Bellenghi (and Not Bellenchi) Filippo Maria Albertino
Bellenghi (And Not Bellenchi) Filippo Maria Albertino an Italian prelate and learned Camaldule, was born at Forlimpopoli (and not at Forli), Sept. 22, 1758. Having received the degree of doctor of theology and of canonical law at Rome, he was successively rector of the parishes of Faenza and Perugia, abbot of Sassoferrato and of Avellana. At last Bellenghi became procurator-general of his order, and Leon XII appointed him archbishop of Nicosia, and made him apostolic visitor of the orders of friars in Sardinia. He died March 2, 1839. Besides many of his works which remain in MS., we notice, De Veritate ac Divinitate Sacrse of Magorunm Historiie, Dissertatio Historico -theologico-critica (Pisauri, 1786): — De Jesu Christi Reliquiis, Dissertatio Theologico-critica (Faventiae, 1761): — Animadversiones in Sacrarum Reliquiarum Cultus Vetustatein, ac Prohibitatenm adversus Iconoclastas Protestantes, aliosque Religionis Catholicce Rituum Nuperos Criticos (ibid. eod.). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.