|Ordination||22 September 1871|
|Consecration||1 May 1887|
by George Porter
|Created cardinal||22 June 1903|
by Leo XIII
|Born||17 June 1849|
|Died||28 April 1905 (aged 55)|
|Education||Pontifical Roman Athenaeum Saint Apollinare|
He was ordained a priest on 22 September 1871.
Aiuti was a member of the Roman Curia on the staff of the Congregation of the Council and then in the diplomatic service at the nunciature in Brazil. He was secretary to Antonio Agliardi who was charged with organizing the Church in India. On 31 March 1887 he was appointed titular archbishop of Achrida and Apostolic Delegate to India. He received his episcopal ordination from the Archbishop of Bombay, George Porter, S.J., on 1 May 1887. He published an account of his years in India in English as a guide for the Catholic hierarchy there.
From 1891 to 1893 he was secretary for Eastern Rite affairs at the Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith. In that role he contributed to Pope Leo XIII's encyclical on the union of the Christian churches, Satis cognitum (1896).
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