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List of Popes

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List of Popes, St Peter's Basilica.

The list of Popes chronologically lists the men who have been given the title Pope and Bishop of Rome by the Catholic Church. While there is no completely official list of popes, the Annuario Pontificio, published every year by the Roman Curia, contains a list that is generally considered to be the most authoritative. Due to the long history of the Papacy, the scholars who have compiled lists of the men holding the title, have debated over whether some figures were actual Popes or Antipopes.

Chronological list of Popes

Under the Roman Empire (33—493)

Portrait Name From Until Notes
Tears of Saint Peter by El Greco.png Peter 33 67
Linus 67 79
Pope Anacletus.png Anacletus 79 88
Pope St. Clement I.png Clement I 88 97 The First Epistle of Clement has passed down as one of the oldest pieces of Christian literature.
Evaristus 97 105
Alexander I 105 115
Sixtus I 115 125
Telesphorus 125 136 The first Greek Pope.
Pope Hyginus.png Hyginus 136 140
Pope Pius I.png Pius I 140 155
Pope Anicetus.png Anicetus 155 166
Pope St. Sotor.png Soter 166 175
Pope St Eleuterus.png Eleuterus 175 189
Pope St. Victor I.png Victor I 189 199
Pope St. Zephyrinus.png Zephyrinus 199 217
Pope St. Calixtus I.png Callixtus I 217 222
Urban I 222 230
Pope St. Pontianus.png Pontian 230 235
Pope St. Anterus.png Anterus 235 236
Pope St. Fabian.png Fabian 236 250
Pope St. Cornelius.png Cornelius 251 253
Lucius I 253 254
Pope St. Stephen I.png Stephen I 254 257
Pope St Sixtus II.png Sixtus II 257 258
Dionysius 259 268
Pope St. Felix I.png Felix I 269 274
Pope St. Euttychian.png Eutychian 275 283
Caius 283 296
Marcellinus 296 304
Marcellus I 308 309
Eusebius 309 310
Pope St. Miltiades.png Miltiades 311 314 Constantine the Great granted the Lateran Palace to the Bishop of Rome during his Pontificate. Edict of Milan in 313 sees Roman toleration of Christians.
Pope Sylvester I.png Sylvester I 314 335 The 8th century forgery of the Donation of Constantine, claims Constantine gave the Bishop of Rome "authority" over Western Roman Empire during the reign of Syvlester as he moved to Constantinople.
Mark 336 336
Julius I 337 352 The Feast of the Nativity is settled as 25 December during his reign, providing an alternative to pagan Saturnalia.
Pope Liberius.png Liberius 352 366
Pope St. Damascus.png Damasus I 366 384 The Christian Church was made the state religion of the Roman Empire in 380, while Theodosius the Great of the Theodosian dynasty was emperor.
Pope Siricius.png Siricius 384 399
Pope St. Anastasius I.png Anastasius I 399 401
Pope St. Innocent I.png Innocent I 401 417 St. Jerome's translation of the Vulgate is completed in 405; this gave the West a version of the Bible in Latin instead of Greek.
Zosimus 417 418
Boniface I 418 422
Pope St. Celestine I.png Celestine I 422 432
Pope St. Sixtus III.png Sixtus III 432 440
St Leo the Great, Pope of Rome.png Leo I
(Leo the Great)
440 461
Hilarius 461 468
Pope St. Simplicius.png Simplicius 468 483 Western Roman Empire fell during his reign in 476. Germanic tribes come to power in Italy.
Felix III 483 492

Ostrogothic Papacy (493—537)

Portrait Name From Until Notes
Gelasius I 492 496
Anastasius II 496 498
Symmachus 498 514
Hormisdas 514 523
John I 523 526 Christmas is declared a public holiday during his reign.
Felix IV 526 530
Boniface II 530 532 The first Germanic Pope.
Pope John II.png John II 533 535
Agapetus I 535 536
Silverius 536 537

Byzantine Papacy (537—752)

