urbi et orbi


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urbi et orbi

(ˈɜːbɪ ɛt ˈɔːbɪ)
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(Roman Catholic Church) RC Church to the city and the world: a phrase qualifying the solemn papal blessing
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Addressing a crowd from a balcony at St Peter's Square in Vatican City, the pope delivered his Urbi et Orbi Latin for"to the city and the world" benediction, which read like a litany of global conflicts and problems.
VATICAN, December 25, 2017 (WAFA) - Pope Francis called for peace for Jerusalem and for all the holy land in his traditional Christmas Urbi et Orbi speech, which in Latin means "To the city and world", in Saint Peter's Square, in Vatican city.
More than two decades of his Urbi et Orbi have allowed me to keep track of his kids growing up and now having kids of their own.
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Utilizan el ejemplo de la eleccion presidencial francesa para anunciar urbi et orbi el fin del sistema de partidos.
Albanian officials are not in a position to claim urbi et orbi that minority rights are respected throughout the Albanian territory, while at the same time they are violating them in practice, undermining the countrys EU accession path.
Eventually the day came when Benno felt moved to stand up in the restaurant and proclaim urbi et orbi, arms outstretched "
Peter's Basilica for his traditional, twice-yearly urbi et orbi ("to the city and the world") message.
Francis announced it after delivering his annual Urbi Et Orbi (To the city and the world) speech listing global hotspots and his prayers for an end to human suffering.
In his Urbi Et Orbi - to the city and the world - the Pope called for the "attention of the international community" to be directed at ending the atrocities around the world which reap numerous victims and cause immense suffering.
Cautious hope ran through Francis' Urbi et Orbi Easter message, which he delivered from the central balcony of St Peter's Square.
Ahora que la gran fama, el lanzamiento estelar, el urbi et orbi llego cuando al antropologo estadounidense Oscar Lewis se le ocurrio meterse a la vivienda del senor Santos Hernandez en la vecindad conocida como la Casa Blanca, para luego balconear su vida en su famoso libro Los hijos de Sanchez, publicado originalmente por el Fondo de Cultura Economica, despido al calce de su director general.