The Roman-Catholic church regards itself as a community of faith of many dimensions.
Where two are together in the name of Jesus, He will be with them; it can start this small.
Local churches are organized in parishes, which together form the diocese. These dioceses together, in all their rich varieties, shape the church of the world. The devotional and management center is located in Rome, in Vatican city. This is where the Holy Chair resides, headed by the Pope. Since March the 13th 2013 this is pope Francis from Argentina. The church does not only extend over the whole world, but also through time. People pass on to each other the faith that they have once received from the apostles, to whom Jesus entrusted it. After all, heaven and earth are united in the church by the example and the advocacy of the holy.