First U.K. Ambassador to Vatican Since Reformation

December 2005
America;12/12/2005, Vol. 193 Issue 19, p7
The article reports on the appointment of Francis Campbell as British ambassador to the Vatican in 2005. He is the first Catholic ambassador of Great Britain to the Vatican since the Protestant Reformation. Campbell will take up his position in December.


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