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  List of popes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
While the term "Pope" (Latin: papa "father'") is used in several churches to denote their high spiritual leaders, this title in English usage generally refers to the supreme head of the Roman Catholic Church.
Disciple of Jesus from whom, according to an interpretation of Matthew 16:18-19, he received the keys to the kingdom of heaven.
Last non-Italian to be elected pope until John Paul II in 1978.
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 Lives of Saints :: Baramhat 28
Pope Peter VII called the bishops and the clergy and went with them to the banks of the river where he celebrated the Divine Liturgy and after the service he washed the Holy Service utensils with water from the river, then he threw the water and the blessed Kourbana (Blessed Bread) in the river.
Pope Peter chose him for his intelligence and good management and sent him to Ethiopia in an official church duty which he took care of it well, and his return to Egypt was after the departure of Pope Peter.
The Pope refused the proposal graciously by asking: "Does your Caesar live forever?" When the envoy answered that he would die like all human beings, the Pope told him that he preferred the protector of the church would be her true shepherd, the King that does not die.
www.copticchurch.net /synaxarium/7_28.html   (2288 words)

  
 Brittany Publications...featuring Jerry Marcus
Marcus taught ethics and the philosophy of literature.
Marcus later worked as an account executive for a Washington public relations firm, where he wrote position papers, conducted surveys and organized the campaigns of several major political candidates.
Marcus is currently working on a riveting profile of an all-American basketball player who is exploited by his university, and violated by sports commentators, coaches, and television network executives — all looking to protect the millions of dollars they earn at the expense of the players.
www.brittanypublications.com /jerry-marcus.html   (325 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Pallium
The use of the pallium is reserved to the pope and archbishops, but the latter may not use it until, on petition they have received the permission of the Holy See.
Worn by the pope, the pallium symbolizes the plenitudo pontificalis officii (i.e.
The correct view may well be that the pallium was introduced as a liturgical badge of the pope, and it does not seem improbable that it was adopted in imitation of its counterpart, the pontifical omophorion, already in vogue in the Eastern Church.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/11427a.htm   (1941 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Pope St. Mark
Concerning an interposition of the pope in the Arian troubles, which were then so actively affecting the Church in the East, nothing has been handed down.
As for the bestowal of the pallium, the account cannot be established from sources of the fourth century, since the oldest memorials which show this badge, belong to the fifth and sixth centuries, and the oldest written mention of a pope bestowing the pallium dates from the sixth century (cf.
The feast of the deceased pope was given on 7 Oct. in the old Roman calendar of feasts, which was inserted in the "Martyrologium Hieronymianum"; it is still kept on the same date.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/09674a.htm   (701 words)

  
 Popes 301 - 400   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Little is known of Marcellinus, except that he had the misfortune of being Pope when, in 303, the Emperor Diocletian co-signed the order of his subordinate, Augustus Galerius, to begin the most thorough and destructive persecution of Christians throughout the Roman Empire.
Pope Marcellus tried to reorganize the Roman Church; much of its land and buildings had been siezed or destroyed, and many Christians had renounced their faith during the persecution.
The Pope was assailed from both sides: critics argued that the lapsi shouldn't be readmitted at all.
www.popesonparade.com /lists/400.html   (1682 words)

  
 Baounah
Pope Paul greeted the delegation, commending Pope Kyrillos the sixth, and the church of Alexandria.
The speakers were, Pope Kyrillos the Sixth, the Patriarch of the Syrian Orthodox, Cardinal Doval, the head of the Roman Papal delegation, the Catholicos Patriarch of Ethiopia, the secretary general of the World Council of Churches, and the Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia.
The Departure of Pope Archelaus, the Eighteenth Pope of Alexandria.
www.copticchurch.org /Baounah.htm   (15594 words)

  
 Pope Marcus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Some evidence suggests that the early lists of bishops and martyrs known as the "Depositio episcoporum" and "Depositio martyrum" were begun during his pontificate.
Marcus is credited with the foundation of the basilica of San Marco in Rome.
This page was last modified 17:57, 12 May 2006.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pope_Marcus   (104 words)

  
 Lives of Saints :: Baramouda 15   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
When the Emperor returned to the palace and told the Empress what had happened, she told him: "Did I not tell you not to set yourself against the Galilean, for their God is strong and powerful?" Diocletian became extremely raged, tortured her severely, then threw her in prison where she departed in peace.
The Pope was exonerated from the accusations that were in the complainant petition, but he was ordered to pay a heavy fine which was paid by the lay leaders of the country.
Pope Marcus departed on the 15th of Barmoudah, 1372 A.M. (April 20th.
www.copticchurch.net /classes/synex.php?month=8&day=15&sa=1   (814 words)

  
 Articles - Pallium   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The awarding of the pallium became controversial in the Middle Ages, because popes charged a fee from those receiving them, earning hundreds of millions of gold florins for the papacy and bringing the award of the pallium into disrepute.
For his formal inauguration Pope Benedict XVI reverted to an earlier form of the pallium, from a period when it and the omophorion were virtually identical.
At present only the Pope and metropolitan archbishops wear the pallium, and a metropolitan has to receive the pallium before exercising his office in his ecclesiastical province, even if he was previously metropolitan elsewhere.
www.kimia-sains.com /articles/Pallium   (1951 words)

