Which aspect of the roman catholic church established in the 300s remains today?

Which aspect of the roman catholic church established in the 300s remains today?

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There are still popes so it would be that answer

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explanation:

B. The Roman Catholic Church remains the official church of the city of Rome.

Explanation:

    The Christian Church, born in Palestine, in Jerusalem, in the midst of the dominion of the Roman Empire, expanded rapidly and became official as the official religion of the Empire in the 4th century, expanding throughout Europe, Africa and parts of the East until the end of Antiquity.

It's A.

Explanation:

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The answer is A

Explanation:bc of common sense

The Roman Catholic Church's leader is still the bishop of Rome, or the pope.

the roman catholic church’s power structure remains unchanged.

the roman catholic church’s power structure remains unchanged.

Explanation:

The answer would be B.
The correct answer here is the option A.

The pope is the supreme leader of the Roman Catholic Church, and he is in fact the Bishop of Rome therefore the supreme pontiff which means the greatest priest. The current pope of the Roman Catholic Church is Francis who succeeded Benedict XVI. The pope  is also the Vatican's head of state.

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