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Français : Ouverture du synode par le pape Benoît XVI - 05 octobre 2008 Le pape est revêtu de la dalmatique et de la chasuble. Il est coiffé de la mitre précieuse et tient en main la férule.
Date 5 October 2008
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Author Mangouste35


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