Diocese of the bishop of Rome is another name the Holy See?
The Diocese of the Bishop of Rome's other name is the Holy See.
He is the bishop of the diocese of Rome.
The pope is the Bishop of the Diocese of Rome.
The pope is the Bishop of the Diocese of Rome.
The word SEE in the title of the Pope as the "Holy See" means he is the successor of Saint Peter, is head of the Catholic Church, and also refers to the fact that he is the Bishop of Rome ('See' can be another name for bishopric/diocese).
Catholic Answer Our Blessed Lord, Jesus Christ, is head of the Church; His Vicar on earth is the Holy Father, the Pope in Rome. The head of each diocese, chosen by the Pope, and answerable only to him, is a Bishop. The Bishop is the ultimate head (saving Our Blessed Lord, Himself) in each diocese. The Holy Father, himself, can not remove a sitting Bishop from his diocese. The Bishop has various priests to assist… Read More
The pope is the bishop of the Diocese of Rome.
pontiff, bishop of Rome, Holy Father
Pontiff or Holy Father or Bishop of Rome or Vicar of Christ.
The pope is the bishop of the Diocese of Rome which includes the city of Rome, Vatican City and a number of smaller towns around the area of Rome.
In the Roman Catholic tradition the duty of the bishop is to be the pastor of the people in a geographical area called a diocese. This area consists of a number of parishes to which a priest is assigned to be the local pastor. The bishop has a responsibility in both directions: to the people in his area......and to the Vatican in Rome. In the Catholic Church a Diocesan Bishop confirms, ordains Priests, administers a… Read More
There are various names for Papacy, the most common is The Holy See, Diocese of Rome, The See of Rome, The Patriarchate of Rome, See of Peter and etc..
Bishop of Rome is another title for the pope, as is Holy Father. -- and -- Pontiff is another word for Pope
The Catholic Church is composed of individual dioceses, each of which is headed by Bishop. Each diocese is known as a particular Church, and each Bishop is responsible to God and is in care of his own diocese. Each bishop is appointed by the Holy Father in Rome, and is ultimately responsible to Jesus Christ and the Pope, as His Vicar. So there is no "leader of Catholicism in Australia" as such, only each individual… Read More
The Bishop of Rome became known as the pope or Holy Father.
Roman Catholic Answer The same as any other country, Jesus Christ, through His Vicar on earth, the Holy Father in Rome. The Holy Father has a nuncio in each country, but each diocese, under its bishop, is sovereign to itself, saving the Holy Father (the Pope). There are a number of dioceses in Scotland, each ruled autonomously by a bishop.
The Catholic Church is divided into smaller diocese run by a bishop. The Pope is the bishop of Rome and currently is Pope Benedict th 16th
Every bishop has a chair, called a cathedra, which was traditional symbol of his teaching and leadership role. The church where the bishops cathedra is located is called a cathedral, and is the 'mother-church' of the diocese which that bishop serves. The pope is the bishop of Rome, so his chair - his cathedra - is located in the cathedral of the diocese of Rome, the Archbasilica of St. John Lateran. This was also the… Read More
Legally and morally, there is no one world-wide Catholic Church. Every diocese in the world is known as a "particular church", and even the pope's authority in regard to a Bishop in his own diocese is remarkably limited. The Vatican, the home of the Pope is technically just the Church of Rome, the diocese of Rome. Ever diocese in the world, if they have investments, would have them on their own, and without respect to… Read More
a bishop is the leader of a diocese which may include all churches in a diocese an arch bishop is the same but if his diocese has a major city then he is called arch bishop . in simple terms a bishop is an executive in charge of a division of the church as is an archbishop. once a bishop is made a cardinal the change isunbeivable as his duties increase that often he is… Read More
. Catholic Answer He shouldn't and he doesn't. Any bishop of a diocese can issue indulgences for his diocese. The only difference with the Pope is that his jurisdiction extends over the entire world, not just Rome, of which he is the Bishop.
A cardinal in the Roman Catholic church is *usually* a bishop who has been appointed to the college of Cardinals, the group which elects a new pope. Some major sees (archdioceses) historically have a cardinal as their bishop. For instance, Bishop Gomez has just been appointed to the archdiocese of Los Angeles. He will assume leadership of the diocese when Cardinal Mahoney retires. As soon as he assumes leadership, he will automatically be know as… Read More
The Holy See is not the pope. The term refers to the episcopal jurisdiction of the Church in Rome, led by the Bishop of Rome who happens to be the pope.
