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SOVEREIGNTY
SOVEREIGN
OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
REFORMS
ARCHIVAL MATERIAL
CONCLAVE
POPE BENEDICT
DECREES
POPE PAUL VI
PAPAL STATES
QUIRINAL
HOLOCAUST
JEWISH GROUPS
DOCTRINE
INFALLIBILITY
EUGENIO
SAINTHOOD
CANONISATION
RATZINGER
SACRED COLLEGE
PAPACY
QUIRINAL PALACE
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
ECCLESIASTICAL LATIN
DIOCESE
MSGR
ITALY
ITALIAN STATE
DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS
PAPAL NUNCIO
PALACE
LATERAN
VATICAN OFFICIALS
AMERICAN CARDINALS
VATICAN BASILICA
BASILICA
HELP JEWS
CATHOLIC CHURCH
POPE LEO XIII
WORLD WAR
POPE BENEDICT XV
POPE PIUS
PIUS IX
CAMERLENGO
FRESCOES
RAPHAEL
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Vatican is one of the most visited places of worship in the world with more than 25 million devotees coming every year.
  2. Vatican is heavily involved with San Girolamos finances.
  3. The Vatican, a sovereign enclave within Rome, is the seat of the Roman Catholic Church and the home of the Pope.
  4. The Vatican is now an independent enclave surrounded by Italy, as is San Marino.
  5. The Vatican is a formidable diplomatic and ideological center, because it has at its disposal the religious machinery of the Church.

Sovereignty

  1. Italy, on her part, recognizes the State of the Vatican City under the sovereignty of the Supreme Pontiff.

Sovereign

  1. The pope holds ex officio the title "Sovereign of the Vatican City State" in respect to Vatican City.
  2. Since the signing of the Lateran treaty, the Pope has been Sovereign of the Vatican City State.

Official Language

  1. It is to this day the official language of the Catholic Church and the Vatican.
  2. Latin is the official language of the Holy See and the Vatican City-State.
  3. Latin survives as the official tongue of Vatican City and as the official language of communication of the Roman Catholic Church.

Reforms

  1. But the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops insists that canon law does not allow the Vatican or the Conference to impose such reforms on dioceses.
  2. The teachings of Vatican II and the reforms which proceed from it are contrary to the Faith and ruinous of our eternal salvation.
  3. He set out to reverse the spirit, if not entirely the letter, of the reforms initiated by the Second Vatican Council in the 1960s.

Archival Material

  1. So I applied for access to archival material in the Vatican, reassuring those who had charge of crucial documents that I was on the side of my subject.
  2. Paul V collected the archival material from the library and housed it separately as the Vatican Secret Archives.

Conclave

  1. Unless circumstances prevent it, the conclave takes place inside Vatican City and begins 15 days after death of the pope.
  2. Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger of Germany is thought by Vatican watchers to have a lot of support in the conclave.

Pope Benedict

  1. Pope Benedict made the announcement in Latin from the meeting of cardinals at the Vatican.
  2. Jose Gabriel Funes, a 45-year-old Jesuit priest who is head of the Vatican Observatory and a scientific adviser to Pope Benedict.

Decrees

  1. The Gallican opinions to the contrary are no longer tenable after the decrees of the Council of the Vatican (Sess.
  2. Bishop Cronin faithfully and carefully carried on the work of implementing the decrees of the Second Vatican Council.
  3. These decrees were later supplemented by the First Vatican Council of 1870.

Pope Paul Vi

  1. But Lidia and her parents had to go to the Vatican to get the blessing of the pope at the time, Pope Paul VI.
  2. At this same basilica, Pope Paul VI, on December 4, 1965, held a special Liturgy of the Word service for the Protestant Observers who attended Vatican II.

Papal States

  1. Vatican City can be seen as the modern descendent of the Papal States.

Quirinal

  1. He abandoned the Quirinal for the Vatican, a symbolic move from the palace of his temporal authority to the home of his spiritual authority.

Holocaust

  1. It was the first time Catholics and Jews gathered under the roof of the Vatican to pray for those who perished in the Holocaust.
  2. More importantly, the scope of the work extends beyond the Vatican to examine the positions of European Catholic clergy confronting the Holocaust.
  3. Their report, entitled "The Vatican and the Holocaust," laid to rest several of the conventional defenses of Pope Pius XII.

Jewish Groups

  1. At the time, Jewish groups urged the Vatican to delay its plans to beatify Pius XII, pope from 1939 to 1958, until the record was straight.

Doctrine

  1. In 1998, over a decade after his death, the Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith (a Vatican commission) denounced de Mello's writings.
  2. Doctrine on collegiality was set forth by the Second Vatican Council in Lumen Gentium (the Dogmatic Constitution on the Church).
  3. In 1870 (just at the time when the Vatican Council was defining the doctrine of Papal Infallibility) war broke out between France and Prussia.

