Entre a Cruz e a Espada - A Primeira Cruzada e a queda de Jerusalém - História Ilustrada Gravura de Urbano II (de pé) pregando no lado de fora da catedral de Clermont, conclamando a Primeira Cruzada aos espectadores que não estavam dentro da igreja. (Reprodução/Wikicommons)
This important pair of Italian chairs was given to Pope Leo XIII by the Italian City of Chiavari Chiavari presented the special pair to the Pope as a gift when the city became a diocese in 1892 The lemonwood chairs are beautifully carved with symbols of the papacy, including the pope's crown These chairs represent a truly incredible piece of papal history
John XXI, better known as Pedro Hispano, (1215 - May 20, 1277) was the only Portuguese Pope. Doctor of formation, this was the position he held at the papal court of Gregory X, being his personal physician. Great scholar, he also studied philosophy, theology and mathematics in Paris. He was elected and crowned Pope on September 20, 1276. He died on May 20, 1277, after being seriously injured in an accident at the Cathedral of Viterbo, whose works followed.
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Pedro I (Coimbra, 8 de abril de 1320 – Estremoz, 18 de janeiro de 1367), apelidado de "o Justo" e "o Cruel", foi o Rei de Portugal e Algarve de 1357 até sua morte. Era filho do rei Afonso IV e sua esposa Beatriz de Castela.
47. Laudibiliter Papal Bull. “Laudabiliter et satis fructuose de glorioso nomine tuo propagando in terries”: “Quite laudably and profitably, your majesty considers how to extend the glory of your name on earth. . . ” Perhaps the most controversial object in Irish history is one that may not exist. Laudabiliter – the name of a bull issued by Pope Adrian IV to the English king Henry II in 1155 – granted Henry the right to claim lordship over Ireland.
Pope Pius, VI - Reigned as Pope from 15 February 1775 to his death in 1799. Pius VI condemned the French Revolution and the suppression of the Gallican Church; he was later expelled from the Papal States by French troops from 1798 until his death one year later in Valence. His reign is the fourth-longest in papal history, being over two decades.
'How good it is for brothers to be together' – a papal history in synagogues: On Sunday Pope Francis will become the third pontiff to cross the threshold of the Major Temple in Rome, the most important and significant synagogue in the city.
Absolute Monarchs By John Julius Norwich - This sweeping New York Times bestseller chronicles the controversy and intrigue that defined nearly 2,000 years of papal history. An immensely entertaining portrait of the Catholic Church’s most significant, colorful popes and how they shaped the world as we know it.