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THE PAPACY

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Pope Francis

March 13, 2013, Wednesday – Pope Francis The white smoke came at 7:06 p.m., on the evening of the second day of the Conclave, after the 5th vote. The College of Cardinals chose Argentine Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, S.J., 76, to become the 266th Pope of the Roman Catholic Church, the first Pope ever from Latin …

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New Pontificate Officially Began

    Today a new pontificate officially began   From The Moynihan Letters Web Site March 19, 2013, Tuesday – Protect # 53                         Today a new pontificate officially began. The essential message in the homily given by Pope Francis to open his pontificate …

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Pope Francis and Pope Benedict XVI

                        Associated Press/Osservatore Romano, HO – In this photo provided by the Vatican paper L’Osservatore Romano, Pope Francis meets Pope emeritus Benedict XVI in Castel Gandolfo Saturday, March 23, 2013. Pope Francis …more has traveled to Castel Gandolfo to have lunch with his predecessor …

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Pope Francis: Where There is Culumny, There is Satan Himself

Pope Francis: Where There Is Calumny, There Is Satan Himself!                         Pope Francis Continues To Speak On Satan And The Works Of Evil! By, Edward Penetin – For the third time in as many weeks, Pope Francis has warned not to speak ill of …

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St. Peter, Prince of the Apostles

ST PETER, PRINCE OF THE APOSTLES    The life of St. Peter may be conveniently considered under the following heads:   Until the Ascension of Christ St. Peter in Jerusalem and Palestine after the      Ascension Missionary journeys in the East; the Council of the      Apostles Activity and death in Rome; burial-place Feasts of …

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The Papacy Of The Catholic Church

The Papacy of the Catholic Church By Scott P. Richert     The papacy has a spiritual and institutional meaning in the Catholic Church and an historical meaning. When used in the context of the Catholic Church, the papacy refers to the office of pope, the successor of St. Peter, and the authority that the …

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Popes of Different Catholic Ages

The Papacy By Scott P. Richert   The papacy has a spiritual and institutional meaning in the Catholic Church and an historical meaning. 1.    When used in the context of the Catholic Church, the papacy refers to the office of pope, the successor of St. Peter, and the authority that the pope exercises in that …

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List of Popes Recognized As Saints And Blessed

List of Popes recognized as Saints and Blessed The numbers in parentheses are the dates of pontificate   Saint Peter (32-67) Saint Linus (67-76) Saint Anacletus (Cletus)      (76-88) Saint Clement I      (88-97) Saint Evaristus      (97-105) Saint Alexander I      (105-115) Saint Sixtus I (115-125)      — also called Xystus I Saint Telesphorus …

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Biography: Joseph Ratzinger, Pope Benedict XVI

Biography: Joseph Ratzinger, Pope Benedict XVI Short Summary of the Life of Pope Benedict XVI By Austin Cline Pope Benedict XVI   Here is a chronological summary of the life of Josef Ratzinger, now elected Pope Benedict XVI. This timeline of Josef Ratzinger’s life focuses on events that were important to this religious life — …

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Motu Propio – Porta Fidei For The Indiction Of The Year Of Faith

APOSTOLIC LETTER “MOTU PROPRIO DATA” PORTA FIDEI OF THE SUPREME PONTIFF BENEDICT XVI FOR THE INDICTION OF THE YEAR OF FAITH 1. The “door of faith” (Acts 14:27) is always open for us, ushering us into the life of communion with God and offering entry into his Church. It is possible to cross that threshold …

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Pope Benedict XVI On Community Prayer

BENEDICT XVI: AT MOMENTS OF DIFFICULTy  I HAVE FELT THE SUPPORT OF YOUR PRAYERS Vatican City, 9 May 2012 (VIS) – “From the first moment of my election as Successor of St. Peter I have always felt supported by the prayers of the Church, by your prayers, especially at moments of greatest difficultly, and I …

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Pope Leo XIII

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POPE FRANCIS

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The Lord We Adore Is He Who Washed The Apostles ‘Feet At The Last Supper” By Pope Benedict XVI

Wednesday, June 27, 2012 THE LORD WE ADORE IS HE WHO WASHED THE APOSTLES’ FEET AT THE LAST SUPPER Vatican City,  (VIS) – The Letter to the Philippians which, the Holy Father said, is in some way St. Paul’s “spiritual last will and testament”, was the theme of his catechesis during the general audience, which …

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Pope’s Secret Cardinals In Pectore

Tuesday, July 03, 2012 About the Pope’s Secret Cardinals in pectore Posted by Dr. Taylor Marshall The Pope is allowed to name secret cardinals or cardinals in pectore (Latin for “in the breast”), since only the Pope knows in his heart. During the reign of Pope Martin V, cardinals were created without publishing their names …

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Pope Pius XII saw “The Miracle of The Sun”

The Miracle of the Sun (Pope Pius XII was granted extraordinary and privileged Grace of seeing the Miracle of the Sun in the Vatican Gardens ) O Seculo (a pro-government, anti-clerical, Lisbon paper): From the road, where the vehicles were parked and where hundreds of people who had not dared to brave the mud were …

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