Here are all the Popes since 33AD. I have begun my quest to node information about all of them. Those that already have nodes are marked with a *. Please msg me if you node any of them so that I can keep the list up to date.

  1. *St Peter (c.33-67 AD)
  2. *St Linus (67-76)
  3. *Anacletus (76-88)
  4. *Clement I (88-97)
  5. *Evaristus (97-105)
  6. *Alexander I (105-115)
  7. *Sixtus I (115-125)
  8. *Telesphorus (125-136)
  9. *Hyginus (136-140)
  10. *Pius I (140-155)
  11. *Anicetus (155-166)
  12. *Soter (166-175)
  13. *Eleutherius (175-189)
  14. *Victor I (189-199)
  15. Zephyrinus (199-217)
  16. Callistus I (217-222)
  17. *Urban I (222-230)
  18. *Pontian (230-235)
  19. Anterus (235-236)
  20. Fabian (236-250)
  21. Cornelius (251-253)
  22. Lucius I (253-254)
  23. Stephen I (254-257)
  24. Sixtus II (257-258)
  25. Dionysius (259-268)
  26. *Felix I (269-274)
  27. Eutychian (275-283)
  28. Caius (283-296)
  29. Marcellinus (296-304)
  30. Marcellus I (308-309)
  31. Eusebius (309?-310?)
  32. Melchiades (311-314)
  33. Sylvester I (314-335)
  34. Marcus (336-336)
  35. Julius I (337-352)
  36. Libenus (352-366)
  37. Damasus I (366-384)
  38. Siricius (384-399)
  39. Anastasius I (399-401)
  40. Innocent I (401-417)
  41. Zozimus (417-418)
  42. Boniface I (418422)
  43. Celestine I (422-432)
  44. Sixtus III (432-440)
  45. Leo I (440-461)
  46. Hilary (461-468)
  47. Simplicius (468-483)
  48. *Felix III (II) (483-492)
  49. Gelasius I (492-496)
  50. Anastasius II (496-498)
  51. Symmachus (498-514)
  52. Hormisdas (514-523)
  53. John I (523-526)
  54. *Felix IV (III) (526-530)
  55. Boniface II (530-532)
  56. John II (533-535)
  57. Agapetus I (535-536)
  58. Silverius (536 537)
  59. Vigilius (537-555)
  60. Pelagius I (556-561)
  61. John III (561-574)
  62. Benedict I (575-579)
  63. Pelagius II (579-590)
  64. *Gregory I (590-604)
  65. Sabinianus (604-606)
  66. *Boniface III (607-607)
  67. Boniface IV (608-615)
  68. Deusdedit (Adeodatus) (615-618)
  69. Boniface V (619-625)
  70. Honorius I (625-638)
  71. Severinus (640-640)
  72. John IV (640-642)
  73. Theodore I (642-649)
  74. Martin I (649-655)
  75. Eugene I (654-657)
  76. Vitalian (657-672)
  77. Adeodatus II (672-676)
  78. Donus (676-678)
  79. Agatho (678-681)
  80. Leo II (682-683)
  81. Benedict II (684-685)
  82. John V (685-686)
  83. Conon (686-687)
  84. Sergius I (687-701)
  85. John VI (701-705)
  86. John VII (705-707)
  87. Sisinnius (708-708)
  88. Constantine (708-715)
  89. Gregory II (715-731)
  90. Gregory III (731-741)
  91. Zachary (741-752)
  92. Stephen II (752-752)
  93. Stephen II (III) (752-757)
  94. Paul I (757-767)
  95. Stephen III (IV) (768-772)
  96. Adrian I (772-795)
  97. *Leo III (795-816)
  98. Stephen IV (V) (816-817)
  99. Paschal I (817-824)
  100. Eugene II (824-827)
  101. Valentine (827-827)
  102. Gregory IV (827-844)
  103. Sergius II (844-847)
  104. Leo IV (847-855)
  105. Benedict III (855-858)
  106. Nicholas I (858-867)
  107. Adrian II (867-872)
  108. John VIII (872-882)
  109. Marinus I (882-884)
  110. Adrian III (884-885)
  111. Stephen V (VI) (885-891)
  112. *Formosus (891-896)
  113. Boniface VI (896-896)
  114. Stephen VI (VII) (896-897)
  115. Romanus (897-897)
  116. Theodore II (897-897)
  117. John IX (898-900)
  118. Benedict IV (900-903)
  119. Leo V (903-903)
  120. Sergius III (904-911)
  121. Anastasius III (911-913)
  122. Landus (913-914)
  123. John X (914-928)
  124. Leo VI (928-928)
  125. Stephen VII (VIII) (928-931)
  126. John XI (931-935)
  127. Leo VII (936-939)
  128. Stephen VIII (IX) (939-942)
  129. Martin III (942-946)
  130. Agapetus II (946-955)
  131. John XII (955-964)
  132. *Leo VIII (963-965)
  133. Benedict V (964-966)
  134. John XIII (965-972)
  135. Benedict VI (973-974)
  136. Benedict VII (974-983)
  137. John XIV (983-984)
  138. John XV (985-996)