Portrait Name From Until Notes
Vigilius 537 555
Pelagius I 556 561
John III 561 574
Benedict I 575 579
Pelagius II 579 590
Pope St Gregory I.png Gregory I
(Gregory the Great)
590 604
Sabinian 604 606
Boniface III 607 607
Pope Boniface IV.png Boniface IV 608 615
Adeodatus I 615 618
Boniface V 619 625
Honorius I 625 638
Severinus 638 640
John IV 640 642
Pope Theodore I.png Theodore I 642 649
Pope St Martin.png Martin I 649 655
Eugene I 654 657
Vitalian 657 672
Adeodatus II 672 676
Donus 676 678
Agatho 678 681
Leo II 681 683
Benedict II 684 685
Pope John V.png John V 685 686 Elected by general population of Rome rather than appointed by Byzantine Emperor.
Conon 686 687
Sergius I 687 701
John VI 701 705
John VII 705 707
Sisinnius 708 708
Constantine 708 715
Gregory II 715 731
Gregory III 731 741
Zachary 741 752
Pope-elect Stephen 752 752 Sometimes known as Stephen II. Died three days after his election and was never consecrated into the office of Pope.
Stephen II 752 757 Sometimes known as Stephen III. Formed an alliance with the Franks against Lombards in Italy. Papal States given by Carolingians as Donation of Pepin.

Frankish Papacy (756—857)

Portrait Name From Until Notes
Pope Paul I.png Paul I 757 767
Stephen III 767 772 Sometimes known as Stephen IV.
Adrian I 772 795
Leo III 795 816
Stephen IV 816 817 Sometimes known as Stephen V.
Pope Paschal I.png Paschal I 817 824
Eugene II 824 827
Valentine 827 827
Pope Gregory IV.png Gregory IV 827 844
Sergius II 844 847
Leo IV 847 855
Benedict III 855 858
Nicholas I 858 867
Adrian II 867 872 Convoked the Fourth Constantinople Council with Basil I Macedonian, Byzantine Emperor. This deposed the Patriarch of Constantinople, Photios I and marked growing East-West tensions.
John VIII 872 882
Marinus I 882 884
Adrian III 884 885
Stephen V 885 891 Sometimes known as Stephen VI.
Formosus 891 896
Boniface VI 896 896
Stephen VI 896 897 Sometimes known as Stephen VII.
Romanus 897 897
Theodore II 897 897
John IX 898 900
Benedict IV 900 903
Pope Leo V.png Leo V 903 903

Saeculum obscurum (904—964)

Portrait Name From Until Notes
Sergius III 904 911
Anastasius III 911 913
Lando 913 914
John X 914 928
Leo VI 928 928
Stephen VII 928 931 Sometimes known as Stephen VIII.
John XI 931 935
Leo VII 936 939
Stephen VIII 939 942 Sometimes known as Stephen IX.
Marinus II 942 946
Agapetus II 946 955
John XII 955 964
Benedict V 964 964
Leo VIII 964 965
John XIII 965 972
Benedict VI 973 974

Crescentii Era (974—1012)

Portrait Name From Until Notes
Benedict VII 974 983
John XIV 983 984
John XV 985 996
Gregory V 996 999
Sylvester II 999 1003
John VII 1003 1003
John XVIII 1003 1009
Sergius IV 1009 1012

Tusculan Papacy (1012—1048)

Portrait Name From Until Notes
Benedict VIII 1012 1024
John XIX 1024 1032
Benedict IX 1032 1044 First term.
Sylvester III 1045 1045 Considered Antipope by some.
Benedict IX 1045 1046 Second term.
Gregory VI 1045 1046
Clement II 1046 1047
Benedict IX 1047 1048 Third term.

Imperial Papacy (1048—1257)

