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the site in Rome containing the church of Rome and the Lateran Palace

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After the 1929 signing of the Lateran Pacts between the Church and the Italian government of Mussolini, Pope Pius XI asked Guglielmo Marconi, inventor of the wireless, to start up a radio station for the new Vatican City state.
After entering the city [she had apparently described her day at the Lateran Palace in a previous letter] we dismounted at Ss.
Provost studied theology in Louvain, Belgium, and earned his doctorate in Rome at the Lateran University in 1967.
While the seminary remains under Chaput's jurisdiction, the Lateran had to approve the seminary's curriculum and its 25-member faculty, about half of whom hold Rome-based degrees.
301) Due to the importance of national rather than international Islamic leaders, and lacking the centralized, hierarchical structure present in the Catholic Church, it does not seem likely that the formation of an independent Islamic State based on the Lateran model of the Holy See would achieve widespread international acceptance.
Naturally the canons of the Fourth Lateran Council (1215) came to be reflected in English provincial or diocesan statutes, but the author relies upon Wilkins's Concilia rather than Councils and Synods, edited by Powicke and Cheney.
Vatican spokesman Joaquin Navarro-Valls said that Vatican City is guaranteed free water services by the 1929 Lateran Treaty, which created the independent city-state inside of Rome.
One of the myriad effects of the Fourth Lateran Council of 1215 was legal reform throughout Europe.
Later he washed the feet of 12 priests from the diocese of Rome in a ceremony in St John Lateran Basilica symbolising humility and commemorating Jesus' last supper with his 12 apostles before his crucifixion.
He obtained BA degree in Theology and Philosophy; doctoral degree in ecclesiastical and civil rights at Lateran Saint John University in Rome.
For more, see The Vatican and Fascism: Remembering the 1929 Lateran Accords ww.
On another, however, it is a well-crafted and readable narrative of the introduction of Syriac studies into the circles of Roman intelligentsia between the Fifth Lateran Council and the middle stages of the Council of Trent.
The November 9 feast commemorating the dedication of the Lateran Basilica (or the Basilica of St.
The second half of the Clericus Cup final between the Pontifical Lateran University and Redemptoris Mater College boiled over amid allegations of diving.
In this capacity, he combined his efforts towards the Lateran reformation of the Church with his political and military endeavors.