Are there any popes who became saints?
For a complete list of all the popes that indicates which are considered as saints and which have active causes for sainthood, click on the link below.
For a complete list of all the popes that indicates which are considered as saints and which have active causes for sainthood, click here. About 80 popes are considered to be saints.
Of 265 popes, about 78 have been named as saints.
About 78 of the 265 popes have been made saints.
There have been 266 popes and only about 80 of them are considerd as saints.
There have been about 80 popes who are considered as saints. Many of the earlier popes were declared as saints by the Church by acclamation and never formally canonized. The formal canonization process was not fully instituted until about the 12th century. For a list of all the popes, click here. On that page you will see which popes are saints.
About 80 of the 266 men who have been popes have been elevated to sainthood. There have been a few popes who led anything but saintly lives and were the most vile and evil of men.
There have been about 80 popes who are considered as saints. Some of these were declared saints in the early Church before the canonization process existed. Others are in various stages of canonization. See the complete list of popes and you will find all the popes who are saints, canonized saints and candidates for sainthood.
There have been over 70 popes canonized as saints, not just three.
Are all the popes of the Catholic Church proclaimed to be saints... If no how many of them are saints?
Of the 266 popes in the history of the Church, only about 80 have been declared as saints.
There are 81 popes who are considered as saints (as of 2014). For a complete list, along with links to their biographies, click the link below.
Saint Peter and Saint Gregory the Great are the patron saints of popes. There is no female patron of popes.
Saint Gregory the Great and Saint Peter are the patron saints of the popes.
St. Peter and Pope Saint Gregory the Great are the patron saints of popes.
About 80 popes have been declared to be saints out of 266. This number includes Pope John XXIII and Pope John II who were canonized on April 27, 2014. However, not all the popes considered as saints were canonized. Most of the earlier popes (before the 12th century) were simply declared to be saints as the canonization process was not fully instituted.
About 1/3 of the popes have been canonized. I believe it is roughly 80.
There were none that married after they became pope, but some were married before. :3
There are about 80 popes considered as saints in the Catholic Church.
Nicholas Breakspear who later became Pope Adrian IV was the only pope from England.
With the canonizations of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II in April of 2014, there have been about 80 popes that carry the title of Saint. Many of the earliest popes were declared to be saints by the early Christian Community and were never formally canonized as the official process was not put into place until about the 11th century.
The list is too large to publish here so click here for where you can find a list of all the popes and their birth names.
There are several popes named Pius who are saints, others who are in the process of canonization.
There have been a number of saints named Francis but none of them have been popes.
I do not believe there have been any Irish Popes.
Actually, there is only a small percentage (about a third) of popes who are canonized as saints. Not all of our popes have been really holy men deserving of the title of Saint. In fact, there may be several who are not even in Heaven. Popes are human and not gods. They are subject to the same temptations as everyone on earth, probably even more so. Because a pope is responsible for so many souls… Read More
Bloody Mary was a Catholic and did not burn any popes.
Leo I as well as St Leo St Celestine - St Sixtus - St Leo - St Hilarius - St Simplicius - St Felix - St Gelasius - St Anastasius - St Symmachus
There have been 16 popes named Gregory.
There have been 266 popes. For a complete list along with their ages when they became pope and when they died or left office, click on this link.
There are three popes named Sixtus who are saints. Please specify one of them.
No, there have been no Irish popes and only one pope from England.
For a list of sexually active popes click here.
None. The Bible was written before there were any popes.
Yes, there have been several popes that were related - one father and son and several popes had nephews who were elected as pope.
There are a lot of people who became saints, thousands and thousands.
Actually, there have been very few popes that have been canonized. Most are not saints.
There were two popes named Benedict who are saints. Please specify Benedict II or Benedict XI.
The Saints were founded on November 1, 1966 as an expansion team
Only those popes who are being considered for sainthood may have the title of 'blessed.' Some are titled as 'Servant of God' and some are 'Venerable.' It depends upon where in the canonization process their case has reached. The vast majority of popes do not even have causes for sainthood. A number of popes were evil and immoral men and will never be considered as saints.
Popes in medieval times were treated extremely well. They lived in luxury and were essentially the rulers of Rome. Often, popes became incredibly wealthy, and even had secret lovers or fathered children while they were Pope.
There have been 266 popes. Please specify one of them.
Yes, there have been several popes in the past who were an embarrassment to the Church.
It is the headquarters of the Catholic Church and where many popes and saints are buried, like St. Peter and St. Paul.
Humanism did not contradict the Catholic Church, as a matter of fact, several great popes were Christian humanists, as well as a few saints, such as St. Thomas More (1478-1535). After the French revolution, extreme humanistic spirit revelled against Christian revelation and the Church, but that was not exactly humanism as espoused by some popes and saints.
He became an artist because that was what he wanted to do. The works of art he produced were commissioned to him, mainly by the popes.
All of them except one (The Blessed Virgin ) were sinners. Some of them horrible sinners. Read the lives of St. Francis of Assisi or St. Augustine as just two examples.
The tombs of Saints Peter and Paul, many other popes and early martyrs have sanctified the Vatican and Rome with their blood.
All Saints' Day is celebrated on November 1. It used to be on May 13 but was changed. The two popes who changed the date were Pope Gregory III and Pope Gregory IV.
The majority of popes started as priests. However, it is not a requirement. Any male Catholic can be chosen. Pope Benedict XVI had virtually no experience as a diocesan priest as he spent most of his time in academics - teaching in universities - and was promoted directly from there to archbishop.
Yes. There have been a few popes who were originally married who had children. When their wives died, they became priests and, eventually, popes. There have also been a few who were not very obedient to the vow of chastity or celibacy and had illegitimate children while in office.
There have been 13 popes named Leo. Please specify one of them.