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Saint Pius X Commemorative Coin

Without a doubt, the most important Pope of the twentieth century was Pius X (1903-1914), whose glorious 11-year-reign included the condemnation of Modernism and related errors threatening Christendom, the restoration of sacred chant, the compilation and codification of Canon Law, the admittance of children above the age of reason to Holy Communion, and the introduction of frequent, even daily, Communion — in short, the restoration of all things in Christ, which was his papal motto: Instaurare Omnia in Christo. In 1954, the incorrupt Pius X was declared a saint by Pope Pius XII, less than 40 years after his death.

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