Egidio Lari

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Egidio Lari (born March 8, 1882 in Buggiano , Pistoia Province , Italy ; † November 17, 1965 ) was a Roman Catholic Archbishop and diplomat of the Holy See .


Egidio Lari received on 18 September 1909, the sacrament of Holy Orders .

On June 1, 1931, Pope Pius XI appointed him . the titular archbishop of Tire, and ordered him to apostolic delegate in Persia . The secretary of the Congregation for the Eastern Churches , Cardinal Luigi Sincero , ordained him episcopal on August 15 of the same year ; Co- consecrators were the Pope's sacristan , Curia Bishop Agostino Zampini OSA , and the Bishop of Pescia , Angelo Simonetti .

Lari resigned as Apostolic Delegate in Persia in March 1937. On May 11, 1939, Egidio Lari became apostolic nuncio in Bolivia . Lari resigned as Apostolic Nuncio in Bolivia on January 3, 1945.

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predecessor Office successor
Federico Lunardi Apostolic Nuncio in Bolivia
Giuseppe Burzio