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Questions regarding ordained or consecrated member of the Christian clergy who is generally entrusted with a position of authority and oversight.

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paraphrases or glosses. More into speculating why only bishops are authorized to say Pax Vobiscum: Pax vobis (or pax vobiscum) are the words Our Lord used in John 20:21 to give peace to his … apostles and to send them out to give His peace to others. It seems initially to have been used only by the Pope, a usage transfer to the bishops in the middle ages, as more or more areas of the West …
answered Mar 26 '19 by Monica Labbao