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What is an interesting story about Pope Gregory?

Some legendary stories about St. Gregory St. Gregory and the Miraculous Mass: While saying mass one day, Pope Gregory became aware of a disbeliever and began to pray for a sig (MORE)
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What did Pope Gregory do?

Pope St. Gregory I (c.540 - c.604) For three years, Gregory was in the monastery of St. Andrew. He helped to establish several other monasteries, and followed the Rule of St (MORE)

Who is Pope Pius IX?

He was the last pope who reigned over the Papal States, a large piece of central and northern Italy which the Popes got in 753/754 by probably the largest scam in history. Pi (MORE)

Why was Pope Pius IX excommunicated from the Freemasons?

Roman Catholic Answer  This is the same tack as asking someone when they stopped beating  their wife. You are making an unwarranted assumption in asking such  a question. F (MORE)
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What did pope Gregory I do to spread Christianity?

sent augustine along with 40 monks to england to get rid of paganism and to convert the saxon king to christianity. 
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Why was Pope Gregory VII so important?

Pope Gregory VII is most famous for leading the "Investiture Controversy", this will be explained below. Before Pope Gregory VII, the positions in the Catholic church were ap (MORE)
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What is better the you phone 5c or 5s?

the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent  colrs just silver gold and black
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Who was Pope Gregory IX?

A:   Born Ugolino di Conti, Pope Gregory IX was the pope from March 1227  to his death in August 1241.    Seeking to eliminate heresy, he instituted the Papal Inqu (MORE)
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How did Gregory I increase the political power of the pope?

Gregory I increased the political power of the pope by expanding  his powers. He started to become more involved with the secular  powers in the political world.
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Why did pope Gregory want to be king?

There were sixteen of them over time, so you would have to be more  specific. But generally speaking, all of them were perfectly happy  to be Pope. On top of that, they alre (MORE)