(Angelo Correr, Corrario or Corraro) c1327–1417, Italian ecclesiastic: installed as pope in 1406 and resigned office in 1415.
He became the first pope to resign since Gregory XII in 1415.
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Gregory XII had given a conditional promise of resignation, and had so few supporters as to be of slight importance.
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(Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli) 1881–1963, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1958–63. Contemporary Examples Popes John XXIII, John Paul II, and Benedict XVI were phenomenal friends of the world Jewish community and Israel. Peter Beinart’s Bias Against Me, Cory Booker, and Israel Rabbi Shmuley Boteach June 13, 2013 This is a chance for the Church to join the modern […]
Angelo (“Hank”) 1916–2002, U.S. basketball player.
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Angelo [an-juh-loh] /ˈæn dʒəˌloʊ/ (Show IPA), 1877–1965, U.S. educator and writer, born in Italy. Historical Examples I told them, for one thing, the story of little angelo patri. Sylvia’s Marriage Upton Sinclair
(Angelo Poliziano) 1454–94, Italian classical scholar, teacher, and poet. Historical Examples Pico and Politian would doubtless be very good company; but not equal to Valdés and Ochino. The Duchess of Trajetto Anne Manning Politian, when in a hurry, objected to write his letters in Latin. The Civilisation of the Renaissance in Italy Jacob Burckhardt Let […]