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The Dicastery for Communication (Salvian: Dicastero perla Olezione, @Iverican: Divisióne per Communicaciones) is a division of the Papal Curia with authority over all communication offices of the Catholic Church. These are the Popes' website and other offices such as Papal News on internet, the Papal Press Office, L'Tofou Tama, Papal Photograph Service, Catholic Radio, and the Papal Publishing House.

All news, announcements, and updates related to the Catholic Church, both Tacolic and Salvian, can be found here.

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Papal Decree on Ceris Crisis

 

His Holiness, Pope Gregory the XVII, Pontiff of the Holy Salvian Church, has pledged further aid to be delivered to the isle of Ceris to protect the Christians on the isle from Sentist assault and persecution.  

A force of 300 Papal Troops are to be deployed to the isle jointly with the 2nd Salvian Expeditionary Brigade to assist the nations of @Gallambria, @Seylos, and @Tagmatium Rules in maintaining peace and security on the island of Ceris.  A further 200 Papal Troops are to be deployed to protect the cathedral of the Diocese of Ceris, the Basilica de Norma, as well as to provide aid for any and all refugees seeking protection and solace from the crisis.  

Further funds are to be allocated to support humanitarian missions on the isle of Ceris.  We ask the Church community throughout the wurld prays for our brothers and sisters in Ceris.

 

Written on this day, the Third of May, Year of Our Lord 2020

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Magnissimum Comitium Cardinalicium Announces Partial Investigation Results

 

The Magnissimum Comitium Cardinalicium has concluded some of its investigations on the 35 cardinals that were disenfranchised for the papal election.  Of the thirty-five, nineteen cases have been concluded, with 13 being guilty of various degrees of corruption and conspiracy against the Church, operating within the bounds of the group originally uncovered as a result of investigations conducted in February 2019.  Those found guilty have been defrocked and, after receiving permission from the Saulius executive, have recieved corporal punishment and are now sentenced to 15 years in prison.

The 6 found innocent have had all privileges, duties, and positions restored, their names cleared of any misdeed.  All six, despite being wrongfully denied the right to vote in the papal election, have accepted the results.  

His Holiness Pope Gregory XVII is to announce further plans to combat corruption and conspiracy later today.

 

Written on this day, the Seventh of July, Year of Our Lord 2020

 

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