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  • 9322Q2494Pope Benedict XVIPopeBenedict XVIBenedict XVI,_PopeBentoXVI-30-10052007.jpg1927Pope Benedict XVI (Joseph Alois Ratzinger) was the 265th Pope of the
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  • in the West Bank and Gaza were attacked in protest against remarks Pope Benedict XVI made about Islam and the Prophet Mohammad. Palestinian leaders across
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  • XI Pope John XII Pope John XIII Pope John XIV Pope John XV (XVI) John XVI (XVII) Pope John XVII (XVIII) Pope John XVIII (XIX) Pope John XIX (XX) Pope John
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  • VIII., pope. Gregory IX., pope. Gregory X., pope. Gregory XI., pope. Gregory XII., pope. Gregory XIII., pope. Gregory XIV., pope. Gregory XV., pope. Gregory
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  • 984. After the death of Benedict VII, Bishop Peter Campanora of Pavia, earlier imperial chancellor of Italy, was elected pope with the consent of Emperor
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  • Contributors List of Illustrations Pope Gregory XII Pope Gregory XIII Pope Gregory XIV Pope Gregory XV Pope Gregory XVI Gregory Bæticus Gregory of Heimburg
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  • Catholic Encyclopedia (1913) List of the Popes 105443Catholic Encyclopedia (1913) List of the Popes Saint Peter (32-67) Saint Linus (67-76) Saint
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  • Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 14 Pope St. Siricius by Johann Peter Kirsch 106638Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 14 Pope St. SiriciusJohann Peter Kirsch
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  • of Pope John XIII (965-72), who was a brother of Crescentius, the Emperor Otto I (936-73) designated as his successor the Cardinal-Deacon Benedict, who
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  • In 1754 Benedict XIV exalted him to the dignity of Doctor of the Church (doctor ecclesiæ). In the Latin Church the feast day of the great pope is held
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  • appointed first bishop of Murthlach by Malclom II, at the instance of Pope Benedict VIII. This statement is confirmed by what professes to be a fragment
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  • Charles MacVeagh Chronological Index of Popes Mentioned 209269Fountains of Papal Rome — Chronological Index of Popes MentionedMrs. Charles MacVeagh
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  • Volume 12 Pope by George Hayward Joyce 105440Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 12 PopeGeorge Hayward Joyce Pope Main 105440Pope — Main
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  • the coin should be referred to Benedict XII. There are coins of all the popes from John XXII to Pius IX. The popes, and also the Senate when it coined
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  • significative, that is with the intention of consecrating (Benedict XIV, de SS. Missæ Sacr., III, xvi, 6), and must be careful not to say them before, but exactly
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  • the Regent down were occasions of venality, which many of the popes, especially Benedict XIV and Pius VII, laboured most strenuously to abolish. Leo XIII
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  • Gregory XVI, was opposed to the constitutional form, and certainly, if we consider the arrogance of Liberalism under Gregory, neither the pope nor his
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  • first half of the nineteenth century. Its founder was a priest, Kaspar Benedict Hagleitner of Aschau, who was the only one of the clergymen of Brixenthal
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  • palace of the Popes, and obtained the incarceration of Benedict. However, his supporters almost immediately deserted him, and Benedict assumed the pontificate
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  • in 1740, Benedict XIV. was only elected after 255 scrutinies; on other occasions, however, and notably in the case of the last few popes, a well-defined
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