There is no corporate "Catholic Church". Every single diocese in the world is headed by a Bishop and is a Catholic Church proper. The Bishop, at least in the United States, owns every piece of property, every Church, parish hall, rectory, school, etc. in his name as a corporate sole. As a full successor to the apostles, he has the completeness of Christ's priesthood and is ultimately responsible for everything in his diocese. So you… Read More
Your question reveals an ignorance of what "the Catholic Church" is. Each individual bishop rules a diocese, and each diocese is an autonomous Catholic Church. Even the Pope is just the Bishop of Rome. Thus each individual diocese contributes whatever its Bishop decides to use to support the individual Caritas in his diocese or his country, you would have to check with each individual diocese or archdiocese, of which there are 2,845 "particular" Churches, which… Read More
The process of "excardination" (leaving one dioces) is allowed only with the permission of his local bishop, with the understanding that he has an understanding with the bishop of a different diocese into which he wishes"incardinate" (become a member). Should a priest wish to leave the diocese in order to leave the priesthood, he may request laicization from Rome.
Catholic Answer Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catholic Church. It is never used by the Catholic Church. . The Catholic Church is organized under It's Head who is Jesus Christ. His vicar on earth is the Holy Father, the Pope in Rome. Under the Holy Father, the entire Church is divided territoritally into dioceses. Each diocese is headed by a Bishop who enjoys the… Read More
The term Holy See refers to the office of the Bishop of Rome - the pope. Every Episcopal is perceived to be holy. So the holy see also called the apostolic sea refers to the see of Rome.
Unless they a special papal appointment elsewhere such as in Rome, cardinals usually live in the diocese where they are the bishop or archbishop.
The 'pointy hat' is a bishop's mitre. It indicates that the pope is a bishop, the head of the Diocese of Rome.
It is the name given to the Holy Father, the Bishop of Rome,
The pope is also known as the Bishop of Rome.
The leader of the Catholic Church is Jesus Christ. His Vicar on earth is the Holy Father in Rome, currently Pope Francis. The state of Virginia is divided between the dioceses of Richmond and Diocese of Arlington. The Bishop of Arlington is the Most Reverend Paul S. Loverde, the Bishop of Richmond is the Most Reverend Francis X. DiLorenzo.
the bishop of rome :]
Catholic Answer The leader for a Catholic is Our Blessed Lord, Jesus Christ. His Vicar on earth is the Holy Father in Rome, in 2012, that is His Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI. The Bishop of whatever diocese a Catholic resides in carries the fullness of the priesthood for Our Blessed Lord, and is his representative for all the Catholics in his diocese. He is represented, locally in each parish, by his priests. So the… Read More
No, whilst all bishops are equal in their ordination as bishops, the power and authority of a bishop and his diocese usually depended on the population and importance of their town or city. For example, the larger Diocese of Rome was more important than the smaller Diocese of Tuscany or Florence. A bishop who resided in a capital city would usually be called the Archbishop or Metropolitan or Patriarch.
Roman Catholic Answer: There are somewhere in the neighborhood of 5,000 Bishops in the Catholic church, but the most famous of them all is, of course, the Bishop of Rome who name is Benedict XVI. To find a specific bishop you would have to search for his diocese, say if you live in New York, put "Diocese of New York" into google search and it should turn up the list of people at the head… Read More
another name for a pope is the bishop of rome:]
. Catholic Answer The Holy Father in Rome has authority over all bishops and priests in the world, but particularly, he is the Bishop of Rome.
The church of the popes is St. John Lateran in Rome. It is the cathedral of the diocese. Benedict is now retired and resides in the Vatican but no longer is the bishop of and church.
The Diocese of Rome is the pope's diocese.
Yes, priests have a promotional hierarchy just like most businesses do. Priests (both types, secular and diocesan) are typically granted these honors by the bishop of their region. The hierarchy is as follows, within a diocese: 1. Priest 2. Monsignor, also known as Vicar Generals. There are three ranks of Monsignor. Sometimes you'll see an auxiliary bishop be appointed who typically holds the highest of this rank. 3. Bishop, one per diocese or arch-diocese. The… Read More
There are thousands of dioceses all over the world, each with their own individual bishop, and some with auxiliary bishops. Who change as they grow older and die. Thus to get a reasonable answer you would have to specify a specific diocese and a year. For instance, the most famous bishop in the world is the bishop of Rome who is also Pope. In the year 2014, the Pope is Francis.
His Holiness the Pope is the Bishop of Rome.
The link below to the homepage of the Diocese of Rome lists the major members of the clergy of the Diocese of Rome along with emails of many of these. It is in Italian.
The pope is the Bishop of Rome.
The Bishop of Rome is also the pope.
Yes, the pope is the bishop of Rome.
The population of Diocese of Rome is 2,809,000.
The bishop of Rome is the pope. Currently pope Francis is the bishop of rome
Catholic Answer The successor to Saint Peter, and the Bishop of Rome, is the Vicar of Christ and the Holy Father, the Pope, who resides in the Vatican. As of April 2012, it has been Pope Benedict XVI since he was elected in 2005 after the death of Pope John Paul II.