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pope's nose

The fatty tail of a cooked fowl, especially a chicken. When we were kids, it was always a special treat to be given the pope's nose off the Sunday roast chicken.
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Head of the Coptic Orthodox Church Pope Tawadros II met with Pope Francis in the Vatican on Friday morning (AFP Photo)
Despite the numerous papal documents issued on the value of Gregorian chant, such traditional music is all too often dismissed as merely the private opinion of a few popes.
Anti-Papal Prejudice is a fascinating historical survey with informative chapters devoted to "Bad Popes"; "The Campaign Against Pius IX"; "Some Other Modern Slanders and Slanderers"; "The Pope Who was a Freemason"; Why Pope Clement XII Condemned Freemasonry"; "On Some Medieval Fables"; "Hildebrand and Matilda of Tuscany"; "Papal Forgeries"; "The Forgeries of Cardinal Vaughan"; "The Popes and the Bible"; "The Extermination of Heretics"; "Groveling to the Pope"; "Papal Rapacity and the Ecclesia Anglicana"; "The Popes in Protestant Tradition"; "Darkening the Shadows"; and "What Prejudice Ignores".
His death this past April - only two other popes had served longer- was greeted with a global outpouring of devotion and grief.
The life of a plaster saint rather than a human being, it will satisfy those Catholics who believe that John Paul II set the agenda for Catholicism for the next century and beyond, leaving nothing for future popes, bishops, or laity to do except follow his lead.
Pope John Paul II was one of the longest reigning popes in the long history of the papacy.
Popes often wielded temporal as well as spiritual power.
115) The Renaissance popes resisted creating more than honorific patriarchs, preferring instead to appoint legates a latere ("from the side" of the pope; that is, with full papal power), whose commission would expire.
Two more contrasting popes than Pius XII and John XXIII would be difficult to identify.
But Catholics can't vote for their church leaders and popes don't hold press conferences; so whatever storm Wills's brilliant indictment may stir up will do no lasting damage.
Now he'd rather imagine a world in which there are at least two popes.
SAN ANTONIO -- "Saint Peter and the Vatican: The Legacy of the Popes," one of the world's largest collections of Vatican art, documents and historical objects to tour North America, will be on exhibit at the Henry B.
Countless Popes have acclaimed its wonders, including Pope Benedict XIV, who in 1746 declared, "God has not wrought such wonderful things for any other nation" (Psalm 147).
Informatively taking the reader through the Medici Popes, the sack of the Roman Empire, medieval sieges, the Napoleonic War, the unification of Italy, the imprisonment of the Pope, World War I and II, the resistance to the Nazi s, and collective information on more recent Popes, The Pope's Army is an invaluable documentation of the Vatican City and the Popes with respect to the dedicated military guard serving to protect of the papal well-being and safety for last the five-hundred years.