|Bishop of the Diocese of Anagni-Alatri (emeritus)|
|See||Roman Catholic Diocese of Anagni-Alatri|
|Ordination||15 June 1946|
|Born||25 July 1923|
|Died||5 November 2011 88) (aged|
Luigi Belloli (25 July 1923 – 5 November 2011) was an Italian Prelate of the Catholic Church. 
Luigi Belloli was born in Inveruno, Italy, ordained a priest by Cardinal Alfredo Ildefonso Schuster on 15 June 1946.  Belloli was appointed bishop of the Diocese of Anagni-Alatri on 7 December 1987 and ordained on 6 January 1988.  Belloli would retire from Anagni-Alatri on 6 March 1999.
Belloli died in his hometown of Inveruno on 5 November 2011.
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The Diocese of Rome is the ecclesiastical district under the direct jurisdiction of the Pope, who is Bishop of Rome as well as the supreme pontiff and leader of the worldwide Catholic Church. As the Holy See, the papacy is a sovereign entity with diplomatic relations, and civil jurisdiction over the Vatican City State located geographically within Rome. The Diocese of Rome is the metropolitan diocese of the Province of Rome, an ecclesiastical province in Italy. The first bishop of Rome was Saint Peter in the first century. The incumbent since 13 March 2013 is Pope Francis.
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