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Pope Stephen IX

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Stephen IX
Papacy began 3 August 1057
Papacy ended 29 March 1058
Predecessor Victor II
Successor Nicholas II
Personal details
Birth name Frédéric de Lorraine
Born c. 1020
Duchy of Lorraine, Holy Roman Empire
Died 29 March 1058(1058-03-29)
Florence, Holy Roman Empire
Other Popes named Stephen

Pope Stephen IX (c. 1020[1] – 29 March 1058) was Pope from 3 August 1057 to 29 March 1058.

His baptismal name was Frederick of Lorraine[2] (French: Frédéric de Lorraine), and he was a younger brother of Godfrey III, Duke of Lower Lorraine, who, as Margrave of Tuscany (by his marriage to Beatrice of Bar, widow of Boniface III of Tuscany), played a prominent part in the politics of the period.

Frederick, who had been raised to the cardinalate by Pope Leo IX, for some time discharged the function of papal legate at Constantinople. He was with Leo IX in his expedition against the Normans and at one time had to take refuge from Emperor Henry II in Monte Cassino. Five days after the death of Pope Victor II (who had made him cardinal-priest and abbot of Monte Cassino) he was chosen to succeed him as Pope Stephen IX.[3] He enforced the policies of the Gregorian Reform as to clerical celibacy, was planning for the expulsion of the Normans from Italy and the elevation of his brother to the imperial throne, when he was seized by a severe illness, from which he only partially and temporarily recovered. Stephen IX died at Florence on 29 March 1058 and is considered by the current-day Roman Catholic Church to have been succeeded by Pope Nicholas II, though others consider his successor to be Pope Benedict X, officially regarded as an antipope.

Notes

  1. Mittermaier, Karl (2006). Die deutschen Päpste. Benedikt XVI. und seine deutschen Vorgänger. p. 102. 
  2. Kelly, Thomas Forrest, The Beneventan Chant, (Cambridge University Press, 1989), 39.
  3. He explicitly took the name and the number IX. He signed all his official documents Stephanus Nonus Papa (Stephen Ninth Pope), although some lists called him Stephen X from the second half of the 16th century to the first half of 20th.

References

Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Victor II
Pope
1057–58
Succeeded by
Nicholas II


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