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St. Roberto Francesco Romolo Bellarmine.

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St. Roberto Francesco Romolo Bellarmine.
A writing of Robert
Robert Bellarmine has a lot of Doctrine written and some examples of these Doctrine are: three-volume Disputations on the Controversies of the Christian Faith. These are sections on the temporal power of the pope and the role of the laity (laity's are the people of a religion who are not priests, ministers, etc.)
Sources of information
"St. Robert Bellarmine - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online." St. Robert Bellarmine - Saints & Angels - Catholic Online. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 Dec. 2014.

Bellarmine, Robert." Complete Dictionary of Scientific Biography. 2008, and FRANCESCO C. CESAREO. "Bellarmine, Robert." Encyclopedia.com. HighBeam Research, 01 Jan. 2008. Web. 08 Dec. 2014.

Notable and interesting fact about Robert
Robert Bellarmine was canonized by Pope Pius Xl in 1930 and was declared a Doctor of the Church. In his family he was the third of twelve children. His parents names were Vincenzo Bellarmine and Cynthia Cervini. Robert went to college at Spanish-staffed Roman College in 1563. Robert joined the newly founded Jesuit order in 1560 and took a master’s degree in philosophy.
About Robert
Robert Bellarmine's feast day is on September 17th. He was born on October 11th, 1542, in Montepulciano, Italy. He died on September 17th, 1621, in Rome Italy. He is the patron saint of catechists and catechumens. Catechists is a person appointed to instruct catechumens in the principles of religion as a preparation for baptism. Catechumens is a person under instruction in the rudiments of Christianity, as in the early church; a neophyte.
St. Roberto Francesco Romolo Bellarmine.
by: Alejandro Houellemont and Tyler Field
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