  139. Gregory V (996-999)
  140. Sylvester II (999-1003)
  141. John XVII (1003-1003)
  142. John XVIII (1004-1009)
  143. Sergius IV (1009-1012)
  144. Benedict VIII (1012-1024)
  145. John XIX (1024-1032)
  146. Benedict IX (1032-1044)
  147. Sylvester III (1045-1045)
  148. Benedict IX (1045-1045)
  149. Gregory VI (1045-1046)
  150. Clement II (1046-1047)
  151. Benedict IX (1047-1048)
  152. Damasus II (1048-1048)
  153. Leo IX (1049-1054)
  154. Victor II (1055-1057)
  155. Stephen IX (X)(1057-1058)
  156. Nicholas II (1059-1061)
  157. Alexander II (1061-1073)
  158. Gregory VII (1073-1085)
  159. Victor III (1086-1087)
  160. *Urban II (1088-1099)
  161. Paschal II (1099-1118)
  162. Gelasius II (1118-1119)
  163. Callistus II (1119-1124)
  164. *Honorius II (1124-1130)
  165. Innocent II (1130-1143)
  166. Celestine II (1143-1144)
  167. Lucius II (1144-1145)
  168. Eugene III (1145-1153)
  169. Anastasius IV (1153-1154)
  170. Adrian IV (1154-1159)
  171. Alexander III (1159-1181)
  172. Lucius III (1181-1185)
  173. Urban III (1185-1187)
  174. Gregory VIII (1187-1187)
  175. Clement III (1187-1191)
  176. Celestine III (1191-1198)
  177. *Innocent III (1198-1216)
  178. *Honorius III (1216-1227)
  179. Gregory IX (1227-1241)
  180. Celestine IV (1241-1241)
  181. Innocent IV (1243-1254)
  182. Alexander IV (1254-1261)
  183. Urban IV (1261-1264)
  184. Clement IV (1265-1268)
  185. Gregory X (1271-1276)
  186. Innocent V (1276-1276)
  187. Adrian V (1276-1276)
  188. John XXI (1276-1277)
  189. Nicholas III (1277-1280)
  190. Martin IV (1281-1285)
  191. Honorius IV (1285-1287)
  192. Nicholas IV (1288-1292)
  193. *Celestine V (1294-1294)
  194. Boniface VIII (1294-1303)
  195. Benedict XI (1303-1304)
  196. *Clement V (1305-1314)
  197. *John XXII (1316-1334)
  198. Benedict XII (1334-1342)
  199. Clement VI (1342-1352)
  200. Innocent VI (1352-1362)
  201. Urban V (1362-1370)
  202. Gregory XI (1370-1378)
  203. *Urban VI (1378-1389)
  204. Boniface IX (1389-1404)
  205. Innocent VII (1404-1406)
  206. Gregory XII (1406-1415)
  207. Martin V (1417-1431)
  208. Eugene IV (1431-1447)
  209. Nicholas V (1447-1455)
  210. Callistus III (1455-1458)
  211. Pius II (1458-1464)
  212. *Paul II (1464-1471)
  213. Sixtus IV (1471-1484)
  214. Innocent VIII (1484-1492)
  215. Alexander VI (1492-1503)
  216. Pius III (1503-1503)
  217. *Julius II (1503-1513)
  218. *Leo X (1513-1521)
  219. *Adrian VI (1522-1523)
  220. *Clement VII (1523-1534)
  221. *Paul III (1534-1549)
  222. *Julius III (1550-1555)
  223. Marcellus II (1555-1555)
  224. *Paul IV (1555-1559)
  225. *Pius IV (1559-1565)
  226. *Pius V (1566-1572)
  227. *Gregory XIII (1572-1585)
  228. *Sixtus V (1585-1590)
  229. *Urban VII (1590-1590)
  230. Gregory XIV (1590-1591)
  231. Innocent IX (1591-1591)
  232. *Clement VIII (1592-1605)
  233. Leo XI (1605-1605)
  234. Paul V (1605-1621)
  235. Gregory XV (1621-1623)
  236. Urban VIII (1623-1644)
  237. Innocent X (1644-1655)
  238. Alexander VII (1655-1667)
  239. Clement IX (1667-1669)
  240. *Clement X (1670-1676)
  241. Innocent XI (1676-1689)
  242. Alexander VIII (1689-1691)
  243. Innocent XII (1691-1700)
  244. Clement XI (1700-1721)
  245. Innocent XIII (1721-1724)
  246. Benedict XIII (1724-1730)
  247. Clement XII (1730 1740)
  248. Benedict XIV (1740-1758)
  249. Clement XIII (1758-1769)
  250. Clement XIV (1769-1774)
  251. Pius VI (1775-1799)
  252. Pius VII (1800-1823)
  253. Leo XII (1823-1829)
  254. Pius VIII (1829-1830)
  255. Gregory XVI (1831-1846)
  256. *Pius IX (1846-1878)
  257. *Leo XIII (1878-1903)
  258. *Pius X (1903-1914)
  259. Benedict XV (1914-1922)
  260. *Pius XI (1922-1939)
  261. *Pius XII (1939-1958)
  262. *John XXIII (1958-1963)
  263. *Paul VI (1963-1978)
  264. *John Paul I (1978-1978)
  265. *John Paul II (1978-2005)
  266. Benedict XVI (2005-2013)
  267. Francis I (2013- )

