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Pope Francis Tells His Ambassadors Not To Criticize Him Behind His Back

Eurasia Review Friday, 14 June 2019
By Courtney

Pope Francis sent a message to apostolic nuncios Thursday informing his ambassadors that they have a responsibility as papal representatives not to criticize the pope or to join groups hostile to the Roman curia.

“It is therefore irreconcilable to be a pontifical representative criticizing the pope behind his...
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