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Re: the first sentence in this article
Is it not redundant to say "Latin Rite of the ROMAN Catholic Church" as Latin and Roman are equivalent verbiage? Its no big deal but it does seem a bit awkward, IMO. Micael (talk) 21:50, 26 April 2014 (UTC)
Dean of boking
It is Dean of boking or Dean of booking ??? Thanks a lot Guilhem06 15:26, 23 April 2007 (UTC)
- Boking. It's nowadays in Essex, but I think it was part of the historical East Anglia. TCC (talk) (contribs) 23:53, 23 April 2007 (UTC)
Vicariate and Deanery
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Erie has three Vicariates -- East, North, and West Vicariate. Map of Erie Diocese And each vicariate has several deaneries. See Deanery. This level of administration below a diocese is seen today in at least three dioceses in the US, probably more. In Wikipedia, Vicariate redirects to Vicar, so I added a disambiguation note at Vicar recommending that those looking for Vicariate may also wish to look at Deanery. It explains in some detail the Canon that allows a vicariate to be formed. Deanery contains a link to Vicar Forane, but that link redirects to Archpriest, which says the position is arcane except in Rome and a few other sites. Someone who knows more about the Roman Catholic church may wish to revamp Wikipedia's assessment of vicariates and include at least a mention of them under diocese and parish. Pat 05:49, 9 May 2007 (UTC)
Merge from Protopope
The Wikipedia article Protopope contains much useful information that is relevant here--though its inclusion would considerably lengthen this article. If it is deemed best not to merge the two, a prominent link from this article to taht one should IMHO be placed in this article. Any opinions? MishaPan (talk) 18:13, 11 January 2008 (UTC)