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It lists all the popes to date and all officials of the Holy See’s departments. It also gives complete lists with contact information of the cardinals and Catholic bishops throughout the world, the dioceses with statistics about eachthe departments of the Roman Curiathe Holy See’s diplomatic missions abroad, the embassies accredited to the Holy See, the headquarters of religious institutes pontifkcio with statistics on eachcertain academic institutions, and other similar information.

The pontificuo includes, along with all the names in the body of the book, those of all priests who pontiricio been pontifciio the title of ” Monsignor “.

As the title suggests, the red-covered yearbook, compiled by the Central Statistics Office of the Church and published by Libreria Editrice Vaticanais mostly in Italian. According to the Pontifical Yearbook ofthe number of Catholics in the world increased to 1,, at the end of A yearbook of the Catholic Church was published, with some interruptions, from to by the Cracas printing firm in Rome, under the title ajnuario Italian Information for the Year Froma department of the Holy See began producing a different publication called in Italian Hierarchy of the Holy Catholic Apostolic Church Worldwide and in Every Rite, with historical notes, which took the title Annuario Pontificio inbut ceased publication in This was the first yearbook published by the Holy See itself, but its compilation was entrusted to the newspaper Giornale di Roma.

The Vatican Press took this over inthus making it a semi-official publication.

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It bore the indication “official publication” from tobut this ceased when, giving the word “official” a more restricted sense, the Acta Sanctae Sedis, forerunner of the Acta Apostolicae Sediswas declared the only “official” publication of the Holy See. Init resumed the title Annuario Pontificio. From toit included not only lists of names, but also brief illustrative notes on departments of the Roman Curia and on certain posts within the papal courta practice to which it returned in For some years, beginning inthe Maison de la Bonne Presse publishing house of Paris produced a similar yearbook in French called Annuaire Pontifical Catholique, not compiled by the Holy See.

This contained much additional information, such as detailed historical articles on the Swiss Guards and the Papal Palace at the Vatican. According to the Annuario Pontificio the statistical data given in the yearbook regarding archdioceses and dioceses are furnished by the diocesan curias concerned and reflect the diocesan situation on 31 December of the year prior to the date on the yearbook, unless there is another indication.

The data recorded are shown in the following order next to these abbreviations:. It also gives complete lists with contact information of the cardinals and Catholic bishops throughout the world, the dioceses with statistics about eachthe departments of the Roman Curia, the Holy See’s diplomatic missions abroad, the embassies accredited to the Holy See, the headquarters of religious institutes again with statistics on eachcertain academic institutions, and other similar information.

The index includes, along with all the names in the body of the book, those of all priests who have been granted the title of “Monsignor”. As the title suggests, the red-covered yearbook, compiled by the Central Statistics Office of the Church and published by Libreria Editrice Vaticana, is mostly in Italian.

A Catholic religious order is a religious order of the Catholic Church.

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According to the Code of Canon Law, they form part of a category of Catholic religious anhuario. Subcategories are canons regular canons and canonesses regular who recite the Divine Office and serve a church and perhaps a parish ; monastics monks or nuns living and working in a monastery and reciting the Divine Office ; mendicants friars or religious sisters who live from alms, recite the Divine Office, and, in the case of the men, participate in apostolic activities ; and pontificil regular priests who take religious vows and have a very active apostolic life.


As such, also the Teutonic Order may qualify, today mainly monastic. In the past, what In some cases, such as the Lutheran Church of Sweden and the Church of England, the title is borne by the leader of the denomination.

Like popes, patriarchs, metropolitans, cardinal bishops, diocesan bishops, and suffragan bishops, archbishops are in the highest of the three traditional orders of bishops, priests also called presbytersand deacons. An archbishop may be granted the title or ordained as chief pastor of a metropolitan see or another episcopal see to which anhuario title of archbishop is attached.

Western Christianity Metropolitan archbishops Episcopal sees are generally arranged poontificio groups in which one see’s bishop has certain powers and duties of oversight over the others.

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He is known as the metropolitan archbishop of that see. In the Catholic Church, canon Institutes of consecrated life are canonically erected institutes in the Catholic Church whose members profess the evangelical counsels of chastity, poverty, and obedience by vows or other sacred bonds.

The more numerous form of these are religious institutes, which are pobtificio by the public profession of vows, life in common ahnuario brothers or sisters, and a degree of separation from the world. The other form is that of secular institutes, in which the members live in the world, and work for the sanctification of the world from within.

Plaque commemorating the popes buried in St Peter’s their names in Latin and the year of their burial This chronological list of popes corresponds to that given 212 the Annuario Pontificio under the heading “I Sommi Pontefici Romani” The Supreme Pontiffs of Rome snnuario, excluding those that are explicitly indicated as antipopes.

Published every year by the Roman Curia, the Annuario Pontificio attaches no consecutive numbers to the popes, stating that it is impossible to decide which side represented at various times the legitimate succession, in particular regarding Pope Leo VIII, Pope Benedict V and some midth-century popes. The corrections concerned anhuario, especially in the first two centuries, birthplaces and the family name of one pope. Regnal numbering of popes named Stephen The regnal numbering of popes named Stephen has changed over the centuries.

Regnal numbering was not used for popes until the 10th century, and any numbering attached to earlier popes has been applied retroactively. Until the 10th century, from toeight men who bore the name Stephen, including this priest Stephen, were elected pope, but only seven reigned as pope.

Pope Pius I died c. His dates are listed as or to orrespectively.

The writer of the later text identifies himself as a former slave. This has led to speculation that both Hermas and Pius were freedmen.

