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GiorgiaV 21 Oct 18
Replying to @ParvaVox
The story of Constantine II allows us to read between the lines of the official propaganda expressed by the biographies in the Liber Pontificalis: long pages in Stephen III's Life were dedicated to Constantine’s violent deposition, which probably didn't make consensus. 21/
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Mac Jan 4
I just paid you $50 on . I hope this helps you during tough times! Have a great day and please let others know about
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Daniel Carry 20 Aug 18
So the Cardinal who was supposed to be giving the homily (lecture) at the Dublin has had to cancel because he was Bishop of Pittsburgh & covered up the endemic rape of children by clergy. This visit is off to a great start
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ZenitEnglish 21 Sep 18
Zenit’s Deborah Castellano Lubov is again on the for ’s intense trip to of ,,.Stay tuned for the latest & for what’s happening on the ground
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GiorgiaV 21 Oct 18
Replying to @ParvaVox
And that’s how the little known story of an unfortunate Roman aristocrat who was made Pope unveils the backstage of most early elections. The main ingredients: competition between Roman families, shrewd political manoeuvring and skilled rewriting of history. 22/
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Dr. Bríd McGrath 3 May 19
Having taught chancery hand in , really enjoying Tom Smith’s paper on
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Accounting History SIG Sep 26
Railway systems and the ‘Universal Good of the State’: Technologies of government in the nineteenth-century Papal State
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Today In History Jul 6
Today in 1348: Clement VI issues a decree protecting who were accused of causing the Black Death.
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Leighton V_Williams 27 Mar 18
on can be traced to 1503. I investigate 500 years of betting on conclaves. Published in the Journal of Forecasting. Enjoy!
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Jane Brazzill 15 Nov 17
Can't wait for tonight's with the Queen and my fellow members. Will be raising a glass of Malbec 🍷 to our lovely for his nomination
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Slowa Kaled 17 Aug 18
apology for clerical abuse ‘needs to be more than sorry’ Archbishop Eamon Martin says he expects Francis to meet victims during visit
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. 24 Aug 18
Plea to to intervene in situation hand delivered to Nuncio, by to
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Ken Reilly Mar 24
A global pandemic will not stop the Army review 😁, here's Unit 19 Guard, figures by TAG, uniform a bit modern but I don't care 😂
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Anjill 🕊 3 Sep 19
Replying to @Adbb037 @FLOTUS and 10 others
I personally do not believe it’s Payseur. More towards of Bloodlines or . Or we could be talking as well? Keeping it all top of mind for more clues 😉
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Sister Lawna Jocqui 19 Jan 18
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Today In History 11 Feb 18
Today in 1929: The Treaty is signed between and the Holy See recognizing the Vatican City State as an independent state. The church was also given compensation over the loss of the States in 1870.
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Nnamdi Obasi 14 Feb 18
: Era of insurgency and terrorism gradually ending, as insurgents’ recruitment base is narrowing, and as army is sustaining operations, Pres tells envoy to , Most Rev Archbishop Antonio Guido
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Debbie Grimshaw 🐝 23 Nov 18
Can't wait for a catch up with my later this evening
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toc/tou Sep 28
cancellations are this century’s equivalent of a excommunication. Via FT
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