New Irish ambassador to the Holy See presents credentials to Pope

29 Nov, 2022 | News, Pope

On 28 November Ireland’s new ambassador to the Holy See, Her Excellency Frances Collins, presented her credential letters to Pope Francis in the Vatican.

Ambassador Collins was formally vice-director of the Disarmament and Non-Proliferation section of the Department of Foreign Affairs in Dublin.  Previously she had worked as vice-Head of Mission at the European Union delegation to South Sudan, as Second Secretary at Ireland’s embassy in Uganda, and as a desk officer for the Department of Foreign Affairs.

The new ambassador holds a bachelor’s degree in History, Politics and Social Studies, and an MA in European Integration, both from the University of Limerick.



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