A 3000th volume of Osservatore Romano's French language edition

Monday, October 01 2007
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The "most senior" of the Osservatore Romano's translations has just published its 3000th edition

Known as the ‘The voice of the Holy Father, and of the Church in the World' the Italian edition of the Osservatore Romano has been published weekly, without interruption since its foundation in 1861. The first French-language edition appeared in December 1949.

Since then, every week for over 58 years ,this journal has been a rich source of accurate and authentic documentation for its readership.

In Canada, subscriptions for the French-language edition of the Osservatore Romano are managed by the Publications Service of the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops

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Last Updated on Tuesday, October 02 2007