Benedict is the regnal name of the current Roman pontiff, Pope Benedict XVI (2005–present) and has been the name of fourteen other popes (and three antipopes):
- Pope Benedict I (575–579)
- Pope Benedict II (684–685)
- Pope Benedict III (855–858)
- Pope Benedict IV (900–903)
- Pope Benedict V (964)
- Pope Benedict VI (972–974)
- Pope Benedict VII (974–983)
- Pope Benedict VIII (1012–1024)
- Pope Benedict IX (1032–1044, 1045–1046 & 1047–1048)
- Pope Benedict XI (1303–1304)
- Pope Benedict XII (1334–1342)
- Pope Benedict XIII (1724–1730)
- Pope Benedict XIV (1740–1758)
- Pope Benedict XV (1914–1922)
- Pope Benedict XVI (2005–present)
Two or three antipopes also called Benedict:
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“We have done scant justice to the reasonableness of cannibalism. There are in fact so many and such excellent motives possible to it that mankind has never been able to fit all of them into one universal scheme, and has accordingly contrived various diverse and contradictory systems the better to display its virtues.”
—Ruth Benedict (18871948)
“Is it, in Heavn, a crime to love too well?
To bear too tender or too firm a heart,
To act a lovers or a Romans part?”
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