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1. Monsignor Jaime Goncalves was also there.
2. But that can't be right, can it, Monsignor?
3. The Monsignor had fallen asleep over his chessboard.
4. The office door banged shut and the Monsignor groaned.
5. Roused, the Monsignor hiked the skirt of his voluminous cassock and lumbered up to the podium.
6. Monsignor Delgard sank to his knees, one hand still grasping the top of the lectern.
7. They got what they wanted. Monsignor was only too pleased to receive them.
8. The Monsignor tensed with the sound of flatware clanking and tinkling in the kitchen.
9. Moments later as the Monsignor began to pass out the diplomas, flashbulbs popped and a few home movie cameras whirred.
10. I am dying, the Monsignor thought, staring up at the dolorous face that stared back from the crucifix.
11. Then later every Friday I see the monsignor come into the hotel and go upstairs.
12. Rafael Acosta: The pampas are in Argentina, monsignor.
13. The Monsignor gave him a slow, expressionless nod.
14. Veronica Quinn, a grandniece of Monsignor Quinn, said family lore painted him as a beloved uncle and brother, but gave no hint of the origins of his vision of racial equality.
15. The Monsignor turned his gaze from the flames to meet the Colonel's.
16. Certainly the Monsignor made female converts with his burning eyes.
17. Monsignor Hugh OFlaherty, an Irish priest, was assigned to the Vatican under the pontificate of Pope Pius XII.
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18. Even freshly shaved, he had a coarse, swarthy look that embarrassed the Monsignor.
19. He lay with his arms under his head and stared at the ceiling as the Monsignor grunted and groaned.
20. At the beginning, the malais had wiped out whole villages. Monsignor had not compromised.
21. I had no religion for a start, though I had developed respect for the Church through knowing Monsignor.
22. The campaign to reassess Judas is being led by Monsignor Walter Brandmuller, who is head of the Pontifical Committee for Historical Science.
23. "Science must stick to its own field of competence," concurs Monsignor Richard K. Malone, a professor of moral theology at the Pope John XXIII National Seminary in Massachusetts.
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