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Old 12-03-2021, 02:53 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Just another rube who doesn't recognize the sovereignty of the Papacy.


your so out of tune with the present way of just about everything...lessons needed here..

Though not currently worn as part of papal regalia, the papal tiara still appears on the coats of arms of the Holy See and the flag of Vatican City. Later in his reign John Paul II approved depictions of his arms without the tiara, as with the mosaic floor piece towards the entrance of St Peter's Basilica, where an ordinary mitre takes the place of the tiara. Otherwise, until the reign of Benedict XVI the tiara was also the ornament surmounting a Pope's personal coat of arms, as a tasseled hat (under which a 1969 Instruction of the Holy See forbade the placing of a mitre, a second hat)[40] surmounted those of other prelates. Pope Benedict XVI's personal coat of arms replaced the tiara with a mitre containing three levels reminiscent of the three tiers on the papal tiara.[41] The mitre was retained on Pope Francis' personal coat of arms.[citation needed]

In 2005, Pope Benedict XVI promulgated the document Ordo Rituum pro Ministerii Petrini initio Romae Episcopi that confirmed the choice of Pope John Paul II to refuse the tiara and the incoronation rite.[42][43]

In May 2011, also Pope Benedict XVI received a special tiara by Dieter Filippi,[44] a German chief executive officer of a telecommunication company who had commissionated the gift to an artisan laboratory located in Sofia.[45]

Each year, a small papal tiara is placed on the head of the famous bronze statue of Saint Peter in St. Peter's Basilica from the vigil of the Feast of the Cathedra of Saint Peter on 22 February until the Feast of Saints Peter and Paul on 29 June.[46] This custom was not observed in 2006, but was reintroduced in 2007.

even when it was in use..it was all about look at me I am rich you are poor..religion was just a joke card...
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