The popes never attended, but controlled things from Rome via their legates
, who alone could present agenda items.
, Arnold Amalric, marched on Beziers in Southern France with 8,000 men and put 20,000 people to the sword.
The Papal legate
as played by Paola Dionisotti is excellent .
Ashley Nicole Lishman and Graham Wesley Legate
were united in marriage on July 12, 2008, at First Baptist Church in Kosciusko.
I should know; I was there for the great celebrations of the 900th anniversary of his death in 1938, commemorated by special coins from the Hungarian mint and a Eucharistic Congress, at which then-Vatican Secretary of State Eugenio Pacelli, the future Pope Pius XII, was the papal legate
Medical illustrators create illustrations, animations and interactive media (collectively known as 'visuals') that help communicate complex biomedical issues by presenting them in a simplified, more readily understood format (Mader 1995, Legate
This freeway was going to damage much more than the immediate area of the road," says Lawson LeGate
, the senior southwest regional representative for the Sierra Club.
In London, Bishop Nathan Hovhannisian, primate of the Armenian Church of Great Britain and Pontifical Legate
, preached at St.
Paul, with a slight adaptation,'' the pontiff said in a letter read by Special Legate
Cardinal James Francis Stafford of Rome.
Miriam (Mary) became pregnant, the unnamed Roman legate
left town, and Miriam's family was left in disgrace.
, 38, slipped fixing ropes and fell 200 metres into a crevasse.
The Jewellery Quarter-based company has hired former independent designer Jason Legate
as creative director to head a team of creative design specialists.
The volume comprises the texts of 140 charters, of which over fifty-two were written in his capacity as legate
and at least six are thought to constitute forgeries.
THIS week's star letter comes from Pauline Legate
, of Northolt, Middlesex, who wins pounds 20 worth of National Garden Gift Vouchers.
A client and friend of the powerful Farnese family, he was created a Cardinal in 1539 and served in the positions of papal legate
to the Council of Trent (1545-1549), administrator of a succession of three dioceses, and for the last three weeks of his life Pope under the name Marcellus II.