Bishop of Rome love

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  • proper n. an honorific title of the Pope of the Roman Catholic Church

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Examples

  • This remains the law whether or not the Bishop of Rome has a formal coronation or wears the Triregnum or is carried about in the Sedia Gestatoria.

    The return of the Sedia Gestatoria?

  • As I mentioned in another post, neither Russian Orthodox nor Russian Christians in communion with the Bishop of Rome see the need for the consecration.

    You report: the advance of the TLM in the Diocese of San Bernardino, California

  • I am Orthodox; but in communion with the Bishop of Rome, just as are all Uniate Eastern Christians -- though Orthodox and some Eastern Catholics do not particularly like either qualification.

    You report: the advance of the TLM in the Diocese of San Bernardino, California

  • Which means the Bishop of Rome—the Pope—would have to personally decide whether to allow her to take Communion despite her public heresy.

    The Vatican rejects Caroline Kennedy.

  • Again while the truly faithful have no problem with this, the dissenters within and from without the Church including other Christian ecclesiastical communities argue that the Pope is merely a figurehead and that he is just the Bishop of Rome.

    Archive 2008-09-14

  • As the servant to all these servants, the next Bishop of Rome, whoever he is, will have to find enough room in his heart to embrace all factions, and somehow align those conflicting desires with the wishes of God.

    Prayers for New Life

  • In another paragraph the report goes even further: “We urge Anglicans and Roman Catholics to explore together how the ministry of the Bishop of Rome might be offered and received in order to assist our Communions to grow towards full, ecclesial communion.”

    Keeping hope alive

  • Today, however, some Anglicans are beginning to see the potential value of a ministry of universal primacy, which would be exercised by the Bishop of Rome, as a sign and focus of unity within a reunited Church.

    Keeping hope alive

  • Specifically, that we "explore together how the ministry of the Bishop of Rome might be offered and received in order to assist our Communions to grow towards full, ecclesial communion."

    trinityboy Diary Entry

  • A few months ago, the current Bishop of Rome and successor of St. Peter, Pope Benedict XVI, offered an interpretation of the Second Vatican Council that merits close attention.

    The role and spirit of Church councils

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