In another Catholic Answers tract, The Authority of the Pope: Part I, we looked at the views of the popes and the other Church Fathers up to the year A.D. 341 and showed that they recognized the unique authority of the pope, the bishop of Rome, in his role as the successor of Peter.
In this tract, we will see that the later popes and Church Fathers retained a similar understanding of the Petrine office.
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