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The Apostolic Chancery ery) was a dicastery of the Roman Curia. The chief official was the Cardinal Chancellor of Holy Roman Church who was always Cardinal-Priest of San Lorenzo in Damaso.

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The Apostolic Chancery (Latin: Cancellaria Apostolica; also known as the Papal or Roman Chanc(ell)ery) was a dicastery of the Roman Curia. The chief official was the Cardinal Chancellor of Holy Roman Church who was always Cardinal-Priest of San Lorenzo in Damaso.

The principal function of the Chancellor when there position was created was to collect money to maintain the papal armies. Pope Pius VII reformed the office when Napoleon obviated the need for papal armies. In the early 20th century the office had the duties to collect money for missionary work. The office was abolished by the motu proprio Quo aptius of 27 February 1973 issued by Pope Paul VI. Its functions were transferred to the Secretariat of State.

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