Portrait Name From Until Notes
Damasus II 1048 1048
Leo IX 1049 1054 He began to reform the problem of simony. The Great Schism occurred with the East during his reign, which became known as the Orthodox Church.
Victor II 1055 1057
Stephen IX 1057 1058
Nicholas II 1058 1061 Decree in 1059 declared that Papal elections would be voted on by a College of Cardinals.
Alexander II 1061 1073 Assented to the invasion of Anglo-Saxon England by the Norman horde under William the Bastard.
Pope Gregory VII.png Gregory VII 1073 1085 Major power struggle with Henry IV Salian, Holy Roman Emperor over the Investiture Controversy. Declared to King of Castile that Jews may not have power over Christians.
Victor III 1086 1087
Pope Urban II.png Urban II 1088 1099 Called the First Crusade. Establishment of the Knights of the Holy Sepulchre.
Pope Paschal II.png Paschal II 1099 1118 Called the Crusade of the Faint-Hearted. Establishment of the Knights Hospitaller.
Gelasius II 1118 1119
Callistus II 1119 1124 Presided over the First Lateran Council. Condemned simony, incest and states bishops must be elected free from secular influence. Enforced clerical celibacy. Removed religious significance of the Emperor.
Honorius II 1124 1130 Establishment of the Knights Templar.
Pope Innocent II.png Innocent II 1130 1143 Presided over the Second Lateran Council. Confirmed ban on clerical marriage.
Pope Celestine II.png Celestine II 1143 1144
Lucius II 1144 1145 A Jewish-Republican revolt known as the Commune of Rome under Giordano Pierleoni occurred. Lucius was killed by stoning while trying to retake Rome.
Eugene III 1145 1153 Called the Second Crusade.
Pope Anastasius IV.png Anastasius IV 1153 1154
Pope Adrian IV.png Adrian IV 1154 1159 Assented to the invasion of the Gaelic High Kingship of Ireland by the Norman horde.
Pope Alexander III.png Alexander III 1159 1181 Presided over Third Lateran Council, condemned Cathars and Waldensians. Forbade sodomy, usury and simony. States that Jews and Mohammedans may not have Christian servants; Jews unreliable witnesses.
Lucius III 1181 1185
Urban III 1185 1187
Gregory VIII 1187 1187 Called the Third Crusade.
Clement III 1187 1191
Pope Celestine III.png Celestine III 1191 1198 Establishment of the Teutonic Knights, officially sanctioned the Baltic Crusades.
Pope Innocent III.png Innocent III 1198 1216 Called the Fourth Crusade and Albigensian Crusade. Fourth Lateran Council begins the Inquisition, defines the doctrine of transubstantiation and refines the Mass. Approved of the Franciscans.
Pope Honorius III.png Honorius III 1216 1227 Called the Fifth Crusade. Approved of the Dominicans.
Pope Gregory IX.png Gregory IX 1227 1241 Peace of Paris ended Albigensian Crusade. Called for burning of every Talmud in Europe. Called the Sixth Crusade; excommunicated Frederick II Hohenstaufen, Holy Roman Emperor.
Pope Celestine IV.png Celestine IV 1241 1241
Pope Innocent IV.png Innocent IV 1243 1254 Presided over the First Council of Lyon. Called the Seventh Crusade. Cardinals began wearing a red hat. Betrayed Christendom by tolerating a "censored" Talmud.

Wandering Papacy (1257—1304)

Portrait Name From Until Notes
Pope Alexander IV.png Alexander IV 1254 1261
Urban IV 1261 1264
Clement IV 1265 1268
Gregory X 1271 1276 Took part in Ninth Crusade as layman with Edward I Plantagenet, King of England (then Prince of Wales). Presided over the Second Council of Lyon, which tried to reunite East and West.
Innocent V 1276 1276
Adrian V 1276 1276
Pope John XXI.png John XXI 1276 1277
Pope Nicholas III.png Nicholas III 1277 1280
Martin IV 1281 1285
Honorius IV 1285 1287
Nicholas IV 1288 1292
Pope Celestine V.png Celestine V 1294 1294
Pope Boniface VIII.png Boniface VIII 1294 1303 Papal bull, Unam Sanctam, declared there is absolutely no salvation outside the Catholic Church.
Pope Benedict XI.png Benedict XI 1303 1304

Avignon Papacy (1309—1378)

Portrait Name From Until Notes
Pope Clement V.png Clement V 1305 1314 Summoned the Council of Vienne. Suppressed the Knights Templar at behest of Philip IV Capet, King of France. Moved the Papacy to Avignon.
Pope John XXII.png John XXII 1316 1334
Pope Benedict XII.png Benedict XII 1334 1342
Pope Clement VI.png Clement VI 1342 1352
Pope Innocent VI.png Innocent VI 1352 1362
Pope Urban V.png Urban V 1362 1370
Pope Gregory XI.png Gregory XI 1370 1378

Western Schism (1378—1417)

Portrait Name From Until Notes
Pope Urban VI.png Urban VI 1378 1389
Pope Boniface IX.png Boniface IX 1389 1404
Pope Innocent VII.png Innocent VII 1404 1406
Pope Gregory XII.png Gregory XII 1406 1415 Confirmed the Council of Constance which ended the Great Western Schism and condemned Jan Hus.