  
 Wikinfo | List of popes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The term "Pope" (Latin: papa "father'") is used in several churches to denote their high spiritual leaders.
The title itself was officially used from the tenure of Pope Siricius.
The pope's temporal title since 1929 is Sovereign in the State of the Vatican City (Holy See).
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Popes   (322 words)

  
 History of the Mass(hist13.htm)
Thus in 305 the bishops met at the Synod of Elvira, declaring as a fixed law the celibacy of the clergy and praying for the end of the persecutions.
Thus, with permission of Pope Sylvester, Constantine summoned all 318 of the Church's bishops to a meeting in Nicaea.
During these nine months Marcus decreed that the Pope should be consecrated by the Bishop of Ostia and he instituted the "Pallium" which bishops still wear around their shoulders, a narrow circular band of white wool from a previously blessed lamb with two 12 inch pendants hanging down in front and back.
www.dailycatholic.org /hist/hist13.htm   (1794 words)

  
 Popes & Patriarchs of Constantinople, Jerusalem, Alexandria, Antioch, etc.
To Roman Catholics, the Pope may be the holiest man on earth, the heir and keeper of the deepest truths of religion.
The Pope was not the ruler of that Church, but one of the Ecumenical Patriarchs, along with the Patriarchs of Jerusalem, Antioch, Alexandria, and Constantinople.
Popes from a similiar family, the Medici, are featured in the genealogy of the Medici given with the rulers of Tuscany.
www.friesian.com /popes.htm   (8920 words)

  
 Marcus Garvey - Alessandro de' Medici - Great People of Color
As Duke of Florence, Alessandro, after the death of Pope Clement, became the head of one of the most illustrious families in European history--a family that furnished a long roll of statesmen and patrons of art, as well as three popes, three kings of France, three queens, and a mother of one of England's kings.
They, with the Pope, were the last of the cider branch of the family.
The Pope, its head, was having considerable difficulty trying to preserve the orthodox faith, and with it his hold on European politics.
www.marcusgarvey.com /wmview.php?ArtID=530   (764 words)

  
 Marcus Hazzard - First aid Instructor - Planet Wise
Marcus runs and oversees the implementation of the first aid qualification on our two and three day courses.
With a well-travelled background Marcus tailors the first aid to the remote traveller.
Marcus also instructs on all parts of the three-day courses.
www.planetwise.net /about/marcus.html   (146 words)

  
 Talk History Forum - What the new pope thinks.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
I guess it is too much to hope for a pope who revokes the unbiblical enforcement of non-marriage for religious careerists.
I was hopeful the next Pope would be Latin American or even African, and more liberal (in matters of church policy, anyway).
It would be a huge step for an African or Latin American man to become pope, since the Roman Catholics are only one election away from a 450 year tradition of Italian leadership.
www.talk-history.com /forum/showthread.php?t=1609   (525 words)

  
 Alexander Pope's Twickenham   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
In March, 1719 Pope settled with his widowed mother in a villa--which he would occupy the house for the remaining twenty-five years of his life--with a small plot of land running down to the Thames near Twickenham.
Just like a landscape hung up"--and great pains were taken to control light and shadow, perspective and point of view, and thus the spectator's mood.
Over the years Twickenham became a more and more complex, finished, and tasteful work of art; one which embodied the complex relationship between Art and Nature which was a constant theme in Pope's work--and it provided him as well, of course, with a graceful and tranquil setting in which to spend a properly Horation retirement.
www.victorianweb.org /previctorian/pope/twickenham.html   (288 words)

  
 Pope Julius I - QuickSeek Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Julius I, pope from 337 to 352, was a native of Rome and was chosen as successor of Marcus after the Roman see had been vacant for four months.
He is chiefly known by the part he took in the Arian controversy.
Julius sent a letter to the Eastern bishops that is an early instance of the claims of primacy for the bishop of Rome.
popejuliusi.quickseek.com   (346 words)

  
 Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, Series II, Vol. XIV   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The African bishops, not finding the canon quoted by the Pope either in their Greek or in their Latin copies, in vain consulted also the copy which Bishop Cecilian, who had himself been present at the Council of Nicaea, had brought to Carthage.
The legates of the Pope then declared that they did not rely upon these copies, and they agreed to send to Alexandria and to Constantinople to ask the patriarchs of these two cities for authentic copies of the canons of the Council of Nicaea.
The bishops of Africa despatched to Pope Boniface the copies which had been sent to them from Alexandria and Constantinople, in the month of November 419; and subsequently in their letters to Celestine I. (423-432), successor to Boniface, they appealed to the text of these documents.
www.ccel.org /fathers2/NPNF2-14/Npnf2-14-24.htm   (1764 words)

  
 open book: As far as names...
Then there would also be the Marian connection since She brought Jesus first to John in the womb (pope to proclaim final Marian dogma?)...which could also point to the need to re-establish the sacredness of the child in the womb.
Christian at Apr 11, 2005 2:23:12 PM Pope Lando didn't chose the name Lando, it was his given name - he was one of the last to keep his given name as a regnal name.
Anyway, the moniker that identifies this pope is a phrase that means "The Glory of the Olives" and some interpret that to mean he will be a Benedictine (who were once known as Olivetans).
amywelborn.typepad.com /openbook/2005/04/as_far_as_names.html   (4072 words)

