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nun·ci·o

 (nŭn′sē-ō′, no͝on′-)
n. pl. nun·ci·os
A papal ambassador or representative.

[Italian, from Latin nūntius, messenger; see neu- in Indo-European roots.]

nuncio

(ˈnʌnʃɪˌəʊ; -sɪ-)
n, pl -cios
(Roman Catholic Church) RC Church a diplomatic representative of the Holy See, ranking above an internuncio and esp having ambassadorial status
[C16: via Italian from Latin nuntius messenger]

nun•ci•o

(ˈnʌn ʃiˌoʊ, -siˌoʊ, ˈnʊn-)

n., pl. -ci•os.
a permanent diplomatic representative of the pope at a foreign court or capital.
[1520–30; < Italian nuncio, nunzio < Latin nūntius messenger]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.nuncio - (Roman Catholic Church) a diplomatic representative of the Pope having ambassadorial status
Church of Rome, Roman Catholic Church, Roman Church, Western Church, Roman Catholic - the Christian Church based in the Vatican and presided over by a pope and an episcopal hierarchy
diplomat, diplomatist - an official engaged in international negotiations

nuncio

noun ambassador, representative, envoy, messenger, legate The papal nuncio is expected to arrive in Prague before the end of this month.
Translations
nuncij
nuntius

nuncio

[ˈnʌnʃɪəʊ] N (also papal nuncio) → nuncio m apostólico

nuncio

n (= Papal nuncio)Nuntius m
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But I don't know what to say, for I am ready to swear I left him shut up in the Casa del Nuncio at Toledo, and here another Don Quixote turns up, though a very different one from mine.
Joint session will be attended by Apostolic Nuncios from Austria and Bosnia and Herzegovina, Msgr.
The pending recommendation from the Council of Cardinals could mark a significant shift for the church and for the role of Vatican ambassadors, known as apostolic nuncios.
Ello creo tensiones, Desde la Fe fue la primera gran manifestacion, reprochandole al nuncio Christophe Pierre de haber mal informado al Papa, que no es el unico que le informa, hay dos grandes nuncios que conocen muy bien el pais, como son Giuseppe Bertello, brazo derecho en la renovacion de la Iglesia y Justo Mullor, tambien critico.
47-125); mas adelante se compara este periodo con la labor desarrollada por otros nuncios en diferentes paises europeos (pp.
Nuncios also serve as the official representative of the Holy See to the government of the country.
The articles collected in the second section on papal diplomacy are divided into those dealing with nuncios and legates, and those concerned with the papacy and France during the reign of Henri IV, although in fact these are largely concerned with some of the nuncios and legates discussed in the first group of articles.
Note that his chosen time frame of "the last 30 years" coincides neatly with the decline of baby boomer impregnability as a new cohort has been willing to ignore the nuncios and Kodak moments of the 68ers.
Los nuncios estamos algun tiempo en un lugar y luego nos mandan a otro.
Su relacion con los agustinos recoletos se debe al padre Gabino Sanchez, su comisario apostolico desde 1862 hasta su muerte en 1891, que gozo de la confianza de los nuncios que pasaron por Madrid: Simeoni, Cattani, Rampolla, Bianchi y Di Pietro.
Well before World War II, as reports from apostolic nuncios and episcopal conferences show, the Vatican was aware of the dangers inherent in Nazism.
Quiza, en vista de esta aparente inestabilidad de los nuncios es que Latapi le envia esta carta donde lo previene de la situacion real que se encontrara tan lejana al parecer a la de cierta retorica triunfalista catolica, aquella del Totus Tuus.