Pope John

Pope John has been the most common papal name in the Roman Catholic Church, used by 21 popes, though the numbering of them has been irregular through history owing to antipopes and differences in old lists. The Latin name is Iohannes.

  1. Pope John I (523–526)
  2. Pope John II (533–535)
  3. Pope John III (561–574)
  4. Pope John IV (640–642)
  5. Pope John V (685–686)
  6. Pope John VI (701–705)
  7. Pope John VII (705–707)
    • Antipope John VIII
  8. Pope John VIII (872–882)
  9. Pope John IX (898–900)
  10. Pope John X (914–928)
  11. Pope John XI (931–935)
  12. Pope John XII (955–964)
  13. Pope John XIII (965–972)
  14. Pope John XIV (983–984)
  15. Pope John XV (985–996)
    • Antipope John XVI (997–998) (no longer recognized as a legitimate pope)
  16. Pope John XVII (1003)
  17. Pope John XVIII (1003–1009)
  18. Pope John XIX (1024–1032)
    • Pope John XX (not an actual pope)
  19. Pope John XXI (1276–1277)
  20. Pope John XXII (1316–1334)
    • Antipope John XXIII
  21. Pope John XXIII (1958–1963)

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