Curia Romana

[roh-mey-nuh, -mah-]
noun Roman Catholic Church.
  1. the body of congregations, offices, permanent commissions, etc., that assist the pope in the government and administration of the church.

Origin of Curia Romana

< Medieval Latin, Latin: literally, (the) Roman curia
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