apostolic delegate


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(Roman Catholic Church) a representative of the Holy See in a country that has no formal diplomatic relations with it

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32) In a 1933 letter to the Apostolic Delegate O'Leary declared:
As the war drew to a close in 1945, Hughes was confirmed in his position as apostolic delegate and ordained bishop, but Egypt now sought full diplomatic relations with the Vatican, the first Muslim-majority state to do so.
As the conflict began to unfold, the NCWC kept the Holy See in Rome notified of its efforts through the Apostolic Delegate in Washington, D.
26] When he explained the idea to the Apostolic Delegate for conveyance to Pius XII, Temple "got a feeling that it would make a great difference if the suggestion could appear to emanate from the Vatican rather than the Vatican should act upon a public request from outside.
Also attending the discussions was head of the Vatican mission to Kuwait, the Apostolic Delegate to the Arabian Peninsula, Archbishop Petar Rajic.
At the end of June 1969, Shannon, Archbishops Leo Binz and Leo Byrne--his superiors in Minnesota--and the apostolic delegate met in Washington.
In making this choice it could conduct an investigation through the apostolic delegate concerning candidates for that office, a list of whom it would have received within the previous two years from the province to which that diocese belonged.
Senior Palestinian officials met with the Apostolic delegate in Jerusalem to discuss this issue and it was decided after the meeting that a ranking delegation, headed by the prime minister, the foreign minister and chief negotiator in the PLO, along with other senior officials, will travel to the Vatican to get clarification about the projected agreement.
On 18 May 2002, Pope John Paul II appointed him Titular Archbishop of Sagona and Apostolic Nuncio to Sudan and Apostolic Delegate to Somalia.
For the Notary the Archbishop chose the Secretary to the Apostolic Delegate, Dr.
He wrote numerous letters to Archbishop Gauthier, Monsignor Andrea Cassulo, Apostolic Delegate of Canada, and copied most of them to Father W.
Members of the Catholic hierarchy whose contributions to the events of the war years are acknowledged include Cardinals George Mundelein (Chicago), Edward Mooney (Detroit), and Francis Spellman (New York), as well as Archbishop Amleto Cicognani, the Apostolic Delegate to Washington.
Devotees may go up to the sanctuary at the back and kiss the precious relic donated in 1908 by the Apostolic delegate Monsignor Agius.
bishops appointed in Archbishop Jean Jadot's first year as apostolic delegate to the United States indicate a Vatican preference for pastorally oriented and at least moderately progressive bishops.
After nine years in Bulgaria, Roncalli was appointed apostolic delegate to Turkey and Greece (1935).