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Pope - Notable Historical Events

CharlemagneApr 6, 774

Henry IVJan 24, 1076

Frederick IMar 23, 1153

Thomas BecketFeb 21, 1173

AlfonsoApr 8, 1455

Julius IINov 11, 1503

Leo XMar 11, 1513

Martin LutherJul 16, 1519

Henry VIIIOct 11, 1521

Galileo GalileiJun 22, 1633

Alexander PopeMay 15, 1711

NapoleonJul 16, 1801

John XXIIIAug 10, 1904

MussoliniJun 29, 1931

Franco Apr 1, 1939

Fidel CastroJan 3, 1962

John Paul IIMay 29, 1967

Elizabeth Ann Bayley SetonSep 14, 1975

George SteinbrennerJan 25, 1989

Sinead O'ConnorOct 3, 1992

Mother TeresaOct 19, 2003

Benedict XVIApr 19, 2005

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Pope - Historical Events
Date Event
230-07-21

St Pontianus begins his reign as Catholic Pope

235-09-29

St Pontianus ends his reign as Catholic Pope

235-11-21

St Anterus begins his reign as Catholic Pope

236-01-03

St Anterus ends his reign as Catholic Pope

236-01-10

St Fabian begins his reign as Catholic Pope

250-01-20

St Fabian ends his reign as Catholic Pope (236-50)

253-06-25

St Lucius I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

254-05-12

Stephan I replaces Lucius I as Catholic Pope

257-08-02

St Stephen I ends his reign as Catholic Pope

257-08-30

St Sixtus II begins his reign as Catholic Pope

258-08-06

St Sixtus II ends his reign as Catholic Pope

259-07-22

St Dionysius elected as Pope, succeeding Sixtus II

268-12-26

Pope St Dionysius dies

269-01-03

St Felix I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

274-01-04

St Eutychian begins his reign as Catholic Pope

283-12-17

St Gaius begins his reign as Catholic Pope

296-04-22

St Gaius ends his reign as Catholic Pope

296-06-30

St Marcellinus begins his reign as Catholic Pope

306-11-30

St Marcellus I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

310-04-18

St Eusebius begins his reign as Catholic Pope

310-10-21

St Eusebius ends his reign as Catholic Pope

311-07-02

St Militiades begins his reign as Catholic Pope

314-01-31

St Silvester I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

336-01-18

St Mark elected Catholic Pope

336-10-07

Pope Saint Mark's death ends his reign as Catholic Pope leaving the papacy vacant

337-02-06

St Julius I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

352-05-17

Liberius begins his reign as Catholic Pope replacing Julius I

366-09-24

Liberius ends his reign as Catholic Pope

366-10-01

St Damasus I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

384-12-11

St Damasus I dies and ends his reign as Catholic Pope. Began reign 366

385-02-11

Siricius, bishop of Tarragona, elected as Bishop of Rome; first to style himself Pope.

399-11-27

St Anastasius I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

401-12-19

St Anastasius I ends his reign as Catholic Pope

401-12-22

St Innocent I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

417-03-18

St Zosimus begins his reign as Catholic Pope

418-12-26

Pope St Zosimus dies

418-12-27

[Etalius] begins his reign as Catholic Pope

418-12-28

St Boniface I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

419-04-03

[Etalius] ends his reign as Catholic Pope

422-09-04

St Boniface I ends his reign as Catholic Pope

422-09-10

St Celestine I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

432-07-27

St Celestine I ends his reign as Catholic Pope

432-07-31

St Sixtus III begins his reign as Catholic Pope

440-08-19

St Sixtus III ends his reign as Catholic Pope

440-09-29

Pope Leo I the Great, installed

461-11-19

St Hilary begins his reign as Catholic Pope

468-03-03

St Simplicius elected to succeed Catholic Pope Hilarius

483-03-13

St Felix III begins his reign as Catholic Pope

492-03-01

St Felix III ends his reign as Catholic Pope

492-03-01

St Gelasius I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

496-11-24

Anastasius II succeeds Gelasius I as Catholic Pope

498-11-22

St Symmachus begins his reign as Pope replacing Anastasius II

502-10-23

The Synodus Palmaris, called by Gothic king Theodoric the Great, discharges Pope Symmachus of all charges, thus ending the schism of Antipope Laurentius.

514-07-20

St Hormisdas elected as Pope succeeding Pope Sympowerus

523-08-06

St Hormisdas ends his reign as Catholic Pope

523-08-13

St John I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

526-07-12

St Felix IV begins his reign as Catholic Pope

530-09-22

Boniface II begins his reign as Catholic Pope

530-09-22

St Felix IV reign as Catholic Pope ends

530-09-22

Discorus begins his reign as Catholic anti-Pope

530-10-14

Discorus ends his reign as Catholic anti-Pope

532-10-17

Boniface II ends his reign as Catholic Pope

533-01-02

John II begins his reign as Catholic Pope

535-05-08

John II's reign as Catholic Pope ends

535-05-13

St Agapitus I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

536-04-22

St. Agapetus I ends his reign as Catholic Pope

536-06-08

St Silverius begins his reign as Catholic Pope

555-06-07

Vigilius ends his reign as Catholic Pope

556-04-16

Pelagius I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

561-07-17

John III begins his reign as Catholic Pope succeeding Pelagius I

574-07-13

John III ends his reign as Catholic Pope

575-06-02

Benedict I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

579-07-30

Benedict I ends his reign as Catholic Pope

579-11-26

Pelagius II begins his reign as Catholic Pope

590-09-03

St Gregory I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

600-02-16

Pope Gregory the Great decree saying "God bless You" is the correct response to a sneeze

604-09-13

Sabinian begins his reign as Pope replacing Pope Gregory the Great

607-02-19

Boniface III begins his reign as Catholic Pope

608-09-15

St Boniface IV begins his reign as Catholic Pope

609-05-13

Pope Boniface I turns Pantheon in Rome into a Catholic church

615-05-08

St Boniface IV's reign as Catholic Pope ends

615-10-19

St Deusdedit I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

615-11-19

Pope Deusdedit/Adeodatus I elected to succeed Boniface IV

619-12-23

Boniface V begins his reign as Catholic Pope

625-10-25

Boniface V ends his reign as Catholic Pope

625-10-27

Honorius I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

638-10-12

Honorius I ends his reign as Catholic Pope; Pope Severinus elected

640-05-28

Severinus begins his reign as Catholic Pope (elected in 638)

640-12-24

John IV begins his reign as Catholic Pope

642-10-12

John IV ends his reign as Catholic Pope

642-11-24

Theodore I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

649-05-14

Theodore I ends his reign as Catholic Pope

649-07-01

Pope Martinus I elected to succeed Theodore I

649-07-05

St Martin I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

649-08-01

Pope Martinus I chosen successor of Theodorus I [or 8/7]

653-06-17

St Martin I ends his reign as Catholic Pope

654-08-10

Pope Eugene I elected to succeed Martinus I

657-06-02

St Eugene I ends his reign as Catholic Pope

657-07-30

St Vitalian begins his reign as Catholic Pope succeeding Eugene I

672-01-27

St Vitalian ends his reign as Catholic Pope

672-04-11

Deusdedit III begins his reign as Catholic Pope

676-06-17

Deusdedit III ends his reign as Catholic Pope

676-11-02

Donus begins his reign as Catholic Pope replacing Pope Adeodatus II

678-06-27

St Agatho begins his reign as Catholic Pope

682-08-17

St Leo II begins his reign as Catholic Pope

683-07-03

St Leo II ends his reign as Catholic Pope

684-06-26

St Benedict II begins his reign as Catholic Pope

685-05-08

St Benedict II'sreign as Catholic Pope ends

685-07-23

John V begins his reign as Catholic Pope

686-10-21

Conon begins his reign as Catholic Pope

687-12-15

St Sergius I begins his reign as Catholic Pope succeeding Conon

695-11-21

Pope Sergius names Willibrord as Archbishop Clemens of Friezen

701-09-09

St Sergius I ends his reign as Catholic Pope

701-10-30

John VI of Greece begins his reign as Catholic Pope

705-03-01

John VII begins his reign as Catholic Pope

705-04-01

Greek pope John VII chosen as successor to John VI

707-10-18

John VII ends his reign as Catholic Pope

708-01-15

Sisinnius begins his reign as Pope (dies 20 days later)

708-03-25

Constantine begins his reign as Catholic Pope

715-04-09

Constantine ends his reign as Catholic Pope

715-05-19

St Gregory II begins his reign as Catholic Pope

722-11-30

Pope Gregory II names Boniface as missionary bishop

731-03-18

St Gregory III begins his reign as Catholic Pope

741-12-03

St Zachary begins his reign as Catholic Pope succeeding Gregory III

741-12-10

Zacharias becomes Pope

752-03-22

Stephen II elected Catholic Pope (or 23rd)

754-01-07

Pope Stefanus II arrives in Ponthion

754-04-14

Pact of Quierzy: between Pope Stephen II, [III] & Pippin the Korte

754-07-28

Pope Stephen II, [III] makes Pippin de Korte, King of France

757-04-26

Paolo Orsini replaces his brother Pope Stephen II, as Paul I

757-05-29

St Paul I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

767-06-28

St Paul I ends his reign as Catholic Pope

767-07-05

Duke of Nepi names his brother (leek) Pope Constantine II

768-07-31

[Philip] begins & ends his reign as Catholic Pope

768-08-07

Stephen III [IV] begins his reign as Catholic Pope

772-02-01

Adrian I begins his reign as Catholic Pope

772-12-01

Pope Adrian I elected

774-04-06

Charles the Great (Charlemagne) confirmed the gift to the Pope of the territories belonging to Ravenna made by his father Pepin the Short at Quiercy-sur-Loire in 753

795-12-22

Leo III succeeds pope Adrianus I

795-12-26

St Leo III begins his reign as Catholic Pope

799-11-29

Pope Leo III, aided by Charles the Great, returns to Rome

800-11-23

Charlemagne arrives at Rome to investigate the alleged crimes of Pope Leo III.

800-12-01

Charlemagne judges the accusations against Pope Leo III in the Vatican.

800-12-25

Pope Leo III crowns Charles the Great (Charlemagne), Roman emperor

816-06-22

Pope Stephen IV, [V] elected to succeed Leo III

817-01-24

St Paschal I begins his reign as Catholic Pope succeeding Stephen IV

823-04-05

Pope Peschalis I crowns Lotharius I, co-emperor of France

824-02-11

St Paschal I ends his reign as Pope

835-11-01

All Saints Day made compulsory by Pope Gregory IV throughout Frankish Kingdom

847-01-27

Sergius II ends his reign as Catholic Pope

847-04-10

St Leo IV begins his reign as Catholic Pope

855-07-17

St Leo IV ends his reign as Catholic Pope

855-09-29

Benedict III begins his reign as Catholic Pope

858-04-17

Benedict III ends his reign as Catholic Pope

858-04-24

Nicholas I succeeds Benedict III as pope

866-11-13

Pope Nicholas I answers the envoys of Boris (Ad consulta vestra)

867-12-14

Adrian II begins his reign as Catholic Pope

872-12-14

John VIII elected as Catholic Pope

879-05-21

Pope John VIII gives blessings to duke Branimir and to Croatian people, considered to be international recognition of Croatian state.

