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St. Vincent Palloti

The founder of the Pious society of Missions, born at Rome, 21 April 1798 and died on 22nd Jan 1850. He lies buried in the church of San Salvatore in Onda. He was descended from the noble families of the Pallotti of Norcia and the De Rossi of Rome. His early studies were made at made at the Pious schools of San Pantaleone, whence he passed to the Roman college. At the age of sixteen, he resolved to become a secular priest, and on 16th May 1820, he was ordained. On 25th July he became a doctor of Theology, and was soon made a substitute professor of theology in the Roman Arch gymnasium, but decided to dedicate himself entirely to pastoral work.

 

Family ID Head of the Family
02-0001 ERIC SOANS
02-0004 ROBERT D'SOUZA
02-0006 RICHARD MASCARENHAS
02-0007 JAMES DE ROSA COUTINHO
02-0008 CHRISTOPHER D'SOUZA
02-0009 LEROY SANTOS
02-0011 MANUEL WILLIAMS
02-0012 JOHNSON POOKODEN
02-0014 JOHN ANTHONY
02-0015 SHAILESH PARMAR
02-0017 JACINTA CHELLANI
02-0018 JULIE PEREIRA
02-0021 GABRIEL CUTINHA
02-0022 JULIUS PEREIRA
02-0023 PRAMOD MENEZES
02-0024 EVARIST PEREIRA
02-0026 ROBERT ROSSARIO
02-0027 N. V. JOSEPH
02-0029 P L SAJAN
02-0031 CELINE GOMES
02-0033 ALBERT JOSEPH
02-0034 PATRICK PEREIRA
02-0035 SANDRA SETH
02-0036 FABIAN SHIRAZI
02-0037 KURSHINGAL JESUDAS
02-0038 JEROME VAZ
02-0039 COLIN D'SOUZA
02-0044 JOSEPH FERNANDES
02-0045 SAVIO PERES
02-0046 BRUNO FERNANDES
02-0047 MARCEL D'SOUZA
02-0048 JOHNSON D'SILVA
02-0049 SUNDER POW
02-0051 RICKY ZUZARTE
02-0052 TERENCE ABEL
02-0053 ALBERT FERNANDES
02-0054 STEPHEN PIUS FERNANDES
02-0056 CLETUS COUTINHO
02-0057 ANTHONY PEREIRA
02-0058 RONALD LOBO
02-0059 FRANCIS ANTHONY D'SOUZA
02-0063 PRUDENCIA ALVARES
02-0064 MURLIDHAR C. SHELKE
02-0065 GERALD D'SOUZA
02-0071 NOEL ZUZARTE
02-0072 TERESA MILLER
02-0073 DENIS MENDONCA
02-0074 ERIC NAYAGAM
02-0076 TUDEN PEREIRA
02-0078 SEBASTIAN D'SOUZA
02-0079 V.O. THOMAS
02-0080 FRANCIS ALEX PINTO
02-0081 ANGELO FONSECA
02-0082 PURUSHOTTAM WAREKAR
02-0083 NANCY D'CUNHA
02-0084 PHILIP D'SOUZA
02-0085 GERARD  SOANS
02-0088 ANGELICA FERNANDES
02-0089 BENILDA CARLO
02-0090 CHARLTON ANDRADE
02-0091 JOHN KURIAS
02-0092 AGNEL PINTO
02-0093 ALLWYN  MATHIAS
02-0094 STANLEY BRITTO
02-0095 JANET FRANCIS

 

 
     
 
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