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Sant'Egidio in Borgo

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The church of Sant'Egidio in Borgo, ...a Borgo, or Vaticano (Saint Giles in Borgo or at the Vatican), is a Roman Catholic oratory in Vatican City dedicated to Saint Giles.

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The name of this church appears for the first time in the documents of the thirteenth century, under the name sancti Egidii extra portam Viridariam or extra portam Auream in monte Geretulo or extra portam Viridariam in monte Geretulo.[1][2] Pope Alexander III conceded the church to the Order of the Holy Sepulchre with the mission to restore the church and its hospital.[3]

Pope Pius XI gave the church to the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary.[4]


  1. ^ Armellini 1891, p. 788.
  2. ^ Hülsen 1927, p. 164.
  3. ^ Dykmans 1967, p. 584.
  4. ^ Dykmans 1967, p. 586.


  • Armellini, Mariano (1891), "Rione Borgo", Le chiese di Roma dal secolo IV al XIX (in Italian), Roma, pp. 788–789, retrieved 12 February 2015
  • Hülsen, Christian (1927), "S. Aegidii", Le chiese di Roma nel Medio Evo (in Italian), Firenze, p. 164, retrieved 12 February 2015
  • Dykmans, Marc (1967), "Du Monte Mario à l'escalier de Saint-Pierre de Rome" (PDF), Mélanges d'archéologie et d'histoire (in French), École française de Rome, 80 (2): 584–586, doi:10.3406/mefr.1968.7561, retrieved 10 February 2015[permanent dead link]
  • Forcella, Vincenzo (1869), "Part II: Sant'Egidio (in Borgo)", Iscrizioni delle chiese e d'altri edificii di Roma dal secolo 11 fino ai giorni nostri (in Italian), VI, Roma: Tip. delle scienze matematiche e fisiche, pp. 312–318, retrieved 10 February 2015
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