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Novara was the birthplace of the ancient jurist, C.Albucius Silo, Peter Lombard, the philologist Cattaneo, the painter Caccia, and the Jesuit Tornielli. 840), called Gemma Sacerdotum ; Albertus, killed by the Counts of Biandrate in 1081; Litifredus (1122) and Papiniano della Rovere (1296); Guglielmo Amidano (1343), a learned theologian and former general of the Augustinians; Pietro Filargo (1388), later the Antipope Alexander V ; Bartolomeo Visconti (1429), deposed by Eugene IV, who suspected him of treachery, but finally reinstated; Cardinal Gian Angelo Arcimboldi (1525); Gian Antonio Serbelloni (1560), founder of the seminary ; Francisco Rossi (1579), founder of a second seminary ; Carlo Bescapé (1593), a Barnabite historian of the diocese ; Benedetto Odescalchi (1650), later Innocent XI .
Upon the expulsion of the bishop in 1210, Innocent III threatened to suppress the diocese.
Novara, formerly Novaria, was inhabited by Ligurians and Salassians. Suffragan of Vercelli, it has 372 parishes ; 408,000 inhabitants; 11 religious houses of men and 14 of women ; 2 schools for boys, and 6 for girls; and 3 Catholic weekly publications. All materials contained on this site, whether written, audible or visual are the exclusive property of Catholic Online and are protected under U. and International copyright laws, © Copyright 2017 Catholic Online.
Under the Carolingians, it was the seat of a count, but the power of the counts passed gradually to the bishops, confirmed by Otho I (969), in the person of Bishop Aupaldus. Any unauthorized use, without prior written consent of Catholic Online is strictly forbidden and prohibited.
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