Archived Web Sites Howstuffworks "How the Papacy Works"

Format Archived Web Sites
Dates 2005
Language English
Subjects Catholic Church
Church History
Howstuffworks "How the Papacy Works"
Catholics around the world have welcomed a new Pope, Benedict XVI. Besides providing spiritual leadership to millions world-wide, the Pope has many other duties. Learn about the rules of the Papacy.
Subject Headings
-  Popes
-  Church history
-  Popes -- Election
-  Catholic Church -- Miscellanea
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