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Wikipedia (English), viewed Oct. 12, 2016 (Camillus de Lellis; Saint Camillus de Lellis, M.I.; born May 25, 1550 in Bucchianico, Kingdom of Naples; died July 14, 1614 in Rome; canonized in 1746; Italian priest who founded a religious order dedicated to care of the sick, the Order of Clerks Regular, Ministers of the Infirm (abbreviated as M.I.), better known as the Camillians)