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  JOHN V
John V was a Syrian from the neighborhood of Antioch.
John was elected in a return to the ancient manner by the generality, that is, by the clergy and laity of Rome in the Lateran basilica.
John V died in the summer of 686 and was buried in St. Peter's on August 2.
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 Pope John XXII
Pope John XXII (1249 – December 4, 1334), born Jacques Duèze (or d'Euse), was pope from 1316 to 1334.
John XXII was neutral at first; but in 1323, when Louis IV had won and became Holy Roman Emperor, the Guelph (papal) party and the Ghibelline (imperial) party began a serious quarrel.
Pope John XXII was involved in a theological controversy involving the Beatific Vision.
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 Pope John V   (Site not responding. Last check: )
John's energy, learning, and moderation are highly praised by his biographer.
The necessity of waiting for the imperial confirmation of papal elections having been abolished by Constantine Pognatus, John was straightway conducted to the Lateran palace as pope.
Although the right of consecrating the bishops of the island was not one of his privileges, Citonatus of Cagliari proceeded to lay hands on the bishop-elect of Turris Libisonis.
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/j/john_v,pope.html   (296 words)

  
 Phoenician Popes
John V was born in Antioch which in antiquity was part of Phoenicia Maritima around the year 630.
This stand of the Pope Sergius inspired one of his successors, Pope Benedictus XIV, to say: �At the end of the seventh century, while the heresy was saddening the Patriarchy of Antioch, the Maronites, to protect themselves, decided to choose a patriarch approved by Their Holinessess�.
When the Pope�s representative was on his way to Constantinople to hand the Emperor the decisions taken by the Council, he was arrested and imprisoned by the Byzantine army, as were the other representatives of the Pope, in different Italian cities, where they were sent to publish the decisions taken by the Council.
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 Pope Betting | Next Pope Odds | Pope Election
The reason Popes began choosing a Papal name was because when a man named Mercurius was elected Pope it was considered unacceptable for a vicar of Jesus Christ to bear the name of a Pagan God, and so he chose the name John.
Pope John Paul II was the first non Italian to lead the Church in 455 years.
Pope Boniface II was the first Pope with German heritage (although not born in Germany).
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 John Pope Biography
Having served in the escort of Lincoln to the Washington inaugural ceremonies, Pope was named to be a brigadier of volunteers and performed organizational duties in Illinois before serving under Fremont in the Western Department.
Pope had no idea of the true situation on the field and was routed.
Pope then spent most of the balance of the war commanding the Department of the Northwest and dealing with the Sioux uprising.
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 Pope John XII: Encyclopedia topic   (Site not responding. Last check: )
As a temporal ruler John was devoid of the vigour and firmness of his father, and his usage of the papal office, through his controversial private life, he is said to have made a byword of reproach with his civil dignities.
John, bishop of Narni (Narni: narni is an old hilltown of umbria in central italy, overhanging a narrow gorge of...
The manner of his death is uncertain, although it was rumored that John was murdered by a jealous husband whose wife had been discovered receiving the sexual affections of the Pope.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /reference/pope_john_xii2   (576 words)

  
 Pope - Conservapedia
The Pope (from Greek papas, father) is the head of the Catholic Church and the Head of State of the State of the Vatican City; the Bishop of Rome, who, as successor of St.
The pope is distinguished by the use of the tiara or triple crown.
Critics of the papacy claim that past Popes who claimed successorship to St. Peter, such as Callixtus III and Alexander VI from the Borgia family, were so corrupt as to be unfit to wield power.
www.conservapedia.com /Pope   (555 words)

  
 The Pope Blog: Pope Benedict XVI
At one point early in the lecture, the Pope refers to a 14th century dialogue between Byzantine emporer Manuel II Paleologus and a Persian scholar.
Pope Benedict XVI condemned the violence between Israel and Lebanon on Sunday, saying, "The causes of such fierce confrontation are unfortunately objective situations of violation of law and justice." He has urged that the two sides meet for talks.
Pope Benedict said that in his view, the G8 statement "indicates the path" that should be taken toward peace in the Middle East.
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 The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Guide to documents and events (76-2005)
The pope succeeded in obtaining from Constantine the abolition of the tax customarily paid to the exarch at papal elections, but in return the emperor stipulated that the earlier, time-consuming practice of seeking imperial ratification from Constantinople rather than from Ravenna should be restored.
The pope obtained from the emperor the abrogation of the imperial placet.
The emperor agreed, in response to the pope's petition, that in future papal elections should be ratified by the exarch in Italy (at Ravenna) not by Constantinople, thereby enabling the pope-elect to assume office with the minimum delay.
www.fiu.edu /~mirandas/guide-vii.htm   (815 words)

