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Question 1: Currently the ________ teaches that all bishops are vicars of Christ.
Second Vatican CouncilEcumenical councilCatechism of the Catholic ChurchPope John Paul II

Question 2: This title is used by the ________ in their prayers for a dead pope[7], and the oath of allegiance to St. Boniface to Pope Gregory II[8].
Roman Catholic theologySummorum PontificumTridentine MassRoman Missal

Question 3: [1] The edition of ________ the Annuario Pontificio, the "Vicar of Jesus Christ" as the third official title of the Popes.
1998200620092007

Question 4: The third use of the term Vicar of Christ appears in the fifth century, in a synod of bishops to refer to ________.
Pope SilveriusPope Leo IPope Agapetus IPope Gelasius I

Question 5: During the ________, the title of Vicar of Christ was used in different ways, with implications for theological, pastoral or different time.
History of ChristianityHistory of medieval ChristianityTimeline of ChristianityHistory of the Catholic Church

Question 6: The title is now used in ________ to refer to the bishops[2] and more specifically to the Pope.
Catholic ChurchCrusadesEast–West SchismCatholicism

Question 7: The conspiracy theory of "Vicarius Filii Dei" (Vicar of the Son of God), supposedly considered an expansion of the historic title "Vicarius Christi", is a term used in the "________" to refer to Saint Peter.
Papal StatesDonation of ConstantineRomeConstantine I

Question 8: Another use of the title, with a different meaning, appeared in the Eastern Churches, in use between the century fifth and sixth, the term was used to refer to the ________,[9] showing the apex of caesaropapism.
List of Roman EmperorsRoman EmperorList of Byzantine emperorsConcise list of Roman Emperors

Question 9: Vicar of Christ (from ________ Vicarius Christi) Vicar of God is used as a title equivalent[1], is a term used in different ways, with connotations theological different throughout history.
Vulgar LatinLatinRoman EmpireOld Latin







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