Tommaso Pio Boggiani
|Chancellor of the Apostolic Chancery|
|Church||Roman Catholic Church|
|Appointed||13 March 1933|
|Term ended||26 February 1942|
|Predecessor||Andreas Franz Frühwirth|
|Successor||Celso Benigno Luigi Costantini|
|Ordination||22 July 1885|
|Consecration||22 November 1908|
by Rafael Merry del Val y Zulueta
|Created cardinal||4 December 1916|
by Pope Benedict XV
19 January 1863
|Died||26 February 1942 (aged 79)|
Rome, Kingdom of Italy
|Coat of arms|
|Reference style||His Eminence|
|Spoken style||Your Eminence|
|See||Porto e Santa Rufina (suburbicarian see)|
Tommaso Pio Boggiani O.P. (19 January 1863 – 26 February 1942) was an Italian prelate of the Catholic Church who had a varied career that included a stint as the Apostolic Delegate to Mexico, service as bishop of Adria and archbishop of Genoa, and senior assignments in the Roman Curia. He was a member of the Dominicans and was made a cardinal in 1916.
Pio Boggiani was born in Bosco Marengo, Alessandria, Italy, on 19 January 1863.[a] He joined the Dominicans on 15 September 1879, changing his name from Pio to Tommaso. He was ordained a priest and worked as a missionary in Constantinople. He was elected prior of the Dominican convent in Ragusa in 1891. He served as pastor of the parish of S. Maria di Castello in Genoa in 1900 but left to join the faculty of the seminary in Genoa. In 1908 he was appointed apostolic administrator of the Diocese of Adria.
He was appointed apostolic administrator of Genoa on 7 March 1914.
He was appointed Archbishop of Genoa on 10 March 1919; he resigned that position in 1921.
He died on 26 February 1942.