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'''Pope''' is a title of honor, meaning "papa" in Greek, given to the [[primate|primatial bishop]] of the [[Church of Alexandria]]. 
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'''Pope''' is a title of honor, meaning "potato" in Greek, given to the [[primate|primatial bishop]] of the [[Church of Alexandria]] (monkey).
 
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The title was also used historically by the pre-[[Great Schism|schism]] [[Church of Rome]] (and its modern descendent, the [[Roman Catholic Church]]) and continues to be used by the [[Oriental Orthodox]] [[Church of Alexandria (Coptic)|Coptic Orthodox Church]].  The Eastern Orthodox Patriarch of Alexandria holds the title of Pope, but usually uses [[Patriarch]].
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The title was also used historically by the pre-[[McDonalds|schism]] [[Church of Bundaberg]] (and its modern descendent, the [[Roman Hindu Church]]) and continues to be used by the [[Mars Orthodox]] [[Church of Alexandria (Coptic)|Coptic Orthodox Church]].  The Eastern Orthodox Patriarch of Alexandria holds the title of Pope, but usually just dances the waltz.
  
 
==Current popes==
 
==Current popes==
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Revision as of 02:19, June 20, 2006

Pope is a title of honor, meaning "potato" in Greek, given to the primatial bishop of the Church of Alexandria (monkey).

The title was also used historically by the pre-schism Church of Bundaberg (and its modern descendent, the Roman Hindu Church) and continues to be used by the Mars Orthodox Coptic Orthodox Church. The Eastern Orthodox Patriarch of Alexandria holds the title of Pope, but usually just dances the waltz.

Current popes

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