882-12-16

Marinus I begins his reign as Catholic Pope succeeding John VIII

884-05-15

Marinus I ends his reign as Catholic Pope

884-05-17

St Adrian III begins his reign as Catholic Pope

891-09-14

Stephen V ends his reign as Catholic Pope

891-10-06

Formosus begins his reign as Catholic Pope

896-02-22

Pope Formosa crowned king Arnulf of Karinthie/French emperor

936-01-03

Duke Alberik II of Spoleto appoints his son Pope Leo VII

942-10-30

Alberic nominates Pope Marinus II (Martinus III)

955-05-16

Alberich II, (bastard?) son of Octavianus elected pope

962-02-02

Pope John XII crowns German King Otto I the Great Emperor

963-12-06

Leo VIII elected Pope

965-10-01

John XIII Crescentii elected to succeed Pope Leo VIII

973-01-19

Pope Benedictus VI elected

996-05-21

Pope Gregory V crowns his cousin Otto III as Holy Roman Emperor

996-06-21

Pope Gregory V crowns Otto III Roman Catholic German emperor of Elzas

999-04-02

Gerbert of Aurillac elected as 1st French Pope

1014-02-14

Pope Benedict VIII crowns Henry II Roman German Emperor

1045-01-20

Giovanni di Sabina elected Pope Sylvester III

1046-12-20

Benedictus IX & Silvester III & names Bishop Siutger, Pope Clemens II at the Council of Sutri

1046-12-24

Pope Clement II, [Suitger] elected

1046-12-25

Pope Clemens VI crowns Henry III as Holy Roman Emperor

1048-12-25

Parliament of Worms: Emperor Henry III names his cousin count Bruno van Egisheim/Dagsburg as Pope Leo IX

1049-02-12

Bruno count of Egesheim & Dagsburg crowned Pope Leo IX

1054-03-12

Pope Leo IX escapes captivity & returns to Rome

1055-04-13

Bishop Gebhard van Eichstattt named Pope Victor II

1057-08-02

Frederik van Lotharingen elected as 1st Belgium Pope Stephen IX [X]

1058-04-05

Bishop John "Minchio" [domkop] elected as Pope Benedictus X

1061-10-28

Emperor disposes of bishop Cadalus & Pope Honorius II

1073-04-22

Pope Alexander II buried/Ildebrando chosen as Pope Gregory VII

1076-01-24

Synod of Worms: German King Henry IV fires Pope Gregory VII

1076-02-14

Pope Gregory VII excommunicates Holy Roman Emperor Henry IV (for the 1st time)

1077-01-21

German King Heinrich IV petitions Pope Gregory VII for forgiveness

1077-01-28

German King Henry IV is absolved by Holy Roman Emperor Pope Gregory VII after his penitent Walk to Canossa.

1077-01-30

Pope Gregory VII pardons German emperor Henry IV

1080-06-25

Wibbert of Ravenna chosen as anti-pope Clemens III

1084-03-31

Anti-pope Clemens crowns German King Hendrik IV as Holy Roman Emperor

1086-05-24

Abbott Dauferio/Desiderius becomes Pope Victor III

1088-03-12

Odo of Lagery elected as Pope Urban II, succeeding Victor III

1095-11-27

Pope Urban II preaches 1st Crusade

1099-08-13

Raniero elected as Pope Paschal II

1105-11-18

Maginulf elected anti-Pope Silvester I

1111-04-12

Pope Paschalis II crowns Henry V, Roman emperor

1111-04-13

Pope Paschalis II crowns Roman catholics-German king Hendrik II

1118-01-24

Giovanni Caetani elected Pope Gelasius II

1118-04-07

Pope Gelasius II excommunicated Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor

1119-02-02

Guido di Borgogna elected Pope Callistus II

1122-09-23

Concordat of Worms agreed between Pope Calixtus II and Holy Roman Emperor Henry V

1124-12-14

Theobald Buccapecus elected Pope Coelestinus II (he refuses)

1124-12-15

Chancellor Haimeric selects pope (Lamberto becomes Honorius II)

1130-02-12

Pope Innocent II elected

1130-02-13

Gregorio de' Papareschi elected as Pope Innocent II

1130-02-14

Jewish Cardinal Pietro Pierleone elected as anti-pope Anacletus II

1130-12-25

Anti-pope Anacletus II crowns Roger II the Norman king of Sicily

1138-05-29

Anti-Pope Victor IV (Gregorio) submitted himsself to Pope Innocentius II

1143-10-03

Cardinal Guido elected Pope Coelestinus II

1144-03-12

Gherardo Caccianemici elected Pope Lucius II, succeeding Callistus II

1145-02-15

Bernardo elected Pope Eugene III

1149-04-08

Pope Eugene III takes refuge in the castle of Ptolemy II of Tusculum.

1153-03-23

Treaty of Konstanz between Frederick I "Barbarossa" & Pope Eugene III

1154-12-04

Adrian IV elected Pope. The only Englishman to become pontiff, Nicholas Breakspear was a member of the family which until recent years brewed beer in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire.

1155-06-18

Pope Adrian IV crowns Frederick I Barbarossa Roman-German Emperor

1159-09-07

Ottaviano de Montecello elected as anti-Pope

1164-04-22

Raynald of Dassel names Guido di Crema as anti-pope Paschalis III

1165-11-23

Pope Alexander III returns from exile to Rome

1167-05-29

Battle of Monte Porzio - A Roman army supporting Pope Alexander III is defeated by Christian of Buch and Rainald of Dassel

1168-11-20

Giovanni di Struma elected anti-Pope

1173-02-21

Pope Alexander III canonizes Thomas Becket Archbishop of Canterbury

1177-08-01

Peace Treaty of Venice: Emperor Frederik I & Pope Alexander III

1178-08-29

Anti-Pope Callistus III gives pope title to Alexander III

1179-07-29

Lando Sittino proclaimed (anti-)pope Innocent III

1181-09-01

Ubaldo Allucingoli replaces Alexander III as Pope Lucius III

1185-11-25

Pope Lucius III (Ubaldo Allucingoli) reigned 1181-85, dies and is replaced by Umberto Crivelli (Pope Urban III)

1187-10-21

Alberto de Morra elected as Pope Gregorius VIII (12/17/1187)

1191-04-14

85-year old Giacinto Bobo becomes Pope Coelestinus III

1198-01-08

Lotario di Segni elected Pope Innocentius III

1205-06-19

Pope Innocent III fires Adolf I as archbishop of Cologne

1205-07-15

Pope Innocent III states Jews are doomed to perpetual servitudea and subjugation due to crucifixion of Jesus

1209-10-04

Pope Innocent II crowns German king Otto of Wittelsbach

1210-11-18

Pope Innocent III excommunicates Roman Catholic Emperor Otto IV

1215-03-04

King John of England makes an oath to the Pope as a crusader to gain the support of Innocent III.

1215-08-24

Pope Innocent III declares Magna Carta invalid

1215-11-30

Pope Innocent III closes 4th council of Lateranen

1216-12-22

Pope Honorius III delegates degree "Religiosam vitam eligentibus"

1220-11-22

Frederick II crowned Holy Roman Emperor in Rome by Pope Honorius III

1227-03-19

Count Ugolino of Segna elected Pope Gregory IX

1227-09-29

Pope Gregory IX excommunicate German emperor Frederik II

1230-07-27

Treaty of San-Germano between Emperor Frederik II & Pope Gregory IX

1241-10-25

Goffredo Castiglioni elected as Pope Coelestinus IV (-Nov 10 1241)

1243-06-25

Sinibaldo dei Fieschi elected as Pope Innocentius IV

1245-07-17

Pope bans emperor Frederik II Hohenstaufen for 3rd time

1250-04-15

Pope Innoncent III refuses Jews of Cordova Spain to build a synagogue

1252-05-15

Pope Innocent IV issues the papal bull ad exstirpanda, which authorizes, but also limits, the torture of heretics in the Medieval Inquisition.

1253-07-23

Jews are expelled from Vienne France by order of Pope Innocent IV

1253-08-09

Clare of Assisi's rules confirmed by Pope Innocent IV for Clare's Order of Poor Ladies

1256-04-13

The Grand Union of the Augustinian order formed when Pope Alexander IV issues a papal bull Licet ecclesiae catholicae.

1256-05-04

The Augustinian monastic order is constituted at the Lecceto Monastery when Pope Alexander IV issues a papal bull Licet ecclesiae catholicae.

1261-08-29

Jacques Pantaleon elected as Pope Urban IV

1264-10-03

Comet said to predict death of Pope Urban IV is last seen

1267-07-26

Inquistion forms in Rome under pope Clement IV

1276-01-21

Pierre de Tarantaise elected Pope Innocence V

1276-09-08

John XXI elected Pope

1277-11-25

Giovanni Gaetano Orsini elected as Pope Nicolas III

1281-02-22

Simon de Brion elected Pope Martinus IV

1282-11-09

Pope Martinus IV excommunicates king Pedro III of Aragonorth

1288-02-22

Girolamo Masci elected Pope Nicolas IV

1289-08-18

Pope Nicolas IV publishes degree "Supra montem"

1294-07-05

Pietro del Murrone elected as Pope Coelestinus V

1294-12-10

Pope Coelestinus V becomes Pope (until Dec 13th)

1294-12-24

Cardinal Benedetto Gaetani chosen as Pope Boniface VIII

1295-06-23

Pope Boniface VIII enters Rome

1296-02-24

Pope Boniface VIII degree Clericis Iaicos

1300-02-22

Pope Boniface VIII delegates degree

1301-12-05

Pope Boniface VIII's degree Ausculta fili (only nominee)

1302-11-19

Pope Boniface VIII delegates degree "Unam sanctam"

1303-09-08

Anagni: French King Philip IV captures Pope Boniface VIII

1305-06-05

Archbishop Bertrand the Got of Bordeaux elected Pope Clement V

1309-03-27

Pope Clement V excommunicates Venice and all its population.

1309-07-26

Henry VII is recognized King of the Romans by Pope Clement V.

1312-05-06

Pope Clement V closes Council of Vienna

1322-11-08

Pope John XXII names John van Diest, bishop of Utrecht

1328-05-12

Holy Roman Emperor Louis IV and assembly of priests select P Rainalducci as anti-Pope Nicolaas V

1328-05-26

William of Ockham forced to flee from Avignon by Pope John XXII

1329-03-27

Pope John XXII issues his 'In Agro Dominico' condemning some writings of Meister Eckhart as heretical.

1329-08-09

Quilon the first Indian Diocese was erected by Pope John XXII and Jordanus was appointed the first Bishop

1330-08-25

AntiPope Nicholas V, having obtained assurance of pardon, presents a confession of his sins to Pope John XXII, at Avignon, who absolved him

1338-06-16

German monarch declares pope & king's decree redundant

1342-11-20

Pope Clemens VI names John IV of Arkel as bishop of Utrecht

1343-01-27

Pope Clement VI issues the Bull Unigenitus.

1346-04-13

Pope Clemens VI declares German emperor Louis of Bavaria, envoy

1347-12-03

Pope Clemens VI declares Roman tribunal Coke di Rienzo as heretics

1348-07-06

Papal bull of Pope Clement VI issued during the Black Death stating Jews not to blame and urging their protection

1352-12-18

Etienne Aubert elected as Pope Innocentius VI

1362-09-28

Guillaum de Grimoard elected as Pope Urban V

1364-04-24

Pope Urbabus V names John V van Virneburg as bishop of Utrecht

1371-07-09

Pope Gregory XI names Arnold II of Horne as bishop of Utrecht

1377-01-17

Pope Gregory XI moves the Papacy back to Rome from Avignon.

1377-02-03

Cardinal Robert of Geneva (anti-pope Clemens VII) starts term

1377-05-22

Pope Gregory XI issues five papal bulls to denounce the doctrines of English theologian John Wycliffe.

1378-04-08

Bartolomeo Prignano elected as Pope Urban VI

1378-08-09

Cardinals declare pope Urbanus VI lawless (anti christian/devil)

1378-09-20

Robert de Geneve, "butcher of Cesena" crowned anti-pope Clemens VII

1389-10-30

French King Charles VI visits pope Clemens VII

1394-09-28

Cardinal Pedro de Luna of Aragon chosen (anti)pope Benedictus XIII

1404-10-17

Cosma de' Migliorati elected Pope Innocentius VII

1406-11-30

Angelo Correr elected Pope Gregory XII

1409-06-26

Council of Pisa selects Petros Philargi as 3rd Pope: Alexander V

1414-05-29

Council of Constance deposes Pope John XXIII

1415-07-04

Angelo Correr renounces his claim to the Papacy as Pope Gregory XII

1417-11-11

Oddo Colonna elected as Pope Martinus V

1420-03-01

Pope Martinus I calls for crusade against the hussieten

1425-12-09

Pope Martinus V forms University of Leuven

1431-03-03

Bishop Gabriele Condulmer elected as Pope Eugene IV

1438-01-05

Pope Eugenius IV deallocated council of Basel to Ferrara

1447-03-06

Tommaso Parentucelli succeeds Pope Eugene IV as Nicolas V

1448-12-20

Pope Nicholas V appoints Rudolf of Diepholt, Bishop of Utrecht, as cardinal

1449-04-25

Anti-pope Felix V resigns

1450-07-05

Pope Nicolas V names Walraven van Meurs bishop of Munster

1452-03-19

Frederick III of Hapsburg crowned Holy Roman Emperor by Pope Nicholas V in Rome

1455-04-08

Alfonso de Borgia elected as Pope Callistus III

1458-08-19

Aenea Silvio Piccolomini chosen Pope Pius II

1459-06-01

Pope Pius II opens congress of Mantua

1464-08-30

Pietro Barbo elected to succeed Pope Pius II (Paul II)

1484-08-29

Giovanni Battista Cibo elected as Pope Innocent VIII

1492-08-11

Rodrigo de Borja becomes Pope Alexander VI

1493-05-04

Spanish Pope Alexander VI divides America between Spain & Portugal

1495-01-28

Pope Alexander VI (Roderic Llançol i de Borgia) gives his son Cesare as hostage to Charles VIII of France

1495-05-31

Emperor Maximilian, Pope Alexander VI, Milan, King Ferdinand, Isabella & Venice sign anti-French Saint League

1497-05-13

Pope Alexander VI excommunicates Girolamo Savonarola

1500-06-25

Pope Alexander VI accept Treaty of Granada

1502-12-31

Cesare Borgia (son of pope Alexander VI) occupies Urbino

1503-11-11

Pope Julius II elected

1506-10-07

Pope Julius II & France occupy Bologna

1508-02-06

Maximilian I proclaimed Holy Roman Emperor,though 1st Emperor in centuries not to be crowned by the Pope

1509-04-27

Pope Julius II excommunicates Italian state of Venice

1510-02-24

Pope Julius II excommunicates the republic of Venice

1511-10-05

Pope Julius II/Germany/Ferdinand of Aragon/Venice/Swiss

1512-05-03

Pope Julius II opens 5th Council of Lateran at St. John Lateran Basilica in Rome

1513-03-11

Giovanni de' Medici chosen Pope Leo X

1514-01-14

Pope Leo X issues a papal bull against slavery.

