Gloriosae Dominae

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Coat of Arms of Pope Benedict XIV

Gloriosae Dominae is an Apostolic Letter by Pope Benedict XIV issued on September 27, 1748.

In this Apostolic Letter Pope Benedict XIV called the Blessed Virgin Mary "Queen of heaven and earth," stated that the sovereign King has in some way communicated to her his ruling power.[1][2]

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  1. ^ Vatican website [1]
  2. ^ University of Dayton [2]