Vatican spokesman Father Federico Lombardi said after the decision, "What is important are diplomatic relations between the Holy See and the States, and these are not at issue with regard to Ireland," according to a statement published by the Vatican Information Service.
What does VIS stand for?
VIS stands for Vatican Information Service (Catholic news)
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We have 144 other meanings of VIS in our Acronym Attic
- Validation of IASI (Infrared Atmospheric Sounding Interferometer) Radiative Transfer Experiments and Modelling (UK)
- Visible and Infrared Thermal Imaging Spectrometer
- Virtual Test Track Experiment (Ford Motor Company)
- Virtual Home UMTS on Satellite
- Very Important Resource Under Siege (slang)
- Vital Information Resources Under Siege (slang)
- Victorian Immigrant and Refugee Women’s Coalition (Australia)
- IEEE Visualization Conferences
- Lowest Selectable Airspeed
- Vaccine Information Statement
- Vehicle Inspection Service
- Vehicle Inspection Standards
- Vehicular Information System
- Vehicular Intercom System
- Verein der Informatikstudierenden an der eth Zürich (Swiss)
- Verification Information System (immigration)
- Vertical Incidence Sounder
- Vessel Identification System
- Vibration Isolation System
- Victim Impact Statement (criminal justice system)
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In a news release from Vatican Information Service, the foundation said it had chosen to honor Saca for his role in advancing the 1992 peace accords that ended El Salvador's 12-year civil war (1980-92), for his accomplishments in the areas of judicial and fiscal reform, and for addressing juvenile delinquency and poverty in El Salvador.
Compounding the uproar, which was international news for several days, the Vatican information service then changed the words back days later.
8) (1) Vatican Information Services, "Pope replies to questions from journalists," March 17, 2009.
Proposition 46, on politicians who dissent from Church teaching, was summarized by the Vatican Information Service as follows: "Catholic politicians and lawmakers must feel their consciences particularly aroused .
In July, the Vatican information service Fides issued a report on the fate of Hong Kong's Catholics after the July 1 reunification with Beijing that Hong Kong's Catholic coadjutor bishop, Joseph Zeng, labeled "alarmist.
8) Vatican Information Service, "Archbishop Lajolo: The Church Does Not Impose Civil Laws," April 21, 2006.