Infallibility

  1. The dogma of infallibility was formally proclaimed at the First Vatican Council in 1870.

Eugenio

  1. Inside the Vatican, Eugenio Pacelli continued to occupy his apartment as Secretary of State.
  2. Eugenio Pacelli was born in Rome in 1876, into a family of church lawyers who served the Vatican.

Sainthood

  1. With the 50 th Anniversary of the death of Pius XII, the Vatican is again pushing for his sainthood.
  2. The controversial wartime pope accused of failing to openly condemn the Holocaust has moved a step closer to sainthood, the Vatican has confirmed.
  3. Vatican defends move to sainthood for pope Vatican City, Dec.

Canonisation

  1. Following Mother Teresa’s death the Vatican began the process of beatification, which is the second step on the way to canonisation and sainthood.

Ratzinger

  1. The Pope spoke in the encyclical Mortalium Animos, which Ratzinger dared to declare in conformity with Vatican II.
  2. Ratzinger was the peritus, or theological expert, of Cologne’s Cardinal Josef Frings at the Second Vatican Council.

Sacred College

  1. The Vatican announced the appointment of 24 new members to the Sacred College of Cardinals, to be installed at a four-day Papal Consistory starting Jan.
  2. The Sacred College itself assumes the govern ment of Vatican City State (nn.

Papacy

  1. After the return of the papacy to Rome (1377) the Vatican became the usual residence.
  2. But the Vatican has infuriated critics by failing to open secret archives relating to his papacy before moving him closer to canonisation.
  3. Pope Nicholas was renowned for learning and piety; he established the papacy as a patron of the humanities and was a founder of the Vatican Library.

Quirinal Palace

  1. His adhesion to this school can be seen in the frescos he painted in Rome in about 1610 in the Quirinal Palace, the Vatican, and various churches (e.g.

Roman Catholic Church

  1. Pope John Paul II reigned as pope of the Roman Catholic Church and sovereign of Vatican City for almost 27 years.
  2. Latin remains the formal language of the Roman Catholic Church to this day, and as such is the official national language of the Vatican.
  3. Rome became the seat of the Roman Catholic Church and the home of a sovereign state, the Vatican City, within its walls.

Ecclesiastical Latin

  1. Ecclesiastical Latin remains the formal language of the Roman Catholic Church to this day, which makes it the official national language of the Vatican.
  2. Ecclesiastical Latin remains the formal language of the Roman Catholic Church to this day, and thus the official language of the Vatican.

Diocese

  1. He represented the diocese at the First Vatican Council (1869-70), established parochial schools and erected St. Vibiana Cathedral in 1876.
  2. Archbishop Kenrick appointed him vicar-general and administrator of the diocese, during his attendance at the Vatican Council.

Msgr

  1. Msgr. Peter Elliott is a priest of the Archdiocese of Melbourne, Australia who works in the Vatican.
  2. Msgr. Hughes explained that a telegram to the chief rabbi inviting him to come to Rome had been held back by the Vatican at the last minute.
  3. In 1789-1787, the Specola Vaticana in the Tower of the Winds within the Vatican was established under the direction of Msgr.

Italy

  1. Gabriele Amorth (born 1925) is an Italian Catholic priest, born in Modena, Italy, who is the official exorcist of the Vatican in the diocese of Rome.
  2. Lira is the name of the monetary unit of a number of countries, as well as the former currency of Italy, San Marino and the Vatican City.
  3. It is the official language in Italy, San Marino, Vatican City, Switzerland and in some cities of Slovenia and Croatia.

Italian State

  1. Many of the monuments of Rome were restored by the Italian state and by the Vatican for the 2000 Jubilee.
  2. In 1929 the Lateran Treaty settled the pope's relation to the Italian state and set up an independent city-state (see Vatican City).

Diplomatic Relations

  1. On Dec. 30, 1993, 89 years later, the Vatican established diplomatic relations with the State of Israel.
  2. On 11 April 1919, Secretary of State Pietro Gasparri informed the Estonian authorities, that the Vatican would agree to have diplomatic relations.
  3. Eventually, France expelled the Jesuits and broke off diplomatic relations with the Vatican.

Papal Nuncio

  1. One of them, Rudolf Vrba, submits a report to the Papal Nuncio in Slovakia which is forwarded to the Vatican, received there in mid June.
  2. It follows his years as a Vatican diplomat, including stints in Munich and Berlin as a Papal Nuncio, or ambassador.

Palace

  1. He took up his residence, no longer in the Quirinal, but in the Vatican Palace.
  2. After the return of the Pope to Rome in 1377, the Vatican palace was chosen as the papal residence.
  3. One of the most significant artistic works of his reign was the execution of the Last Judgement by Michelangelo in the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican Palace.

Lateran

  1. Nicholas III, a member of Orsini family, was elected in 1277 and moved the seat of the Popes from the Lateran to the more defensible Vatican.

