Any ecclesiastic, esp. a bishop.
The bishop of Rome, the head of the Roman Catholic Church. See Note under Cardinal.
A parish priest, or a chaplain, of the Greek Church.
Derived from papa, "father"; originally a term for any bishop; in the west it came to be restricted to the bishop of Rome, who was the successor of St Peter, was regarded as the chief bishop of the church; in the west, the pope became the dominant figure in the governance of the church; in the Orthodox churches that position of dominance was rejected. (Lynch, Joseph H. The Medieval Church: A Brief History, 364)
A title (from Greek pappas, "father") used for the Bishop of Rome, who has jurisdiction over the Church throughout the world.
the official leader of the Roman Catholic Church.
The leader of the Roman Catholic church, lives in Vatican City.
an individual, a leader not a God or a Prophet
head and spiritual leader of the church in Western Europe (Latin papa = father)
Title used by the Bishop of Rome, considered the primary bishop of the world because St. Peter was the first to head the Christian community in that city. Rome is one of the five ancient patriarchal sees, the others being Constantinople, Alexandria, Antioch and Jerusalem. The title of â€œPopeâ€ is also used by some Orthodox churches, such as the Coptic Orthodox Church of Egypt.
The Pope at the time of the Gunpowder Plot, Pope Paul V, is burnt in effigy along with Guy Fawkes by several of the Societies.
Christ's representative on earth according to the Roman Catholic Church. He is the visible successor of Peter.
lhe spiritual leader of the Roman Catholic Church; also the Bishop of Rome and the political authority of I Vatican City.
The leader of the Roman Catholic church. Infallible (without error) and the representative of Christ on earth.
Latin for "father," this refers to the leading bishop of certain Christian denominations (e.g., Roman Catholic Church, Coptic Church).
An old guy in a silly hat who tries to tell others the way his infallible God wants them to behave and what He wants them to believe, though these statement may change depending on new facts discovered by man. Old geezer dressed as a Klansman and behaving as such. Technical engineer, specialized in turning clocks backwards. A man with a phallic symbol on his head. A misspelling of dope.
Bishop of Rome; head of the Christian Church in western Europe. (p. 265)
spiritual leader of the Agile cult. See Team Membership
(aka "Klansman") - When the girl's clit-hood is so big, it resembles the hat of our "favorite" catholic, the Pope. - Matt & Brittany
The Pope (from Latin: papa, Papa, father; from Greek: pappas / , father)http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=pope&searchmode=none Etymology of â€˜Popeâ€™. is the Bishop of Rome and the head of the Roman Catholic Church. He is believed by Catholics to fulfill this role as the Successor of Saint Peter.