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Pope's meetings with the “Council of Cardinals” begun

· On Tuesday morning, 1 October ·

This morning, Tuesday 1 October, in the Private Library of the Papal Apartments in the Vatican's Apostolic Palace, was Pope Francis' first meeting with the “Council of Cardinals”, which was created earlier this year on 13 April and confirmed by Chirograph dated 28 September.

As is known the “Council” is formed of eight cardinals, responsible for assisting the Bishop of Rome in the governance of the universal Church and of studying a project for revision of the Apostolic Constitution Pastor Bonus on the Roman Curia.

The meetings will continue through Thursday, 3 October.




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