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THE POPE'S METHOD OF CONTROL

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mustafa El Ghandour

on 6 March 2015

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Transcript of THE POPE'S METHOD OF CONTROL

THE POPE'S METHOD OF CONTROL
By: Mustafa E. and Adel 8E
Europe
A piece of land (resembling a fief) that is ruled legally by a bishop (resembling a lower vassal).
DIOCESE
ARCHDIOCESE
A relatively large piece of land that is ruled over by an archbishop (resembling a higher vassal).
PARISH
The land surrounding the parish church. It usually has all of the church's needs. It is basically an administrative division that is also led morally by the parish priest.
PARISH CHURCH
The church in which the whole parish revolves around. It is also the main place of religion in a parish. Controlled by the parish priest.
POPE
Gives archbishops his commands.
METHOD OF CONTROL:
Archbishop executes the command and passes it on to nearby bishops.
Bishop executes the command and passes it command down to the parish priest.
Parish priest executes the Pope's commands and passes it down to the church workers in the parish. The cycle ends there.
This is how the Pope maintained control and order throughout the land. He split the land into dioceses and archdioceses, then appointed bishops and archbishops to rule over them, He created parishes in each diocese so that the land could be divided into subdivisions and administrative divisions. He appointed parish priests to control the parishes and their churches morally. He used a very stable and successful system that is STILL used today. It is a perfect method of control.
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