There is an intriguing sentence in Cassin's memoirs where he says that in the fall of 1948 he was aided on several occasions by the ‘discreet personal encouragements’ of the papal nuncio in Paris.
The canons of the thirteen collegiate churches of his diocese were idle, or quarrelsome, or ignorant, or drunken, or lecherous, or all of the above; in his struggles to reform them, he had to invoke the help of the papal nuncio .
Teresa had managed to keep her reform alive through the support of influential friends, but in 1577 she lost her strongest protector when the papal nuncio Odmaneto died.
The papal nuncio described the Tablet as ‘a living laboratory of the marvelous reality that is the prophetic mission of the laity in the Church.’
The Papal nuncio was granted diplomatic immunity in a High Court action seeking damages for clerical sex abuse, it has emerged.
The Vatican has not had diplomatic relations with China since 1951 when the communist government expelled its apostolic nuncio , or papal ambassador.
Though the award is at his discretion, John Paul II will come to his decision aided by the advice of Archbishop Pablo Puente, the Vatican's papal nuncio - or diplomatic envoy - to the United Kingdom, who is based in London.
It appears, although it is not certain, that the letter was sent only to McCarrick and the papal nuncio , Archbishop Gabriel Montalvo, who was, of course, present at the meeting.
The papal nuncio here, Archbishop Giuseppe Lazzarotto, is expected to consult with priests in the diocese regarding a successor.
As a result, the papal nuncio told a group of catechists that ‘The church is in danger because of the insane behavior of this archbishop.’