  
 Chronological Timeline 753 B.C. to present day
Marcus, son of Priscus, elected 34th pope under the name of St. Mark (Marcus).
642 Theodore becomes the 73rd pope under the name Theodore I. 649 Martin from Todi becomes the 74th pope under the name St. Martin I. 655 Eugene becomes the 75th pope under the name St. Eugenius I. 657 Vitalian, son of Anastasius, becomes the 76th pope under the name St. Vitalian.
Oddone Colonna becomes the 207th pope under the name Martin V. Pope Martin V ends the Great Schism in the papacy.
www.stuardtclarkesrome.com /timeline.html   (8653 words)

  
 Talaria Enterprises museum store TEACH art history newsletter Melozzo Da Forli renaissance artist angel christmas gift
Melozzo da Forlì was commissioned to paint the fresco, Ascension with Christ in Glory, c.1478-80 for the choir of the Church of the Apostles in Rome.
A later Pope, Sixtus IV (1471-1484) is known for nepotism and unsuccessful political endeavors but is credited with suppressing abuses during the Inquisition and is considered the first Renaissance Pope because of his major support for literature, arts and architecture.
In 1438, Melozzo da Forlì was born as Michelozzo degli Ambrogi, to Giuliano and Giacoma of the Ambrogi, near the city of Forli, in Central Italy.
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 Lords of the Earth Campaign 31, Turn 3, 1409-1412   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Klaus was concerned with the trouble between the Pope and the Hussites, for now he continues to support the Pope and his Church.
Sigmund hears the case made by Marcus and when compared to the seemingly heavy handiness of Clement, his choice is clear.
Cosimo declares for Marcus and prepares for revolts; his preparation was not needed since he is better loved by his people than he expected.
www.throneworld.com /lords/lote31/L31-7.htm   (5804 words)

  
 Freewalt.com - Greco-Roman History - Bishops of Rome / Popes
Nephew of Sixtus IV; Convened the Fifth Council of the Lateran, 1512
First pope with two names, for his two immediate predecessors.
First Polish pope and first non-Italian pope since Pope Adrian VI in 1523.
www.freewalt.com /socialstudies/history/world/grecoroman/romans/popes.htm   (483 words)

  
 August 18 DAILY CATHOLIC TEXT Section One (aug18txt.htm)
This about face and sudden switch to prosperity for the Church is the subject of today's episode in which we detail the Popes of that time and how Holy Mother Church grew in tremendous stages once they emerged from the catacombs and into the mainstream of society.
We continue with the twelfth installment from the early chapters of our on-going megaseries on the Church through the ages as part of our special retro Summer in bringing you past issues you may not have had the opportunity to read.
Jane was canonized by Pope Clement XIII in 1767.
www.dailycatholic.org /issue/Aug/aug18txt.htm   (3569 words)

  
 Anatine Timeline of Ancient History
Pope St. Felix III (II) (r.483 - 492)
Roman citizenship conferred on all free inhabitants of Empire (212)
Marcus Aurelius (121 - 180) (r.161 - 180)
www.anatine.co.uk /ancient_timeline.htm   (248 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Seth: But the Pope is older than the Astronomer.
Motion passes by psuedo-skinnerial decree so the psuedo skinner can hit the gavel block while Paul's head is still on it.
Transcribed with fanatical devotion to the Pope, Marcus Sarofim, Onseck.
web.mit.edu /~mitsfs/minutes/1994/minutes.1994-04-15.txt   (211 words)

  
 Marcus Garvey - Marcus Garvey to Pope Pius XI - New York, 3 August 1924 - UNIA 1924 Convention
Marcus Garvey - Marcus Garvey to Pope Pius XI - New York, 3 August 1924 - UNIA 1924 Convention
Marcus Garvey to Pope Pius XI - New York, 3 August 1924
Marcus Garvey to President Louis Born of Haiti - 3 August 1924 – August 31st, 2004 - 02:58
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 The News Herald: Sports   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
"I watched Marcus (Roulhac) play there last year and the success that he had.
"Marcus just told me to concentrate and react to the football and that things would take care of themselves."
Hardin said that Farmer has earned the starting spot, but expects him to make a lot of progress.
www.newsherald.com /archive/sports/jf052998.htm   (613 words)

  
 Coptic Cardinal Accepts Islam
One day the Pope himself sent for me and as I was told by an aide the Saint (a term used for the Pope) had called for me to come and see him but let me tell you he’s NO SAINT!
He had been told by the Pope that I had become a mental case as I had begun to ask the wrong type of questions.
I said to him that at every prayer, the cardinal had to have an aide, the Pope had 13 aides to help him pray and I was willing to be one of his personal aides.
www.answering-islam.org /Hoaxes/coptic.htm   (4846 words)

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