Does the pope say mass in the Vatican?
The pope says mass daily, usually in his private chapel.
The pope is the principal celebrant of the midnight mass on Christmas,
He celebrates Mass everyday. If he is not scheduled to say Mass at St. Peter's Basilica or St. John Lateran or at another church, he says Mass in his private chapel in the Vatican Papal Apartments.
Yes, the pope can say Mass wherever he pleases.
The Pope lives in the Vatican in Vatican City.
Pope John XXIII called for Vatican 2.
Pope John XXIII convened the Council and Pope Paul VI made the changes to the Mass.
There is only one pope in the Vatican and that would be Pope Francis as of 2014. Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI also resides in the Vatican but has no role in governing the Church.
The pope does not guard the Vatican. That responsibility falls on the Swiss Guard and the Vatican police. The pope, on the other hand, has the responsibility of guarding the Catholic faith.
The Pope appionts new bishops and cardinals, he creates dioceses, performs Mass and names Saints. He also represents the Catholic Church and the Vatican.
The Vatican in Rome is the heart of the catholic religion, that's why Rome is sometimes calles the Vatican City. The Pope lives in the vatican, who is you could say the 'head priest'.
Pope Paul VI closed Vatican II.
Vatican II was called by Pope John XXIII.
The pope is the leader of Vatican City. In 2014 that would be Pope Francis.
Who served as choirmaster at the Capella Giulia in the Vatican and composed the Mass for Pope Marcellus?
Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina
There is no elected president in the Vatican. There is a pope who is elected in a secret conclave by the cardinals. The Pope is the head of state of the Vatican.
The Vatican. Vatican City.
The Pope lives in the Vatican. In 2014 that would be Pope Francis.
The pope does not 'own' Vatican City. It belongs to the Catholic Church.
If you are present in the Vatican City during an address by the Pope, he will sometimes bless rosaries and other religious items you have with you. However, the Pope does not do a "mass-blessing" of rosaries to be sold in stores or online.
The Vatican, or 'Vatican City' was built as a safe stronghold for the Roman Catholic Pope to live. A portion of the Vatican has always been set aside to house the guards and soldiers of the Pope - these groups guard the Pope and others.
Pope Saint Telesphorus was the 8th pope.
There is only one pope in the Catholic Church who is located in Vatican City. Each country does not have a pope. Australia has no pope other than the pope in the Vatican.
It was Pope Paul VI.
Address it to, His Holiness, Pope <insert name>, The Vatican, Vatican City, Rome, Italy.
Consider yourself privileged. Many people visit the Vatican but few have seen the pope.
The Swiss Guard protects the pope. The Vatican has its own police force.
The Vatican has been the traditional home of the pope for many years, especially since it became an independent city-state in 1929.
His Holiness, Pope Paul VI closed the Second Vatican Council.
The current pope in 2014 is Pope Francis.
Pope Francis is the reigning pope in 2013.
No, the pope does not have a dog. Pets are not allowed in the Vatican, including the pope.
Pope Pius XII (1939-1958) was the second pope to reside in Vatican City after it was created as an independent country in 1929.
There is only one pope in the Vatican at any given time. As of 2015, Pope Francis is that pope and Pope Benedict XVI is retired and has the title of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI.
There is no death penalty in Vatican City, it being abolished in 1969 by Pope Paul VI after the Second Vatican Council
There is only one Vatican city in Europe so the pope can only live there.
The Vatican has no king. It has the pope as the head of state and currently (2014) that would be Pope Francis.
The pope, currently Pope Francis, is the head of the Vatican today - September 21 of 2015.
The pope lives and works in Vatican City.
Pope John XXIII
The Pope is currently Pope Francis. (2014)
Pope Paul VI
The pope lives in the Vatican...
A Pope is elected by an assembly of Cardinals in the Vatican
The Vatican Police guard the Vatican and the Swiss Guards guard the pope.
Roman Catholic Answer Not sure what you are asking here. The Mass is not usually divided into categories. Although there is a private Mass - a Mass said with no congregation versus a public Mass. There is now the Ordinary Form of the Mass, which is the Mass promulgated by Pope Paul VI following the 2nd Vatican Council; and the Extraordinary Form which is the Mass originally promulgated by Pope Pius V, and last revised… Read More
The pope is the absolute monarch of the Vatican.
About 900 people live in the Vatican including the pope.
The Pope is the head of state of the Vatican.