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What Does The Pope Do

What is the role/duties of the Pope in the Roman Catholic Church?

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 ---Cynthia on 11/30/07
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He is the world leader of the (Man-made r-catholicism the first trin-church church, that the man constantine founded) & Is in Bible prophecy Rev 17 v's 4-6.
---Lawrence on 9/7/09

Cynthia, if you really wanted to know the answer to this question, wouldn't you have asked your local Roman Catholic priest instead of a bunch of people on these blogs who don't have any more idea than you?

I think you really want to start another round of Bash the Catholics.
---Jack on 10/22/08

To brother Trey, Thanks friend, and God Bless you and your family. The deeper we press into the Lord, the more of His perfect love we experience. God Bless friends!
---Cynthia on 12/3/07

Cynthia:The duties of a Pope are varied as he is the Bishop of Rome he ministers to His flock or Parishioners & also people all around the world.This is just a short idea It would take a book to explain His duties.Most people do not know all his duties
---Emcee on 12/3/07

I would kind of like to know myself. Like many though, I don't really feel like getting into a debate about it when I ask local folk. Worse yet, I really don't feel like having the door opened to their thinking I am interested in converting to their faith.
Asking local folk can bring more problems in a small community that asking those on the internet.
---Frank on 12/1/07

blessings to you all, susie to answer your question, no I am not a moderator on CN. I ask questions like everyone else, that's all. Jack, I suppose I could call a Catholic Church, and thanks for the suggestion, friend. I believe where I live, there is one Catholic Church here. Sorry to offend anyone, it was just a question. Thanks friends for your answers, and God Bless!
---Cynthia on 11/30/07

Jack, I hope you know I consider you a friend. I appreciate you Godly wisdom, and your sharp wit.

I also consider Cynthia a friend. I know she has a heart as big as Texas. I do not believe that for one minute she asked this question to start a Catholic bash fest.
I believe she asked the question sincerely.
I also believe you know the answer.

Lord bless you,
---trey on 11/30/07

Greetings Cynthia,

WOW, after reading the loving responses you received, I just want to run out and convert to Catholicism.

Mt 5:10 Blessed are they which are persecuted for righteousness' sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.

Mt 5:11 Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for my sake.

Lord bless you,
---trey on 11/30/07

Cynthia, unless you live in an isolated area (and it can't be TOO isolated if you have Internet), there should be a Roman Catholic church in phoning distance. What's to prevent you from calling the parish and asking the people there?

Are you afraid they'll send signals over the phone to turn you into a slave of the pope or something?
---Jack on 11/30/07

Cynthia...Are you one of the moderators on this site?
---Susie on 11/30/07

Among other things, popes declare certain deceased people 'saints' who in life were really nasty, such as Josemaria Escriva, the founder of Opus Dei.
---InimicusStultitiae on 11/30/07

Blessings jack, no, I am not trying to bash the Catholics, and I do not have a priest. I do not know a lot about the Catholics, but I am curious about the Pope and what his role in the Catholic Church is. No offense intended to anyone. God Bless you my friend!
---Cynthia on 11/30/07

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