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Giuseppe Ceppetelli

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Church  Roman Catholic Church
Predecessor  Carlo Nocella
In office  1903-1917
Ordination  April 16, 1870
Birth name  Giuseppe Ceppetelli
Consecration  April 2, 1882
Name  Giuseppe Ceppetelli

Successor  Michele Zezza di Zapponeta
Previous post  Bishop of Ripatransone (1882-1890) Auxiliary Bishop of Rome (1890-???) Titlar Bishop of Tiberias (1890-1899) Vicegerent of Rome (1899-1917) Titular Archbishop of Myra (1899-1903)
Died  March 12, 1917, Rome, Italy

Giuseppe Ceppetelli (15 March 1846 – 12 March 1917) was an Italian Roman Catholic archbishop. At the time of his death, he was the Titular Patriarch of Constantinople. He was ordained on Holy Saturday of 1870 and was consecrated by the Vicar General of Rome, Raffaele Monaco La Valletta, in 1882. He ordained the 22-year-old Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, the future Pope John XXIII, to the priesthood in 1904.

He died on the eve of his 71st birthday in 1917 and was buried in Rome.

References

Giuseppe Ceppetelli Wikipedia


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