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List of Popes from Peter to Francis


Pope according to Wikipedia:

The Pope (Latin: papa; from Greek: πάππας pappas, a child’s word for father) is the Bishop of Rome and the leader of the worldwide Catholic Church. The importance of the Roman bishop is largely derived from his role as the traditional successor to Saint Peter, to whom Jesus gave the keys of Heaven and the powers of “binding and loosing,” naming him as the “rock” upon which the church would be built. The current pope is Francis, who was elected on 13 March 2013, succeeding Benedict XVI.

List of Popes from Peter to Francis:

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St. Peter
St. Linus
St. Anacletus (or Cletus)
St. Clement I
St. Evaristus
St. Alexander I
St. Sixtus I (or Xystus I)
St. Telesphorus
St. Hyginus
St. Pius I
St. Anicetus
St. Soter
St. Eleutherius
St. Victor I
St. Zephyrinus
St. Callistus I
St. Urban I
St. Pontain
St. Anterus
St. Fabian
St. Cornelius
St. Lucius I
St. Stephen I
St. Sixtus II
St. Dionysius
St. Felix I
St. Eutychian
St. Caius (or Gaius)
St. Marcellinus
St. Marcellus I
St. Eusebius
St. Miltiades
St. Sylvester I
St. Marcus
St. Julius I
Liberius
St. Damasus I
St. Siricius
St. Anastasius I
St. Innocent I
St. Zosimus
St. Boniface I
St. Celestine I
St. Sixtus III
St. Leo I the Great
St. Hilarius
St. Simplicius
St. Felix III (or II)
St. Gelasius I
Anastasius II
St. Symmachus
St. Hormisdas
St. John I
St. Felix IV (or III)
Boniface II
John II
St. Agapetus I
St. Silverius
Vigilius
Pelagius I
John III
Benedict I
Pelagius II
St. Gregory I the Great
Sabinian
Boniface III
St. Boniface IV
St. Deusdedit (Adeodatus I)
Boniface V
Honorius I
Severinus
John IV
Theodore I
St. Martin I
St. Eugene I
St. Vitalian
Adeodatus II
Donus
St. Agatho
St. Leo II
St. Benedict II
John V
Conon
St. Sergius I
John VI
John VII
Sisinnius
Constantine
St. Gregory II
St. Gregory III
St. Zachary
Stephen III
St. Paul I
Stephen IV
Adrian I
St. Leo III
Stephen V
St. Paschal I
Eugene II
Valentine
Gregory IV
Sergius II
St. Leo IV
Benedict III
St. Nicholas I the Great
Adrian II
John VIII
Marinus I
St. Adrian III
Stephen VI
Formosus
Boniface VI
Stephen VII
Romanus
Theodore II
John IX
Benedict IV
Leo V
Sergius III
Anastasius III
Lando
John X
Leo VI
Stephen VIII
John XI
Leo VII
Stephen IX
Marinus II
Agapetus II
John XII
Leo VIII
Benedict V
John XIII
Benedict VI
Benedict VII
John XIV
John XV
Gregory V
Sylvester II
John XVII
John XVIII
Sergius IV
Benedict VIII
John XIX
Benedict IX
Sylvester III
Benedict IX
Gregory VI
Clement II
Benedict IX
Damasus II
St. Leo IX
Victor II
Stephen X
Nicholas II
Alexander II
St. Gregory VII
Blessed Victor III
Blessed Urban II
Paschal II
Gelasius II
Callistus II
Honorius II
Innocent II
Celestine II
Lucius II
Blessed Eugene III
Anastasius IV
Adrian IV
Alexander III
Lucius III
Urban III
Gregory VIII
Clement III
Celestine III
Innocent III
Honorius III
Gregory IX
Celestine IV
Innocent IV
Alexander IV
Urban IV
Clement IV
Blessed Gregory X
Blessed Innocent V
Adrian V
John XXI
Nicholas III
Martin IV
Honorius IV
Nicholas IV
St. Celestine V
Boniface VIII
Blessed Benedict XI
Clement V
John XXII
Benedict XII
Clement VI
Innocent VI
Blessed Urban V
Gregory XI
Urban VI
Boniface IX
Innocent VII
Gregory XII
Martin V
Eugene IV
Nicholas V
Callistus III
Pius II
Paul II
Sixtus IV
Innocent VIII
Alexander VI
Pius III
Julius II
Leo X
Adrian VI
Clement VII
Paul III
Julius III
Marcellus II
Paul IV
Pius IV
St. Pius V
Gregory XIII
Sixtus V
Urban VII
Gregory XIV
Innocent IX
Clement VIII
Leo XI
Paul V
Gregory XV
Urban VIII
Innocent X
Alexander VII
Clement IX
Clement X
Blessed Innocent XI
Alexander VIII
Innocent XII
Clement XI
Innocent XIII
Benedict XIII
Clement XII
Benedict XIV
Clement XIII
Clement XIV
Pius VI
Pius VII
Leo XII
Pius VIII
Gregory XVI
Venerable Pius IX
Leo XIII
St. Pius X
Benedict XV
Pius XI
Pius XII
John XXIII
Paul VI
John Paul I
John Paul II
Benedict XVI
Francis
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105-115
115-125
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1831-46
1846-78
1878-1903
1903-14
1914-22
1922-39
1939-58
1958-63
1963-78
1978
1978-2005
2005-2013
2013-present

 

Prayer for the Pope:

V. Let us pray for Francis, the Pope.
R. May the Lord preserve him, give him a long life, make him blessed upon the earth, and may the Lord not hand him over to the power of his enemies.

