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  Pope John XV - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John XV (born in Rome), pope from 984 to 996, generally recognized as the successor of Boniface VII, the pope John who was said to have ruled for four months after John XIV, being now omitted by the best authorities.
John XV was the son of Leo, a Roman presbyter.
At a Roman synod held in the Lateran on January 31, 993, Pope John XV solemnly canonized Bishop Ulrich of Augsburg, an event which the pope announced to the French and German bishops in a papal bull dated 3 February.
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 Pope John XIV - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John XIV (died August 20, 984), Pope from 983 to 984, successor to Benedict VII, was born at Pavia, and before his elevation to the papal chair was imperial chancellor of Otto II, and was the latter's second choice.
Antipope Boniface VII, on the strength of the popular feeling against the new pope, returned from Constantinople and placed John in prison, in Castel Sant'Angelo, where he died either by starvation or poison.
Died on August 20, 984; Popes Benedict XIV and Pius X also died on August 20.
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 Pope John XXIII - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pope John XXIII excommunicated Fidel Castro on January 3, 1962 in line with a 1949 decree by Pope Pius XII forbidding Catholics from supporting communist governments.
Pope John XXIII died of stomach cancer on June 3 1963, at the age of 81.
According to one theory, Pope John was actually an antipope, and the real pope was Giuseppe Cardinal Siri, elected in the 1958 conclave when what may have been white smoke was first seen.
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 f. The Papacy and Italy. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
Pope Leo VIII was expelled by the Romans shortly after his election, and Benedict V was elected (964) by the Romans without imperial consent.
Pope John XIII (elected with imperial cooperation) was soon expelled by the Romans, and Otto, after a terrible vengeance on Rome, restored him.
Otto crushed Crescentius I, duke of the Romans, restored Pope Benedict VII (981), and was utterly defeated in his effort to expel the Saracens from southern Italy by a Greco-Muslim alliance (982).
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 John - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John the Apostle, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus.
John the Evangelist, to whom the Gospel of John is attributed, often along with 1 John, 2 John, 3 John, and Revelation.
A Dear John letter is a correspondence in which a woman informs her fiancé or boyfriend of her intention to sever their romantic relationship, typically in situations where the man is stationed, as with the military, in a distant location for a period of time.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: St. Bernard of Clairvaux
According to the desire of the latter, the pope went to Liège to consult with the emperor upon the best means to be taken for his return to Rome, for it was there that Lothaire was to receive the imperial crown from the hands of the pope.
From Liège, the pope returned to France, paid a visit to the Abbey of St. Denis, and then to Clairvaux where his reception was of a simple and purely religious character.
After the council the pope paid a visit to Clairvaux, where he held a general chapter of the order and was able to realize the prosperity of which Bernard was the soul.
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 Pope John Paul II
Pope John Paul II was born in 1920 in Wadowice, Poland, a small city just outside Cracow.
Pope John Paul II, like many Popes before him, is generally considered by Catholics to be the sovereign "Vicar of Christ," Christ's representative here on the earth.
Pope John Paul II himself doesn't entirely agree with all of his predecessors.
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 John - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Saint John of Jerusalem aka John the Baptist, is also the patron saint of the Order of St John
In North America only, a john is a reference to a toilet, perhaps after the name of Sir John Harington who invented it.
A John is also a nickname for a man who pays a prostitute for sexual favors.
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 John biography .ms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
John the Apostle, to whom the Gospel of John is attributed
John the Evangelist, traditionally identified with the apostle, and to whom the books 1 John, 2 John, 3 John, and Revelation are attributed.
The john is also a nickname for the toilet, perhaps after the name of Sir John Harington who invented it.
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 The Cause of Venerable John Henry Newman
John Henry Newman was born into an English Protestant world that was, at best, wary of the concept of sainthood.
It was the cherished hope of Pope Paul VI that he would be able to mark the Holy Year of 1975 with the Beatification of John Henry Newman, but the lack of documentary progress obstructed this.
In January 1991 Pope John Paul II declared that John Henry Newman had exercised all of the Christian virtues in an heroic degree, and was henceforth to be known as ‘Venerable’.
www.birmingham-oratory.org.uk /Cause.htm   (835 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Pope John XIV
John XV, pope from 984 to 996, generally recognized as the successor of Boniface VII, the pope John who was said to have ruled for four months after John XIV, being now omitted by the best authorities.
Benedict XIV, born Prospero Lorenzo Lambertini (Bologna, March 31, 1675 – Rome, May 3, 1758), was pope from 1740 to 1758.
