The Early Christians * Images * The Papacy.


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The Early Christians * Images * The Papacy. Christian Images. The cross was the most far reaching and persevering of every single Christian image By the third century, the act of making the indication of the cross was profoundly established in the Christian world.
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The Early Christians * Symbols * The Papacy

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Christian Symbols The cross was the most across the board and persevering of every Christian image By the third century, the act of making the cross\' indication was profoundly established in the Christian world Another far reaching and old Christian image is the fish Greek for fish is “ichthys which remains for “Jesus Christ, Son of God, Saviour” The grapple symbolizes security and trust A cutting on a gravestone in the mid fourth century sepulcher of St. Domatilla portrays the fish image consolidated with the cross-like stay image.

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The Apostles and their images . . .

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The Papacy From the Catechism of the Catholic Church The episcopal school and its head, the Pope 880 Peter is picked as the first Pope 881 Peter is named the “rock” of the Church 882 The Pope is the Bishop of Rome, the Vicar of Christ 883 The school or collection of ministers just has power with the Pontiff as its head 884 The school of religious administrators has control over the all inclusive Church in a solem, ecumenical committee Pope Benedict XVI, chose April 19, 2005

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885 This school communicates the mixed bag and comprehensiveness of the People of God; the herd\'s solidarity of Christ, under one head 886 Individual clerics are the wellspring of solidarity in their own particular Churches; they are helped by clerics and elders. The religious administrators extend the Church particularly to poor people, to those oppressed for the confidence, and in addition to evangelists who are working all through the world. Pope John Paul II .:tslidesep.

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