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  Antipope Anacletus II - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1130, Pope Honorius II was dying and Pierloni was determined to succeed him, even if it meant huge bribery.
He was elected as Pope Innocent II, but the Pierloni faction did not accept the result and proclaimed him as Anacletus II.
Due to Roger's powerful support of Anacletus, Innocent II was forced to leave Rome and live in Pisa, while Anacletus occupied Rome.
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 Catholic-Pages.com | Discussion Forum - Jewish Popes   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Despite the recent media frenzy over the death of Pope John Paul II and the subsequent election of his successor Cardinal Ratzinger as Pope Benedict, no mention has been made in the media of the two, possibly four, popes who were of Jewish descent.
Anacletus II, whose original name was Pietro (Peter) Pierleone, was the great-grandson of a Roman Jew, Baruch Pierleone, who with his entire family had converted to Catholicism 100 years earlier on Easter of 1030.
Anacletus II studied in Paris and was made a monk in Cluny, France.
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 Pope Linus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
He was Pope for eleven to fifteen years; the Liberian Catalogue gives a duration of 12 years, 4 months and 12 days.
The Apostolic Church Elder Irenaeus claims that Pope Linus is the Linus mentioned by St. Paul in his 2 Timothy 4:21.
It cannot be positive whether this identification of the pope as being the Linus mentioned in II Timothy 4:21, goes back to an ancient and reliable source, or originated later on account of the similarity of the name.
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PriestMartyr Marcellinus, Pope of Rome, and the Martyrs Claudius, Cyrinus and Antoninus (+ 304).
PriestMartyr Marcellus, Pope of Rome, and Martyrs: Deacons -- Cisenius and Cyriacus, Soldiers -- Smaragdus, Largias, Apronian, Satyrninus, Papias and Maurus; Criscentian and WomenMartyrs Priscilla, Lucy and Artemia the Emperor's Daughter (+ 304, 305, 306, 310).
Pope Marcellinus appeared at the assembled Council in penitential hair-shirt, his head sprinkled with ashes, and he asked to be judged for his betrayal.
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The Cardinal's grandfather, named Leo after Pope Leo IX, who baptized him, was a faithful adherent of Gregory VII; Leo's son, Peter, from whom the family acquired the appellation of Pierleoni, became leader of the faction of the Roman nobility which was at enmity with the Frangipani.
The consecration was performed by the Bishop of Ostia, to whom that function specially belongs." Meanwhile Anacletus maintained his popularity in Rome by the lavish expenditure of his accumulated wealth and the plundered treasures of the churches.
When Anacletus died, the preference of the Romans for Innocent was so pronounced that the antipope, Victor IV, whom the party chose as his successor, soon came as a penitent to St. Bernard and by him was led to the feet of the Pope.
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 Pope Innocent II - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
September 24, 1143), was Pope from 1130-1143, and was probably one of the clergy in personal attendance on the antipope Clement III (Guibert of Ravenna).
In this capacity, he accompanied Pope Gelasius II when driven into France; and by Pope Callixtus II, he was appointed on various important missions, such as on that to Worms for concluding the peace accord with the emperor in 1122 (see Concordat of Worms), and on that to France in 1123.
On February 14, 1130, he was hurriedly chosen to succeed Honorius II; soon afterwards an opposition asserted itself which issued in the counter-election of Pietro Pierleoni as Pope Anacletus II.
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Pope Eugine III traveled to France to forward the Crusade but his secret mission is to seek the help of Conrad III of Germany (1138-1152) and Roger II of Sicily (1095-1154) to conduct a Holy War against the rebellious Romans.
Pope Eugine III (1145-1153) excommunicated Arnold of Brescia (d-1155) because he allied himself with the Rome commune and denounced the pope as a man of blood.
Pope Hadrian IV (1154-1159) approached the German King Frederick I Barbarossa (1152-1190) to conduct a Holy War against the Romans and William I of Sicily (1154-1160) who he said had attacked the papacy.
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 Read about Pope Innocent II at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research Pope Innocent II and learn about Pope Innocent II ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Pope Callixtus II, he was appointed on various important missions, such as on that to Worms for concluding the peace accord with the emperor in
The remaining years of this pope's life were almost as barren of permanent results as the first had been; his efforts to undo the mischief wrought in Rome by the long schism were almost entirely neutralized by a struggle with the town of Tivoli in which he became involved, and by a quarrel with
Louis VII of France, in the course of which that kingdom was laid under an interdict.
