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What Is the Papacy of the Catholic Church? - Catholicism - About.com
When used in the context of the Catholic Church, the papacy refers to the office of pope, the successor of St. Peter.
The Papacy of the Catholic Church - Catholicism - About.com
The papacy is the term for the office and the authority of the pope of Rome, the successor to Saint Peter and head of the universal Church.
Popes and the Papacy - Agnosticism / Atheism - About.com
Popes and the Papacy: History, Doctrines, News About Popes. Who or what is the pope? The title pope stems from the Greek word papas, which simply means  ...
Was Peter the First Pope? How the Papacy Originated
Catholics believe that the bishop of Rome inherits the mantle of Peter, apostle of Jesus Christ who was entrusted with the administration of his church after he ...
Roman Catholic Pope: History and Nature of the Papacy
Catholicism FAQ: learn about the history of the papacy from the earliest days of Christianity down through modern times for Catholics.
Roman Catholic Papacy 101 - Agnosticism / Atheism - About.com
Reviewed here are basic questions about how the papacy developed, whether popes are infallible, debates about who has been pope, and more.
Popes: Longest Pontificates - Roman Catholicism and the Papacy
Here is a list of the 13 longest pontificates in the history of the Roman Catholic Church. Each of these popes reigned over the Catholic Church for an unusually ...
The Popes At Avignon: Babylonian Captivity of the Papacy - History ...
Today the papacy is intimately associated with Rome. The pope does, after all, claim to derive his authority from being the direct successor of the apostle Peter, ...
The Papacy in the Middle Ages - Medieval History - About.com
The Avignon Papacy was the period in the 14th century when the popes lived in and operated out of Avignon, France, instead of their traditional home in Rome.
Popes: Shortest Pontificates - Roman Catholicism and the Papacy
Here is a list of the shortest pontificates in the history of the Roman Catholic Church. The links will take you to biographies of these popes - but short biographies.
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