There have been thirteen popes named Innocent.
- Pope Innocent I, saint (401–417)
- Pope Innocent II (1130–1143)
- Pope Innocent III (1198–1216)
- Antipope Innocent III (1179-1180)
- Pope Innocent IV (1243–1254)
- Pope Innocent V (1276)
- Pope Innocent VI (1352–1362)
- Pope Innocent VII (1404–1406)
- Pope Innocent VIII (1484–1492)
- Pope Innocent IX (1591)
- Pope Innocent X (1644–1655)
- Pope Innocent XI (1676–1689)
- Pope Innocent XII (1691–1700)
- Pope Innocent XIII (1721–1724)
... Pope Urban VIII died in 1644, only months after a peace accord was signed to end the First War of Castro ... of a number of relatives as cardinals, the College of Cardinals elected Pope Innocent X of the Pamphili family ... Almost immediately, Innocent X launched an investigation into the conduct of various members of the Barberini family during the wars ...
... Nominated Archbishop, but was quashed by Pope Innocent II. 1147 ... William (FitzHerbert) Deposed by Pope Eugene III canonised in 1226. 1147 ... Hilary of Chichester Deposed by Pope Eugene III, elected Bishop of Chichester ...
... Cum non solum was a letter written by Pope Innocent IV to the Mongols on March 13, 1245 ... In it, Pope Innocent appeals to the Mongols to desist from attacking Christians and other nations, and inquires as to the Mongols' future intentions ... Innocent also expresses a desire for peace (possibly unaware that in the Mongol vocabulary, "peace" is a synonym for "subjection") ...
1215 The Fourth Lateran Council headed by Pope Innocent III declares "Jews and Saracens of both sexes in every Christian province and at all times shall ... Pope Innocent III also reiterated papal injunctions against forcible conversions, and added "No Christian shall do the Jews any personal injury...or deprive them of ... published these findings and in 1247 Pope Innocent IV, the Emperor's enemy, also denounced accusations of the ritual murder of Christian children by Jews ...
Famous quotes containing the words innocent and/or pope:
“There was never yet such a storm but it was Æolian music to a healthy and innocent ear.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“With varying vanities, from evry part,
They shift the moving toyshop of their heart;”
—Alexander Pope (16881744)