This necessitated a six-week visit by the Apostolic Delegate
, Archbishop P.F.
Peter Sartain, the apostolic delegate
, about the April 18 Vatican order that the women's group revise its statutes and programs.
A letter to the bishop from the office of the Apostolic Delegate
in Ottawa stated that the presence of a bishop at a conference on married priests "would be a great source of possible scandal and confusion to the faithful."
In 1998, Pope John Paul n named him nuncio to Israel and Cyprus and apostolic delegate
in Jerusalem and Palestine.
Apparently concerned that Vatican II's return to collegiality weakened the exaggerated papal centrality of Vatican I, Weigel views Dearden and Hallinan as the architects, with Bernardin the subcontractor, of a structure ratified by the apostolic delegate
, Belgian Archbishop Jean Jadot, of a collaterally descending network of lodge brother bishops to water down traditional Catholicism with draughts of left-wing liberalism.
Foy, through the Apostolic Delegate
and Archbishop Pocock of Toronto, expressing his personal thanks and that of the Holy Father for a critique severely criticizing the Winnipeg Statement.
He had been apostolic delegate
to the United States from 1973 to 1980, and at the direction of Pope Paul VI, he transformed the U.S.
"For your information, I am enclosing a letter from the Apostolic Delegate
to the President of this Episcopal Conference, dated October 21, 1968, indicating that His Holiness Pope Paul VI had with satisfaction taken cognizance of the 1967 statement on Humanae vitae by the bishops of Canada."
Repeatedly, Benedict stressed his 'great esteem' for Muslims and, in particular, his respect for Turks, often invoking the memory of Pope John XXIII, who served as apostolic delegate
in Turkey from 1933 to 1945 and is remembered fondly here."
It says, after quoting paragraph 26 of The Winnipeg Statement, "After Paul VI received a copy of the Canadian Statement the apostolic delegate
to Canada, Archbishop Clarizio, informed the bishops that the Pope was quite satisfied with their interpretation and that he (Clarizio) appreciated the bishops' explaining `such an important document with due fidelity and respect to the Pope."' This statement is untrue because it is a fabrication.
Zacchi, like, later, Archbishop Jean Jadot, apostolic delegate
in the United States, was denied the red hat when promoted to a cardinalate position.