The Pope the Vatican and the Holy See

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Q alluded to Holy See & Giulio Occhionero questioned why Kieram Ramsey wouldn’t testify in the Italian Eye Pyramid court case.

Maybe he should testify in the US

Everything is connected

I would like to recognize two members of our Embassy Vatican team – Legal Attaché, Kieran Ramsey, and Assistant Legal Attaché, Liz Rosato. Thank you for all of your hard work and support.

The FBI’s motto is “Fidelity, Bravery, Integrity.” I cannot imagine a more fitting description of what you do in the service of our nation.

Every day, FBI special agents and professional staff courageously confront the most dangerous threats America faces, keeping her citizens, at home and abroad, safe and secure.

When the FBI was created in 1908, every employee worked out of a single building in Washington, D.C. Today, field offices are located throughout our nation and in countries around the world.

In this room alone, we have special agents and professional staff who serve at posts across Europe and Eurasia – and others who serve in Washington, D.C.

The FBI currently has 64 legal attaché offices in key cities around the globe – covering more than 200 countries, territories, and islands.

The profound importance of the FBI in confronting the challenges of the 21st century cannot be overstated. From human trafficking, to hostage recovery to international terrorism – the threats America faces are as complex and perilous as ever in our nation’s history.

Here in Rome, the FBI works closely with the Vatican, sharing information regarding religious officials being held in conflict areas around the world.

Catholic shelters, for instance, play a crucial role in survivor care and recovery.

Recently, I had the privilege of meeting with survivors from Nigeria, the Ivory Coast, and Romania, during a visit to Casa Rut in Caserta, Italy. Hundreds of migrant women and human trafficking survivors have found refuge and support at this Catholic shelter. I am grateful to Liz Rosato for accompanying me on this important visit.

By U.S. Embassy Holy See | 13 March, 2018 | Topics: Ambassador, News…/

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The Textus Recptus is really worth researching.

Textus Receptus Bibles

Tyndale Bible1534

Coverdale Bible 1534

Matthew’s Bible1537

The Great Bible1539

Geneva Bible1560

Bishops Bible1568

King James Bible 1611

King James Bible 1769

Webster’s Bible1833

Young’s Literal Translation1862

Julia E. Smith1876

J.P. Green’s Literal Translation1993

Revised Young’s Literal Translation2000

King James Bible 2016 (not NKJV)

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