Spoglio del Federico Tedeschini, 1914-1959.


Spoglio del Federico Tedeschini, 1914-1959.

Material in the buste reflects Tedeschini's ecclesiastical career. Some items pertain to the office of sostituto of the secretary of state, the apostolic nunciature for Spain, the Congregazione dei Seminari ed Universita degli Studi, the Riti, the Concilio, the Datary, the Congregazione per gli Affari Ecclesiastici Straordinari, the Rota, the Amministrazione dei Beni della S. Sede, the Segnatura, the revision of the Code of Canon Law, the basilicas of S. Pietro and S. Paolo, and various religious institutes including the Oeuvre de St. Paul Apostolat par la presse.

25 buste.


SNAC Resource ID: 6837979

Bentley Historical Library

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