Synonyms for achille_silvestrini or Related words with achille_silvestrini

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Examples of "achille_silvestrini"
Achille Silvestrini, Cardinal Prefect of the Congregation for the Oriental Churches, visited the Malankara Catholic Church on 11, 12, 13 February 1996.
Achille Silvestrini (born 25 October 1923, Brisighella, Italy) was one of the most prominent Vatican diplomats during the long reign of John Paul II. He was Cardinal Prefect of the Congregation for the Oriental Churches between 1991 and 2000.
Giovanni Cheli (4 October 1918 – 8 February 2013) was a cardinal of the Catholic Church and was, along with Achille Silvestrini and Pio Laghi, one of the most prominent Vatican diplomats under Pope John Paul II.
From 1968 to 1991 he served in the Roman Curia in the Apostolic Signatura, then from 1992 to 1994 in the secretariat for the Congregation for the Oriental Churches, where he met the Cardinal Achille Silvestrini and became his secretary.
The main characters in the book are given pseudonyms from Margaret Mitchell's "Gone with the Wind" (1936). However, some of them have been identified, among them Cardinal Achille Silvestrini, Martinelli's former supervisor.
From 1978 to 1994 he taught at the seminary of Bergamo. From 1994 to 2009 he was an official at the Congregation for the Oriental Churches. On June 19, 2009, he became the under-secretary of the congregation, becoming the private secretary of the three prefects, cardinals Achille Silvestrini, Ignace Moussa I Daoud and Leonardo Sandri.
On 5 August 1988, Bačkis was appointed Pro-Nuncio to the Netherlands and Titular Archbishop of "Meta" by Pope John Paul II. He received his episcopal consecration on the following 4 October from Pope John Paul himself, with Cardinal Achille Silvestrini and Bishop Juozas Preikšas serving as co-consecrators, in St. Peter's Basilica. Bačkis was later named Archbishop of Vilnius on 24 December 1991.
On June 8, 1985, Rigali was appointed President of the Pontifical Ecclesiastical Academy and Titular Archbishop of Volsinium by Pope John Paul II. He received his episcopal consecration on the following September 14 from Pope John Paul, with Archbishops Eduardo Martínez Somalo and Achille Silvestrini as co-consecrators, in the cathedral of Albano. He selected as his episcopal motto: "Verbum Caro Factum Est", meaning, "The Word Became Flesh" (). He became a member of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre on October 13, 1986.
consecration on the following 19 June from Cardinal Agostino Casaroli, with Archbishops Achille Silvestrini and Duraisamy Simon Lourdusamy serving as co-consecrators, at St. Peter's Basilica. He selected as his episcopal motto: ""Servus"" (Latin: "Servant"). Dias was later named Apostolic Nuncio to Korea on 20 June 1987, and Apostolic Nuncio to Albania on 28 October 1991. In Albania, he was charged with rebuilding the local church after nearly five decades of communist rule, inviting foreign missionaries to the country and working with the Albanian government to recover Catholic churches and schools.
From 1971 till the end of 1973 his diplomatic career brought him first to Yaoundé, Cameroon, then, from 1974 to 1976 he was in London, United Kingdom. From July 1976 he was back in Rome, assigned to the Section for General Affairs of the Holy See Secretariat of State where he worked with Monsignor Agostino Casaroli, until being transferred, in April 1978, to the Section for the Relations with States under the guide of Msgr. Achille Silvestrini. At the end of the 1984 he was assigned to the Apostolic Nunciature in Belgrade, at that time still the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, where he worked until the summer of 1987 before being transferred to the Nunicature to the United States in Washington, D.C., USA.