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Appointment of the apostolic nuncio in Sudan and Eritrea

The Holy Father has appointed the Most Reverend Luís Miguel Muñoz Cárdaba, nunciature counselor, as apostolic nuncio to Sudan and Eritrea, at the same time elevating him to the titular see of Nasai, with the dignity of archbishop.

Archbishop Luís Miguel Muñoz Cárdaba

Archbishop-elect Luís Miguel Muñoz Cárdaba was born in Vallelado, Spain, on 25 August 1965.

He was ordained a priest on June 28, 1992, and incardinated in Toledo, Spain.

He graduated in theology, canon law and jurisprudence.

He entered the diplomatic service of the Holy See on 1 April 2001 and subsequently worked in the pontifical representations in Greece, Mexico, Belgium, Italy, Australia, France, and Turkey.

He is fluent in Spanish, Italian, French and English.

Appointment of member of the Pontifical Committee for Social Sciences

The Holy Father has appointed as a member of the Pontifical Committee for Social Sciences the Reverend Fr. Marek Andrzej Inglot, S.J., Poland, dean of the Faculty of History and Cultural Heritage of the Church at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome.

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