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

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After the Mass, the new members of the CBCP Permanent Council and the commission heads had their oath-taking before the nuncio.
RIGHTS The Nuncio And The Writer reveals Butler's story only came to prominence when Antony Farrell set up Lilliput Press and published several of his works before putting him in touch with companies in London, New York and Paris.
While nuncios are currently allowed to consult laypeople when considering bishop candidates, they are not obligated to do so, and frequently put the focus of their consultations on current clergy members.
Franco Coppola es un nuncio que viene a Mexico en circunstancias dramaticas, en un pais que se esta cayendo a pedazos, en terminos de liderazgo gubernamental, la imagen del presidente esta lastimada y fracturada; hay una clase politica impregnada por el olor estupefaciente de la corrupcion, sin capacidad y sin liderazgo frente a la sociedad, con una economia estancada.
Supposedly, when there is a need for a diocesan bishop in the province, the papal nuncio begins the hunt by looking at the candidates on that list.
El 15 de diciembre de 1993, el cardenal Ernesto Corripio Ahumada, entonces arzobispo primado de Mexico, le escribio una carta al Papa Juan Pablo II en la cual le pedia que destituyera de su cargo a monsenor Jeronimo Prigione, quien en ese tiempo fungia como nuncio apostolico en la Republica.
A nuncio is an ecclesiastical diplomatic title that is equivalent to that of ambassador.
The four, from the diocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh, have complained to nuncio Antonio Mennini, the Vatican's ambassador to Britain, and demanded O'Brien's immediate resignation.
Ramiro TRULLEN FLORIA, Religion y politica en la Espana de los anos treinta: el nuncio Federico Tedeschini y la Segunda Republica, institucion <<Fernando el catolico>>, Zaragoza 2012, 234 pp.
Parishioners from all over the Diocese of Middlesbrough welcomed His Excellency Archbishop Antonio Mennini, who is The Apostolic Nuncio.
Monsignor Peter Smith - who became a YouTube sensation after Susan Boyle was filmed fainting in his arms - is heading for the United Nations in New York after being appointed attache to the Papal Nuncio.
Afterwards Archbishop Mennini, also known as the Apostolic Nuncio, celebrated Mass at the Carmelite Monastery in Honeysgreen Lane, Liverpool, with Carmelite Sisters from the three local monasteries.
The Vatican nuncio to Turkey has praised Prime Minister Recep Erdogan's announcement that his government will return properties, including schools and hospitals, confiscated from religious groups in 1936.
The extraordinary move to recall the papal nuncio, Mon-signor Giuseppe Leanza, is meant to show "a certain note of surprise and regret regarding some excessive reactions" to the report, Vatican spokesman Ciro Benedettini said.
Archbishop Giuseppe Leanza, Papal Nuncio in Dublin, has already returned to Rome in a rare move ordered by the Holy See.