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|This article forms part of the series|
|Bishop - Priest - Deacon|
|Subdeacon - Reader|
Cantor - Acolyte
|Chorepiscopos - Exorcist|
Doorkeeper - Deaconess
|Pope - Patriarch - Cardinal - Catholicos|
Archbishop - Metropolitan
Auxiliary bishop -
|Archimandrite - Protopresbyter|
Archpriest - Protosyngellos
|Archdeacon - Protodeacon - Hierodeacon|
|Abbot - Igumen|
|Ordination - Vestments|
Presbeia - Honorifics
Clergy awards - Exarch
Proistamenos - Vicar
Pope (Greek: παπάς (papas); Latin: papa: 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.
- Pope of the Roman Catholic Church, the head of the Catholic Church and sovereign of the State of the Vatican City
- Pope of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria, the Primate of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria, also referred to as Pope and Lord Archbishop of the Great City of Alexandria and Patriarch of all Africa on the Holy Apostolic Throne of Saint Mark the Evangelist and Holy Apostle
- The Chalcedonian (Greek Orthodox) Patriarch of Alexandria, the Primate of the Greek Orthodox Church of Alexandria, also referred to as Pope and Patriarch of Alexandria and All Africa
- The Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church
- Head of the Russian Orthodox Old-Rite Church
- An antipope
- A Discordian Pope
- Pope Benedict XVI, the current Catholic Pope
- A list of Popes of the Catholic Church
- Pope Shenouda III of Alexandria, the current Coptic Orthodox Pope
- Patriarch Theodore II of Alexandria, the current Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Alexandria
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