  
 Second Vatican Council
Pope John had launched the Second Vatican Council on a positive note, setting as its purposes the updating and renewal (aggiornamento) of the Roman Catholic church and achievement of Christian and human unity.
Pope Paul VI suspended him from the exercise of his functions as priest and bishop in 1976, but he continued his activities, including ordination of priests to serve traditionalist churches.
Pope Pius IX died in 1878, and five popes had come and gone before the Second Vatican Council was proclaimed by Pope John XXIII.
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Pope Sylvester sent two legates to represent him Vitus and Vincentius, and it seems that it was the Pope who suggested the term consubstantial to describe the relation of Christ's nature to the Father.
JOHN I 523 -526 John, a Tuscan, the Archdeacon of the Roman clergy, was elected to succeed St.
He summoned Pope John to Ravenna and imposed upon him the decidedly disagreeable task of going to Constantinople at the head of this embassy to ask the orthodox emperor to restore the churches to the Arians.
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 POPES OF LEBANESE PHOENICIAN AND EASTERN ORIGIN POPES OF LEBANESE PHOENICIAN AND EASTERN ORIGIN
This stand of the Pope Sergius inspired one of his successors, Pope Benedictus XIV, to say: ”At the end of the seventh century, while the heresy was saddening the Patriarchy of Antioch, the Maronites, to protect themselves, decided to choose a patriarch approved by Their Holinessess”.
As for the pope Constantine I, he died on the ninth of April of 715 and was buried in Saint Peter’s Cathedral in the Vatican.
When the Pope’s representative was on his way to Constantinople to hand the Emperor the decisions taken by the Council, he was arrested and imprisoned by the Byzantine army, as were the other representatives of the Pope, in different Italian cities, where they were sent to publish the decisions taken by the Council.
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 Interesting Facts
Their continual presence guarantees the preservation of truth when the Pope and Magisterium, who are successors of Peter and the Apostles, issue statements under certain conditions on faith and morals.
The first Pope and only pope to visit the White House was Pope John Paul II, who came during the Carter presidency in 1979.
Pope John Paul II motto is "De labore Solis" meaning "from the labor of the sun".
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 John XIII
Formerly known as Peter, bishop of Pavia and chancellor of Italy, he was elected in Nov. 983, by the influence of Otto II.
During his pontificate the political power in Rome was in the hands of John Crescentius IL, and the papacy enjoyed little consideration abroad, as is shown by the history of the Reims contest (see SYLVESTER IL).
John was disposed to accede, but the monastic reformers raised such a storm of protest that the negotiations were broken off.
www.ccel.org /s/schaff/encyc/encyc06/htm/ii.v.htm   (829 words)

  
 THE AVIGNON PAPACY
He accepted King John of England as a feudal vassal (John was seeking a means to avoid submission to a Parliament and the Magna Charta).
All seven Popes during the period are French making this the longest string of non-Italian Popes on record.
John demanded annates, a tenth of all clerical income, along with the full first year's income from any new office holder.
www.christianchronicler.com /history1/avignon_papacy.html   (1696 words)

  
 The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Creations of Cardinals of the VII Century
Elected pope in October 638, had to wait for the imperial mandate to be consecrated until May 28, 640.
Paschal, archdeacon of Rome under Pope Conon, had him elected antipope in 687 It is not known if he was a cardinal.
John V (685-686) - No names of new cardinals are found in his pontificate
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It was no doubt the possession of these virtues which caused him to be elected pope in the basilica of St. John Lateran.
The necessity of waiting for the imperial confirmation of papal elections having been abolished by Constantine Pognatus, John was straightway conducted to the Lateran palace as pope.
Although the right of consecrating the bishops of the island was not one of his privileges, Citonatus of Cagliari proceeded to lay hands on the bishop-elect of Turris Libisonis.
www.hismercy.ca /content/church_docs/listpopes/p50-99/p082-John5.html   (268 words)

  
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John III was a Roman, the son of a nobleman, Anastasius.
The main features of John's pontificate are his relations with General Narses, his ill advised reinstatement of two Gallic bishops, and his care for the monuments of Christian antiquity.
John III died July 13, 574, and was buried in St. Peter's.
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 Pope John Paul the most revered human being on earth popejohnpaul.com
Karol Josef Wojtyla (pronounced Voy-tee-wah) was born in Wadowice, Poland on May 18, 1920, to an administrative officer in the Polish army and a former schoolteacher.
On October 16, 1978, at age 58, he was elected to succeed Pope John Paul I. He was the first Polish pope and also the first non-Italian pope since Pope Adrian VI in 1522.
That same year Pope John Paul II suffered severe wounds when he was shot as he entered St. Peter's Square to address a general audience.
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 November 10, 1999 BARQUE OF PETER (nov10bar.htm)
John Hardon, S.J. "Dictionary of Saints" by John J. Delaney; "Butler's Lives of the Saints" from Benziger Brothers; "Saints of the Roman Calendar" by Enzo Lodi and Fr.
Pope John V was selected to succeed him on July 23, 685 but, like his predecessors, lived only a year passing away on August 2, 686.
Another one-year Pope followed John in the person of Pope Conon from Thrase who was elected on October 21, 686 and died on September 21, 687.
www.dailycatholic.org /issue/99Nov/nov10bar.htm   (1180 words)

