internuncio


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(Roman Catholic Church) a diplomatic representative of the Pope ranking below a nuncio

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In 1947 Arthur Hughes was named the first internuncio to Egypt and became archbishop.
Papel dado por el internuncio de Polonia, Estanislao Makowski; Archivo Historico Nacional, seccion Estado (en adelante AHN, EST), 3455, fol.
It may be all too easy today to criticize the insistence of Pope Pius XII in condemning communism and the confrontational and uncompromising attitude of Internuncio Riberi to the government of New China.
111: Abbate [Giuseppe] Spinelli, Internuncio in Brussels, to the 'Marchese di Cortance', [copy] dated London, 28 May 1723; f.
members of his church who had signed a petition requesting the Peking Government to deport the Papal Internuncio from China.
For decades the Vatican has been seeking ways to reopen diplomatic relations broken off by China in 1951 by expelling the papal internuncio, Archbishop Antonio Riberi.