Benedict XIII

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Benedict XIII,

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, 1328?–1423?, Aragonese churchman, antipope (1394–1417) with the name Benedict XIII. He was a doctor of canon law and as cardinal (1375) became an outstanding member of the Curia Romana.
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Canonized by Pope Benedict XIII in 1728, her incorrupt body is enshrined in the Basilica of Saint Margaret in Cortona.
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The dust cover created by a member of the Institute in the Philippines, links the main protagonist, Botthian Schneider to the origins .of the Order and its approval by Benedict XIII in 1725 of Jean Baptiste De La Salle and his outreach to the marginalised.
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Second, his accounts of individual popes are good, especially his treatments of Gregory I, Benedict XIII, Benedict XIV, Pius IX, and Pius XI, although his presentation of Pius XII is sufficiently noncommittal to please neither Pius's despisers nor his defenders.
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Peter's but were then moved elsewhere, among them: Eugene IV, Callistus III, Pius II, Alexander VI, Leo X, Hadrian VI, Pius IV, Pius V, Clement VIII, Paul V, Gregory XV, Innocent X, Clement IX, Benedict XIII, and Clement XIV.