Paul Fouad Tabet

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Paul Fouad Tabet (November 28, 1929 – July 20, 2009) was a Roman Catholic archbishop and apostolic nuncio.[1]

Born in Lebanon, Tabet was ordained a Roman Catholic priest on December 22, 1956, for the Maronite Church.[2] On February 9, 1980, Pope John Paul II appointed Tabet Roman Catholic titular archbishop of Sinna. He was ordained bishop on March 30, 1980. Archbishop Tabet served as Permanent Observer of Holy See to the United Nations in Geneva, and later apostolic nuncio to Greece.[3]

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