Talk:Timeline of Orthodox Church and Roman Catholic relations
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The entry for the year 135 is inconsistent with other articles within Orthodoxwiki. These include Pope, and Heraklas_of_Alexandria. Neither is it consistent with the Wikipedia article [], nor even the Catholic Encyclopedia article [The Pope] (see under "Primacy of honour: titles and insignia in subsection under the section "Title" entitled "Pope")
As the origin of "Pope" is from the word "papa", for father, it was in common usage as a greeting of respect. The formal use as a title for an office or position appears to have come later, as noted in the above links. I suggest the line in this article should be deleted unless there is some substantiating references. Wsk 16:56, January 18, 2009 (UTC)
- I would hope that we can actually track down a solid date for the first use of the term as a title for Rome's bishop. I'll try to look into that at some point, or perhaps someone else can. —Fr. Andrew talk contribs (THINK!) 12:41, January 19, 2009 (UTC)
A proposed draft template / subject organizer ...initial work in progress (requiring cleanup) ...would require the input of a priest or theologian to organize and name the various sections, and decide what topics to include.
Angellight 888 14:11, April 9, 2011 (UTC)
- Wow. This is gigantic. I think a lot would need to be cut just to keep it from totally overwhelming almost any article.
- A lot of this also strikes me as a bit problematic. For instance, we don't really have a common theology of all the sacraments.