1515-09-13

-14] Battle at Marignano: France beats Habsburgers & Pope Leo X

1517-03-16

Pope Leo X signs 5th Council of Lateranen

1517-07-01

Inquisitor Adrian Boeyens (pope Adrianus VI) becomes cardinal

1519-07-16

Public debate between Martin Luther & theologist John Eck at Pleissenburg Castle in Liepzig, Luther denies the divine right of the Pope

1521-01-03

Martin Luther excommunicated by Pope Leo X from the Roman Catholic Church

1521-05-28

Pope Leo X signs treaty with Holy Roman Emperor Charles V

1521-10-11

Pope Leo X titles King Henry VIII of England "Defender of the Faith"

1522-01-09

Adriaan F Boeyens elected only Dutch pope (Adrian VI)

1522-01-21

Head inquisitor Adrian Florisz Boeyens elected pope

1522-04-27

Battle at Bicacca: Charles I & Pope Adrianus VI beat France

1523-11-19

Giulio de' Medici chosen as Pope Clemens VII

1524-04-19

Pope Clemens VII fires Neth inquisitor-general French Van de Holly

1524-12-12

Pope Clement VII approves Organization of Jewish Community of Rome

1526-05-22

Pope Clemens VII, France, Genoa, Venice, Florence & Milan form Anti-French League of Cognac

1526-12-17

Pope Clemens VII publishes degree Cum ad zero - forms Inquisition

1527-06-07

Pope Clement VII surrenders to emperor Charles V's armies

1527-11-26

Pope Clemens VII signs treaty with emperor Karel I

1527-12-06

Pope Clemens VII flees to Orvieto

1529-06-29

Emperor Karel V & Pope Clemens VII sign Treaty of Barcelona

1530-02-24

1st imperial coronation by a Pope, Charles V crowned by Clement V

1530-03-07

King Henry VIII's divorce request is denied by the Pope. Henry then declares that he, not the Pope, is supreme head of England's church

1531-06-09

Pope Clemens VII & Francois I sign secret treaty against Karel V

1531-12-17

Pope Clement VII establishes a parallel body to the Inquisition in Lisbon, Portugal.

1532-11-15

Pope Clemens VII tells Henry VIII to end relationship with Anna Boleyn

1533-07-11

Pope Clement VII excommunicates England's King Henry VIII

1534-02-26

Pope Paul II affirms George van Egmond as bishop of Utrecht

1534-10-13

Alessandro Farnese elected as Pope Paul III

1534-10-30

English Parliament passes Act of Supremacy, making King Henry VIII head of the Church in England - a role formerly held by the Pope

1535-08-31

Pope Paul II excommunicates King Henry VIII of England

1536-01-17

Francois Rabelais absolved of apostasy by Pope Paul III

1536-05-23

Pope Paul III installs Portugese inquisition

1536-07-18

Pope's authority declared void in England

1537-02-09

Pope Paul III routes Cardinal Pole to England

1538-12-17

Pope Paul III excommunicates England's King Henry VIII

1542-07-21

Pope Paul III begins inquisition against Protestants (Sactum Officium)

1544-11-19

Pope Paul III opens council of Trente

1545-08-26

Pope Paul III names his son Pierluigi Farnese as Duke of Parma

1545-12-13

Council of Trent (19th ecumenical council) opened by Pope Paul III

1549-09-13

Pope Paul III signs Council of Bologna

1550-02-07

Giovanni Maria del Monte elected Pope Julius III

1550-11-14

Pope Julius III proclaims new seat on Council of Trente

1551-06-08

Pope Julius III excommunicates Duke Ottario Farnese of Parma

1553-08-12

Pope Julius III orders confiscation & burning of Jewish Talmud

1554-11-30

England reconciles with Pope Julius III

1555-04-09

Marcello Cervini elected Pope Marcellus II

1555-05-23

Giampietro Caraffa elected Pope Paul IV

1556-04-13

Portuguese Marranos who revert back to Judaism burned by order of Pope

1556-09-09

Pope Paul IV refuses to crown Ferdinand of Austria emperor

1559-02-16

Pope Paul IV calls for deposition of sovereigns supporting heresy

1565-11-13

Pope Pius IV publishes degree Professi fidei

1566-01-07

Antonio "Michele" Ghislieri is elected Pope Pius V

1569-08-27

Pope Pius names Cosimo I de Medici as grand duke of Tuscany

1571-05-20

Venice, Spain & Pope Pius form anti-Turkish Saint League

1577-10-25

Pope Gregory XIII asks renewal of ecclesiastical hymns

1582-02-24

Pope Gregory XIII announces New Style (Gregorian) calendar

1585-08-08

Pope Sixtus excommunicates Hendri of Navarra (Henri IV)

1588-01-22

Pope Sixtus V decrees "Immense aeterni" (Reformed curia)

1590-09-15

Giambattista Catagna elected as Pope Urban VII

1590-09-27

Pope Urban VII dies 13 days after being chosen as the Pope, making his reign the shortest papacy in history.

1590-12-05

Niccolo Sfondrati chosen as Pope Gregory XIV

1591-03-01

Pope Gregory XIV threatens to excommunicate French King Henri IV

1591-10-29

Giovanni A Facchinetti elected as Pope Innocentius IX

1592-01-30

Ippolito Aldobrandini elected Pope Clement VIII

1595-09-17

Pope Clemens VIII recognizes Henri IV as king of France

1598-01-12

Pope Clement VIII seizes duchy of Ferrara on death of Alfonso

1605-05-16

Camillo Borghese elected to succeed Pope Leo XI becomes Paul V

1621-02-09

Alexander Ludovisi is elected Pope Gregory XV (-1623)

1622-01-06

Pope Gregory XV forms Congregatio the Propagande Fide

1623-08-06

Maffeo Barberini elected Pope Urban VIII

1633-06-22

Galileo Galilei forced to recant Earth orbits Sun by Pope (on Oct 31, 1992, Vatican admits it was wrong)

1642-12-22

Pope Urbanus VIII publishes degree In eminente

1644-03-31

Pope Urbanus VIII & duke of Parma signs Peace of Ferrara

1644-09-15

Giambattista Pamfili replaces Pope Urban VII as Innocent X

1648-11-26

Pope Innocent X condemns Peace of Westphalia

1649-09-02

The Italian city of Castro is completely destroyed by the forces of Pope Innocent X, ending the Wars of Castro.

1655-04-07

Fabio Chigi replaces Pope Innocent X as Alexander VII

1658-06-03

Pope Alexander VII appoints François de Laval vicar apostolic in New France.

1665-05-15

Pope Alexander VII appoints committe to investigate Jansenism

1670-04-29

Pope Clemens X elected

1675-11-14

Pope Clemens X declares Gorcumse martyrs divine

1676-09-21

Benedetto Odescalchi elected as Pope Innocent XI

1687-11-10

Pope Innocent XI publishes decree Coelestis pastor

1689-10-06

Pietro Ottoboni replaces Pope Innocent XI as Alexander VIII

1691-06-12

Pope Innocent XII succeeds Alexander VIII

1691-07-12

Antonio Pignatelli elected as Pope Innocentius XII

1697-11-09

Pope Innocent XII founds the city of Cervia.

1700-11-23

Cardinal Francesco Albani elected Pope Clemens XI

1711-05-15

Alexander Pope's "An Essay on Criticism" is published anonymously

1713-09-08

Pope Clemens XI publishes degree "Unigenitus" against Jansenism"

1714-02-17

Parliament of Paris accepts Pope Clemens XI's "Unigenitus" degree

1721-05-08

Michelangiolo dei Conti replaces Pope Clement XI, as Innocent XIII

1730-07-12

Lorenzo Corsini chosen as Pope Clemens XII

1732-09-02

Pope Clement XII renews anti-Jewish laws of Rome

1740-07-17

Prospero Lambertini chosen Pope Benedictus XIV

1741-06-30

Pope Benedict XIV encyclical forbidding traffic in alms

1752-03-23

Pope Stephen II elected to succeed Zacharias, died 2 days later

1753-01-11

Ferdinand VI of Spain & Pope Benedictus XIV sign concord

1759-02-28

Pope Clement XIII allows Bible to be translated into various languages

1766-11-25

Pope Clement XIII warns On dangers of anti-Christian writings

1769-12-12

Pope Clement XIV proclaims a universal jubilee

1773-07-21

Pope Clemens XIV bans Jesuits

1774-04-30

Pope Clement XIV proclaims a universal jubilee

1775-02-15

Angelo Braschi chosen as Pope Pius VI

1775-12-25

Pope Pius VI encyclical on the problems of the pontificate

1789-11-06

Pope Pius VI appoints Father John Carroll as the first Catholic bishop in the United States.

1791-03-10

Pope condemns France's Civil Constitution of the clergy

1798-02-10

Louis Alexandre Berthier invaded Rome, on February 15 proclaimed a Roman Republic and then on February 20 take Pope Pius VI as a prisoner.

1798-02-20

Louis Alexandre Berthier removes Pope Pius VI from power.

1800-03-14

Luigi Chiaramonti crowned Pope Pius VII

1800-05-15

Pope Pius VII calls on French bishops to return to Gospel principles

1801-07-16

Pope Pius VII & 1st consul Napoleon sign concord

1808-04-08

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Baltimore was promoted to an archdiocese, with the founding of the dioceses of New York, Philadelphia, Boston, and Bardstown (now Louisville) by Pope Pius VII.

1814-08-07

Pope Pius VII reinstates the Society of Jesus (Jesuits)

1824-05-24

Pope Leo XII proclaims a universal jubilee

1827-08-17

Dutch King Willem I/Pope Leo XII sign concord

1829-05-24

Pope Pius VIII issues his program for pontificate

1834-06-25

Pope Gregory XVI's encyclical "Singulari nos" published

1847-03-25

Pope Pius IX encyclical "On aid for Ireland"

1849-02-09

Roman Republic declared in Rome replacing following flight of Pope Pius IX

1849-07-03

The French entered Rome in order to restore Pope Pius IX to power. This would prove a major obstacle to Italian unification.

1852-11-18

Rose Philippine Duchesne dies in St. Charles, Missouri. She would be canonized on July 3, 1988 by Pope John Paul II.

