Cardinal Raffaello Carlo Rossi OCD

Died aged 71

Raffaele Rossi (28 October 1876 – 17 September 1948) - born Carlo - was an Italian cardinal of the Catholic Church and professed member from the Discalced Carmelites. Rossi served in the Sacred Consistorial Congregation in the Roman Curia from 1930 until his death and as a friar had the religious name "Raffaele of Saint Joseph". Pope Pius XI elevated him into the cardinalate in 1930. Rossi also served as an investigator into the stigmata of Padre Pio at the behest of Pope Benedict XV and reported back to him with a favourable view on the Franciscan friar. He viewed the stigmata and spoke with the friar while noting that the friar was "sincere" and concluding that there was no fraud or deceit on the friar's part. His cause of canonization began three decades after his death and he is known as a Servant of God.

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Commemorated on 1 plaque

In questa casa il XXVIII Ottobre MDCCCLXXVI nacque il Cardenale Raffaello Carlo Rossi ODC descepolo prediletto di Giuseppe Toniolo fedele collaboratore dei Papi ??? XII norto in concetto di santita il XVII Settembre MCMXLVIII

English translation: In this house was born on 28 October 1876 Cardinal Raffaello Carlo Rossi ODC ...

Via Guglielmo Oberdan, Pisa, Italy where they was born (1876)