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PIME, one hundred years of missions in the world between prayers, memories and photographic exhibitions

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A historical photo of PIME when it was called the “Apostolic House of the Immaculate” at the beginning of the 1920s

Treviso celebrates the anniversary of the Pontifical Institute for Foreign Missions born from the meeting between the cleric Gaetano Filippin, monsignors Andrea Giacinto Longhin and Vittorio D’Alessi.

TREVISO. The origins of Treviso PIME? From the meeting between the cleric Gaetano Filippin, the bishops Andrea Giacinto Longhin and Vittorio D’Alessthe. The year to be circled is 1921, the three give life to a small seminar for young people who intend to participate in missions abroad.

History of 100 years ago, the ancestor of PIME also takes shape in Treviso. Is called Apostolic House of the Immaculate Conception, the first seat in the church of San Martino.

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