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Head of the apostles
Peter
Teaching authority of the church
magisterium
visible head of the church
pope
present pope
john paul II
territory of a bishop
diocese
infallible when they teach with the pope on matters of faith
bishops
guides the pope, bishops and the entire church
holy spirit
all successors to the apostles
pope and bishops
A church leader serves all

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apostolic means universal

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False
not all bishops are priests

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False
infallibilty means the pope never makes a mistake

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False
pope and bishops are the offical teachers of the church

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True
the pope is also the bishop of rome

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True
The pope never engages in whole affairs

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False
Vatican City is in england

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False
st. peter was the first pope

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True
college of bishops means all bishops together

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True
cathedral comes from the latin word meaning "Wise"

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False
pope comes from the latin word meaning "father"

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True
preist elect the pope

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False
Monsignor is a honorary title given to some preists for service


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Synod is a meeting of bishops

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True
cardinals are lay people with positions in the church

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False
National conference of catholic bishiops meets twice a year and is made up of only american bishiops

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True