1853-03-04

Pope Pius IX recovers Catholic hierarchy in Netherlands

1854-02-02

Pope Pius IX encyclical "On persecution of Armenians"

1854-12-08

Pope Pius IX proclaims Immaculate Conception, makes Mary, free of Original Sin

1857-09-16

Mexican constitution of force (fiercely attacked by Pope Pius IX)

1860-01-29

American College established in Rome by Pope Pius IX

1862-03-03

Union forces under General Pope lay siege to New Madrid, Missouri (US Civil War)

1862-06-26

US Army of Virginia established under Gen John Pope

1862-08-30

Battle of 2nd Manassas-Pope defeated by Lee-Battle of Richmond, KY

1863-09-17

Pope Pius IX encyclical On persecution in New Grenada

1864-12-08

Pope Pius IX publishes encyclical Quanta cura ("Syllabus errorum")

1865-07-30

Pope Pius IX visits Suriname

1867-06-29

Pope Pius IX declares Gorcumse holy martyrs

1870-09-20

Pope Pius IX surrenders to King Victor Emmanuel

1873-01-06

Pope Pius IX encyclical "On the Church in Armenia"

1874-05-13

Pope Pius IX encyclical "On Greek-Ruthenian rite"

1874-12-24

Pope Pius IX proclaims a jubilee for 1875

1878-04-21

Pope Leo XIII publishes encyclical Inscrutabili

1878-12-28

Pope Leo XIII publishes encyclical Quod apostolici muneris (socialism)

1879-08-04

Pope Leo XIII publishes encyclical Aeterni Patris

1880-02-10

Pope Leo XIII publishes encyclical Arcanum about Christian marriage

1881-06-29

Pope Leo XIII publishes encyclical Diuturnum illud

1884-04-20

Pope Leo XIII encyclical "On Freemasonry"

1885-11-01

Pope Leo XIII publishes encyclical Immortale Dei

1885-12-22

Pope Leo XIII proclaims extraordinary jubilee

1888-06-20

Pope Leo XIII publishes encyclical Libertas

1890-01-10

Pope Leo XIII publishes encyclical Sapientiae Christianae

1890-11-20

Pope Leo XIII encyclical "On Slavery in the Missions"

1891-05-15

Pope Leo XIII publishes encyclical Rerum novarum

1891-11-30

Pope Leo XIII's encyclical "Rerum novarum" published

1893-11-18

Pope Leo XIII publishes encyclical Providentissimus Deus

1900-07-21

Pope Leo XIII encyclical to Greek-Melkite rite

1900-12-17

Pope Leo XIII closes the 'Holy Door' of St Peter's in Rome, ending the Jubilee Year of 1900

1901-01-18

Pope Leo XIII publishes encyclical Graves De Communi Re

1901-04-15

Pope Leo XIII issues an allocution deploring hostile actions against the Roman Catholic Church throughout Europe

1902-04-15

Pope Leo XIII encyclical "On Church in US"

1902-12-25

Pope Leo XIII, at his annual Christmas reception, endorses the Christian Democratic movement now emerging in Europe as an attempt to offer an alternative to more radical movements

1903-07-20

Giuseppe Sarto elected Pope Pius X, known as the 'pope of the poor and humble'

1903-08-04

Cardinal Giuseppe Sarto of Venice elected Pope Pius X

1904-01-08

Pope Pius X banned low cut dresses in the presence of churchmen

1904-04-24

President Loubet of France visits King Victor Emmanuel III of Italy and pointedly ignores the Pope, exacerbating relations between France and the Roman Catholic Church

1904-05-21

France recalls its ambassador to the Vatican to protest the Pope's attempt to discipline two French bishops; this is yet another incident driving France and the Catholic Church apart

1904-08-10

Angelo G Roncalli (Pope John XXIII) becomes a priest

1905-02-11

Pope Pius X publishes encyclical Vehementer nos

1906-02-02

Pope encyclical against separation of church & state

1906-08-10

Pope Pius X bans Associations cults

1907-07-03

Pope decree forbids modernization of theology

1907-09-08

Pope Pius X publishes encyclical Pasceni dominici gregis (anti-modernism)

1910-05-29

Pope's encyclical on Editae Saepe, against church reformers

1914-09-03

Cardinal Giacome della Chiesa becomes Pope Benedict XV

1914-11-01

Pope Benedictus Xv's encyclical Ad beatissimi, against integrity

1914-11-16

Pope Benedict XV calls for peace

1919-05-14

Pope Benedictus XV publishes encyclical In hac tanta

1919-11-11

Pope Benedictus XV states Roman Catholics political/business views

1920-05-23

Pope Benedictus XV publishes encyclical Pacem Dei

1921-04-30

Pope Benedict XV encyclical "On Dante"

1921-09-15

Pope Benedictus XV publishes encyclical Alcohol Paraclitus

1921-09-21

Pope Benedictus XV donates 1 million lire to feed Russians

1922-02-06

Cardinal Achille Ratti elected Pope Pius XI

1922-11-16

Pope Pius XI calls on Belgian people to unite

1922-12-23

Pope Pius XI pleas for peace: encyclical Ubi arcano

1923-06-24

Pope Pius XI speaks against allies occupying Ruhrgebied

1924-06-18

Pope Pius XI's encyclical Maximam gravissimamque

1925-03-19

Angelo G Roncalli (later Pope John XXIII) becomes a bishop

1925-12-11

Pope Pius XI publishes encyclical Quas Primas

1926-03-12

Pope Pius XI names J E van Roey archbishop of Malines Belgium

1926-11-18

Pope Pius XI encyclical On persecution of Church in Mexico

1926-12-20

Pope Pius XI convicts fascist pursuit in Italy

1928-01-06

Pope Pius XI publishes encyclical Mortalium animos (against oecumene)

1929-12-31

Pope Pius XI publishes encyclical Divini illius magistri

1931-05-15

Pope Pius XI publishes encyclical Quadragesimo anno

1931-06-29

Pope Pius XI publishes encyclical on Nun abbiamo bisogno (We do not need fascism and Mussolini)

1931-10-02

Pope Pius XI encyclical On economic crisis

1933-06-03

Pope Pius XI encyclical "On oppression of the Church in Spain"

1935-12-20

Pope Pius XI publishes encyclical Ad Catholici Sacerdotii

1936-06-16

Pope Pius XI receives Anton Mussert (Dutch Nazi collaborator)

1936-06-29

Pope Pius XI encyclical to US bishops "On motion pictures"

1937-03-14

Pope Pius XI publishes anti-nazi-encyclical Mit brennender Sorge

1937-03-19

Pope Pius XI publishes encyclical Divini redemptoris against communism

1939-03-02

Eugenio Pacelli chosen as Pope Pius XII

1939-03-12

Pope Pius XII crowned in Vatican ceremonies

1939-04-01

US recognizes Franco government in Spain at end of Spanish civil war. Pope Pius XII congratulates Generalissimo Franco's victory in Spain

1939-10-20

Pope Pius XII publishes his 1st encyclical Summi pontificatus

1939-11-01

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Sertum laetitiae

1939-12-24

World War II: Pope Pius XII makes a Christmas Eve appeal for peace.

1941-01-25

Pope Pius XII elevates the Apostolic Vicariate of the Hawaiian Islands to the dignity of a diocese. It becomes the Roman Catholic Diocese of Honolulu.

1942-09-12

Free-Poland & Belgium asks pope to condemn nazi-war crimes

1943-06-29

Pope Pius XII encyclical Mystic Corporis (mystic body of Christ)

1943-07-12

Pope Pius XII receives German ambassador baron von Weizsacker

1943-09-30

Pope Pius XII encyclical on Divine spirit

1944-04-09

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Orientals Ecclesiae

1945-04-15

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Communium interpretes dolorum

1945-12-23

Pope Pius XII encyclical Orientals omnes, about Rutheense church

1946-01-06

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Quemadmodum

1947-03-21

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Fulgens radiatur

1947-11-20

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Mediator Dei

1947-12-18

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Optissima Pax

1948-05-01

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Auspicia quaedam

1948-10-24

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical In Multiplicibus Curis

1949-04-15

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Redemptoris nostri

1949-07-13

Pope Pius XII excommunicates communist catholics

1950-03-12

Pope Pius XII encyclical "On combating atheistic propaganda"

1950-07-19

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Summi maeroris

1950-08-12

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Humani generis

1950-10-30

Pope Pius XII witnesses "The Miracle of the Sun" while at the Vatican.

1950-11-01

Pope Pius XII witnesses "The Miracle of the Sun" while at the Vatican.

1950-11-01

Pope Pius XII claims Papal Infallibility when he formally defines the dogma of the Assumption of Mary.

1950-12-06

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Mirabile illud

1951-06-02

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Evangelii praecones

1951-09-08

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Sempiternus Rex

1951-09-15

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Ingruentium Malorum

1952-12-15

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Orientales Ecclesias

1953-05-24

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Doctor Mellifluus

1953-09-08

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Fulgeno corona

1954-03-25

Pope Pius XII encyclical "Sacra virginitas" (On consecrated virginity)

1954-05-29

Pope Pius X issues holy declaration

1954-06-05

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Ecclesiae fastos

1954-09-03

Pope Pius X canonized a saint

1954-10-07

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Ad Sinarum gentem

1954-10-11

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Ad caeli Reginam

1955-06-16

Pope Pius XII ex-communicates Argentine Pres Juan Peron

1955-12-25

Pope Pius XII encyclical on sacred music & popular music

1956-05-25

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Haurietis aquas

1956-10-28

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Luctuosissimi eventus

1956-11-01

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Laetamur admodum

1956-11-05

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Datis nuperrime

1957-04-21

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Fidei Donum

1957-05-16

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Invicti Athletae

1957-07-02

Pope Pius XII publishes encyclical Le pelerinage De Lourdes

1957-09-08

Pope Pius XII encyclical On motion pictures, radio, TV

1958-07-14

Pope Pius XII publishes his 39th & last encyclical Meminisse juvat

1958-10-13

Burial of Eugenio Pacelli, Pope Pius XII on the 41st anniversary of the "Miracle of the Sun".

1958-10-28

Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, elected Pope, taking name John XXIII

1958-11-04

Angelo G Roncalli crowned as pope John XXIII

1959-01-25

Pope John XXIII proclaims 2nd Vatican council

1959-06-29

Pope John XXIII 1st encyclical "On truth, unity, & peace, in charity"

1959-08-01

Pope John XXIII publishes encyclical Sacerdotii nostri primordia

1959-11-28

Pope John XXIII publishes encyclical Princeps Pastorum

1960-03-28

Pope John appoints the first Japanese, African & Filipino cardinals

1961-05-15

Pope John XXIII publishes encyclical Mater et Magistra

1961-07-14

Pope John XXIII publishes encyclical Mater et magistrate

1962-01-03

Pope John XXIII excommunicates Fidel Castro

1962-10-11

2nd Vatican Council (21st ecumenical) convened by Pope John XXIII

1963-06-21

Pope Paul VI (Giovanni Battista Montini) succeeds John XXIII

1963-06-30

Cardinal Montini elected Pope Paul VI, 262nd head of RC Church

1963-09-29

Pope Paul opens 2nd sitting of 2nd Vatican council

1963-12-04

Pope Paul VI closes 2nd session of 2nd Vatican Council

1964-01-05

Pope Paul VI visits Jordan & Israel

1964-08-06

Pope Paul VI publishes encyclical Ecclesiam Suam

1964-11-13

Pope Paul VI gives tiara to poor

1964-11-21

Pope Paul VI signs 3rd sitting of 2nd Vatican council

1965-09-03

Pope Paul VI publishes encyclical Mysterium Fidei

1965-10-02

Pope Paul VI named MR Perey bishop's helper of New Orleans

1965-10-04

Pope Paul VI becomes 1st Pope to visit Western Hemisphere (UN)

1965-10-28

Pope Paul VI proclaims Jews not collectively guilty for crucifixion

1965-12-07

Pope Paul VI & Orthodox Patriarch Athenagoras I simultaneously lift mutual excommunications that led to split of 2 churches in 1054

1965-12-08

Pope Paul VI signs 2nd Vatican council

1967-03-26

Pope Paul VI publishes encyclical Populorum progressio

1967-05-29

Pope Paul VI names 27 new cardinals, including Karol Wojtyla, archbishop of Krakow, who later became Pope John Paul II

1967-06-24

Pope Paul VI publishes encyclical Sacerdotalis coelibatus

1967-06-26

Pope Paul VI names 27 new cardinals

1967-08-06

Pope Paul VI publishes constitution Pro comperto sane

1967-08-15

Pope Paul VI publishes constitution Regimini Ecclesiae Universae

1968-07-25

Pope Paul VI encyclical against On regulation of birth

1968-07-29

Pope Paul VI, in an encyclical entitled "Humanae Vitae" (Of Human Life), declares any artificial forms of birth control prohibited

1968-08-22

1st papal visit to Latin America, Pope Paul VI arrives in Bogota to open a Eucharistic congress.

