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Roman Catholic vs Catholic
I think that the term Catholic Church is preferred at Wikipedia. You can see how the rest of the articles are named. I don't consider it a big issue though, just for the sake of uniformity. Also, I dislike the redirects. :) --Governor Sheng (talk) 18:19, 24 December 2017 (UTC)
I personally have a issue with changing the Popes pages as not all Catholic Churches consider the pope the pope. They will argue that he is the bishop of Rome and that's all. The interweaving of the churches are interesting. However it is my opinion that this case they links should be specific. Especially do to the differences in associations depending on the time period. Krj373*(talk), *(contrib) 18:49, 24 December 2017 (UTC)
- That is true. However, I'm more inclined to go by the common name. Though the Eastern Orthodox churches (and by this I include Oriental Orthodox churches) consider themselves to be catholic i. e. universal, so does the Catholic Church consider itself to be orthodox i. e. truthful in doctrine. Nevertheless, it is common to denote the Church of the West (or Western/Roman Patriarchate, per the Eastern Orthodox terminology) as the Catholic Church, while the churches of the East are referred to as Orthodox churches (as opposed to schismatic, which was a common term of Catholic theologians for the Eastern churches). Even many pages that previously did use the term Roman Catholic, now use the term Catholic Church. For example: Modernism in the Catholic Church, Homosexuality and the Catholic Church, Mariology of the Catholic Church, and even the Catholic Church article itself. --Governor Sheng (talk) 19:35, 24 December 2017 (UTC)
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