[ US /ˈvætɪkən/ ]
  1. the residence of the Catholic Pope in the Vatican City
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  • Vatican a magnificent porphyry labrum found in one of the imperial baths; and Baccius, a great modern authority on baths, speaks of labra made of glass. Museum of Antiquity A Description of Ancient Life
  • A private viewing was held at the apostolic palace in the Vatican.
  • Roy Bourgeois made the front page of this past Saturday's New York Times, and I was glad for the good news at hand: 157 priests signed a statement in support of Father Roy Bourgeois, whom the Vatican has begun to defrock. Michele Somerville: A Frock Does Not A Priest Make
  • More biblical exegesis is needed to sustain and to further the position of Vatican II.
  • That's like sending an Episcopalian to oversee the Vatican for 20 years.
  • To many people, John XXIII was the Kennedy pope, and Vatican II was his Camelot a glorious, Roman Catholic version of the New Deal and the New Frontier that would move Catholicism from the medieval past into a rosy future of social equality, in which mass would be celebrated in the vernacular, nuns' habits would be modernized, and the popemobile would replace the traditional gestatorial chair as a form of papal transportation. Philocrites: May 2005 Archives
  • Ildefonso Schuster, son of a stalwart Swiss-German officer in the Vatican's famed Swiss Guard, is accounted an Italian Cardinal because he was born in Rome. Time Magazine on the Elevation of Ildefonso Schuster
  • The Vatican named Father Mode as "postulator," or promoter of the cause, and a tribunal was established to interview witnesses to Father Capodanno's life. A Chaplain's Chaplain
  • The number of Catholics worldwide has exceeded one billion for the first time, according to figures released by the Vatican.
  • In an article dedicated to several "finds" in the "Secret heart of the Vatican" Nel cuore segreto del Vaticano, Panorama, n. 3/2009, p. 130-134, the newsweekly's reporters found the damning evidence that... Archive 2009-01-01
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