His Holiness Pope Saint Pius X, born Giuseppe Melchiorre Sarto (June 2, 1835 – August 20, 1914), was Pope from 1903 to 1914, succeeding Pope Leo XIII.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Pope John XIV
After the death of Benedict VII, Bishop Peter Campanora of Pavia, earlier imperial chancellor of Italy, was elected pope with the consent of Emperor Otto II, and was crowned at the end of November or beginning of December, 983, when he took the name of John.
On 7 December of the same year the young emperor, Otto II, died at Rome, prepared for death by the pope, and was buried in the vestibule of St.
After four months the unhappy John XIV died in prison on 20 August, 984, either from starvation and misery or murdered by order of Boniface.
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 AIC - List of Heresies
The title of pope or universal bishop, was first given to the bishop of Rome by the wicked emperor Phocas, in the year 610AD.
The Creed of Pope Pius IV was imposed as the official creed 1560 years after Christ and the apostles, in 1560AD.
Pope Pius X, in the year 1907, condemned together with 'Modernism", all the discoveries of modern science which are not approved by the Church...
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 John XXIII - Aeterna Dei Sapientia
POPE ST. LEO I: To the Venerable Brethren the Patriarchs, Primates, Archbishops, Bishops, and other Local Ordinaries in Peace and Communion with the Apostolic See: Commemorating the fifteenth centenary of the death of St. Leo the Great, Pope and Doctor of the Church.
At the request of the court of Ravenna the Pope sent St. Leo to Gaul to settle a dispute between the patrician Aetius and the prefect Albinus.
In 688, by order of Pope St. Sergius I, his body was removed to "Peter's Citadel" and later, on the building of the new basilica, found a resting-place in the altar dedicated to his name.
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 Pope John Paul II  14 December 1990  Apostolic Letter on 4th Centenary of the Death of St. John of the Cross
John of the Cross had to invent for his time a doctrinal system and practical approach to teaching faith in order to liberate it from perils that would waylay the faithful.
John's faith is so rich and efficacious because it is the source of all theological life: faith, hope and charity.
It is a joy, in commemorating the death of St. John of the Cross, to attest to the multitudes of persons from the most diverse points of view who are drawn to his writings: mystics and poets, philosophers and psychologists, representatives of other religious creeds, men and women of culture, and plain folk.
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 john xiv   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Speaking of Popes, is it true that Pope John XIII changed his title to John XIV in the 12th century, when he discovered that.mp;quot;Pope Joan.mp;quot; had reigned as Pope...
After the death of Benedict VII, Bishop Peter Campanora of Pavia, earlier imperial chancellor of Italy, was elected pope with the consent of Emperor Otto II...
John XIV, Roman Catholic Pope from 983 to 984, successor to Benedict VII, was born at Pavia, and before his elevation to the papal chair was imperial...
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 Antipope Boniface VII - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He is supposed to have put Benedict VI to death.
A popular tumult compelled him to flee to Constantinople; he carried off a vast treasure, and returned in 984 and removed John XIV, who had been elected in his absence, by murder.
This biography of a Pope is a stub.
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 On The Canonizations Of Pope John Paul II   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
In discussing the canonizations of Pope John Paul II, we are well aware that so doing we touch upon an extremely delicate matter which, by a natural desire for peace and concord, we would prefer not to have to address.
Such is the case in the beatification of John XXIII, the introduction of the cause of Paul VI, and the canonization of Josemaria Escrivá de Balaguer.
It was on this occasion that the mortal remains of the deceased pope were exposed on St. Peter's square, and after the ceremony, were escorted in procession before the altar of the Confession of the Vatican basilica to be exposed to the veneration of the faithful for several days.
www.sspx.ca /Angelus/2003_January/On_The_Canonizations.htm   (9240 words)

  
 The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Creations of Cardinals of the X Century
Like Pope Leo V, some authors say that he spent the rest of his life in a monastery and others say that he was murdered.
Leo VIII was elected by acclamation with Emperor Otto I's approval in the Roman synod of December 4, 963, which deposed Pope John XII.
Imprisoned and strangled Pope Benedict VI in 974, took his place in June or July 973 under the name of Boniface VII and was deposed in August.
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 Quia Quorundam -- Pope John XXII
And with the aforementioned replies having been made to all their objections, at last they are declared [to be] as heretics and rebels to the Roman Church, [men] to be avoided by all, if, they thereafter would presume knowingly by word or writing to defend or approve anything contrary to those [consitutions].
