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HISTORY of Christian Theology

is a Latin word derived from the Greek word for “chair,” and is used to refer to the seat of a bishop’s authority. Consequently, the home church building where a bishop presides is call a cathedral. Pursuant to Vatican I in 1870, when a pope speaks ex cathedra (“from the chair” of Peter) his decrees are infallible.

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