papal nuncio

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(Roman Catholic Church) a diplomatic representative of the Pope having ambassadorial status

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Archbishop Charles Brown who celebrated Mass in Corpus Christi Church, Moyross, Co Limerick, said: "Nothing would give me greater joy as Papal Nuncio to have that happen.
Supposedly, when there is a need for a diocesan bishop in the province, the papal nuncio begins the hunt by looking at the candidates on that list.
It is also why the presence, words, and nominations of Papal Nuncio Mennini are held dear by them.
It has been lobbying the Papal Nuncio for several months.
The extraordinary move to recall the papal nuncio, Mon-signor Giuseppe Leanza, is meant to show "a certain note of surprise and regret regarding some excessive reactions" to the report, Vatican spokesman Ciro Benedettini said.
NEW YORK, July 28, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- AJC mourns the passing of Archbishop Pietro Sambi, the Papal Nuncio to the USA and former Papal Nuncio to the State of Israel.
Archbishop Giuseppe Leanza, Papal Nuncio in Dublin, has already returned to Rome in a rare move ordered by the Holy See.
The Papal Nuncio was told to take a message to the Holy See that the Irish Government believes its conduct in clerical child abuse inquiries has been disgraceful and unacceptable.
Next Sunday, a special service will be held in Rakovski by the Papal Nuncio for Bulgaria, archbishop Janusz Bolonek, who is a fellow Pole.
The Archbishop of Westminster, Vincent Nichols, said: "We are grateful to the Holy Father for making this appointment so soon after the arrival of our new papal nuncio.
1922), Pius XI (1922-1939, the former papal nuncio in Poland whose Polonophilia earned him the unofficial title of "the Polish pope"), and Pins XII (from 1939) often pursued policies and methods which Polish governments and some Polish clergy found problematic and, in some instances, unacceptable.
With assistance from Catholic Relief Service (CRS) and CARITAS Internationalis, the delegation also met several European National representations to the UN, the Papal Nuncio as well as some UN institutions operating in Sudan.
He has published three volumes of papal bulls and letters from 1198 to 1415 that he found in the Archives nationales de Paris, as well as the correspondance as papal nuncio in France from 1601 to 1604 of Innocenzo del Bufalo, and the letters of Henri IV concerning relations between the papacy and France.
The exhibition, Held In Trust, will be opened on Wednesday evening by the papal nuncio to the UK, Archbishop Faustino Sainz Munoz.
He will be formally ordained by the Papal Nuncio to Great Britain, Archbishop Sainz Munoz amid a congregation including 27 archbishops and bishops from across the UK and Ireland.