History of the Catholic Church - J. MacCaffrey




List of Popes



First through Fifth Centuries


St. Peter 29–67
St. Linus 67–79
St. Anacletus 79–91
St. Clement I. 91–100
St. Evaristus 100–109
St. Alexander I. 109–119
St. Sixtus I. 119–128
St. Telesphorus 128–139
St. Hyginus 139–142
St. Pius I. 142–157
St. Anicetus 157–168
St. Soter 168–176
St. Eleutherius 176–190
St. Victor I. 190–198
St. Zephyrinus 198–217
St. Callistus I. 217–222
St. Urban I. 222–230
St. Pontian 230–235
St. Anthems 235–236
St. Fabian 236–250
St. Cornelius 251–253
St. Lucius I. 253–254
St. Stephen I. 254–257
St. Sixtus II. 257–258
St. Dionysius 259–268
St. Felix 269–274
St. Eutychian 275–283
St. Caius 283–296
St. Marcellinus 296–304
St. Marcellus 308–309
St. Eusebius 309–310
St. Melchiades 311–314
St. Sylvester I. 314–335
St. Marcus 336–336
St. Julius I. 337–352
St. Liberius 352–366
(Felix) 355–365
St. Damascus I. 366–384
St. Siricius 384–399
St. Anastasius I. 399–401
St. Innocent I. 401–417
St. Zosimus 417–418
St. Boniface I. 418–422
St. Celestine I. 422–432
St. Sixtus III. 432–440
St. Leo I. 440–461
St. Hilary 461–468
St. Simplicius 468–483
St. Felix III. 483–492
St. Gelasius I. 492–496
St. Anastasius 496–498



Sixth through Tenths Centuries


St. Symmachus 498–514
St. Hormisdas 514–523
St. John I. 523–526
St. Felix IV. 526–530
St. Boniface II. 530–532
John II. 533–535
St. Agapetus 535–536
St. Sylverius 536–537
Vigilius 537–555
Pelagius 556–561
John III. 561–574
Benedict I. 575–579
Pelagius II. 579–590
St. Gregory I. 590–604
Sabinian 604–606
Boniface III. 607–607
St. Boniface IV. 608–615
St. Deusdedit 615–618
Boniface V. 619–625
Honorius I. 625–638
Severinus 639–640
John IV. 640–642
Theodore I. 642–649
St. Martin I. 649–653
St. Eugene I. 654–657
St. Vitalian 657–672
Adeodatus. 672–676
Donus 676–678
St. Agatho 678–681
St. Leo II. 682–683
St. Benedict II. 684–685
John V. 685–686
Conon 686–687
(Theodosius) 687–687
(Paschal) 687–692
St. Sergius I. 687–701
John VI. 701–705
John VII. 705–707
Sisinnius . 708–708
Constantine 708–715
St. Gregory II. 715–731
St. Gregory III. 731–741
St. Zachary 741–752
Stephen II. 752–757
St. Paul I. 757–767
(Constantine II.) 767–768
Stephen III. 768–772
Adrian I. 772–795
Leo III. 795–816
Stephen IV. 816–817
Paschal I. 817–824
Eugene II. 824–827
Valentine 827–827
Gregory IV. 827–844
Sergius II. 844–847
Leo IV. 847–855
Benedict III. 855–858
St. Nicholas I. 858–867
Adrian II. 867–872
John VIII. 872–882
Marinus I. 882–884
Adrian III. 884–885
Stephen V. 885–891
Formosus 891–896
Boniface VI. 896–896
Stephen VI. 896–897
Romanus 897–897
Theodore II. 897–897
John IX. 898–900
Benedict IV. 900–903
Leo V. 903–903
Christopher 903–904
Sergius III. 904–911
Anastasius III. 911–913
Lando 913–914
John X. 914–928
Leo VI. 938–929
Stephen VII. 929–931
John XI. 931–935
Leo VII. 936–939
Stephen VIII. 939–942
Marinus II. 942–946
Agapetus II. 946–955
John XII. 955–964
Leo VIII. 963–965
Benedict V. 964–964
John XIII. 965–972
Benedict VI. 973–974
Benedict VII 974–983
John XIV. 983–984
John XV. 985–996



