Constantinian Order launches with patronage of The President of the Italian Republic and Pope John Paul II the first worldwide campaign for the Prevention and Treatment of Colon Cancer

Rome – March 2002. The First Meeting on the Prevention and Treatment of Colon Cancer was launched under the high patronage of The President of the Italian Republic, Carlo Azeglio Ciampi, the Sacred Military Constantinian Order and the United European Gastroenterology Federation. The campaign aims to support and encourage researchers, increase public awareness of the…

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Royal Visit to Birmingham

November 2001. The Cardinal Grand Prior of the Constantinian Order, His Eminence Mario Francesco, Cardinal Pompedda, accompanied by The Duke and Duchess of Calabria visited the Tyburn Shrine and Covent in Central London. Their Royal Highnesses also paid a courtesy call on the Lord Mayor (left) and Lady Mayoress of the City of Birmingham at…

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The Duke and Duchess of Calabria meet Mr Speaker

London – November 2001. The Duke and Duchess of Calabria called on the Rt Hon Michael Martin, MP, Speaker of the House of Commons, at Speaker’s House at the Palace of Westminster. Mr Martin has been an active and long-standing member of the All-Party Italian Group. Lord and Lady Belhaven and Stenton, Anthony Bailey and…

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Diplomatic Appointments

London – November 2001. The Duke and Duchess of Calabria were guests of honour at a luncheon held at the Italian Residence by the Ambassador of the Italian Republic to the Court of St James’s, His Excellency Signor Luigi Amaduzzi(left) and Signora Giovanna Amaduzzi. His Excellency was invested into the Sacred Military Constantinian Order in…

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Foreign Office Reception

London – November 2001. The Duke and Duchess of Calabria and many knights, dames and their guests attended a reception at the Lucarno State Rooms at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, courtesy of the British Foreign Secretary, the Rt Hon Jack Straw, MP. During the reception Their Royal Highnesses and delegation members met British Foreign…

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