Funny Pope-related Words

I have always been fascinated by the vast number of ridiculous-sounding terms relating to the Pope. Here are some of my favorites. I swear these are all real English words - you can look them up.

Antipope - a spurious pope
Papable - eligible to become Pope
Papabile - eligible to become Pope
Papacy - the office of the Pope
Papal - of or relating to the Pope
Papal bull - an official edict of the Pope
Papal States - the Pope's earthly kingdom
Papalina - a female Catholic
Papalism - the Papal system
Papalist - a Roman Catholic
Papalize - to convert to Catholicism
Papally - in a pope-like manner
Papalty - the office of the Pope
Papaphobia - an inordinate fear of the Pope or of Catholics
Paparchy - direct rule by the Pope
Papate - the office of the Pope
Pape - an derrogatory term for a Catholic
Papelard - a syncophant, a flattering parasite, especially Catholic
Papish - of or relating to Catholicism
Papism - Catholicism
Papist - a Catholic
Papistic - excessively Catholic or Pope-like
Papistical - of or relating to the Pope
Papisticate - to convert to Catholicism
Papistry - a derrogatory term for Catholicism
Papize - to side with the Pope
Papling - a follower of the Pope
Papolatry - excessive reverence for the Pope
Popable - eligible to become pope
Popal - belonging to the Pope
Popedom - the tenure of office of a Pope
Popehead - the condition of being a Pope
Pope-holy - santimonious, hypocritical
Popeism - Roman Catholicism
Pope Joan - mythical female Pope
Popekin - a small or petty Pope
Popeling - a deputy to the Pope
Popemobile - the bubble-topped, bulletproof personal vehicle of the Pope
Popeness - the caracteristic of being a Pope
Poperiche - the office of the Pope
Poper - a follower of the Pope
Popery - a derrogatory term for Catholicism
Popess - an alleged female Pope
Popeship - the office of the pope, or the papal person
Popestant - a follower of the Pope
Popet - a contemptuous diminutive term for a weak Pope
Popify - to convert to Catholicism
Popinian - Catholic
Popish - a derrogatory term meaning "Catholic"
Popishness - a derrogatory term for papal religion or practice
Popism - Roman Catholicism
Popize - to side with the Pope
Popely - worthy of the Pope
Popomastic - whipping the Pope

Close but not quite...

Papadum - an Indian lentil cake
Papaloi - a voodoo priest
Papular - of or relating to pimples
Papilation - the formation of pimples
Popard - a kind of duck
Popatrye - an archaic spelling of "puppetry"
Popegay - a parrot
Popeian - of or relating to the poetry of Alexander Pope
Popelican - a publican
Pope Lick - an area of Kentucky
Popelote - a pet or darling
Poperinge - a town in Belgium.
Pope's nose - another name for a bird's rear end
Popeye - a spinach-eating sailorman
Popilion - an ointment made from the buds of the black poplar
Popination - an excessive drinking binge
Popocrat - a supporter of the US Populist Party
Popoi - a Polynesian dish made of Taro root
Popular - well-liked by many

Pope (?), n. [AS. papa, L. papa father, bishop. Cf. Papa, Papal.]

1.

Any ecclesiastic, esp. a bishop.

[Obs.]

Foxe.

2.

The bishop of Rome, the head of the Roman Catholic Church. See Note under Cardinal.

3.

A parish priest, or a chaplain, of the Greek Church.

4. Zool.

A fish; the ruff.

Pope Joan, a game at cards played on a round board with compartments. -- Pope's eye, the gland surrounded with fat in the middle of the thigh of an ox or sheep. R. D. Blackmore. -- Pope's nose, the rump, or uropygium, of a bird. See Uropygium.

 

© Webster 1913.

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