V. May your hand be upon your holy servant.
R. And upon your son whom you have anointed.

Let us pray. O God, the Pastor and Ruler of all the faithful, look down, in your mercy, upon your servant, N., whom you have appointed to preside over your Church; and grant, we beseech you, that both by word and example, he may edify all those under his charge; so that, with the flock entrusted to him, he may arrive at length unto life everlasting. Through Christ our Lord. R. Amen.










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19 comments

  1. R. E. Digal Reply

    Do ou have an article regarding why we believe in praying or the dead/faithful departed?

    1. Lea Leger Reply

      yes, the Catholic church have an article why we believe in praying or the dead/ faithful departef. Seach on Catholic and Proud site.

    2. Fonyee Michael Reply

      As you rightly said “faithful departed” it is by our faith and not by any document or article.
      Did Jesus not prayed for Lazarus his friend when he died? If it were not by faith he would not have prayed

  2. FRANCISOTIM Reply

    WONDERFUL

  3. Annette Beckett Reply

    interesting – many popes canonised before the end of the 1st millenium- only one after that …

    1. Rosslyn Doppelganger Reply

      A more suitable number for Pope Francis I, one of the Two False Popes {Horns Of The Lamb} of Rev. 13.11, would be “666” instead of “266” !!! On the other hand, perhaps TWO 66 may be closer as it signifies “TWO 66s”, the current Two False Popes: Pope Francis I & Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI !!!

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    1. Rosslyn Doppelganger Reply

      A more suitable number for Pope Francis I, one of the Two False Popes {Horns Of The Lamb} of Rev. 13.11, would be “666” instead of “266” !!! On the other hand, perhaps TWO 66 may be closer as it signifies “TWO 66s”, the current Two False Popes: Pope Francis I & Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI !!!

  5. Richmond Reply

    Pope John Paul II was already a saint…

  6. Cecille Guarda Reply

    Thank you for posting this list of our Popes. I had a wall frame on which depicts their pictures, names and periods of reign. One of my precious collections in 2008. It was lost in the onslaught of Yolanda.

    1. Rosslyn Doppelganger Reply

      A more suitable number for Pope Francis I, one of the Two False Popes {Horns Of The Lamb} of Rev. 13.11, would be “666” instead of “266” !!! On the other hand, perhaps TWO 66 may be closer as it signifies “TWO 66s”, the current Two False Popes: Pope Francis I & Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI !!!

  7. Rosslyn Doppelganger Reply

    A more suitable number for Pope Francis I, one of the Two False Popes {Horns Of The Lamb} of Rev. 13.11, would be “666” instead of “266” !!! On the other hand, perhaps TWO 66 may be closer as it signifies “TWO 66s”, the current Two False Popes: Pope Francis I & Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI !!!

    1. Martin Tumilty Reply

      Your repeated posts leaves one wondering if you are a parrot.

      1. Rosslyn Doppelganger Reply

        Wasn’t sure if my Comment was accepted the first time, as this Forum takes considerable time to publish a Comment.
        And there’s no way to Delete a Comment after Posting, so I guess, the repeats will just have to stay.
        Sorry about the bother to you.

        1. ciel Reply

          The Pope is the servant of the servants of God. He himself tells us that there is only one Master Jesus Christ whom all of us are bound to serve and worship.The Pope claims to depend very much upon God. In Rev.13:11 St. John desired to show us that he knew the future by revelation but he was not free to manifest all that he know to us.In the other verse, He explicitly says “Let him that had understanding count the number.” the understanding required must be on the same level as the understanding of St. John and Those who are confident that 666 refers to the Pope rank them selves with St, John.(how dare you)..

          1. Capt. Rosslyn V. Crasto

            “Let him that had understanding count the number." the understanding required must be on the same level as the understanding of St. John and Those who are confident that 666 refers to the Pope rank them selves with St, John.(how dare you)..

            666 should be 6,6,6.

            I came to this conclusion by observing William Blake’s surrealist watercolour painting titled: “The Mark & Number of the Beast is 666”, and wanting to know how Blake had positioned 10 Horns on 7 Heads, I noted that he had done so simply by putting an extra horn, a PAIR OF HORNS, on 3 heads. That would make 6 persons in charge of the said beast.

            And there are 3 Main Entities in Revelation as follows:

            1.) The Biblical Dragon, a Military Entity with 7 Nation & 10 Supporting Arab Nations which already exists {since August-September-October 2014 C.E., & you can monitor it simply by typing in “10 Supporting Nations” as your YAHOO Search Engine for this Article}, 6 Horns,

            2.) The Biblical Beast of World Finance which is soon to come into existence if not already so in secret, of 7 National Banks & 10 Supporting Financiers / Underwriters, 6 Horns, and…

            3.) The SCARLETT {College Of Cardinals} Religious Beast on which sits the WHORE OF BABYLON, 6 Horns !!!

            Thus we have the 3 entities which are controlled by 6,6, & 6…the NUMBER OF A MAN of Rev. 13.18: “Here is wisdom. He that hath understanding, let him count the number of the beast. For it is the number of a man: and the number of him is six hundred sixty-six”.

            Of course, I, being one of the foremost dullards of my class in school & college, may well have “caught the Satanic Bull by the tail” instead of the Horns, on this one !!!

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