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  • noun Plural form of Pope.

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Examples

  • Well, let us first observe that you can scour the writings of all Popes from the beginning of the life of the Church to the current day and not find a single statement arguing that a wide diversity of music should be made available at liturgy according to the preferences of the people.

    The Main Objection to Sacred Music

  • To the extent that the integrists can open themselves to understand that their attitude toward the Council and the "V2 Popes" is problematic, I (and apparently Benedict) think they can make a valuable contribution to the project.

    A little snag with the SSPX reunion

  • Top Trumps card pack featuring Popes is available from www. papstquartett.com

    AKMA’s Random Thoughts

  • They also had a few boarders of the old aristocracy of France, who hate the Republic and still cling to their belief in Popes and Kings.

    Eighty Years and More: Reminiscences 1815-1897

  • Pope — [8] now one translation being enough for my purpose — I do not transcribe Cowper. can there be a more licentious paraphrase than Popes is of this passage?

    Letter 78

  • I had entered a contract to write a book on the economy, eventually called Popes and Bankers: A Cultural History of Credit and Debit from Aristotle to AIG, and I labored under the antique notion that once you sign a contract and accept an advance, you have a moral obligation to honor that contract.

    Deconstructing Obama

  • I had entered a contract to write a book on the economy, eventually called Popes and Bankers: A Cultural History of Credit and Debit from Aristotle to AIG, and I labored under the antique notion that once you sign a contract and accept an advance, you have a moral obligation to honor that contract.

    Deconstructing Obama

  • Thibaut maintains that the Prophecy of the Popes is a genuine prophecy.

    St. Malachy and Fr. René Thibaut

  • Thibaut maintains that the Prophecy of the Popes is a genuine prophecy.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Fawkes Day ritual, which in America is called Popes Day.

    The Shoemaker and the Tea Party: Memory & the American Revolution

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