Pontifical Commission for the Cultural Patrimony of the Church
Commission pontificale pour les biens culturels de l'Eglise
Pontificia Commissio de Bonis Culturalibus Ecclesiae
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28 Jun 1988, by Pope John-Paul II, as Commission pontificale pour la conservation du patrimoine artistique et historique de l'Eglise -- Pontificia Commissione per la Conservazione del Patrimonio Artistico e Storico. Subsequently referred to as Pontifical Commission for the Cultural Heritage of the Church. Originally attached to E-XF0724 - Congregation for the Clergy, as an organism of the Holy See and within the F-XF8042 - Administrative Hierarchy of the Roman Catholic Church. Current title adopted when it was made independent by Papal 'Motu Proprio', 25 Mar 1993.
Care for and conserve the artistic and historic heritage created by the Catholic Church worldwide, in particular: (i) art - paintings, architecture, sculpture, museums of Christian art; (ii) Church archives; (iii) ecclesiastical libraries.
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