Placidus Riccardi

Placidus Riccardi (* 24. June 1844 in Trevi, Italy; † 15. March 1915 in Rome) was a monk in the Benediktinerorden and is a blessed of the catholic church.


Placidus Riccardi became after its Priesterweihe abbott Vikar and Beichtvater of a nun monastery, later then a rector in the monastery Farfa in the Sabiner mountains lain north of Rome. It worried self-sacrificing about the well-being of the barrier drivers, which registered the surname to it „Apostel of the Sabiner “. Placidus Riccardi died after serious illness to 15. March 1915. It became of Pope Pius XII. to 5. December 1954 blessedly.


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