1969-03-28

Pope Paul VI names JGM Willebrands cardinal

1969-05-08

Pope Paul VI publishes constitution Sacra Ritum Congregation

1970-11-27

Pope Paul VI wounded in chest during a visit to Philippines by a dagger-wielding Bolivian painter disguised as a priest

1971-11-14

Enthronment of Pope Shenouda III as Pope of Alexandria

1973-01-15

Pope Paul VI holds an audience with Golda Meir at Vatican

1973-02-27

Pope Paul VI publishes constitution motu proprio Quo aptius

1973-05-04

Patriarch Shenuda II of Kopitisch church visits the pope

1973-07-04

In audience with Italian cyclists, Pope Paul VI praises athletes who "offer the magnificent show of a healthy, strong, generous youth"

1974-02-02

Pope Paul VI encyclical "To Honor Mary"

1975-09-14

Mother Elizabeth Ann Bayley Seton canonized as 1st US-born saint by Pope Paul VI

1975-12-20

Pope Paul VI named J Willebrands archbishop of Utrecht

1977-06-19

Pope Paul VI makes 19th-cen bishop John Neumann 1st US male saint

1978-08-07

Thousands of mourners file past body of Pope Paul VI

1978-08-11

Funeral of Pope Paul VI

1978-08-26

Cardinal Albino Luciani of Venice becomes Pope John Paul I

1978-09-03

Pope John Paul I officially installed as 264th supreme pontiff

1978-10-04

Funeral services held for Pope John Paul I

1978-10-16

Polish Cardinal Karol Wojtyla elected Pope John Paul II

1978-10-22

Pope John Paul II is inaugurated as Pope

1979-01-25

Pope John Paul II's 1st overseas trip as supreme pontiff

1979-05-27

Pope John Paul II ordains John J O'Conner as a bishop

1979-06-02

John Paul II becomes 1st pope to visit a communist country (Poland)

1979-09-29

Pope John Paul II becomes 1st pope to visit Ireland

1979-10-01

Pope John Paul II begins visit to USA

1979-10-06

Pope John Paul II is 1st Pope to visit White House

1980-05-02

Pope John Paul II begins African tour

1980-07-09

7 die in a stampede to see Pope John Paul II in Brazil

1980-11-15

Pope John Paul II began 5 day visit to West Germany

1981-05-13

Pope John Paul II is shot and critically wounded by Turkish gunman Mehemet Ali Agca in St Peter's Square, Vatican City

1981-06-03

Pope John Paul II released from hospital after assassination attempt

1981-06-20

Pope John Paul II hospitalized for 55 days for infection

1981-09-15

Pope John Paul II publishes encyclical "Laborem exercens" against capitalism/marxism

1982-01-01

Pope John Paul II prays for an end to martial law in Poland

1982-05-12

In Fatima Portugal, a Spanish priest with a bayonet is stopped prior to his attempt to attack Pope John Paul II

1982-05-23

Pope John Paul II declares "Peerke" Donders a saint

1982-05-28

Pope John Paul II is 1st reigning pope to visit Great Britain (Adrian IV was born in England, as Nicholas Breakspear)

1982-06-07

US President Reagan meets Pope John Paul II and Queen Elizabeth II

1982-06-11

Pope John Paul II visits Argentina

1982-09-15

Pope John Paul II receives PLO leader Yasser Arafat

1982-10-10

Pope John Paul II canonizes Rev M Kolbe, who volunteered to die in place of another inmate at Auschwitz concentration camp, a saint

1982-10-31

Pope John Paul II becomes first pontiff to visit Spain

1983-02-02

Pope John Paul II names 18 new cardinals

1983-06-16

Pope John Paul II visits Poland

1983-10-21

Pope John Paul II names 3 new Dutch bishops

1983-12-11

1st visit to Lutheran church by a pope (John Paul II in Rome)

1983-12-27

Pope John Paul II pardons man who shot him (Mehmet Ali Agca)

1985-01-02

Egyptian Pres Mubarak reappoints Coptic pope Shenuda III

1985-05-11

Pope John Paul II arrives in Netherlands

1985-05-16

Pope John Paul II arrives in Belgium

1985-10-03

Pope John Paul II declares Titus Brandsma divine

1986-02-02

Dalai Lama meets Pope John Paul II in India

1986-04-13

Pope John Paul II met Rome's Chief Rabbi Elio Toaff at Rome synagogue

1987-05-01

Pope John Paul II beatifies Edith Stein, a Jewish born nun

1987-06-25

Pope John Paul II receives Austrian President Kurt Waldheim

1989-01-25

Yank owner George Steinbrenner meets with Pope John Paul II

1989-04-30

Pope John Paul II beatifies Victoire Rasoamanarivo of Madagascar

1989-12-01

USSR Pres Mikhail S Gorbachev meets Pope John Paul II at the Vatican

1991-05-02

Pope John Paul II's encyclical on Centesimus annus

1991-06-04

Pope John Paul II compares abortion with nazi murders

1992-07-15

Pope John Paul II hospitalized for 3 weeks to have tumor removed

1992-10-03

Sinead O'Connor rips up a picture of Pope John Paul II on Saturday Night Live

1993-03-21

Pope John Paul II declares Duns Scotus, a saint

1993-07-02

Pope John Paul II hospitalized for Cat Scan test

1993-08-06

Pope John Paul II publishes Veritatis splendor encyclical

1993-08-11

Pope John Paul II visits Mexico

1993-08-12

Pope John Paul II begins visit of US

1993-10-05

Pope John Paul II publishes encyclical Veritatis splendor

1993-11-11

Pope John Paul II hospitalized for 2 days for fractured shoulder

1994-02-20

Pope John Paul II demands juristic discrimination of homosexuals

1994-06-12

-17] Pope John Paul II visits Spain

1995-01-12

Pope John Paul II begins visit to SE Asia

1995-01-18

Pope John Paul II begins visit to Australia

1998-01-21

Pope John Paul II visits Cuba

1998-01-23

Pope John Paul II condemns US embargo against Cuba

1998-03-16

Pope John Paul II asks God for forgiveness for the inactivity and silence of some Roman Catholics during the Holocaust.

1999-05-07

Pope John Paul II travels to Romania becoming the first pope to visit a predominantly Eastern Orthodox country since the Great Schism in 1054.

2000-06-13

Italy pardons Mehmet Ali Agca, the Turkish gunman who tried to kill Pope John Paul II in 1981.

2001-05-06

During a trip to Syria, Pope John Paul II becomes the first pope to enter a mosque.

2001-06-10

Pope John Paul II canonizes Lebanon's first female saint Saint Rafqa

2001-06-27

Pope John Paul II beatifies 28 Ukrainian Greek Catholics, including 27 martyrs most of whom were killed by the Soviet secret police. Beatification takes place at the service in Lviv, western Ukraine during his first visit to this country.

2003-10-19

Mother Teresa of Calcutta is beatified by Pope John Paul II.

2004-11-27

Pope John Paul II returns the relics of Saint John Chrysostom to the Eastern Orthodox Church.

2005-04-19

Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger elected Pope Benedict XVI on the second day of the Papal conclave.

2005-04-24

Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger is inaugurated as the 265th Pope of the Roman Catholic Church taking the name Pope Benedict XVI.

2005-05-14

Pope Benedict XVI observes his first beatification, elevating Blessed Marianne of Molokai on the road to canonization into sainthood.

2006-01-12

Turkey releases Mehmet Ali Ağca from jail after he served 25 years for shooting Pope John Paul II.

2006-03-24

Pope Benedict XVI adds 15 men to the College of Cardinals, in the first consistory of his Pontificate.

2007-05-11

Pope Benedict XVI canonizes the first Brazilian-born saint, Frei Galvão.

2007-07-07

Pope Benedict XVI issues the Apostolic Letter Summorum Pontificum, removing restrictions on celebrating the old Tridentine Mass.

2007-09-14

Restrictions on the traditional Latin Mass are officially removed in the Roman Catholic Church as Pope Benedict XVI's motu proprio Summorum Pontificum takes effect.

2008-04-16

Start of Papal Journey of Pope Benedict XVI to the United States

2009-01-24

Pope Benedict XVI rescinds the excommunications of four bishops consecrated without papal consent in 1988 by Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre.

2011-05-01

Pope John Paul II is beatified by his successor, Pope Benedict XVI.

2012-04-08

Pope Benedict XVI calls for an end to Syrian blood shed in papal Easter message

2012-05-26

Pope Benedict XVI's butler is arrested for allegedly leaking confidential documents

2012-10-06

Paolo Gabriele, Pope Benedict XVI's butler, is found guilty of leaking confidential documents and is sentenced to 18 months imprisonment

2012-11-04

Bishop Tawadros appointed as the 118th Pope of the Coptic Orthodox Church

2013-02-11

Pope Benedict XVI announces his resignation from February 28, the first pope to resign since 1415

2013-02-27

Pope Benedict XVI presents his farewell address to Vatican City

2013-03-04

The Papal Conclave begins to select the successor of Pope Benedict XVI

2013-03-12

The 2013 Papal conclave begins with no new Pope elected on the first day

2013-03-13

Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio is elected as the new pope, taking the papal name Pope Francis

2013-03-17

Pope Francis delivers his first Angelus prayer and blessing

2013-03-28

Pope Francis becomes the first Pope to wash the feet of women in the Maundy Thursday service

2013-05-12

Pope Francis canonizes the 813 martyrs of Otranto as Saints

2013-05-16

Pope Francis calls for ethical financial reform to fight speculation

2013-12-06

Pope Francis gives his ascent to a proposal to create a permanent post on the Pontifical Commission on cases of sin and sexual abuse of minors

2013-12-11

Pope Francis is named Time magazine's person of the year

2014-02-24

Pope Francis creates a second Secretariat with the power to audit any Vatican agency at any time

2015-01-04

Pope Francis announces 15 bishops, archbishops to become cardinals

2015-12-18

Mother Teresa to become a saint; Pope Francis recognizes second miracle

2015-12-25

Pope calls for peace in Holy Land, end to other conflicts

2016-02-12

Pope Francis to have historic meeting with head of Russian Orthodox Church

2016-02-12

Pope Francis nominates 1000 'super confessors'

2016-03-20

Pope Francis gets an Instagram account

2016-03-26

Pope on Good Friday Decries Terror Profaning God's Name

2016-03-27

Pope delivers Easter message of hope after grim week of terror

2016-11-22

Pope Francis allows priests to forgive abortion

2017-11-29

Pope preaches forgiveness in first public Mass in Myanmar

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Pope - Notable Birthdays

Julius IIDec 5, 1443

Leo XDec 11, 1475

Alexander PopeMay 21, 1688

John XXIIINov 25, 1881

John Paul IIMay 18, 1920

Benedict XVIApr 16, 1927

Pope - Birthdays
Date Event
1002-06-21

Leo IX, [Bruno count of Egesheim & Dagsburg], Pope (1049-54)

1227-09-30

Pope Nicholas IV (d. 1292)

1378-12-31

Callistus III, (Alfonso the Borja), Pope (1455-58)

1397-11-15

Nicholas V, [Tommaso Parentucelli], Italy, Pope (1447-55)

1405-10-18

Pius II, [Aenea S Piccolomini], Italian pope (1458-64) (Cynthia)

1417-02-23

Pope Paul II [Pietro Barbo], Venice, Republic of Venice, Pope (1464-71)

1431-01-01

Alexander VI [Rodrigo Borgia], Spanish/Italian pope (1492-1503)

1443-12-05

Pope Julius II, Albisola, Republic of Genoa, Pope (1503-13), patron of Michelangelo, Bramante, Raphael, (d. 1513)

1459-03-02

Adrian VI, [Adriaan F Boeyens], Netherlands, Pope (1522-23)

1468-02-29

Paul III, last Renaissance Pope (1534-49)

1475-12-11

Pope Leo X, [Giovanni de' Medici], Florence, Italy (1513-21), (d. 1521)

1476-06-28

Paul IV, [Giampietro Caraffa], inquisition/Pope (1555-59)

1478-05-26

Clement VII, [Giulio de' Medici], Italy, Pope (1523-34)

1480-04-18

Lucretia Borgia, murderess (poison)/daughter (Pope Alexander VI)

1487-09-10

Julius III, Counter-Reformation pope (1550-55)

1499-03-31

Pius IV, [Gianangelo de' Medici], Italian lawyer/pope (1559-65)

1501-05-06

Marcellus II, [Marcello Cervini], Italy, humanist/Pope (1555, 22 days)

1502-01-07

Gregory XIII [Ugo Boncompagni], Bologna, Papal States, Italian pope (1572-85), introduced Gregorian calendar in 1582

1504-01-17

Pius V, [Antonio Ghislieri] saint, pope (1566-72)

