Examples of pope in a Sentence
The cardinals elected a new pope.
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In reality, the pope’s ruling had been a long time coming.
The devout Catholic was cruelly denied his greatest dream when he was deliberately left out of a meeting with the pope during Trump's trip to the Vatican.
The pope also met with families of 9/11 victims before speaking at an interfaith service at the memorial.
But Trump's vision for foreign relations and diplomacy has been starkly different from that promoted by the pope.
But victim’s groups say the Vatican and the pope have not gone far enough, particularly in making bishops accountable for covering up or mishandling cases of child abuse.
Likely the oldest color in the spectrum, red ocher was the first pigment to be used in cave paintings, and its been associated with nobility, revolutionaries, prostitutes, and popes.
The pope's day will culminate with a Mass on Friday evening at Madison Square Garden.
Soon kingdoms plunged into chaos and war, burning heretics and hanging traitors under orders from popes and queens.
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Origin and Etymology of pope
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
Definition of Pope
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Definition of pope for English Language Learners
: the head of the Roman Catholic Church
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