The Holy See

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Noting the close cooperation between the Pontifical Council for Culture of the Holy See and Heydar Aliyev Foundation the sides underlined the invaluable role of Azerbaijan's First Vice-President Mehriban Aliyeva in the further development of cooperation to this end.
The United States provides no development assistance to the Holy See.
4) Using its official privileges, the Holy See engages actively in negotiations at international conferences, and throughout the sessions of the General Assembly, Human Rights Council, Security Council and the various commissions of the Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).
Certainly we hope that the Holy See will be able to model what those best practices are as a way of helping other dioceses and bishops conferences to have a response that is truly adequate and pastoral.
Earlier on Tuesday, the Bilateral Permanent Working Commission between the Holy See and the State of Israel met at the Plenary level, in the Apostolic Palace at the Vatican, to carry on negotiations pursuant to the Fundamental Agreement Art.
This decision seems to show little regard for the important role played by the Holy See in international relations and of the historic ties between the Irish people and the Holy See over many centuries," Brady said in a statement.
Americans are the most generous donors to the Holy See, and many contributions from other countries are denominated in dollars.
In Papal Diplomacy and the Quest for Peace, Robert Araujo and John Lucal provide a punctilious historical survey of the efforts of the holy see to attain the Pax Christi at the international level.
The letter from the Holy See, dated April 2001, reported widely in the last few days, concerns the procedures of church tribunals and their disciplines and penalties.
The Holy See has acquired such recognition and authority primarily because of its long-standing involvement in world affairs over the last thousand years.
Your contacts with various agencies of the Holy See and with myself personally have been much appreciated, and have shown how close the cause of refugees is to your heart,'' the pontiff wrote.
The head of the Armenian Apostolic Church of the Holy See of Cilicia will begin his first visit to California in Glendale with a stop at a local parish tonight.
In the era of modern nation-states, the church leadership looked after its interests through a system of agreements, or concordats, between the Holy See, the headquarters of the church (since the 1929 Lateran pacts with Mussolini, housed in the sovereign 108-acre microstate of Vatican City in Rome), and national governments.
Planktos/KlimaFa's New Vatican Climate Forest Initiative to Fully Green the Holy See