1519-07-20

Innocent IX, [Giovanni A Facchinetti], 230th Catholic pope (1591)

1521-08-04

Pope Urban VII (d. 1590)

1521-12-13

Sixtus V, [Felice Peretti/"Montalto"], bishop of Fermo/Pope (1585-90)

1535-02-11

Gregory XIV, [Niccolo Sfondrati], Roman Catholic pope (1590-91)

1535-06-02

Leo XI, [Alessandro O de' Medici], Italy, Pope (1605)

1536-02-24

Clement VIII, [Ippolito Aldofireini], Fano Italy, Pope (1592-1605)

1550-09-17

Pope Paul V (d. 1621)

1552-09-17

Paul V, [Camillo Borghese], Italy, Pope (1605-21)

1554-01-09

Gregory XV, [Alessandro Ludovisi], pope (1621-23)

1574-05-07

Innocent X, [Giambattista Pamfili], 236th pope (1644-55)

1590-07-13

Clement X, [Emilio Altieri], Italy, Pope (1670-76)

1599-02-13

Alexander VII, [Fabio Chigi], Siena Italy, pope (1655-67)

1600-01-28

Clement IX, [Giulio Rospigliosi], Pistoia, Italy, 238th pope (1667-69)

1610-04-22

Alexander VIII, [Pietro Ottoboni], Italy, lawyer/Pope (1689-91)

1611-05-19

Innocent XI, [Benedetto Odescalchi], Italy, 240th Pope (1676-89)

1615-03-13

Innocent XII, [Antonio Pignatelli], Pope (1691-1700)

1649-02-02

Benedict XIII, [Pierfrancesco Orsini], Italy, 245th pope (1724-30)

1649-07-22

Clement XI, [Giovanni F Albani], Italy, Pope (1700-21)

1652-04-07

Pope Clement XII (d. 1740)

1652-04-16

Clement XII, [Lorenzo Corsini], Italy, Pope (1730-40)

1655-05-13

Innocent XIII, [Michelangiolo dei Conti], Italy, 244th Pope (1721-24)

1667-04-29

John Arbuthnot, Scottish writer (Alexander Pope)

1675-03-31

Benedict XIV, [Prospero L Lambertini], Italy, Pope (1740-58)

1688-05-21

Alexander Pope, London, English poet (Rape of the Lock, translation of Homer) (d.1744)

1688-05-22

Alexander Pope, Acis and Galatea

1693-03-07

Clement XIII, [Carlo Rezzonico], Pope (1758-69)

1705-10-31

Pope Clement XIV [Giovanni Ganganelli], Pope (1769-74)

1717-12-25

Pius VI, [Giovanni A Braschi], Italy, Pope (1775-99)

1717-12-27

Pope Pius VI (d. 1799)

1740-08-14

Pius VII, [Luigi B Chiaramonti], bishop of Imola/Pope (1800-23)

1760-08-22

Leo XII, [Annibale Sermattei], Italy, Pope (1823-29)

1761-11-20

Pius VIII, [Francesco S Castiglioni], Italy, 253rd Pope (1829-30)

1765-09-17

Gregory XVI, [Bartolomeo A Cappellari/Mauro], Italy, Pope

1792-05-13

Pius IX "Pio Nono", [Giovanni-Maria Mastai-Ferretti], Pope (1846-78)

1810-03-02

Leo XIII, [Vincenzo G Pecci], 256th pope (1878-1903)

1810-03-02

Leo XIII, M.H. Pope Leo in a Chair

1810-05-02

Leo XIII, 257th Roman Catholic pope (1878-1903)

1817-02-07

Leroy Pope Walker, US lawyer/Confederate minister of War (1861)

1820-03-25

Xavier F M G, Earl of Merode, Belgian minister to Pope (in Rome)

1822-03-16

John Pope, Major General (Union volunteers), died in 1892

1835-06-02

Pius X, [Giuseppe Sarto], 257th Roman Catholic pope (1903-14)

1835-06-02

Pope Pius X, His Holiness, the Late Pope Pius X, and the Vatican

1854-11-21

Benedict XV, [Giacomo PGB marques della Chiessa], 258th Pope (1914-22)

1857-05-31

Pius XI, [Ambrogio DA Ratti], Italy, 259th Pope (1922-39)

1857-05-31

Pope Pius XI, Cavalcade of Faith

1874-04-24

John Russell Pope, US, architect (Jefferson Memorial)

1876-03-02

Pius XII, [Euhenio MGG Pacelli], 260th Pope (1939-58)

1876-03-02

Pope Pius XII, The Immortal City

1880-11-20

F. Pope-Stamper, Ghosts

1881-11-25

Pope John XXIII [Angelo Roncalli], Bergamo Italy, 261st pope (1958-63)

1881-11-25

Pope John XXIII, E venne un uomo

1885-06-29

Virginia Pope, (NY Times)

1888-04-11

W. MacQueen Pope, Backstage

1897-09-26

Pope Paul VI, [Giovanni Montini], 262nd Roman Catholic pope (1963-78)

1899-11-19

Allen Tate, US, poet (Mr Pope & Other Poems)

1904-11-19

Evelyn Pope Burwell, Hallelujah

1909-10-28

Francis Bacon, Ireland, painter (Study for a Pope)

1911-01-27

George Pope, cricketer (Eng pace bowler, 1-49 & 0-36 in his only Test)

1912-10-17

John Paul I, [Albino Luciano], 263rd Roman Catholic pope (1978)

1912-10-17

Pope John Paul I,

1913-12-13

John Wyndham Pope-Hennessy, English art historian

1917-05-07

Domenico Bartolucci, Pope Joan

1918-05-06

Sydney Chatton, The Wonderful World of Wilbur Pope

1919-07-16

Everett Pope, Everett Pope

1919-11-19

Hinton Pope, Lila

1920-03-21

Carlo Bagno, In the Name of the Pope King

1920-05-18

John Paul II, [Karol Wojtyla], Wadowice Poland, 264th Roman Catholic Pope (1978-2005)

1920-05-18

Pope John Paul II, The Papal Chase

1921-06-17

Dave Pope, Game 4

1923-08-03

Shenouda III of Alexandria, Pope of the Coptic Christianity, (d. 2012)

1924-05-06

Burt Nodella, Pope John Paul II

1924-12-10

Dani Segina, The Pope Must Diet

1925-04-02

Barbara Jane Pope, Maytime

1925-12-27

Michel Piccoli, We Have a Pope

1926-05-09

Duke Mitchell, Gone with the Pope

1927-04-16

Pope Benedict XVI [Joseph Aloisius Ratzinger], Marktl, Bavaria, Germany, Catholic Pope (2005-2013)

1927-04-16

Pope Benedict XVI, Tmár a jeho rod aneb Slzavé údolí pyramid

1927-9-14

Edmund Szoka, Pope John Paul II: Part I/Pope John Paul II: Part II/Jane Fonda: My Life So Far - Part I

1928-04-11

Edwin Pope, Muhammad Ali: Made in Miami

1928-08-28

Eugene Kennedy, I Would Be Called John: Pope John XXIII

1929-04-05

Nigel Hawthorne, actor (Tartuffe, Pope John Paul II)

1929-05-15

Peggy Pope, Nine to Five

1929-08-01

Camillo Milli, We Have a Pope

1932-05-06

Marty Brill, The Pope of Greenwich Village

1933-05-07

Damir Mejovsek, The Pope Must Diet

1933-11-06

Joseph Pope, US singer (Hey Girl Don't Bother Me)

1934-11-11

Paula Myers-Pope, US, platform diver, 2 silver, 1 bronze (Oly 1952-60)

1936-04-02

Giancarlo Zizola, Pope John XXIII

1936-08-03

Edward Petherbridge, Pope Joan

1936-08-07

Charles Pope, US soul singer (Tams-Hey Girl Don't Bother Me)

1936-12-17

Pope Francis [Jorge Mario Bergoglio], Buenos Aires, Argentina, Catholic Pope (2013-). He is the 1st Jesuit pope, the 1st from the Americas and the 1st non-European pope since the Syrian Gregory III in 741.

1936-12-17

Pope Francis, Christmas Eve at St. Peter's Basilica

1938-10-24

Odean Pope, Pipes of Peace

1939-01-16

Ewa Zytkiewicz, Pope John Paul II

1940-9-20

Ulrich von Dobschütz, We Have a Pope

1942-02-14

Piotr Rózanski, Karol: A Man Who Became Pope

1944-08-03

Dennis Pope, What Dreams May Come

1946-08-06

Carole Pope, The Five Senses

1947-03-22

Tony Pope, Who Framed Roger Rabbit

1947-06-17

Linda Chavez, Home Births; Pope Francis; Hillary Clinton & World Bank

1948-11-12

Hassan Rouhani, President Rouhani/Pope Francis/The Smartest Dog in the World

1949-06-03

Ian Gelder, Pope Joan

1950-01-12

Franco Piersanti, We Have a Pope

1950-9-20

Norbert Sauer, Pope Joan

1950-9-29

Linda Pope, Last Night

1951-10-15

Peter Richardson, The Pope Must Diet

1951-12-28

Kenneth Pope, NFLer

1952-03-28

Joan Shangold, The Pope of Greenwich Village

1952-06-18

Judd Parkin, Have No Fear: The Life of Pope John Paul II

1952-06-19

Bill Pope, The Matrix

1954-9-02

Gary Papa, The Pope of Utah

1956-01-31

Joost van Oss, Caravaggio and My Mother the Pope

1956-04-18

Eric Roberts, Miss, actor (Pope of Greenwich Village, King of Gypsies)

1957-05-06

Daniel Márquez, The Pope's Toilet

1957-07-06

Cathryn Pope, Rusalka

1957-10-03

Alece Pope, The Kindness of Strangers

1957-10-26

Giovannella Grifeo, In the Name of the Pope King

1958-01-09

Mehmet Ali Ağca, Turkish attempted assassin of Pope John Paul II

1959-07-24

Thomas Schreiber, Pope Joan

1959-09-22

Pope Michael, American anti-pope

1960-02-14

Kaja Bien, Karol: A Man Who Became Pope

1960-11-13

Slawomir Józwik, Pope John Paul II

1961-07-06

Martin Pope, Wild Target

1962-05-04

Ivan Joncic, The Pope Must Diet

1962-07-24

Tommy Pope, Mothers Who Kill

1963-04-24

Sergio Savastano, Pope John Paul I: The Smile of God

1963-05-02

Marcel Barsotti, Pope Joan

1964-04-08

Stephanie Pope, Great Balls of Fire!

1966-07-01

Konstantinos Kovas, Meet the Pope

1967-05-07

Pope Jerrod, Safe House

1967-07-23

Mae Edwards, Pope Dreams

1967-07-28

Tom Pope, Jurassic Bark

1967-11-16

Eva Pope, Shadow Man

1968-03-25

Larry Saltis, Meet the Pope

1969-01-18

Marvin Pope, CFL defensive end (Calgary Stampeders)

1969-11-11

Martin Pope, Class of 3000 Christmas Special

1970-10-29

Marquez Pope, NFL cornerback (SF 49ers)

1970-10-29

Marquez Pope, Oakland Raiders vs. San Diego Chargers

1971-08-27

Michal Dworczyk, Pope John Paul II

1971-10-25

Jonathan Pope, Sinsitivity

1972-01-27

Stephen A. Pope, The Departed

1972-05-02

Natalia Fago, We Have a Pope

1972-05-29

Manley Pope, Sweet Valley High

1972-08-18

Heinrich Hadding, Pope Joan

1972-09-11

Mark Pope, NBA forward (Indiana Pacers)

1972-10-02

Katherine Pope, Pilot

1972-11-28

Julie Pope, Sandwich

1973-12-24

Eddie Pope, Greensboro NC, soccer defender (Olympics-gold-96)

