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The Most Important Popes

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It’s not easy to determine which pope is more important since the papacy timeline covers almost 2 millenniums, but it's worth to try.

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St Peter Report Abuse
He was the first pope.
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John Paul II Report Abuse
Incredible influence in the problem of ecumenism. He practically changed the way the concept is applied in contemporary religious dialogue.
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Benedict V Report Abuse
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Gregory XIII Report Abuse
During his time the Julian calendar was left behind, and the Gregorian calendar was adopted.
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Benedict VII Report Abuse
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Leo XIII Report Abuse
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Alexander III Report Abuse
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St Gregory VII Report Abuse
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Pius XII Report Abuse
His efforts for universal peace are still a model for religious rulers today.
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Innocent IV Report Abuse
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Innocent III Report Abuse
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Paul V Report Abuse
He beatified Ignatius Loyola. He had origins in the Borghese family.
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Urban VI Report Abuse
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Gregory IX Report Abuse
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Clement VI Report Abuse
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Nicholas I Report Abuse
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St Leo IX Report Abuse
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St Gregory the Great Report Abuse
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Honorius III Report Abuse
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Blessed Urban II Report Abuse
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St Pius V Report Abuse
Excommunicated Elisabeth I of England. He brought discipline in Church and paid great interest in establishing moral principles.
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St Pius X Report Abuse
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