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Pope appoints 1st African master of ceremonies

September 02, 2009

Pope Benedict XVI has named a Congolese priest as an assistant master of ceremonies for pontifical liturgies. Father Jean-Pierre Kwambamba Masi, who has been working on the staff of the Congregation for Divine Worship, will be the first African priest to serve regularly beside the Pontiff in liturgical ceremonies. He will assist Msgr. Guido Marini, the master of papal ceremonies.


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