1973-12-24

Eddie Pope, Fifa World Cup: Germany 2006

1975-02-10

Adrian Ochalik, Karol: A Man Who Became Pope

1975-10-25

Daniel Pope, The Great Reality TV Swindle

1976-05-25

Kris Pope, Elegy

1976-9-27

Jeff Pope, Prisoners

1977-10-15

Gabriela Frycz, Karol: A Man Who Became Pope

1978-12-11

Michal Maliszewski, Karol: A Man Who Became Pope

1979-03-21

Melissa Gorga, Melissa Gorga/Cassadee Pope

1979-05-18

Giampiero Rotoli, Pope John Paul II

1979-11-23

David Pope, Gasoline Blood

1980-05-03

Krzysztof Wrona, Karol: A Man Who Became Pope

1980-08-28

Carly Pope, Elysium

1980-9-04

Hubert Bronicki, Karol: A Man Who Became Pope

1980-9-19

Julia Beyer, Pope Joan

1981-03-28

Matthew Pope, Clean Shoot

1981-12-21

Kinga Kaczor, Karol: A Man Who Became Pope

1982-07-08

Andrzej Rozmus, Karol: A Man Who Became Pope

1982-9-29

Lauren Pope, Episode #8.1

1984-02-26

P.J. Pope, 2004 GMAC Bowl

1984-07-21

Marianna Nespoli, Caravaggio and My Mother the Pope

1984-10-23

Maurizio Di Bartolomei, We Have a Pope

1986-01-01

Michael Pope, He's Way More Famous Than You

1986-07-11

Geoffrey Pope, Palo Alto, CA

1989-05-06

Nikki Pope, Trouble with Women

1989-08-28

Cassadee Pope, Degrassi Goes Hollywood

1990-01-09

Michael Stahler, The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek

1991-12-02

Sandro Lohmann, Pope Joan

1991-12-22

Jan-Hendrik Kiefer, Pope Joan

1994-01-14

Lotte Flack, Pope Joan

1996-9-02

William Stütz, Pope Joan

2003-01-30

Leonardo Della Bianca, We Have a Pope

Pope - Notable Weddings

Henry VIIIJan 5, 1531

Pope - Weddings
Date Event
1428-01-09

Pope Martinus V declares Jacqueline, Countess of Haintaut's marriage to Humphrey Duke of Gloucester invalid

1498-08-17

Cesare Borgia, son of Pope Alexander IV, 1st man to resign the cardinalate marries Charlotte d'Albret of Navarre

1531-01-05

Pope Clemens VII forbids English King Henry VIII to re-marry

Pope - Notable Divorces

Henry VIIIMay 23, 1533

Pope - Divorces
Date Event
1533-05-23

King Henry VIII & Catherine of Aragon's marriage declared null & void by authority English clergy not the Pope

Pope - Notable Deaths

Julius IIFeb 21, 1513

Leo XDec 1, 1521

Alexander PopeMay 30, 1744

John XXIIIJun 3, 1963

John Paul IIApr 2, 2005

Pope - Deaths
Date Event
68-04-25

Saint Mark, the first Pope of Alexandria and the founder of Christianity in Africa

79-09-23

Pope Linus

217-12-20

Pope Zephyrinus

235-01-03

Pope St Anterus (b. unknown)

235-09-28

Saint Pontianus, Pope

250-01-20

Fabianus, Pope (236-50)/saint, dies

251-03-04

Pope Lucius I

254-03-05

St Lucius I, Pope (253-54), dies

257-08-02

St Stephen I, bishop of Rome (Pope) (254-57)/heretic fighter, dies

274-12-30

St Felix I, dies and ends his reign as Catholic Pope

283-12-07

Catholic Pope Saint Eutychian

296-04-22

Pope Caius

308-01-16

Marcellus I, Catholic Pope (-308), dies

335-12-31

St. Silvester I, Catholic Pope, dies in office

336-10-07

Pope Saint Mark, bishop of Rome (336), dies of natural causes

352-04-12

Julius I, pope (337-52), dies

365-11-22

Felix II, Italian anti-pope, dies after failing to regain position as Pope from Liberius

366-09-24

Liberius, Italian Pope (352-66), dies

399-11-26

Pope Staint Siricius, reigned 384-99

417-03-12

Innocent I, Italian Pope (401-417), dies

418-12-27

Zosimus, Greek Pope (417-8), dies

432-07-27

Celestine I, Italian Pope (422-32), dies

440-08-19

Sixtus III, Italian Pope (432-40), dies

461-11-10

St. Leo I, the Great, Italian Pope (440-61), dies in office

468-02-29

Pope St. Hilarius (461-468), calendar reformer, dies (birth date unknown)

483-03-10

Simplicius, Italian Pope (468-83), dies

496-11-21

Pope Gelasius I, Catholic Pope, of Berber extraction

498-11-19

Anastasius II, Pope (496-8) dies. Referred to by Dante in his Inferno XI, 8-9

514-07-19

Symmachus, Italian Pope (498-514), dies

523-08-06

Hormisdas, Pope (514-23), dies

526-05-18

John I, Pope (523-26), dies

530-10-14

Discorus, anti-Pope (530), dies

532-10-17

Boniface II, 1st "German" Pope, dies

535-05-08

John, [Mercurius], Italian Pope (533-35), dies

536-04-22

St. Agapetus I, Italian Pope (535-36), dies

537-06-20

Saint Silverius, and Pope till deposed in March 537, starves to death in exile

537-12-02

Sylvester, Italian Pope (536-37), dies

555-06-07

Vigilius, Italian Pope (537-55), dies

561-03-03

Pelagius I, Italian Pope (547-51, 556-61), dies

574-07-13

John III, Italian Pope (561-74), dies

579-07-30

Benedict I, Italian Pope (575-79), dies

590-02-07

Pelagius II, Gothic Pope (579-90), dies from plague

604-03-12

Gregory I the Great, Pope (590-604), dies at 64

606-02-22

Sabinian, Italian Pope (604-06), dies

607-11-12

Pope Boniface III, dies after less than a year in office

615-05-25

Boniface IV, Pope (608-15), dies

618-11-08

St Deusdedit/Adeodatus I, Italian Pope (615-18), dies

625-10-25

Boniface V, Italian Pope (619-25), dies

638-10-12

Honorius I, [dux plebis], Italian Pope, dies

640-08-02

Severinus, Italian Pope (640), dies

642-10-12

John IV, Dalmatian born Pope (640-42), dies

642-10-12

Pope John IV

649-05-14

Theodore, Greek Pope (642-49) (excommunicated by Paul II), dies

655-09-16

Martinus I, bannished Pope (649-53), dies

657-06-02

Eugene I, Italian Pope (654-7), dies

672-01-27

Vitalianus, pope (657-72)/saint, dies

676-06-17

Adeodatus/Deusdedit II, Italian Pope (672-76), dies

678-04-11

Donus, Italian Pope (676-78), dies

681-01-10

Agatho, Sicilian pope (678-81), dies

683-07-03

Leo II, Pope (681-83), dies

685-05-08

Benedict II, Italian Pope (683-85), dies

686-08-02

Pope John V, 1st Greek-Syrian Pope (685-86) dies

687-09-21

Conon, Sicilian Pope (686-87), dies

701-09-08

Sergius I, Syrian/Italian Pope (687-701), dies

705-01-11

John VI, Catholic Pope (701-05), dies

707-10-18

John VII, Catholic Pope (705-07), of Greek ancestry, dies

708-02-04

Sisinnius, Greek-Syrian pope (708, 20 days), dies

715-04-09

Constantine I, Greek/Syrian Pope (708-15), dies

731-02-11

Gregory II, Greek-Syrian Pope, dies

741-11-28

Syrian Catholic Pope Saint Gregory III

752-03-15

Zachary, Greek/Italian Pope (741-52), dies [or Mar 22]

752-03-26

Stephen II, Catholic Pope (3/22-26/752), dies

757-04-26

Stephen II, Pope (752-57), dies

767-06-28

Paul I, Italian Pope (757-67), dies

772-01-24

Stephen III/IV, Catholic Pope (768-72), dies. (b. 720)

795-12-25

Adrian I, Italian Pope (772-95), dies aged 95

816-06-12

Leo III, Italian Pope (795-816), dies

817-01-24

Stefanus IV, Pope (816-17), dies

824-02-11

Paschal I, Italian Pope (817-24), dies

827-08-27

Pope Eugene II

827-09-16

Pope Valentine

844-01-25

Pope Gregory IV

847-01-27

Sergius II, pope (844-47), dies

855-06-17

Leo IV, Italian Pope (847-55), dies

858-04-17

Benedict III, Italian Pope (855-58), dies

867-09-13

Nicholas I, the Great, Italian Pope (858-67), dies

867-11-13

Nicholas I, (the Great), pope (858-67), dies at 67

872-12-14

Adrian II, Italian Pope (867-72) the last married pope, dies at about 80

882-12-16

John VIII, Italian Pope (872-82), dies

884-05-15

Marinus I, [Martinus II], Pope (882-84), dies

891-09-14

Stephen V, [VI], Italian Pope (885-91), dies

896-04-04

Formosus, Pope (891-96), dies

911-04-14

Sergius III, Italian Pope (904-11), dies

939-07-13

Leo VII, Italian Pope (936-39), dies

955-11-08

Pope Agapetus II

964-05-14

John XII, [Octavianus], Pope (955-64), dies

965-03-01

Leo VIII, Italian (anti-)Pope (963-65), dies

965-07-04

Pope Benedict V, Italian Roman Catholic Pope (b. unknown)

972-09-06

John XIII Crescentii, pope (965-72), dies

983-07-10

Benedict VI, Italian Pope (974-83), dies

984-08-20

John XIV, [Petrus Canepanova], Italian Pope (983-84), dies

985-07-20

Pope Boniface VII

992-11-25

Mieszko I, Polish advisor to Pope John XV, dies

999-02-18

Gregory V, [Bruno] 1st German Pope, dies

1003-05-12

Pope Sylvester/Silvester II, [Gerbert van Aurillac], 1st French Pope (999-1003), dies

1012-05-12

Sergius IV, [Pietro Crescentii], Italian Pope (1009-12), dies

1024-04-09

Benedict VIII, [Theophylactus van Tusculum], Pope (1012-24), dies

1047-10-09

Clemens II, [Suitger], Pope (1046-47), dies (b. 1005)

1048-08-09

Pope Damasus II [Poppo] dies in Rome, after reigning for only 23 days

1054-04-19

Leo IX, [Bruno von Egesheim und Dagsburg], Pope (1049-54), dies at 51

1057-07-28

Victor II, [Gebhard], Pope (1055-57), dies

1058-03-29

Stephen IX, [Frederik van Lotharingen], 1st Belgium Pope (1057-58), dies

1073-04-21

Alexander II, [Anselmo da Baggio], Pope (1061-73), dies

1085-05-25

Gregory VII, [Ildebrando], Pope (1073-85), dies

1087-09-16

Victor III, [Dauferio/Desiderius], Italian Pope (1086-87), dies

1099-07-29

Urban II, [Odo van Lagery], French Pope (1088-99), dies

1100-09-08

Clement III, [Wibert van Ravenna], 1st anti-pope (1084-1100), dies

1118-01-21

Pope Paschal II, born Raniero (1099-1118) dies

1119-01-28

Gelasius II, [Giovannis Caetani], pope (1118-19), dies

1124-12-13

Callistus/Callixtus II, [Guido di Borgogna], Italian Pope (1119-24), dies

1130-02-13

Honorius II, [Lamberto], Pope (1124-30), dies

1138-01-25

Anacletus II, [Pietro Pierleone], Jewish anti-pope (1130-38), dies

1143-09-24

Innocent II, [Gregorio de' Papareschi], Ital Pope (1130-43), dies

1144-03-08

Celestine II, [Guido], Italian Pope (1143-44), dies in battle

1145-02-15

Lucius II, [Gherardo Caccianemici], Italian Pope (1144-45), dies

1145-03-15

Pope Lucius II

1153-07-08

Eugene III, [Bernardo], Italian Pope (1145-53), dies

1154-12-03

Anastasius IV, Pope (1153-54), dies

1159-09-01

Adrian IV, [Nicole Breakspear], only English pope (1154-59), dies

1168-09-20

Paschal III, [Guido di Crema], Italian anti-Pope, dies

1181-08-30

Alexander III, [Orlando Bandinelli], Italian Pope (1159-81), dies

1187-10-19

Pope Urban III

1187-10-20

Urban III, [Umberto Crivelli], Italian Pope (1185-87), dies

1187-12-17

Gregory VIII, [Alberto de Morra], Italian Pope (1187), dies

1191-03-20

Clement III, [Paolo Scolari], Pope (1187-91, 3rd crusades), dies

1198-01-08

Pope Celestine III [Giacinto Bobo], Reigned 1191-98, dies. (bc. 1106)

1216-07-16

Innocent III [Lotario de' Conti di Segni], Italian Pope (1198-1216), dies at 54 or 55

1227-03-18

Honorius III, [Cencio Savelli], Pope (1216-27), dies

1241-08-22

Gregory IX, [Ugolino di Segni], Italian Pope, dies

1241-11-10

Celestine IV, [Goffredo Castiglioni], Pope (1241, 16 days), dies

1254-12-07

Innocent IV, [Sinibaldo dei Fieschi], Pope (1243-54), dies

1261-05-25

Alexander IV, [Rinaldo dei conti di Segni], Pope (1254-61), dies

1264-10-02

Urbanus IV, [Jacques Pantaleon], French Pope (1261-64), dies

1268-11-29

Clement IV, [Guido Fulcodi], Pope (1265-68), dies

1276-01-10

Pope Gregory X, (Tedaldo Visconti), dies. (bc. 1210)

1276-06-22

Innocent V, [Pierre the Tarantaise], Pope (1276), dies at about 36

1276-08-18

Adrian V, [Ottobono Fieschi], Italian Pope (7/11-8/18/1276), dies

1277-05-20

John XXI, [Petrus Juliani/Hispanus], Portuguese Pope (1276-77), dies. (b. 1215)

1280-08-22

Nicholas III, [Giovanni Gaetano Orsini], Italian Pope (1277-80), dies

1285-03-28

Pope Martin IV (Simon de Brion), reigned 1281-85.

