Who helps the pope administer the worldwide church?
The bishops and archbishops and cardinals.
The Curia helps administer the day to day running of the Church.
The bishops, priests as well as lay people help minister to the Church worldwide.
As of March 2013 the pope of the worldwide Catholic Church is Pope Francis.
I wouldn't say responsible for, but the Pope is head of a worldwide Catholic church consisting of around 1.2 billion members.
The Church is constructed with a hierarchy. The hierarchy is put in place to assist the pope in transmitting the Faith and the sacraments as well as Church law, proclamations and declarations and any directives from the Holy See. Foremost in this chain are the bishops who are in charge of individual regions called dioceses. The bishops are further aided and supported by the priests, who service the parishes where the faithful gather to pray.
The Pope is the Bishop of Rome, thus the worldwide leader of the Catholic church.
The pope is a priest and bishop and. as such, can administer all 7 sacraments.
The Pope is the leader of the worldwide Catholic Church (that is, the Latin Rite and the Eastern Catholic Churches in full communion with the Roman Pontiff). Catholics recognize the Pope as a successor to Saint Peter, whom, according to the Bible, Jesus named as the "shepherd" and "rock" of the Church.
The only requirement is that you must be a male Catholic. However, it also helps to be a cardinal. The Church has not had a non-cardinal as pope in many centuries.
The worldwide headquarters of the Catholic Church is the Vatican in Rome and is headed by the Pope. The 'headquarters' are in the Vatican city. This is inside Rome but it has its own government so it is not actually part of Rome.
The current pope is Jorge Mario Bergoglio. He took the name Pope Francis I. Pope Francis was 76 years old when he was elected to the head of the church on March 13, 2013. He was the archbishop of Buenos Aires, Argentina before stepping down because of his age. Pope Francis is the first non-European Pope of the modern era, and the first South American Pope ever. He is also the third straight non-Italian Pope… Read More
The Pope occupies collectively-held property owned by the Church. Catholic Answer No, the Popes, medieval or otherwise, have always lived in the Vatican, which is Church property; actually, its own nation. The popes do not own anything, and only administer the Vatican properties in trust for the Church.
The pope is the head of the Catholic Church. There is only one Catholic Church and it is not a sect. To be a Catholic Church, a church must be in union with the pope. If they are not in union with the pope, they are not Catholic.
The Catholic Church is worldwide, each "particular" Church is centered on a Bishop, who is the head of a diocese, and there is a parish staffed with a priest in every town of respectable size with enough Catholics to support a church. The Church is centered in Vatican City around the Pope who is the Vicar of Christ on earth.
The current (2014) pope, elected in 2013 is Pope Francis.
The church of the Pope as bishop of Rome is the Basilica of Saint John Lateran in Rome. The church of the Pope as Pope is Saint Peter's Basilica in the Vatican.
All the bishops, especially the cardinals, help in major decision making. For day-to-day running of the Vatican he as the help of the Papal Secretary of State and Camarlengo who help. Ultimately, however, the pope makes the final decision. The Curia helps the Holy Father, but the Holy Spirit runs the Church.
The Catholic Church has the pope as its leader.
The Pope is the official head of the Roman Catholic Church, so that is "his" church.
The pope is the spiritual leader of the Catholic Church.
Pope Francis is currently the pope and the supreme leader of the Catholic Church.
Pope Francis is the 266th pope of the Catholic Church.
The Pope is the Vicar of Christ on earth, and the visible head of His Church, the Catholic Church.
no, the pope is the head of the catholic church, his equivilent would be the queen (or king) of englad Anglican Catholic Answer! The Head of the Catholic Church is Christ, Our Lord, and His Vicar is the Holy Ghost! The Catholic Church is the Body of Christ and its masters here on earth are the College of Bishops who administer the Church through the Church Synods as they were taught by the Apostolic Synod… Read More
The pope lives in the Papal Apartments in the Vatican not in a church.
Catholic Church. Pope has written: 'The Church' -- subject(s): Papal documents, Church
The current leader of the Universal Church is Pope Francis. He is the pope for the entire Church and not just Italy.
The Catholic Church has a pope as well as the Coptic Orthodox Church.
The official church of the Pope is St. John Lateran in Rome.
No. The Orthodox Church has Patriarchs but these are not the same with the Pope.
No, the Catholic Church does not recognize divorce and the pope is the leader of the Church.
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The Pope has no power over the Orthodox Church. There are 7 Patriarchs, who are equivalent to a Pope.
The pope IS a bishop - the bishop of Rome. However, he is the 'first among equals' and has been chosen to lead the Church. Therefore, be outranks a bishop. However, the pope relies on all the bishops for help and advice but it is always his responsibility to make the final decisions.
The pope is the head of the entire Christian Church. However, only the Catholic Church recognizes that leadership.
The "Pope" is the title given to leaders of several Christian sets. Each is different person: Catholic Church - Pope Eastern Orthodox Churches - Pope and Patriarch of Alexandria Oriental Orthodox Churches - Pope of Alexandria
The pope works in the Catholic Church. His official church is Saint John Lateran Basilica in Rome.
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.
The Catholic Church and the Methodist Churches are both Christian denominations. There are about 2 billion Christians in the world. The World Methodist Council is the worldwide umbrella organization for Methodist and other Weslyan churches. There are 76 member churches, from 132 countries, representing about 75 million Methodists worldwide. The Catholic Church is a worldwide communion comprised of 23 different autonomous or semi-autonomous churches that are in communion with the bishop of Rome (the pope)… Read More
The pope is the leader of the catholic Church on earth.
The Pope is the Vicar of Christ on earth and the earthly leader of the Catholic Church.
Yes, the Pope can enter any Catholic Church.
The pope is the vicar of Christ on earth - the earthly leader of the Church.
The pope does not have any authority in the Orthodox Church. The pope only has authority over Roman Catholics.
Benedict XVI was the 265th pope of the Catholic Church.
Peter was chosen as the leader of the Church and apostles. Pope Gregory was chosen to be the pope and leader of the Church.
The current Pope of the Catholic Church is Pope Francis, as of this date (May 2014), he replace Pope Benedict XVI last year in March.
Neither a pope, cardinal, bishop or priest owns a Church. They are the property of the Catholic Church.
The Eastern Church rejected the primacy of the pope and a celebate clergy.
There is no pope of Italy. There is only the pope of the Universal Church and that is Pope Francis