74 results sorted by popularity
Quick Questions What does the term ex cathedra mean, and where did the Catholic Church come up with it?
Quick Questions Does papal infallibility mean the pope is perfect or inerrant?
Quick Questions Shouldn't the pope dress simply, like Jesus did?
Quick Questions Why is the pope called the "Holy Father" instead of just "Father"?
Quick Questions What are the criteria for a pope in choosing his new name?
Quick Questions Why was John Paul II considered a "great" pope?
Quick Questions Is the pope similar to the high priest in the Old Testament?
Quick Questions Who ran the Catholic Church after John Paul II died and before Benedict XVI was elected?
Quick Questions Did St. Peter view his authority as equal to other Church leaders?
Quick Questions Why does the pope kiss the ground after he disembarks from an airplane?
Radio Shows The Primacy of Peter 1/13/2012 7pm ET
Quick Questions My friend wants to know: How can a pope's decisions be changed if he is infallible?
Quick Questions Why is it that the pope's cassock is white while the clothes of other clergymen are usually black?
Quick Questions Why are snipers a routine part of the Holy Father's security?
Magazine Articles No Rocks Required
Quick Questions How can the popes be infallible if they can contradict each other?
Quick Questions What is the origin of the statement "Rome has spoken, the matter is finished"?
Quick Questions Did John Paul II excommunicate a lot of people?
Quick Questions Did Pope Gregory the Great say that anyone who claimed the title "universal bishop" was the Antichrist?
Radio Shows Pope Fiction 4/13/2011 6pm ET