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Veronica wrote:
Hi, guys —

He is from Italy and was the Master of Pontifical Liturgical Celebrations. The current Master of Pontifical Liturgical Celebrations is Monsignor Guido Marini.

He was always faithfully next to the Pope; he is his right-hand man who coordinated all papal functions.


  { Can you provide the contact information for Archbishop Piero Marini — the Pope's right-hand man? }

Mike replied:

Hi, Veronica —

Thanks for the question.

If any visitor is looking for information, e-mail addresses or postal addresses for cardinals, bishops and/or priests from various dioceses around the world, I would recommend using:

Archbishop Piero Marini's page can be located here:

I think Dave, (Mr. Cheney), has done a fine job in putting together contact information about the Church on a worldwide basis.


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