Renaissance Papacy (1417—1534)

Portrait Name From Until Notes
Pope Martin V.png Martin V 1417 1431 Convoked the Council of Florence, 1431–49, which led to short-lived reconciliation with the Orthodox Church.
Pope Eugene IV.png Eugene IV 1431 1447
Pope Nicholas V.png Nicholas V 1447 1455 Fall of Constantinople in 1453. "Second Rome" consumed under Turkish horde. Some Greeks come to Rome.
Pope Callixtus III.png Callixtus III 1455 1458
Pope Pius II.png Pius II 1458 1464
Pope Paul II.png Paul II 1464 1471
Pope Sixtus IV.png Sixtus IV 1471 1484
Pope Innocent VIII.png Innocent VIII 1484 1492
Pope Alexander VI.png Alexander VI 1492 1503
Pope Pius III.png Pius III 1503 1503
Pope Julius II.png Julius II 1503 1513 Convoked the Fifth Lateran Council, 1512-14, which condemned Conciliarism.
Pope Leo X.png Leo X 1513 1521 Augustinian monk Martin Luther was excommunicated in 1521, he founded the Protestant religion.
Pope Adrian VI.png Adrian VI 1522 1523
Pope Clement VII.png Clement VII 1523 1534 The father of John Calvin was excommunicated in 1528, his son founded the Calvinist sect of Protestantism.

Reformation Papacy (1534—1587)

Portrait Name From Until Notes
Pope Paul III.png Paul III 1524 1549 Henry VIII Tudor, King of England was excommunicated in 1538, he founded the schismatic Anglican Church. Opened the Council of Trent in 1545.
Pope Julius III.png Julius III 1550 1555
Pope Marcellus II.png Marcellus II 1555 1555
Pope Paul IV.png Paul IV 1555 1559 The Index Librorum Prohibitorum for forbidden books is constituted and published for first time.
Pope Pius IV.png Pius IV 1559 1565 The Council of Trent was finally closed in 1563.
Pope St Pius V.png Pius V 1566 1572
Pope Gregory XIII.png Gregory XIII 1572 1585

Baroque Papacy (1585—1689)

Portrait Name From Until Notes
Pope Sixtus V.png Sixtus V 1585 1590
Pope Urban VII.png Urban VII 1590 1590
Pope Gregory XIV.png Gregory XIV 1590 1591
Pope Innocent IX.png Innocent IX 1591 1591
Pope Clement VIII.png Clement VIII 1592 1605
Pope Leo XI.png Leo XI 1605 1605
Pope Paul V.png Paul V 1605 1621
Pope Gregory XV.png Gregory XV 1621 1623
Pope Urban VIII.png Urban VIII 1623 1644 Cornelius Jansen published Augustinus in 1640 initiating Jansenism. Accused of being Calvinistic, they clashed with Jesuits, especially in France.
Pope Innocent X.png Innocent X 1644 1655 The Peace of Westphalia in 1648 ends explicit Catholic-Protestant military conflict in Europe.
Pope Alexander VII.png Alexander VII 1655 1667
Pope Clement IX.png Clement IX 1667 1669
Pope Clement X.png Clement X 1670 1676
Pope Innocent XI.png Innocent XI 1676 1689 Assented to the Orange conquest of Stuart Britain & Ireland in 1688 as part of a policy to undermine James II's Bourbon allies in Gallican France.

Modern Papacy (1689—present)

Portrait Name From Until Notes
Pope Alexander VIII.png Alexander VIII 1689 1691
Pope Innocent XII.png Innocent XII 1691 1700
Pope Clement XI.png Clement XI 1700 1721
Pope Innocent XIII.png Innocent XIII 1721 1724
Pope Benedict XIII.png Benedict XIII 1724 1730
Clement XII.jpg Clement XII 1730 1740
Pope Benedict XIV.png Benedict XIV 1740 1758 Vix Pervenit, encyclical condemned usury as a sin, in response to Francesco Scipione.
Pope Clement XIII.png Clement XIII 1758 1769
Pope Clement XIV.png Clement XIV 1769 1774
Pope Pius VI.png Pius VI 1775 1799 Masonic-Deist foundation of "Historical Jesus" school, Reimarus' Apologia is published during his Pontificate. The Revolution in France takes place.
Pope Pius VII.png Pius VII 1800 1823
Pope Leo XII.png Leo XII 1823 1829
Pope Pius VIII.png Pius VIII 1829 1830
Pope Gregory XVI.png Gregory XVI 1831 1846
Pope Pius IX.png Pius IX 1846 1878 Charles Darwin (Unitarian) published On the Origin of Species during his Pontificate.
XIII.Leopp.jpg Leo XIII 1878 1903
Pope St Pius X.png Pius X 1903 1914
Pope Benedict XV.png Benedict XV 1914 1922
Pope Pius XI.png Pius XI 1922 1939
Pope Pius XII.png Pius XII 1939 1958
Sede vacante.png Sede vacante 1958 present No un-controversial claimant. There exists the Protestantised Vatican II Anti-Papacy beholden to Judeo-Masonry.

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