  
 EIPS - What Pope John Paul II Really Believes About Himself and England
John Paul II as the Head of the Roman Catholic Church believes and upholds the whole system of Roman dogmas; the decrees and teachings of the so-called infallible popes who went before him.
John’s Concession of the Kingdom to the Pope
POPE JOHN PAUL II BELIEVES THAT HER MAJESTY QUEEN ELIZABETH II IS A USURPER ON THE THRONE AS THE DESCENDANT OF QUEEN ELIZABETH 1 WHOM ONE OF HIS PREDECESSORS EXCOMMUNICATED AND DAMNED.
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 frontline: john paul II - the millennial pope | PBS
FRONTLINE's "Pope John Paul II-The Millennial Pope," a bold and innovative new biography on this controversial world leader, is a journey through the 20th century to the sources of John Paul II's character and beliefs and the passionate reaction to him.
Their stories are evocative of major themes in the Pope's life: the shaping influence of his youth in Poland, his remarkable relationship with Jews, his part in the fall of communism in Eastern Europe, his battle with liberation theology, his repudiation of the ordination of women, and his relentless exhortation to faith.
The film is a journey through the 20th century to the sources of Pope John Paul II's character and beliefs, and a journey into the passionate reaction to him.
www.pbs.org /wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/pope   (335 words)

  
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The title pope, once used with far greater latitude (see below, section V), is at present employed solely to denote the Bishop of Rome, who, in virtue of his position as successor of St. Peter, is the chief pastor of the whole Church, the Vicar of Christ upon earth.
The title of universal bishop occurs as early as the eighth century; and in 1413 the faculty of Paris rejected the proposition of John Hus that the pope was not universal bishop (Natalis Alexander, 'Hist.
These ordinances were not, however, in any sense the source of the pope's jurisdiction, which rested on Divine institution; they were civil sanctions enabling the pope to avail himself of the civil machinery of the empire in discharging the duties of his office.
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 Saint Patrick's Church: Saints of May 18
Saint John became archdeacon in Rome, and on August 13, 523, was elected pope to succeed Saint Hormisdas.
Pope Saint John is responsible for introducing to the West the Alexandrian calculation for the date of Easter (Attwater2, Benedictines, Delaney, Farmer).
John I is depicted in art as looking through the bars of a prison or imprisoned with a deacon and a subdeacon.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Pope John XXII
of both candidates wrote to the future pope to obtain recognition of their choice, and also to seek for him imperial coronation.
to the pope, asking for and obtaining a delay of two months before appearing in the papal presence.
At Avignon on 25 August, 1330, he publicly acknowledged his guilt in the presence of the pope and the cardinals, whereupon the former gave him absolution and the kiss of peace.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/08431a.htm   (2381 words)

  
 Trekking with the Pope
It was 8:00 o'clock inside the walls of Vatican City and the most traveled Pope in the history of the Church prepared to depart on another mission.
Tapping a device on his fl robe, he spoke: "One ready to beam up." Pope John Paul V was encased in shimmering light and sound.
He picked up a nice-looking apple John Paul had not touched, and walked from the room.
conventhill.com /trek   (140 words)

  
 The Fugitive Pope
After the thirty day reign and assassination of his predecessor, he assumed the papacy as Pope John Paul II 2 (the current pope, 1990) and now controls an organization in America, called the Jewish Federation and one of its many branches, the Cult Awareness Network which kidnaps and "deprograms" Christians and other victims.
5 The "media pope," John Paul II, constantly issues lies such as, "I feel sorry for the World War II Jewish people." If he feels so sorry for the Jews, why does he not recognize Israel as a state (as though it were important that this Nazi war criminal religious faker acknowledges anything).
John Paul II shows up again falsifying passports for Catholic Nazi war criminals 8 for their escape to Hong Kong, the Middle East, South America, and all over the world.
www.alamoministries.com /content/english/Antichrist/Fugitive_Pope.html   (4270 words)

  
 The "unofficial" Pope John Paul II
Pope John Paul II (1920-) is said to be the most recognized person in the world.
He is the most traveled Pope in the 2,000 year history of the Church and speaks eight languages.
Born Karol Joseph Wojtyla (pronounced Voy-tee-wah) in Wadowice, Poland on May 18, 1920 to an administrative officer in the Polish army and a former schoolteacher.
www.zpub.com /un/pope   (396 words)

  
 Pope - Christianity Knowledge Base
The Pope, also known as the Bishop of Rome, is the head of the Roman Catholic Church.
Catholics believe that Simon Peter was the first pope.
The current Pope is known as Benedict XVI.
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