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

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Quarracino, "Presentacion de Libertatis Nuntius," L'Osservatore Romano, Spanish edition, 819 (September 9, 1984) 567.
The official oration, entitled Nuntius Sidereus Collegii Romani (Starry Message of the Roman College) (4) which clearly alluded to Galileo's book of celestial discoveries, lauded Galileo for his observations and announced that they had been confirmed by the Jesuit astronomers and mathematicians at the College.
Libertatis nuntius warned that the ideological deviations of Marxist liberation theology inevitably lead to the betrayal of the cause of the poor.
Nuntius opens Herod the Great with "Moste mighty Mahowne meng you with mirthe
itaque ingentes per me referunt gmtes quibus obtigit per panis tui abundantiam ad sui sufficientiam pervenire, igitur si mandati officii munia satis videor explesse, ex legato nuntius ero.
Putting the point negatively in its Instruction on Certain Aspects of the "Theology of Liberation" Libertatis nuntius (LN, 1984), the Congregation stated:
The influence of the old play is clearest in those scenes in which an Expositor, also called Preco, Doctor, Nuntius or Messenger, comments to the 'Lordinges' of the audience on the significance of the topics represented.
Credo memineris, preceptor optime, quod nondum tertius annus elapsus sit posquam senatus nostri nuntius Patavum ad te veni, et commissis expositis dies plusculos tecum egerim, quos fere omnes uno eodemque duximus modo.
These differences are evident in the two Vatican documents dealing with liberation theology: Libertatis Nuntius (1984) and the Instruction on Christian Freedom and Liberation (1986).
Rome has appointed an Apostolic Nuntius and Apostolic Administrators to take over the places of the murdered bishops and those who reached the age of retirement.
The tendency to use Seneca to explain too much is apparent in Miola's treatment of the nuntius and confidant conventions.
If there is a singular failing of modern datacomm technology, says Richard Shockey, president of Nuntius Corp.
Diez anos despues, la Congregacion para la Doctrina de la Fe publicaria en Roma la instruccion "Libertatis nuntius, sobre algunos aspectos de la teologia de la liberacion", con la firma del cardenal Ratzinger.