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When the then-current pope, Honorius II (1124-1130), fell ill and was about to die, the Pierleone family advanced the name of their own Pietro to be his successor.
In spite of all the scandalous charges made against him, Anacletus II ruled as pope in Rome for the rest of his life; he died in his sleep in 1138.
Anacletus II is referred to as an anti-pope.
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 Pope st anacletus information online from popeinfo.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Pope Linus: Information From Answers.com AD 76?, pope (AD 67?—AD 76?), martyr, an Italian; successor of St. Peter and predecessor of St. Cletus (or Anacletus).
Pope Clement I: Definition and Much More From Answers.com AD 97?, pope (AD 88?—AD 97?), martyr; successor of St. Cletus.
Preceded by: Saint Anacletus · Pope 88—98, Succeeded by: Saint Evaristus...
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 CONK! Encyclopedia: Clement_of_Rome   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Saint Clement I, the bishop of Rome also called Clement of Rome and Clemens Romanus, was either the third or fourth pope, before or after Anacletus.
Sometimes there is an addition of a millstone; keys; a fountain that sprung forth at his prayers; or with a book.
Clement is also the hero of an early Christian romance or novel that has survived in at least two different versions, known as the Clementine literature, where he is identified with Domitian's cousin T. Flavius Clemens.
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 Pope statue information online from popeinfo.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Opus Dei - News - The Pope blesses statue of St. Josemaría Opus Dei USA Opus Dei is a personal Prelature of the Catholic Church that helps ordinary lay people seek holiness in their work and everyday activities.
The Talking Statues of Rome In his role as a king, the pope was exposed to criticism and this was soon voiced...
The Albuquerque Tribune: Local Pope (spelled Po'Pay on the statue that will be unveiled at dedication ceremonies today) is a big departure from the 99 other people represented in the...
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Pope Celestine II (1143-44) had a certain Count Jordan condemned to a horrible death; he was strapped naked to a scalding iron chair while a red-hot crown was nailed to his head.
Pope Benedict XIII (1394-1417) gave a dispensation to the twenty-nine-year-old Richard II of England to marry Isabella, the seven-year-old daughter of the King of France.
Pope Benedict XII (1334-42) was such a hardened drinker that the expression "drunk as a pope" became popular in his lifetime.
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 Pope Clement I   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Saint Clement I, also called Clement of Rome and Clemens Romanus, was either the third or fourth pope, before or after Anacletus.
A 9th century tradition says he was martyred in the Crimea in 102, but earlier sources say he died a natural death.
In art, Saint Clement can be recognized as a pope with an anchor and fish.
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 pope cletus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
de:Anaklet Pope Anacletus, or Pope Anencletus, second bishop of Rome, perhaps the same person as Pope Cletus.
Eusebius, Irenaeus, Augustine and Optatus consider Cletus and Anacletus to be the same person, but differ in the order of the first popes: Irenaeus lists Linus, Anacletus, Clement, but Augustine and Optatus list Linus, Clement, Anacletus.
Catalogus Liberianus, Carmen contra Marcionem and Liber Pontificalis state that Anacletus and Cletus are different persons.
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 Pope Innocent II   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Excerpt from a mosaic in the church Santa Maria in Trastevere in Rome.
Pope Innocent II stands at the far left, beside Sts.
The Pope is depicted as the founder of the new building of Santa Maria, holding it in his arms.
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 Pope Anacletus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Pope Anacletus (also called Cletus) was pope from 76 to 88, the second successor of St. Peter.
There is some disagreement among Papal scholars as to whether Anacletus and Cletus are the same person.
Traditionally, Anacletus succeeded Pope Linus and was followed by Pope Clement I.
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 Kirkfleet VOL-A: Period C, Chapter 5
Anacletus was duly informed of Norbert's activity, and must have been acutely and incalculably disappointed.
Anacletus on his part thought to find in this event a favorable opportunity of coming in contact with Norbert, and in order perchance to gain him eventually to his party, proceeded with the greatest caution.
Norbert was commissioned to hand over to the Pope a letter in which King Lothaire again protested his deep respect for Pope Innocent, and announced his readiness to undertake the expedition to Rome against Anacletus.