Besides if it would be said that Christ in having had locui [had] only the simplex usus facti, in vain would it be said that in the person of the infirm themselves Christ had loculi, when according to him it is suitable for even the perfect to have the simplex usum facti.
For granted that the aforesaid Innocent III interdicted the erection of new religious [orders] in general council, his own sucessors nevertheless, (not withstanding an interdict of this kind), chose to confirm many orders, which (with some exceptions) were even dissolved in a certain measure afterwards by Our predecessor Gregory IX in general council.
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 A List Of Roman Catholicism's Heresies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The title of pope, or universal bishop, was first given to the bishop of Rome by the wicked emperor Phocas in the year 610 A.D. Jesus did not appoint Peter to the headship of the apostles and He did expressly forbid any such notion (Luke 22:24-26; Eph.
(24) The dogma of transubstantiation was decreed by Pope Innocent III in the year 1215 A.D. By this doctrine the priest pretends to perform a daily miracle by changing a wafer into the body of Christ, and then he pretends to eat Him alive in the presence of his people during Mass.
(40) In the year 1931 the same Pope Pius XI reaffirmed the doctrine that Mary is "the Mother of God." This doctrine was first invented by the Council of Ephesus in the year 431 A.D. This is a heresy which is contrary to Mary's own words (Luke 1:46-49).
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 Pope John Paul 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Pope John Paul I was “cleaning house” at the Vatican, and was going to remove from power all these top-level Masons.
Pope Clement XIII was preparing to suppress the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) in 1769 when he was assassinated (he was poisoned) by the Jesuits the day BEFORE he was to have signed a Papal Bull of Suppression.
Pope John Paul I, as we have seen, tried in 1978 to clean out the Vatican of all its top-level Masons – to make the Vatican once again Catholic – and for this he too was assassinated (he was poisoned).
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 Malcolm Bull's Calderdale Companion: Foldout   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The Pope is elected by the Sacred College of Cardinals.
Pope Eugenius III made him Bishop and Cardinal and sent him on a mission to Scandinavia where he restored peace and order to the local churches and monasteries and set up two new archbishoprics.
John's attempts to limit the extent to which the papacy were involved in English episcopal elections resulted in the Pope's excommunicating England from 1208-1213.
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St. JOHN the Almsgiver --- JOHN of Antioch --- St. JOHN the APOSTLE --- Emperor JOHN ASSEN II of Bulgaria --- Bp.
JOHN Behr --- St. JOHN of Beverley --- St. JOHN Cassian --- St. JOHN Chrysostom --- St. JOHN Climacus --- St. JOHN Damascene --- St. JOHN the Dwarf --- JOHN of Ephesus --- St. JOHN the Evangelist --- St. JOHN the Exarch (of Bulgaria) --- St. JOHN the Faster --- Abp.
JOHN Garklavs --- Bishop JOHN Gevargizov --- St. JOHN of Kronstadt --- Abba JOHN Khame --- St. JOHN of the Ladder --- JOHN Mamikonean --- St. JOHN Mauropous --- St. JOHN Maximovich of San Francisco --- Fr.
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 John Neumann Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
* John the Apostle, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus.
* John the Evangelist, to whom the Gospel of John is attributed, often along with 1 John, 2 John, 3 John, and Book of RevelationRevelation.
* Emperor John I or Yohannes I of EthiopiaYohannes I of Ethiopia
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 John   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Emperor John I or Yohannes I of Ethiopia
Emperor John III or Yohannes III of Ethiopia
Emperor John IV or Yohannes IV of Ethiopia
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 History of the Christian Church, Volume IV: Mediaeval Christianity. A.D. 590-1073. (i.iv.xviii)
He rebelled against the imperial pope, Benedict VI., who was murdered (974), and elected an Italian anti-pope, Boniface VII., who had soon to flee to Constantinople, but returned after some years, murdered another imperial pope, John XIV.
The anti-imperial party regained the ascendency, and John Crescentius, the son of the beheaded consul, ruled under the title of Senator and Patricius.
to an archpresbyter John Gratian of the same house (May, 1045), after he had emptied the treasury of every article of value, and, rueing the bargain, he claimed the dignity again (Nov., 1047), till he was finally expelled from Rome (July, 1048).
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 Pope John XIV
Original name Peter, but changed it to avoid being linked to St Peter himself.
Boniface VII, on the strength of the popular feeling against the new pope, returned from Constantinople and placed John in prison, in Castel Sant'Angelo, where he died either by starvation or poison.
Died on August 20 984: Popes Pius X and Benedict XIV also died on the same day.
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