with his grandmother who taught him the rosary.

After she passed away, he lived with his uncle, a brutal blacksmith who physically beat him. The boy was taken out of school and sent on long errands through the countryside. His uncle would not feed him if he made a mistake in the workshop. His leg was cut on one of his long treks. He was ostracized by townsfolk after the laceration became infected and they thought him contagious or unclean. He was hospitalized in Naples after the onset of gangrene.

With no one to pay for his care, he was left on the street to beg. Colonel Felice Wochinger found him there, a child alone, sick and starving. He gave him refuge and from then on was like a father to him.

He paid for his medical care and Nunzio began to recover. Then the doctors discovered he had bone cancer. His leg was amputated but the cancer remained and he died in Throughout these terrible ordeals, Nunzio declared his love for Christ and saw in Him his model. People from all over Naples came to his funeral. He was loved and praised for his unflinching faith, his kindness and gentleness.

Francesco Spinelli was born in Milan in and was ordained a priest in He lived in Cremona and Bergamo before moving to Rome. There, he received a vision while praying at the Basilica di Santa Maggiore. He saw women devoted to the Blessed Sacrament. He founded an order of nuns in Bergamo in With little experience in business administration or accounting, Father Spinelli mismanaged donations and the bishop forced him to sever ties to the convent.

He returned to Cremona a failure. Yet, he did not give up. He believed in his calling to begin an order of nuns that would help the poor. In , he founded the Sisters Adorers of the Blessed Sacrament.

Father Spinelli learned from his previous experience and structured the order on sound financial footing. After he died in , the sisters grew to an order of 59 convents serving the faithful in Argentina and Senegal. Official White House Photo by D. In his opening statement, President Trump welcomed Prime Minister Conte and congratulated him on an election victory in Italy. The prime minister currently leads a coalition government in the Italian parliament composed of two major political parties, Five Star Movement and League, with support from minor parties, Brothers of Italy, Associative Movement Italians Abroad and South American Union Italian Emigrants.

Conte is an independent. Although not a member of the political parties that make up the current government, he supports the underlying political philosophy as conceived by its principals, titled Governo del Cambiamento, Government of Change.

The president reaffirmed the close working relationship between the United States and Italy in matters of international security. He sees Italy a major player in combating Islamic and other forms of terrorism throughout the Mediterranean.

United States and Italy face similar crises at their respective borders in illegal immigration. Both countries share the same goal of combating and impeding the flow of undocumented migrants.

And they fought it hard. And the Prime Minister, frankly, is with us today because of illegal immigration. Italy got tired of it. I applaud the Prime Minister for his bold leadership — truly bold — and I hope more leaders will follow this example, including leaders in Europe. Prime Minister Conte opened his side of the press conference with a few short sentences in English. He then spoke Italian for the remainder of the event with a translator to convey his words in English.

We will start working in Italy. Questions from members of the press ranged from matters concerning NATO, the European Union, illegal immigration and recent reports of the United States economy growing at four percent. The project is scheduled for completion in The president then ended the press conference after encouraging words about the future of trade between the United States, Italy and Europe. And that will be more competition.

Please become a patron today! Contact Truby Chiaviello at potompub aol. Alan Pascuzzi, a world renowned sculptor and art historian from Florence. The statues will be exhibited in the Palazzo della Cancelleria in Rome. They proposed an opportunity to exhibit the new statues in a one-week exhibition open to the city of Rome, the Vatican community and to the Pope.

Every work will propose a new image of Mary and Jesus Christ, faithful to the reality of love between mother and child; but also alluding to universal love and to the divine.

Meet the Sculptor Dr. Alan Pascuzzi Alan Pascuzzi is a sculptor, painter and art historian who has lived in Florence, Italy for the past 20 years. A Fulbright scholar with a PhD in Renaissance art with a concentration on Greek and Roman sculpture and the drawing, painting and sculpting techniques of Michelangelo and other Renaissance masters.

Pascuzzi is a recognized expert on Renaissance techniques. As a professional artist he has permanent works in painting and sculpture in churches, palaces and tabernacles in the city center of Florence. He as executed commissions for churches in various cities in Italy, France, the United States and Australia. The palazzo is located at Piazza della Cancelleria, 1, Roma, less than a mile away from St. He brings an interpretation of the Madonna and Child based on his experience as a noted art historian of Classical and Renaissance art, his knowledge of religious iconography and his personal observations of the unique relationship between mother and child.

Small clay models for all ten works see following images have already been realized by Dr. Pascuzzi which include by title: The following images are clay models of four of the 10 sculptures for the exhibition by Dr. The original works will be executed in clay. From the clay original a negative cast will be made to produce a positive cast in white resin — a resistant and light material. The works will be in two formats: A Call for Patrons Exhibition will be financed through patrons at every stage.

Pascuzzi of the Sistine Chapel, and more! Please become a patron today.

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Alan Pascuzzi is the subject of a feature article in this current issue of PRIMO - 4th edtion Based in Florence, Italy, Pascuzzi has created works of art for churces, public and private clients.