- Hammer of Socialism (a nickname given by his parishioners)
Son of a railway worker. Baptized on 30 May 1866. Entered seminary in Padua, Italy in October 1881. Ordained on 22 December 1888. Assigned to Gallio, Italy where he worked with boys who seemed to have a vocation to the priesthood. Archpriest of Gallio in 1890. Transferred to the impoverished parish of Agna in Padua in 1900, he worked with his parishioners to be bring out the best in their human and spiritual gifts. Fought against the rising socialist anti-Christian, anti-clerical movement. Bishop of Città di Castello, Italy from 8 January 1910 until his death 24 years later. In that position he continued to fight against socialists, secularists and anti-Church forces. Built schools for the poor in 1910, 1915 and 1920, a library in 1919, and a summer camp in Pesaro, Italy for the poor, sick and disabled in 1925. Founded the Congregation of the Little Servants of the Sacred Heart to work in these schools and more; they received papal approval on 16 October 1916. Cared for those displaced in World War I, founded a newspaper for the laity and one for his priests.
- 7 July 1932 in hospital in Fano, Pesaro, Italy from injuries received in an automobile accident on 24 June
- buried in the cemetery of Città di Castello, Italy
- relics re-interred in a marble sarcophagus in crypt of the cathedral of Città di Castello on 5 March 1933
- 27 May 2007 by Pope Benedict XVI
- recognition celebrated by Cardinal José Saraiva Martins in the cathedral of Citta di Castello, Italy
- “Blessed Carlo Liviero“. CatholicSaints.Info. 7 July 2016. Web. 18 January 2017. <>