IV., Pope. Clement 'Gui Foucois' d. November 29, 1268 Pope from 1265 to 1268. A native of Saint-Gilles-du-Gard, Guy Foucois was the son of a prominent barrister and judge at the service of count Raymond V of Toulouse. Serving as both soldier and a lawyer, acting in the latter position as secretary to King Louis IX, he was married and fathered two girls, who later became nuns at the abbey of Saint-Sauveur de Nīmes. Upon the death of his wife, he assumed holy orders, just like his father did, and thanks to the influence of the named King Louis, soon...[Read More] (Bio by: Eman Bonnici) Basilica di San Francesco alla Rocca, Viterbo, Provincia di Viterbo, Lazio, Italy Plot: Left Transept.
Ragonesi, Cardinal. Francesco b. December 21, 1850 d. September 14, 1931 Roman Catholic Cardinal. A native of Viterbo, Francesco Ragonesi entered the local seminary, later moving to Rome where he pursued his studies at the Pontifical Roman Seminary and the Pontifical Roman Athenaeum S. Apollinare. Following his ordination, for twenty five years he lectured history and Sacred Scripture at the seminary of his native city. Vicar general of the diocese between 1885 and 1904, on September 7 that year he was named apostolic delegate and extraordinary envoy to Colombia...[Read More] (Bio by: Eman Bonnici) Liceo Scientifico Cardinal Ragonesi, Viterbo, Provincia di Viterbo, Lazio, Italy Plot: Lyceum Chapel.