Cardinality is a common abbreviation for cardinality of the Christian Church, or its highest ecclesiastical office.
This term, which refers to the position held by a church official, has become somewhat controversial in recent years.
Some claim the term should be reserved for church leaders who have a high degree of infallibility and have the power to make life or death decisions.
But some argue that the term is used to refer to the office of pope, which is not held by any church official.
Pope Francis’ first term as pope, from December 2018 to December 2021, marked a significant change in Catholic church history.
Pope Benedict XVI, who had been pope for 28 years, left office with the support of the Roman Catholic Church.
But Francis, who was elected pope in March 2017, has taken a more progressive approach to Church politics.
Pope Pope Francis speaks during a news conference in Rome, Italy, November 24, 2017.
Pope, who is a Catholic, was elected in a vote that was not held in previous pontiffs’ presidencies.
Pope says church ‘incompetent’ In a press conference on Wednesday, Pope Francis acknowledged the importance of the pope as the head of the Church and the authority to interpret church teaching.
“We have to accept that the office that we have in the Church is a great responsibility,” Francis said.
“I am convinced that the Church has a greater responsibility than we can understand and is in the end responsible for the problems of humanity.” “
Francis said he was open to discussion about how to reform the church. “
I am convinced that the Church has a greater responsibility than we can understand and is in the end responsible for the problems of humanity.”
Francis said he was open to discussion about how to reform the church.
“If we want to change the Church, we can always start by understanding and talking to one another,” he said.
He also called for a more active role for the pope, saying he does not want to take the role lightly.
Francis said the Church needs to be open to dialogue and said the Pope needs to speak to people and listen to them.
He said that the pope must also be able to defend the Church’s teachings, particularly its stance on homosexuality.
Francis made clear that the Pope has a unique role in the church, and that he is not someone who will have a say on church doctrine.
He called the church “a global institution that is in competition with itself and that is not a role I will ever have in.”
Francis’ approach to social issues Francis has also addressed the issue of homosexuality and abortion, which are closely tied to his social agenda.
Francis has repeatedly called for changes to the country’s abortion law.
The Pope said the abortion debate should be “in dialogue” with the church on social issues.
Francis is expected to issue an encyclical on social justice on March 26, but the pontiff has not yet published his own statement on the subject.