Apostolic Nunciature to Turkey

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The Apostolic Nunciature to Turkey is an ecclesiastical office of the Catholic Church in Turkey. It is a diplomatic post of the Holy See, whose representative is called the Apostolic Nuncio with the rank of an ambassador.

Papal representation in the area that later became Turkey was initiated with the creation of the Apostolic Delegation to Constantinople in 1868, at a time when the Holy See had largely ceded the management of Church affairs in the region to the French Catholic Church. It was renamed the Apostolic Delegation to Turkey in 1930. In anticipation of the establishment of diplomatic relations, Pope John XXIII created the Apostolic Internunciature to Turkey on 29 February 1960.[1] Pope Paul VI raised it to the full status of Apostolic Nunciature on 30 August 1966.[2]

Representatives of the Holy See

Apostolic delegates to Constantinople
Apostolic delegates to Turkey
Apostolic delegate and internuncio to Turkey
  • Francesco Lardone (30 June 1959[13] - 1966)
    • He became Internuncio with the erection of the Apostolic Internunciature to Turkey on 29 February 1960.[1]
Apostolic pro-nuncios to Turkey
Apostolic nuncios to Turkey

See also

References

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