Dante Bernini

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Dante Bernini (born April 20, 1922 in La Quercia , Italy ; † September 27, 2019 there ) was an Italian clergyman and Roman Catholic bishop of Albano .


Dante Bernini was ordained a priest on August 12, 1945 . He was pastor in Viterbo and in the mid-sixties lecturer at the seminary of Quercia.

Pope Paul VI appointed him on October 30, 1971 titular bishop of Assidona and auxiliary bishop in Albano . The bishop of Viterbo e Tuscania , Luigi Boccadoro , donated him episcopal ordination on December 8th of the same year ; Co- consecrators were Raffaele Macario , Bishop of Albano , and Franco Costa , Bishop Emeritus of Crema .

Paul VI appointed him on July 10, 1975. to the bishop of Velletri and Segni . Pope John Paul II appointed him Bishop of Albano on April 8, 1982. On November 13, 1999, John Paul II accepted Bernini's age-related resignation as Bishop of Albano.

Dante Bernini was President of the Justice and Peace Commission of the Italian Bishops' Conference. He was also a member and from 1983 to 1986 Vice-President of the Commission of the Bishops' Conferences of the European Community (COMECE).

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predecessor Office successor
- Bishop of Velletri-Segni
Martino Gomiero
Gaetano Bonicelli Bishop of Albano
Agostino Vallini