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Marijayne wrote:

Hi,  guys!

I want to have my CCD (religious education) class write letters of condolences for the Pope,
John Paul II.

  • Who should these be addressed to?
  • Where should they be sent?

Thanks!

Marijayne

  { Who and where should these letters of condolences from my CCD class be sent for the Pope? }

and in a similar question:

Mrs. Knutzen wrote:

Hi, guys —

I would like to send a condolence card to the Vatican.

  • Who would I address the card to?

There is a cardinal who is in charge now, but I don't know his name.

Maybe I could address it to him. I also speak Spanish, so maybe it would be more appropriate
if the card was sent in Spanish.

I look forward to your response.

Sincerely,

Mrs. Knutzen

  { To whom do I send condolences for the Holy Father and where should they be sent? }

Fr. Nick replied:

Hi, Marijayne and Mrs. Knutzen —

Correspondences can be sent to:

Archbishop Pietro Sambi
Apostolic Nuncio
The Apostolic Nunciature
3339 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20008

Fr. Nick

Side note: If you wish to send them directly to the Vatican, check out Mike's
"Where do I write?" page.

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