Canonization Mass in St Peter's Square

  • Código: 2425931
  • Fecha: 15/10/2019
  • Pie de Foto: Vatican City, October 13, 2019. Pope Francis talks to Vatican security chief, Domenico Giani as they leave Saint Peter Square at the end of the canonization Mass in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican. Pope Francis on Sunday canonized Cardinal John Henry Newman, the 19th-century Anglican convert who became an immensely influential, unifying figure in both the Anglican and Catholic churches. Francis presided over Mass on Sunday in a packed St. Peter's Square to declare Newman and four women saints. On October 14, 2019, Domenico Giani, head of the Vatican police, resigned nearly two weeks after an internal security notice was leaked to the Italian press. The internal Vatican police notice about the “cautionary suspension” of five individuals after a raid Oct. 1 on offices in the Secretariat of State and the Vatican Financial Intelligence Authority. The suspension order, which was signed by Giani, featured photos of one woman and four men, including Msgr. Mauro Carlino, head of information and documentation at the Vatican Secretariat of State, and Tomasso Di Ruzza, director of the Financial Intelligence Authority.(Antonello Nusca/Contacto)
    (Foto de ARCHIVO)
  • Lugar: Vatican City
  • Tamaño: 5828 x 3886 (4,75MB)
  • Firma: CONTACTO Only For Use In Spain
  • Fotos del Tema: 5
Para descargar esta foto, entre como abonado o contáctenos al teléfono: +34 91.350.08.10