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November 1, 1950: The Dogmatic Definition of the Assumption

From the archives of British Pathé, a report on the dogmatic definition of the Assumption made by the Ven. Pope Pius XII on November 1 of the Jubilee year 1950. And here is a wonderful photo taken during the Mass of that day from inside the dome of St Peter’s Basilica.
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