, once used with far greater latitude (see below, section V), is at present employed solely to denote the Bishop of Rome, who, in virtue of his position as successor of St.
Peter, is the chief pastor of the whole Church, the Vicar of Christ upon earth.
O.) I know how to get them babies asleep, stop cryin' and go in the toilet bowl before they mommas even get outta bed in the mornin.' Aibileen lifts Mae Mobley out of her crib and pulls her into her expansive bosom.
LEEFOLT HOME - MAE MOBLEY'S ROOM - MORNING MAE MOBLEY LEEFOLT, 2 1/2 years old, lies in a crib, crying. Her dark black skin contrasts angelically with a brilliant white work dress, white panty hose and shoes AIBILEEN (V.
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Besides the bishopric of the Roman Diocese, certain other dignities are held by the pope as well as the supreme and universal pastorate: he is Archbishop of the Roman Province, Primate of Italy and the adjacent islands, and sole Patriarch of the Western Church.
The Church's doctrine as to the pope was authoritatively declared in the Vatican Council in the Constitution "Pastor Aeternus".
The site remained buried beneath the pagan temple until Emperor Constantine the Great converted to Christianity in 312 AD.
He soon showed an interest in the holy places associated with his new faith, and commissioned numerous churches to be built throughout the Holy Land.
The most important of these, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, was begun in 326 AD.