Examples of pope in a Sentence
The cardinals elected a new pope.
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On Christmas Day, 1853, a mob of Germans protested a visit by Archbishop Gaetano Bedini, ambassador to the pope, burning him in effigy over his role in the recent revolutions in Europe.
In Rome, Harbaugh sang opera and had a photo op with the pope.
CHICAGO (AP) — Presenting the pope with a Michigan football helmet and a pair of Air Jordans wasn’t the only highlight in Jim Harbaugh’s trip to Rome this spring.
The pope’s words seemed to be in the background at the conference.
Ghost, a Swedish band also known as Ghost B.C. in the U.S., has a kind of anti-pope figure fronting the band and a gang of masked ghouls in demonic ecclesiastical robes backing him.
London (AP) -- A terminally ill British child has attracted the attention of both the president of the United States and the pope.
In that case, too, the pope, then John Paul II, and the president, George W. Bush, weighed in.
For several years, neighboring countries and international actors, even the pope, have tried to help stem Venezuela’s mounting crises.
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Origin and Etymology of pope
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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: the head of the Roman Catholic Church
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