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Alphonse Capecelatro (1824–1912)

Capecelatro, Alphonse, Cardinal (kä”pe-chel-ät’rō). An Italian Pietist biographer and controversialist; born in Marseilles, Feb. 5, 1824; died in 1912. He won distinction as Italy’s leading contemporary Church writer, with a ‘History of St. Catherine of Siena and of the Papacy of her Day’ (1856); ‘The Errors of Renan’; a ‘Life of Jesus’; and a ‘Life of St. Philip of Neri’ (1882).