Arabic makes a debut as a language of the Vatican
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Arabic makes a debut as a language of the Vatican

Vatican City : Vatican City | Oct 10, 2012 at 5:58 AM PDT
Source: Jerusalem Post
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As part of a Vatican attempt to reach out to Christians, Muslims in Middle East, Pope Benedict adds Arabic as an official language. Arabic made its debut as one of the official languages at Pope Benedict's weekly general audiences on Wednesday as part of a Vatican attempt to reach out more to... FULL ARTICLE AT Jerusalem Post
 
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