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Basilica where Cardinal Taramasso was Ordained in 1952
(CLICK IMAGE TO ENLARGE) The gifted Carlo Taramasso was ordained a priest at the age of 23, on June 29th, 1952 A.D. (Feast of Sts. Peter and Paul), at the Santuario Basilica della Natività di Maria Regina Montis Regalis, in Cuneo, Italy. This magnificent Basilica has the largest elliptical dome in the world. The both learned and humble, Fr. Taramasso, was made a Bishop and a Cardinal by the Hostage Pope, Gregory XVII, ("Siri") in June of 1988, in Rome. Learn more about Gregory XVII's trusted Cardinal at: https://tinyurl.com/Card-T-June-15-1988

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