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 Pope Alexander I - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Pope Alexander I   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Pope Alexander I - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Pope Alexander I. This and a lot more on Encyclopedia-Glossary.com
Alexander I was Pope from about 106 to 115.
Many have identified him as a martyr, but there appears to be no historical evidence supporting such a conclusion.
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 Pope Linus
Roman Catholicism identifies the saint Pope Linus as the second Pope, immediately following the apostle St.
The dates given for his papacy vary dramatically: most sources say that he became Pope in 67, the Catholic Encyclopedia gives 64, the Liber Pontificalis claims as early as 56 and the Liberian Catalogue 55, Eusebius on the other hand gives 69.
Almost nothing is known of his life, and all of the writings which were thought to have been written by him actually turned out to be fiction or unproveable.
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 History of the Mass (18histot.htm)
The result was the rightful heir to the keys of the kingdom - Pope Innocent II and the antipope Pope Anecletus II who was elected by a majority of cardinals who had been bribed by the Pierleoni clan.
With St. Bernard's influence, Milan embraced Innocent as the true Pope in 1136 and shortly after that Lothair returned at Innocent's request to settle the score with the schism makers in Italy.
Thus the Sicilian ruler baited the pope and his troops into a battle in a region called the Garigliano in which the papal contingent was badly defeated.
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 Lives of the Saints, July 13, Saint Anacletus, Eugenius
Saint Anacletus was the second successor to Saint Peter, by whom he was converted to the faith.
The last of these bishops was Saint Evaristus, who would succeed him; Saint Anacletus consecrated him the year before his death, foreseeing he could not long escape the fate of all the first Vicars of Christ.
Saint Anacletus was highly praised by Saint Ignatius of Antioch in a well-known letter.
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 pope clement i
Clement I, pope, generally known as Clement of Rome, or Clemens Romanus (c.
96), was one of the Apostolic Fathers, and in the lists of bishops of Rome is given the third or fourth place, either before or after Anacletus.
This must remain the standard edition, notwithstanding Dom Morin's most interesting discovery of a Latin version (1894), which was probably made in the 3rd century, and is a valuable addition, to the authorities for the text.
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 The Ecole Glossary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
After the death in 1130 of Honorius II, a majority of cardinals elected Pierleoni Pope Anacletus II, and a minority had earlier elected Gregory Papareschi Innocent II.
The 1134 Council of Pisa, convoked by Innocent, excommunicated Anacletus, who continued, with the aid of Roger II of Sicily, to hold Rome.
From 1136-37, Lothair II of the Holy Roman Empire attacked Rome and undermined popular support for Anacletus, who was suspected of wishing to turn the Church's material wealth over to the Jews.
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 Catholic Culture : Document Library : Was Peter the First Pope?
Pope Clement (88-97) wrote to the Church in Corinth in the year 96 to tell them to make changes in their attitudes and practices.
Pope Calixtus (217-222) overruled those bishops who excommunicated for life all apostates, adulterers, and murderers, regardless of their repentance.
Pope Dionysius (260-268) reprimanded Bishop Dionysius of Alexandria for misstatements on the Trinity.
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Irenaeus of Lyons, writing in the second century, reckons him as the fifth pope in succession from the Apostles, though he says nothing of his martyrdom.
The Felician Catalogue and the Martyrologies represent him as a martyr, and he is commemorated among the apostles and martyrs, after Saint Linus, Pope Anacletus I, Pope Clement I, in the canon of the mass.
Nevertheless as Pope Telesphorus being the first bishop of Rome designated a martyr by Irenaeus, the claim to the title of Sixtus and other early bishop of Rome, to the great majority of whom it has been since assigned, is doubtful.
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 religion: christianity: denominations: catholicism: reference: catholic-encyclopedia: c: Page 29 Spirit And Sky
The name given to the religious romance in two forms as composed by Pope St. Clement I. (Added: Thu Jan 01 2004) ID 45712
This name is only another form for Anacletus, the second successor of St. Peter.
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 Website dedicated to Society, Religion and Spirituality, Christianity, People, Saints, C & Saint Cletus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Anacletus - Brief article this pope, by Karen Rae Keck..
Catholic Encyclopedia: Pope St. Cletus - Says that "Cletus" is only another form of "Anacletus", briefly explains how the error of thinking the two names are two different popes came about, says that Cletus died in about 88..
Popes Through the Ages: St. Cletus - Short note on this pope and the difficulty over his name..
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