The Holiness of the Church in the Nineteenth Century – Venerable Dominic Anthony Galli

The Venerable Dominic Anthony Galli belonged to the Capuchins. He was a Roman by birth and died on 27 October 1813. His chief work was the giving of missions, especially in the Campagna and in Latium. The Acts of the process recount many supernatural gifts which he possessed during life.

– this text is taken from The Holiness of the Church in the Nineteenth Century: Saintly Men and Women of Our Own Times, by Father Constantine Kempf, SJ; translated from the German by Father Francis Breymann, SJ; Impimatur by + Cardinal John Farley, Archbishop of New York, 25 September 1916