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Curia Romana

Curia Romana Official administrative body of the Roman Catholic Church. It is based in the Vatican and consists of a court of officials through which the pope governs the Church. It includes three groups – congregations, tribunals and curial offices – and is concerned with all aspects of the life of the Church and its members.

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Curia Romana

Curia Romana: see cardinal.

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