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Pope Gregory VII

Pope Saint Gregory VII (c. 1015/1028 – 25 May 1085), born Hildebrand of Sovana (Italian: Ildebrando da Soana), was Pope from 22 April 1073 until his death.

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Great Saxon Revolt
... weakness of the Emperor in a period when he was at odds and had been excommunicated by Pope Gregory VII over the issue of who was entitled to appoint whom, who was therefore subservient to whom, as ... After meeting with a penitent Henry IV in the fall of 1076, the pope had removed the first excommunication of the impetuous and hot-headed twenty-six-year-old monarch ... Forchheim (Oberfranken), and despite the reconciliation between the pope and Henry decided to press forward with their desires to expand their own powers ...
Gregory III Laham
... Gregory III (Laham) (Arabic,غريغوريوس الثالث لحام) (b ... He took the name Gregory after Patriarch Gregory II Youssef, the last member of his order to be elected patriarch ... Patriarch Gregory, who studied in Europe and is multilingual, is author of several books on eastern theology and spirituality ...
Gregory, North Carolina
... Gregory is an unincorporated community located in Currituck County, North Carolina ... Gregory had a post office until the 1970s, when the Gregory post office was consolidated with the Shawboro post office ... Gregory is mainly located along State Road 1148 ...
Pope Gregory VII - Death
... Gregory died in exile in Salerno the epitaph on Gregory VII's sarcophagus in the city's Cathedral says "I have loved justice and hated iniquity therefore, I die in exile." ...

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