|pope||Vicar of Christ|
|acquainted with something, familial, familiar spirit, friendly, good friend, acquaintance; member of the household of a pope or bishop; officer of the Inquisition; demon or evil spirit who comes when summoned, household attendant of pope or bishop, imp...||familiar|
|ancient cloak, cerebral cortex, mantle, part of the brain, toga, robe worn by the ancient Greeks and Romans, vestment worn by a pope or archbishop||pallium|
|Anglican diocesan court, assembly of cardinals and Pope, congregational governing body, council of clergymen, historical council or assembly, regulatory court in Lutheran churches||consistory|
|beyond mountains, beyond the mountains (especially the Alps); one who believes in concentration of power in the hands of the Pope (Roman Catholic Church), dweller beyond mountains, papal supporter, supporting the pope||ultramontane|
|by the Pope||papally|
|church of St. John Lateran in Rome, highest-ranking church of the Roman Catholic Church and the church of the pope, of or pertaining to the five general councils held in the church of St. John Lateran in Rome (Catholicism)||Lateran|
|concerning the Pope or the papacy; of the Roman Catholic Church, relating to pope||papal|
|former territories in Italy over which the pope had sovereignty between 754 and 1870||Papal States|
|go-between, messenger of the Pope, emissary of the Pope, papal ambassador||internuncio|
|Guelf, medieval supporter of pope||Guelph|
|intended to be heard by many, letter from the Pope||encyclic|
|joyful time, jubilation, special anniversary, special anniversary; 50th anniversary, golden anniversary; time of celebration and rejoicing, festive season, year of indulgence set by the Pope, year of restitution||jubilee|
|letter from the Pope, Roman Catholic papal document||encyclical|
|male first name (Latin); Lucius I (died 254 A.D.), ecclesiastic and pope (253-254 A.D.); Lucius II (died 1145), ecclesiastic and pope (1144-45); Lucius III (died 1185), ecclesiastic and pope (1181-85)||Lucius|
|male name; city in Algeria; former Pope (between 708 - 715)||Constantine|
|meeting to select Roman Catholic pope, private meeting; meeting of cardinals to elect a pope (Catholicism), rooms where pope is elected, secret meeting||conclave|
|Month Equivalents for Gregorian, Jewish, Islamic, and Hindu Calendars., The Gregorian calendar was introduced in 1582 by Pope Gregory XIII, replacing the Julian calendar, and is based on a solar year of 365 days plus an extra day every four years (the ...||calendars|
|of an emissary, of an official delegate; of an emissary of the Pope||legatine|
|of or pertaining to any of the popes named Sixtus; of or pertaining to the Sistine Chapel (famous chapel in the Vatican that was painted by Michelangelo), of Pope Sixtus, of Sistine Chapel||Sistine|
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