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“A hundred years later the Eastern Emperor Flavius Phocas Augustus, his own realm crumbling, elevated Boniface III, the patriarch of Rome, to a position of primacy over the other major bishops of the Christian world—those in Antioch, Alexandria, and Constantinople—and bestowed on him the title Vicar of Christ, or Pope.”
“The title Vicar of God used for the pope by Nicholas III”
“See (Pope Gelasius, I, Ep. vi), but the title Vicar of Christ is more expressive of his supreme headship of the Church on earth, which he bears in virtue of the commission of Christ and with vicarial power derived from Him.”
“While he naps the local Vicar is directing workers digging outside St. Wyndham church to stabilize its foundation.”
“North Canara is under a vicar-general, and Belgaum, Poona, and the native State of Savantwadi etc., are under another called the Vicar-General of the Ghauts.”
“Secretary Cromwell, whom they call Vicar-General, has declared that the said transfer was without the law, and that I must hand over the said lands to the Abbey of Blossholme on or before Candlemas!”
“Vicar" -- that is, one who holds another's place and acts in his name.”
“I'm ordained in the Church of England so I get called "Vicar".”
“He wrote a short book called The Vicar of Nibbleswicke whose rights he auctioned in aid of the Dyslexia Institute.”
“He judged that the Vicar was the only one of the three men who might have tried to seek out the causes for action.”
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