Vicar of Christ


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Vicar of Christ

RC Church the pope when regarded as Christ's earthly representative
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Peter's Square I felt a blessing to see the Vicar of Christ on earth, Benedict XVI, small and humble, gentle and loving, holding on to the bar on the popemobile as he slowly moved among the people, blessing the crowd amid the ringing cheers of happy pilgrims.
The new Vicar of Christ, Pope Francis, is a rare example of a humble intellectual.
It is a matter of great joy to our ancient land of India that five of its sons are among the 117 members of the Electoral College that will choose the next Vicar of Christ.
We are not actually wanting to link the Church and drinking," the vicar of Christ Church, in Lake Road North, near Roath Park, said.
The Rev John Richards, vicar of Christ Church, says that the massive graveyard was in better condition than it had been in the past.
As the Vicar of Christ, Pope should offer them protection, compassion, and love.
In 1837, the vicar of Christ Church, the Rev Christopher Reed, married John Collingwood's eldest daughter Ann.
Tony's adoptive father, Rev Duncan Ballard, vicar of Christ Church in Worcester, said: "He was a wonderful, loving, normal teenager.
Vicar of Christ Church, Rev Helen Bennett, said: "Parents are understandably concerned about letting their children play on the streets.
The Vicar of Christ also spoke out forcefully against the Holocaust saying the world should never forget that "so many Jews.
Stephen Sizer is vicar of Christ Church in Virginia Water, England, and author of Zion's Christian Soldiers?
Columba Wideopen is to be Team Vicar of Christ the King Team i/c St.