Some articles on catholic, rite, rite catholic:
... The Catholic Patriarchs of the East are generally speaking the head bishops of some of the autonomous Eastern Catholic Churches ... authority over all bishops of a particular eastern rite church ... Perhaps the most striking example is that in most Eastern Catholic Churches, ordination of married men to the priesthood is routine (although no priest may marry after ordination, and only celibate priests may ...
... In the Latin Rite of the Catholic Church, the choir dress of a bishop includes the purple cassock with amaranth trim, rochet, purple zucchetto (skull cap), purple biretta, and pectoral cross ... The coat of arms of a Latin Rite Catholic bishop usually displays a galero with a cross and crosier behind the escutcheon the specifics differ by location and ecclesiastical rank (see ... choir dress of Anglican bishops is quite different from that of their Catholic counterparts it consists of a long rochet which is worn with a chimere ...
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“In fact what America expects of its citizens and what the Catholic Church expects of the faithful are sometimes so different that they lead to an enormous ker-KLUNK between democracy and theology.”
—Anna Quindlen (b. 1952)
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