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Clergy (Christian)
Russian Orthodox Episcopal Ordination.jpg
Major orders
Bishop - Priest - Deacon
Minor orders
Subdeacon - Reader
Cantor - Acolyte
Other orders
Chorepiscopos - Exorcist
Doorkeeper - Deaconess
Episcopal titles
Pope - Patriarch - Cardinal - Catholicos
Archbishop - Metropolitan
Auxiliary bishop -

Chorbishop - Titular bishop
Major Archbishop

Priestly titles
Archimandrite - Protopresbyter
Archpriest - Protosyngellos
Economos
Diaconal titles
Archdeacon - Protodeacon - Hierodeacon
Minor titles
Lampadarios
Monastic titles
Abbot - Igumen
Related
Ordination - Vestments
Presbeia - Honorifics
Clergy awards - Exarch
Proistamenos - Vicar

Pope (Greek: παπάς (papas); Latin: papapapa: an affectionate diminutive for father) is a religious title traditionally accorded to the Bishop of Alexandria and the Bishop of Rome, as well as several other religious figures.

Pope is also a surname, and has been used as a place name.

Religious offices

Religious figures


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