|Name||Pope Pius X|
|Date of Birth||June 2, 1835|
|Place of Birth||Italy|
Pope Pius X was born on June 2, 1835 in Italy. He died on Aug 20, 1914 (age 79). Pope Benedict XV was the leader of the Catholic Church from 1903 until his death in 1914. He was known for his opposition to modernist interpretations of Catholic dogma and his advocacy for conservative theology.
In the year 1858, he received his priesthood ordination and began serving as the chaplain at Tombolo. He is credited with publishing the first Code of Canon Law, which was the first time that the laws of the Church were compiled into a single volume. His grandfather was a Polish village postman who immigrated to Italy, and his father was an Italian village postman.
Pope Pius X was the head of the Catholic Church from 1903 to 1914. He was born in Italy in 1835 and died in 1914. Pius X wrote many books about the Catholic faith. Some of his more famous works include “On the Mission of the Church,” “On the Faith,” “On the Holy Eucharist,” “On the Sacraments,” and “On the Church.” Pius X was a very influential Pope and his books are still read by Catholics today.