consulta

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consulta

(kɒnˈsuːltɑː)
n
an official meeting or consultation
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Catholics who have accused top members of the Roman Curia of making overtures to China's communist government without the knowledge of Pope Francis are "fostering confusion and controversy," said the director of the Vatican press office.
Covering the Americas, Africa, the Islamic world, Asia, and the structures, they discuss such aspects as the Andes, Catholic missions and local rulers in sub-Saharan Africa, ambiguous belongings: how Catholic missionaries in Persia and the Roman Curia dealt with communicatio in sacris, the Christian missions in Japan during the early modern period, and finances of the missions.
The irony was that Pope Francis was once again on a 'cleaning' spree at the 'Christmas Greetings' for the Roman Curia on 21 December 2017 and those in the audience were some of the most powerful men of the Church today
For the third year in a row, Francis' nearly 45-minute holiday address to the Roman Curia, which refers to the Vatican's administration, revolved primarily around his campaign to reform and reorganize the bureaucracy of the Catholic Church, especially to combat corruption.
The Roman Curia is indeed more criticized than understood.
NNA - Speaker of the House, Nabih Berri, on Tuesday met at Ain-el-Tineh with papal envoy, Prefect of the Apostolic Signatura in the Roman Curia, Dominique Mamberti, and Papal Ambassador, Gabriele Caccia.
It was the sixth appointment for Cardinal Tagle in the Roman Curia.
The Administration of the Patrimony of the Apostolic See serves to administer the properties owned by the Holy See to provide the funds necessary for the Roman Curia to function, which governs Rome s curia.
Francis was elected with a mandate to reform the Roman Curia, as the Holy See administration is known, to make it more responsive to the needs of the 21st-century Catholic Church.
The Council of Cardinals met in Rome the first week of December 2013 to discuss reforming the Roman Curia (CI May 2013, p.
It will be a new configuration on important points," he said, referring to reform of the Roman Curia that would increase powers of local churches.
Japanese travellers in sixteenth-century Europe; a dialogue concerning the mission of the Japanese ambassadors to the Roman Curia (1590).