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The Catholic Church is organized in a worldwide hierarchy under the Pope, the Bishop of Rome (Holy See) based in Vatican City. The Catholic Church is organized into local hierarchies within each nation, or group of smaller nations. National Conferences of bishops co-ordinate local policy within each nation.

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  • Global organisation of the Catholic Church
  • Podział administracyjny Kościoła katolickiego
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  • Podział administracyjny Kościoła katolickiego – wynikający z hierarchicznego charakteru Kościoła katolickiego podział na określone przez prawo kanoniczne jednostki terytorialne, zależne wobec siebie. Ich podstawą prawną są kanony od 431 do 572 kodeksu prawa kanonicznego z 1983 dla Kościoła łacińskiego, oraz kanony 63 do 321 kodeksu kanonów Kościołów wschodnich dla Katolickich Kościołów wschodnich.
  • The Catholic Church is organized in a worldwide hierarchy under the Pope, the Bishop of Rome (Holy See) based in Vatican City. The Catholic Church is organized into local hierarchies within each nation, or group of smaller nations. National Conferences of bishops co-ordinate local policy within each nation.
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