Eleventh through Fifteenth Centuries


(names of antipopes in parenthesis)
Gregory V. 996–999
(John XVI.) 997–998
Silvester II. 999–1003
John XVII. 1003–1003
John XVIII. 1003–1009
Sergius IV. 1009–1012
Benedict VIII. 1012–1024
John XIX. 1024–1032
Benedict IX. 1032–1944
Sylvester III. 1045–1045
Gregory VI. 1045–1046
Clement II. 1046–1047
Damasus II. 1048–1048
St. Leo IX. 1049–1054
Victor II. 1055–1057
Stephen IX. 1057–1058
Benedict X. 1058–1059
Nicholas II. 1059–1061
Alexander II. 1061–1073
(Honorius II.) 2062–1069
Gregory VII. 1073–1085
(Clement III.) 1084–1100
Victor III. 1086–1087
Urban II. 1088–1099
Paschal II. 1099–1118
Gelasius IL 1118–1119
Calixtus II. 1I19–1124
Honorius II. 1124–1130
(Celestine II.) 1124–1124
Innocent II. 1130–1143
(Anacletus II.) 1130–1138
(Victor IV.) 1138–1138
Celestine II. 1143–1144
Lucius II. 1144–1145
Eugene III. 1145–1153
Anastasius V. 1153–1154
Adrian IV. 1154–1159
Alexander III. 2259–1181
(Victor IV.) 1159–1164
(Paschal III.) 1164–1168
(Calixtus III.) 1168–1179
(Innocent III.) 1179–1180
Lucius III. 1181–I185
Urban III. 1185–1187
Gregory VIII. 1187–1187
Clement III. 1187–1191
Celestine III. 1191–1198
Innocent III. 1198–1216
Honorius III. 1217–1227
Gregory IX. 1227–1241
Celestine IV. 1241–1241
Innocent IV. 1243–1254
Alexander IV 1254–1262
Urban IV. 1261–1264
Clement IV. 1265–1268
Gregory X. 1271–1276
Innocent V.  
Adrian V 1276–1277
John XXI.  
Nicholas III. 1277–1280
Martin IV 1261–1285
Honorius IV. 1285–1287
Nicholas IV. 1288–1292
Celestine V. 1294–1294
Boniface VIII. 1294–1303
Benedict XI. 1303–1304
Clement V. 1305–1314
John XXII. 1316–1334
(Nicholas V.) 1328–1330
Benedict XII. 1334–1342
Clement VI. 1342–1352
Innocent VI. 1352–1362
Urban V. 1362–1370
Gregory XI. 1370–1378
Urban VI. 1378–1389
(Clement VII.) 1378–1394
Boniface IX. 1389–1404
(Benedict XIII.) 1394–1417
Innocent VII. 1404–1406
Gregory XII. 1406–1417
(Alexander V.) 1409–1410
(John XXIII.) 1410–1415
Martin V. 1417–1431
(Clement VIII.) 1424–1429
(Benedict XIV.) 1424
Eugene IV. 1431–1447
(Felix V.) 1439–1449
Calixtus III. 1455–1458
Pius II. 1458–1464
Paul II. 1464–1471
Sixtus IV. 1471–1484
Innocent VIII. 1484–1492



