Your local library might have a book on this if not check with a priest. There are many things that a pope does and has influences on. None. He is simply an elderly gentleman who wears interesting clothing and a large hat. It is a made up position that doesnt mean anything. Human beings have this strange urge to put people or objects up on a pedestal and look up and worship them. I think God put it in us, this urge. We do it with everything. Our own president is supposed to be our civil SERVANT, he is supposed to serve our will. But no, we all look up at him and treat him as extremely important and we click on our TV's and hang on every word he says. Dont like the president example? How about actors? They live in their own little secluded area and people pay money just to find out who they are dating and people join fan clubs and know every little detail about the celebrity they are worshipping like what color M&M's they like, their favorite kind of soap, and little nuances of lives that no person should know about another person. Not a lot has changed. People just moved from worshipping golden calves and Easter island heads to worshipping Leanardo Decaprio (sp?) and Brittany Spears. Its God, people, and not anyone else. None, The Pope just sits there as a role model for Christians and Catholics. Christians and Catholics from all over the world think that this man is God's servant. I think that the Pope is only there because people feel safer if they have someone that is meant to be a servant from God. I think people aren't willing to give up such a big part of Christian history even if it may not be true.
There was no pope "during the time of Jesus." The title was not first used until about 200 years later.
The Vatican serves as the head of the Catholic Church and the home of the Pope. It is an independent state that is ruled by the Pope, which gives limited secular rule to the Pope, whose main role is as a spiritual leader.
To show that Boniface should be in Hell too APEX
No, there is no pope during a conclave. The purpose of a conclave is to elect a new pope because the position is vacant. However, the cardinal electors who are in the conclave do eat while there.
For the New York Yankees to play baseball in. It has also hosted the Pope and concerts.
To express emotions and feelings, to emphasize emotions and to entertain?
The purpose was to win back the Holy Land from the Muslims.
It could be an encyclical or a motu proprio depending upon the purpose.
It may be a motu proprio or an encyclical, depending upon the purpose.
The pope does not wear a yamaka, he wears a white zucchetto. A Zucchetto is a small round skullcape worn by all prelates in the Catholic Church; white for the pope, red for cardinals, purpose for bishops, and black for abbots. Other priests may also wear a black zucchetto.
Pope Paul III called the council of Trent from 1545-1563 in order to reform and, in many cases, reassert Catholic doctrines.
Alexander Pope was a poet and not a pope.
If you mean Pope Benedict XVI, Pope Francis followed him as pope.
French Popes:Pope Benedict XIIPope Callixtus IIPope Clement IVPope Clement VPope Clement VIPope Gregory XIPope Innocent VPope Innocent VIPope John XXIIPope Martin IVPope Nicholas IIPope Stephen IXPope Sylvester IIPope Urban IIPope Urban IVPope Urban V
There is no pope named Pope XXIII. If you are referring to Pope John XXIII, he became pope in 1958.
I think he didn't want singers to get to fancy with individual variations and distract from the purpose of the mass.
The pope in 2008 was Pope Benedict XVI.
The current pope is Pope Benedict XVI.
All the popes listed below had the given name of Giovanni, In some cases it was a second or third name. Pope John I Pope John VIII Pope John IX Pope John X Pope John XI Pope John XVIII Pope Gelasius II Pope Nicholas III Pope Innocent VIII Pope Leo X Pope Julius III Pope Paul IV Pope Pius IV Pope Urban VII Pope Innocent IX Pope Innocent X Pope Clement XI Pope Clement XIV Pope Pius VI Pope Pius IX Pope Benedict XV Pope Pius XII Pope Paul VI
12 popes have taken the name "Pius". Some of them were also canonized as saints. Pope Pius I, saint, Pope 140/142 to 155 Pope Pius II, Pope 1458 to 1474 Pope Pius III, Pope in 1503 Pope Pius IV, Pope 1559 to 1565 Pope Pius V, saint, Pope 1566 to 1572 Pope Pius VI, Pope 1775 to 1799 Pope Pius VII, Pope 1800 to 1823 Pope Pius VIII, Pope 1829 to 1830 Pope Pius IX, Pope 1846 to 1878 Pope Pius X, saint, Pope 1903 to 1914 Pope Pius XI, Pope 1922 to 1939 Pope Pius XII, Pope 1939 to 1958
pope julius the 2nd,pope leo,and pope clement
Prior to Pope Francis, the pope was Pope Benedict XVI
No, Pope Saint Peter was the first pope.
Pope Francis is pope number 266.