However Hermas’ statement that he was a slave may just mean that he belonged to a low-ranking plebeian family.

In the Roman Catholic Church, the term “congregation” is used not only in the senses that it has in other contexts to indicate, for instance, a gathering for worship or some other purposebut also to mean specifically either a type of department of the Roman Curia, or a type of religious institute, or certain organized groups of Augustinian, Benedictine, and Cistercian houses.

Department of the Roman Curia The term “congregation” is used for the highest-ranking departments of the Roman Curia. Lower-ranking departments include pontifical councils, pontifical commissions, tribunals, and offices.

Today, as a result of a decision of the Second Vatican Council, the membership includes diocesan bishops from diverse parts of the world who are not cardinals. Each congregation also has a permanent staff to assist it in dealing with At times between the 3rd and midth centuries, antipopes were supported by a fairly significant faction of religious cardinals and secular or anti-religious monarchs and kingdoms.

Persons who claim to be pope, but have few followers, such as the modern sedevacantist antipopes, are not classified with the historical antipopes. History Hippolytus of Rome d. Hippolytus was reconciled to Callixtus’s second successor, Pope Pontian, and both he and Pontian are honoured as saints by the Catholic Church with a shared feast day on 13 August.

Whether two or more persons have been confused in annnuario account of Hippolytus[2] and whe The vast majority of the Aegean Islands belong to Greece, being split among nine administrative regions. Various smaller islets off Turkey’s western coast are also under Turkish sovereignty. Most of the islands enjoy warm summer temperatures and cold winter temperatures, influenced by the Med Pope Anicetus died c. Anicetus actively opposed Gnosticism and Marcionism. He welcomed Polycarp of Smyrna to Rome, to discuss the controversy over the date for the celebration of Easter.

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Irenaeus, it was during his pontificate that the aged Polycarp of Smyrna, a disciple of St. John the Evangelist, visited Rome to discuss the celebration of Passover with Anicetus. Polycarp and his Church of Smyrna celebrated the crucifixion on the fourteenth day of Nisan, which coincides with Pesach or Passover regardless of which day of the week upon this date fell, while the Roman Church celebrated the Pasch on Sunday—the weekday of Jesus’s resurrection.

The two did not agree on a common date Pope Alexander I died c. The Holy See’s Annuario Pontificio identifies him as a Roman who reigned from or to or Some believe he suffered martyrdom under the Roman Emperor Trajan or Hadrian, but this is improbable.

However, the article on Saint Alexander I in the Annuario Encyclopedia, written by Thomas Shahan, judges this tradition to be inaccurate, a view shared by both Catholic and non-Catholic experts. The introduction of the customs of using blessed water mixed with salt for the purification of Christian homes from evil inf The primacy of the Bishop of Rome is largely derived from his role as the apostolic successor to Saint Peter, to whom primacy was conferred by Jesus, giving him the Keys of Heaven and the powers of “bin The papal household or pontifical household usually not capitalized in the media and other nonofficial use,[1] Latin: Pontificalis Domuscalled until the Papal Court Aula Pontificia ,[2] consists of dignitaries who assist the pope in carrying out particular ceremonies of either a religious or a pontificlo character.

It is organised into two bodies: After the return qnnuario the Popes f Its liturgical rite is the Byzantine Rite. L’Osservatore Romano of January 31, reported that, in Slovakia alone, it had somefaithful, priests and parishes.

In addition, the Annuario Pontificio gave its Canadian Eparchy of Saints Cyril and Methodius of Toronto as having 2, faithful, 4 priests and 5 parishes. History Since the Union of Uzhhorod in was unanimously accepted on the territory that includes present day eastern Slovakia, the anbuario of the Slovak Greek Catholic Church was for centuries intertwined with that of the Ruthenian Greek Catholic Church.

In some cases, these ecclesiastical honorific titles derive from the pope, but in other cases it is simply a customary or honorary style belonging to a prelate or honorary prelate. These are granted to individuals who have rendered valuable service to the Church, or who provide some special function in Church governance, or who are members of bodies such as certain chapters. Although in some languages the word is used as a form of address for bishops, which is indeed its primary use in those languages, this is not customary in English.

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It is abbreviated Mgr,[2][3][4][5] Msgr,[a] or Mons. Shield ornaments of a major basilica Major basilica Latin: Basilicae maiores is the title given to the four highest-ranking Roman Catholic church buildings, all of which are also “Papal basilicas”[1]: Peter’s Basilica, the Basilica of St.

All of them are located within the diocese of Rome: Peter’s Basilica is located in Vatican City and thus within the territory and sovereign jurisdiction of the Holy See. The other three are geographically located in Italian territory, but enjoy extraterritorial status under the Lateran Treaty.

The Archbasilica of St. John in the Lateran is the seat of the Pope and the site of the Papal Cathedra, and is the oldest and first in rank of the major basilicas. All other churches that have the title of basilica are minor basilicas Latin: The Diocese of Rome Latin: Dioecesis Urbis seu Romana,[2] Italian: Diocesi di Roma is a diocese of the Catholic Church in Rome.

As the Holy See, the papacy is a sovereign entity with diplomatic relations,[3] and civil jurisdiction over the Vatican Pontiticio State located geographically within Rome.

The Diocese of Rome is the metropolitan diocese of the Province of Rome, an ecclesiastical province in Italy. The first Bishop of Rome was Saint Peter in the first century. The incumbent since 13 March is Pongificio Francis. Historically, many Rome-born men, as well as others born elsewhere on the Italian Peninsula have served as Bishops of Rome.