Sir Pietro Pace
|Bishop of Malta|
|Appointed||11 February 1889|
|Other post(s)||Titular Archbishop of Rhodes|
|Ordination||17 December 1853|
|Consecration||8 April 1877|
by Edward Henry Howard
|Died||29 July 1914 (aged 83)|
Victoria, Gozo Malta
|Previous post(s)||Bishop of Gozo (1877-1889)|
Archbishop Pace was born in Rabat (later renamed Victoria) on Gozo on 9 April 1831 and was baptised on the same day in St George's Basilica. He was ordained a priest in 1853 and was consecrated as the third Bishop of Gozo in the Basilica of San Carlo al Corso in Rome by the English prelate, Edward Henry Cardinal Howard, on 8 April 1877. He served as Gozo's bishop until 1889 when he was transferred to the Bishopric of Malta succeeding Archbishop Carmelo Scicluna. He was also appointed as the Titular Archbishop of Rhodes. He ministered in Malta for 25 years until he died in Victoria, Gozo, 29 July 1914.
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