1287-04-03

Honorius IV, [Giacomo Savelli], Italian Pope (1285-87), dies

1292-04-04

Nicholas IV, [Girolamo Masci], Pope (1288-92), dies

1296-05-19

Celestine V, [Pietro del Murrone], Pope (1294), dies

1303-10-11

Boniface VIII, [Benedetto Gaetani], lawyer/pope (1294-1303), dies

1304-07-07

Benedict XI, [Niccolo Boccasini], Pope (1303-04), dies

1314-04-20

Clement V, [Bertrand Got], pope (1305-14) move papacy to Avignon, dies

1333-10-16

Nicolaas V, [Pietro Rainalducci], Italian anti-Pope (1328-30), dies

1334-12-04

Pope John XXII (b. 1249)

1342-04-25

Benedict XII, [Jacques Fournier], Pope (1334-42), dies

1352-12-06

Clement VI, [Pierre Roger], Pope (1342-52), dies

1362-09-12

Innocent VI, [Etienne Aubert], Pope (1352-62), dies

1370-12-19

Urban V, [Guillaume de Grimoard], 1st Avignon Pope (1362-70), dies

1378-03-27

Gregory XI, [Pierre R the Beaufort], last French Pope (1370-78), dies

1389-10-15

Urban VI, [Bartolomeo Prignano], Italian pope (1378-89), dies

1394-09-16

Clement VII, [Robert de Geneve], Pope (1378-94), dies

1404-10-01

Boniface IX, [Pietro Tomacelli], Pope (1389-1404), dies

1406-11-06

Innocent VII, [Cosma de' Migliorati], Italian Pope (1404-06), dies

1410-05-03

Alexander V, [Petros Philargi], Kreta's Pope (1409-10), dies

1417-10-18

Pope Gregory XII [Angelo Correr], Pope (1406-15), dies

1419-12-22

John XXIII, [Baldassare Cossa], Italian Pope (1410-15), dies

1423-05-23

Benedict XIII, [Pedro the Luna], Spanish Pope (1394-1423), dies

1431-02-20

Pope Martin V [Oddo Colonna] dies, (b. 1368)

1446-12-28

Clement VIII, (Sanchez Muñoz), Spanish anti-pope (1423-29), dies

1447-02-23

Eugene IV, [Gabriele Condulmer], Italian Pope (1431-47), dies

1451-01-07

Amadeus VIII, last anti-pope Felix V (1439-49), dies at 67

1455-03-24

Nicholas V, [Tommaso Parentucelli], Italian Pope (1447-55), dies at 57

1458-08-06

Callixtus III, [Alfonso the Borja], Pope (1455-58), dies at 79

1464-08-15

Pius II, [Aenea S Piccolomini], Italian Pope (1458-64), dies at 58

1471-07-26

Paul II, [Pietro Barbo], Italian Pope (1464-71), dies at 54

1484-08-12

Sixtus IV, [Francesco della Rovere], Pope (1471-84), dies

1492-07-25

Innocent VII, [Giovanni B Cibo], Italian Pope (1484-92), dies

1503-08-18

Alexander VI, [Rodrigo de Borja], Spanish Pope (1492-1503), dies

1503-10-18

Pius III, [Francesco Todeschini], Pope (9/22-10/18/1503), dies

1513-02-21

Julius II, [Giuliano dellea Rovere], Pope (1503-13), dies at 69

1519-06-24

Lucrezia Borgia, daughter of Pope Alexander, dies at 39

1521-12-01

Leo X, [Giovanni de' Medici], Italian Pope (1513-21), dies at 45

1523-09-14

Adrian VI, [Adriaan F Bieyens], only Dutch Pope (1522-23), dies at 64

1534-09-25

Clement VII, [Giulio de' Medici], Italian Pope (1523-34), dies at 56

1547-09-10

Pierlugi Faraese, Italian son of Pope Paul III, murdered

1549-11-10

Paul III, [Alessandro Farnese], Italian Pope (1534-49), dies at 81

1555-03-23

Julius III, [Giovanni M del Monte], Pope (1550-55), dies at 67

1555-05-01

Marcellus II, [Marcello Cervini], Italian Pope (1555), dies at 53

1559-01-29

Thomas Pope, English politician, benefactor, dies at about 52

1559-08-18

Paul IV, [Giampietro Caraffa], Pope (1555-59), dies at 83

1565-12-09

Pius IV, [Gianangelo de' Medici], Italian Pope (1559-65), dies at 66

1572-05-01

Pius V, [Antonio Ghislieri], great-inquisiteur/Pope (1566-72), dies

1585-04-10

Gregory XIII, [Ugo Buoncampagni], Italian Pope (1572-85), dies at 83

1590-08-27

Sixtus V, [Felice Peretti/"Montalto"], Pope (1585-90), dies at 68

1590-09-27

Urban VII, [Giambattista Castagna], Italian Pope (1590), dies

1591-10-16

Gregory XIV, [Niccolo Sfondrati], Italian Pope, dies at 56

1591-12-30

Innocent IX, [Giovanni Facchinetti], Pope, (1591 62 days), dies at 72

1605-03-05

Clement VIII, [Ippolito Aldofireini], Pope (1592-1605), dies at 69

1605-04-27

Leo XI, [Alessandro O de' Medici], Italian Pope (1605), dies at 69

1612-08-09

Ottavio M Frangipani, Pope elect, dies

1621-01-28

Pope Paul V, [Camillo Borghese], 233rd pope (1605-21), dies at 68

1623-07-08

Gregory XV, [Alessandro Ludovisi], bishop of Bologna/Pope, dies at 69

1644-07-29

Urban VIII, [Maffeo Barberini], Pope (1623-44), dies

1655-01-07

Pope Innocent X (Giambattista Pamfili), Reigned 1644-55, dies at 80

1667-05-22

Alexander VII, [Fabio Chigi], Italian Pope (1655-67), dies at 68

1669-12-09

Clement IX, [Giulio Rospigliosi], Ital Pope (1667-69), dies

1676-07-22

Clement X, [Emilio Altieri], Italian Pope (1670-76), dies at 86

1689-08-12

Innocent XI, [Benedetto Odescalchi], Pope (1676-89), dies at 78

1691-02-01

Alexander VIII, [Pietro Ottoboni], Italian Pope (1689-91), dies at 80

1700-09-27

Innocent XII, [Antonio Pignatelli], Pope (1691-1700), dies at 85

1721-03-19

Clement XI, [Giovanni F Albani], Italian Pope (1700-21), dies at 71

1724-03-07

Innocent XIII, [Michelangiolo dei Conti], Pope (1721-24), dies at 68

1730-02-21

Benedict XIII, [Pietro F Orsini], Pope (1724-30), dies at 81

1740-02-08

Clement XII, [Lorenzo Corsini], blind Pope (1730-40), dies at 87

1744-05-30

Alexander Pope, English poet (The Rape of the Lock), dies at 56

1744-05-30

Alexander Pope, Acis and Galatea

1758-05-03

Benedict XIV, [Prospero L Lambertini], Pope (1740-58), dies at 83

1769-02-02

Clement XIII, [Carlo Rezzonico], Pope (1758-69), dies at 75

1774-09-22

Clement XIV, [Giovanni Ganganelli], Pope (1769-74), dies

1799-08-29

Pius VI, [Giovanni A Braschi], Italian Pope (1775-99), dies at 71

1823-08-20

Pius VII, [Luigi B Chiaramonti], Pope (1800-23), dies at 83

1829-02-10

Leo XII, [Annibale Sermattei], Italian Pope (1823-29), dies at 68

1830-11-30

Pius VIII, [Francesco S Castiglioni], Ital Pope (1829-30), dies at 69

1846-06-01

Gregory XVI, [Bartolomeo A Cappellari]/Mauro, Pope dies at 80

1878-02-07

Pius IX, "Pio Nono", [Giovanni Ferretti], Pope (1846-78), dies at 85

1898-12-24

Sharbel Makhluf, Lebanese monk canonized in 1977 by Pope Paul VI (b. 1828)

1903-07-20

Leo XIII, [Vincenzo G Pecci], Pope (1878-1903), dies at 93

1903-07-20

Leo XIII, M.H. Pope Leo in a Chair

1914-08-20

Pius X, [Giuseppe M Sarto], Pope (1903-14), dies

1914-08-20

Pope Pius X, His Holiness, the Late Pope Pius X, and the Vatican

1922-01-22

Benedictus XV, [Giacomo Markies D Chiesa], pope (1914-22), dies at 67

1922-01-22

Pope Benedict XV (b. 1854)

1939-02-10

Pius XI, [Ambrogio D A Ratti], Italian Pope (1922-39), dies at 81

1939-02-10

Pope Pius XI, Cavalcade of Faith

1950-11-12

F. Pope-Stamper, Ghosts

1952-07-27

Roland Pope, cricketer (Test for Australia 1885), dies

1958-10-09

Pius XII, [Eugenio Pacelli], Pope (1939-58), dies at 82

1958-10-09

Pope Pius XII, The Immortal City

1960-06-27

W. MacQueen Pope, Backstage

1963-06-03

Pope John XXIII [Angelo G Roncalli], Pope (1958-63), dies at 81

1978-08-06

Paul VI, [Giovanni Montini], Italian Pope (1963-78), dies at 80

1978-09-28

John Paul I, [Albino Luciano], Pope (1978), dies after 33 days as pope

1978-09-28

Pope John Paul I (Albino Luciani), 263rd Catholic Pope, died

1978-09-29

John Paul I, Pope for 34 days, dies at 65

1982-10-26

Giovanni Benelli, archbishop of Florence/Pope candidate, dies

1988-01-28

Dick Pope, The City of Beautiful Girls

1988-10-03

Generoso Pope Jr, National Enquirer owner, dies at 61

1990-06-19

Carlo Bagno, In the Name of the Pope King

1993-10-29

George Pope, cricketer (one Test for England, 8 runs not out), dies

1994-10-31

John Wyndham Pope-Hennessy, English art historian, dies at 80

1994-11-11

Ernest Clark, actor (Pope Must Die, Gandhi), dies at 82

1995-01-19

Hinton Pope, Lila

1995-02-01

Michael Caesar, pope of pot, dies of liver cancer at 52

1995-02-02

Andre Frossard, French publicist (Defense of Pope), dies at 80

1996-03-16

Joseph Lee Pope, singer, dies at 62

1999-08-28

Dave Pope, Game 4

2003-11-19

Dani Segina, The Pope Must Diet

2004-02-11

Tony Pope, Who Framed Roger Rabbit

2005-04-02

Pope John Paul II, Polish Roman Catholic Pope (b. 1920)

2005-04-02

Pope John Paul II, The Papal Chase

2006-06-23

Damir Mejovsek, The Pope Must Diet

2009-06-19

Gary Papa, The Pope of Utah

2009-07-16

Everett Pope, Everett Pope

2009-07-30

Dennis Pope, What Dreams May Come

2011-09-14

Giancarlo Zizola, Pope John XXIII

2012-03-17

Pope Shenouda III, Egyptian Pope of the Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria, dies from prostate cancer at 88

2013-11-11

Domenico Bartolucci, Pope Joan

2014-08-20

Edmund Szoka, Pope John Paul II: Part I/Pope John Paul II: Part II/Jane Fonda: My Life So Far - Part I

2015-06-03

Eugene Kennedy, I Would Be Called John: Pope John XXIII


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