Pontificia Academia Mariana Internationalis (PAMI)
Académie pontificale mariale internationale
Pontificia Accademia Mariana Internazionale
Pontifical Marian International Academy
1946 Rome Italy
1946, Rome (Italy). Pontifical status conferred by John XXIII, 8 Dec 1959. Statutes definitively approved by Paul VI, 6 Jul 1964. Renewed by Pope John-Paul II, 12 Jan 1997.
Foster both speculative and historo-critical scientific studies concerning the Blessed Virgin Mary; promote publication of Mariological historical and devotional collections.
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Under the authority of the Holy See and the E-XE3800 - Pontifical Council for Culture. Directed by Council, consisting of President, Secretary, Treasurer and a least 6 other members.
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