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Msgr

abbreviation for
Monsignor

Msgr.

1. Monseigneur.
2. Monsignor.
Translations

Msgr

ABBR =MonsignorMons.
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17 at Sacred Heart Cemetery, in Du Quoin with Msgr. John Myler officiating.
The Syrian Ambassador to the Vatican briefed Msgr .Gallagher on Syria's victories in the field of combating terrorism and the challenges which have been facing the rehabilitation process.
In May 1995, Msgr Delaney began serving at All Hallows Seminary in Ireland while assisting seasonally at St Helen, Fort Lauderdale.
In the appeal addressed to the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka Msgr. Neville Joe Perera has given the following reasons not to terminate the Sri Lankan direct flight service to Rome:
We hope that this tower and shrine will be a photo cater, not a photo-bomber and people will stop here to pay respect and give their prayers to Black Nazarene without going to Quiapo, Msgr. Tugadi stated.Bishop Ramon Villena said the bells are symbol of unity, solidarity and generosity of everyone and he likewise appealed to Novo Vizcayanos to pray whenever they hear them ring.
Msgr Scarano was arrested in Rome after allegedly hatching a plot to bring up to [euro]40million into Italy for a family of shipbuilders in his hometown of Salerno in southern Italy.
Condolences have also been received from the Prefect of the Congregation for the Evangelization of the Peoples, Msgr. Fernando Filoni and the Secretary, Msgr.
Msgr Fallon said he has supported Villa for 50 years.
Written by the archivist emerita of the Catholic Diocese of Salt Lake City Bernice Maher Mooney and the vicar general of the Catholic Diocese of Salt Lake City Msgr. J.
the most violent part of Dante's Inferno," said Msgr. Marco Frisina of the Diocese of Rome.
During the course of his 47 years of ministry, Msgr. John J.
THE AUTHOR, A FRENCH HISTORIAN and political scientist, who spent two years teaching at the Catholic University in Bethlehem, writes on the life and teaching of the first Palestinian Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, Msgr. Michel Sabbah and on the native Christians of the Holy Land and Jordan who have been almost forgotten in the West.