Vatican Officials

  1. The official said the cardinals would meet with some Vatican officials as well as the pope.
  2. The statements by Hitler and Vatican Officials don't lie.
  3. It is believed that Vatican officials gave the American cardinals who came to Rome parameters within which to form those discussions.

American Cardinals

  1. Cardinal Stafford, who had been the oldest of the American cardinals actively at the Vatican, is retiring just short of his 77th birthday.
  2. The Vatican official said only the eight American cardinals in charge of an archdiocese will be involved in next week's talks.
  3. Yet this week's summit meeting of the American cardinals, the pope and senior Vatican officials comes close.

Vatican Basilica

  1. The casket of John Paul II was then brought into the Vatican Basilica to the place of burial as the faithful sang the Magnificat.

Basilica

  1. If the Pope died outside of Rome, the Sacred College shall make all provisions for the fitting transfer of his body to the Vatican Basilica (nn.
  2. At 9 a.m. in the Vatican Basilica, priestly ordination of deacons from the diocese of Rome.
  3. Rezzonico. He was made a canon of the Vatican Basilica, and served on the board of the Rev.

Help Jews

  1. After the war no less a person that Albert Einstein praised the Vatican for its efforts to help Jews.

Catholic Church

  1. Revolution in the Church - How Vatican II and its aftermath caused a crisis in the Catholic Church.
  2. The status and authority of the Pope in the Catholic Church was dogmatically defined by the First Vatican Council on 18 July 1870.
  3. The pope now was not only the supreme head of the Catholic Church universally, but also the indisputable temporal king over the State of Vatican City.

Pope Leo Xiii

  1. He was also chosen by Pope Leo XIII to deliver condolences on behalf of the Vatican to Edward VII of the United Kingdom after the death of Queen Victoria.
  2. His warm relations with Pope Leo XIII and his ultramontane views gained him the trust of the Vatican.
  3. In his talk Monday, the bishop gave an overview of the history of the Vatican Secret Archives, noting how Pope Leo XIII opened it to researchers in 1881.

World War

  1. Gasparri's watch in the Vatican coincided with major changes in Europe after World War One.
  2. A few years after the war he was sent as Vatican representative to Bulgaria, then to Turkey where, during World War II, he helped refugees from Nazi Germany.
  3. Never were the Jews and the Vatican so close as during World War II. The Vatican was the only place on the continent where they had any friends.

Pope Benedict Xv

  1. The first did not come until shortly after the end of World War I, when Woodrow Wilson was received at the Vatican by Pope Benedict XV in 1919.
  2. In 1918, Peavy says, a letter from the Vatican bestowed the blessing of Pope Benedict XV on Catholic Scouting.
  3. Some attempts at dialogue began in 1915, when Pope Benedict XV approved a British Legation to the Vatican, led by an Anglican with a Catholic deputy.

Pope Pius

  1. Pope Pius himself granted sanctuary within the walls of the Vatican in Rome to hundreds of homeless Jews.
  2. Pope Pius I was pope, perhaps from 140 to 154, though the Vatican 's 2003 Annuario Pontificio lists 142 or 146 to 157 or 161.
  3. Pope Pius spent as prisoner of the Vatican.

Pius Ix

  1. Pius IX had himself and his fellow popes proclaimed "infallible" at the Vatican I Council in 1870.
  2. Victor Emmanuele II, the first King of Italy, occupied the Quirinal Palace, and Pius IX died eight years later imprisoned within the Vatican walls.
  3. The Vatican Council was summoned by Pius IX. It met 8 December, 1869, and lasted till 18 July, 1870, when it was adjourned; it is still (1908) unfinished.

Camerlengo

  1. The camerlengo seizes the vial and uses a helicopter meant for escape from the Vatican to fly above the church.
  2. The one cardinal at the Vatican who retains clear duties is the camerlengo, who will be the focal point of activity until the beginning of the conclave.
  3. Carlo Ventresca is the camerlengo and faithful servant to the Roman Catholic Church during the papal conclave in the Vatican City.

Frescoes

  1. By 1509 Raphael, introduced to Julius, had begun his masterpieces for the Pope, the frescoes in three rooms of the Vatican.
  2. Commissioned by Pope Julius II, he painted frescoes in the Camera della Segnatura in the Vatican.
  3. He moved from Lombardy to Rome around 1515 and soon joined Raphael's workshop, which was then occupied with the frescoes in the Vatican Palace.

Raphael

  1. Raphael is best known for his Madonnas and for his large figure compositions in the Vatican in Rome.
  2. Raphael, Michelangelo, Caravaggio, Titian, Bernini, in Rome outstanding museums and galleries and in great settings at the Vatican.
  3. Some fine pictures of his exist still, but his early ones perished, and Raphael painted out his frescoes in the Vatican.

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