Sixteenth through Nineteenth Centuries


Alexander VI. 1492–1503
Pius III. 1503–1503
Julius II. 1503–1513
Leo X. 1513–1521
Adrian VI. 1522–1523
Clement VII. 1523–1534
Paul III. 1534–1549
Julius III. 1550–1555
Marcellus II. 1555–1555
Paul IV. 1555–1559
Pius IV. 1559–1565
Pius V. 1566–1572
Gregory XIII. 1572–1585
Sixtus V. 1585–1590
Urban VII. 1590–1590
Gregory XIV. 1590–1591
Innocent IX. 1591–1591
Clement VIII. 1592–1605
Leo XI. 1605–1605
Paul V 1605–1621
Gregory XV. 1621–1623
Urban VIII. 1623–1644
Innocent X. 1644–1655
Alexander VII. 1655–1667
Clement IX. 1667–1669
Clement X. 1670–1676
Innocent XI. 1676–1689
Alexander VIII 1689–1691
Innocent XII. 1691–1700
Clement XI. 1700–1721
Innocent XIII. 1721–1724
Benedict XIII. 1724–1730
Clement XII. 1730–1740
Benedict XIV. 1740–1758
Clement XIII. 1758–1769
Clement XIV 1769–1774
Pius VI. 1775–1799
Pius VII. 1800–1823
Leo XII. 1823–1829
Pius VIII. 1829–1830
Gregory XVI. 1831–1846
Pius IX. 1846–1878
Leo XIII. 1878–1903
Pius X. 1903


List of Ecumenical Councils

Council of Nicea 325
Council of Constantinople 381
Council of Ephesus 431
Council of Chalcedon 451
Second Council of Constantinople 553
Third Council of Constantinople 680
Second Council of Nice 787
Fourth Council of Constantinople 869
First Lateran Council 1123
Second Lateran Council 1139
Third Lateran Council 1179
Fourth Lateran Council 1215
First Council of Lyons 1245
Second Council of Lyons 1274
Council of Vienne 1312
Council of Constance 1414–1418
Council of Ferrara-Florence 1438–1445
Fifth Lateran Council 1512–1517
Council of Trent 1545–1563
Vatican Council 1869–1870


Catholic Population


These figures have been taken from the article Statistics in the "Catholic Encyclopedia."


Europe


Austria-Hungary 38,195,000
Belgium 7,350,000
Bosnia 413,354
Bulgaria 29,684
Denmark 7,871
Great Britain 2 269,000
Greece 44,265
Ireland 3,238,656
Italy 33, 750,000
Netherlands 2,045,000
Norway 2,000
Portugal 5,438,000
Roumania 167,000
Russia 13,450,000
Servia 11,000
Spain 19,280,000
Sweden 2,600
Switzerland 1,463,000
Turkey 280,000



America


Canada 3,017,231
United States 14,347,927
Mexico 13,533,013
Central American Republics 4,353,000
Cuba 1,824,897
Porto Rico 1,000 000
Haiti 1,488,000
San Domingo 600,000
British W. Indies 303,928
French Possessions 400,000
Dutch and Danish Possessions 77,539
Venezuela 2,640,000
Colombia 4,390,990
Ecuador 1,270,000
Peru 4,500,000
Bolivia 2,150,000
Chile 3,800,000
Argentine Republic 6,100,000
Uruguay 1,080,000
Paraguay 580,000
Brazil 20,250,000



Australia and Oceania


Commonwealth of Australia 951,429
New Zealand 127,227
New Hebrides 3,000
French, German, American, and English Possessions 162,399



Asia


Persia, Afghanistan, Baluchistan and Independent States in the Himalayas 629,799
Russian Possessions 112,000
British Possessions 2,350,000
French Indo-China Siam 33,267
China with Dependencies 1,210,054
Korea 68,016
Japan 65,741
Dutch Possessions 56,214
Philippines 7,205,052



Africa


Egypt 100,257
Abyssinia 3,000
Tripoli 6,100
Algeria and Tunis 663,000
Morocco 10,000
French N. and W: Africa 53,898
Other French Possessions 365,000
Spanish Possessions (inclusive of Canary Islands) 434,000
Portuguese Possessions (inclusive of Madeira) 568,000
Belgian Congo 34,475
German Possessions 55,004
British N. and W. Africa 21,829
British South Africa 90,689
Other British Possessions 267,689
Italian Possessions 17,000