Pope Peter II

Pope Peter II is a hypothetical Papal name and, in recent times, a common name for sedevacantist group leaders styling themselves as popes.

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... the above conclavist antipopes is the category of "popes" (sometimes called "mysticalists") whose claims to the papacy derive from alleged divine revelations or apparitions ... of these individuals have styled themselves Peter II, a name that is normally considered taboo for a Pope and which has apocalyptic connotations in Catholic circles ... The first post-Vatican II antipope to come to wide public notice, Pope Gregory XVII of the Palmarian Catholic Church, whose papal claim was asserted in 1978, fell ...
Pope Peter II - Fiction
... In the Left Behind series, Peter Mathews, a corrupt Catholic Bishop, is elected Pope Peter II and subsequently becomes a leader of the Enigma Babylon One World Faith ... This is a deliberate inversion of the passage from Prophecy of the Popes ... of State, Cardinal Alberto Valendrea, is elected pope and chooses the name Peter II ...
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... Pope without name – Popetown Pope Agape I – Sky Doll by Alessandro Barbucci and Barbara Canepa Pope Alabaster II – Saint Leibowitz and the Wild Horse Woman by Walter M ... Miller Pope Alabaster III – Saint Leibowitz and the Wild Horse Woman by Walter M ... Miller Pope Alexander VI – The tragical history of Doctor Faustus by Christopher Marlowe (this play was written in 1590 and set in 1522) Pope ...

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