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Years with three Popes are years when the College of Cardinals of the Roman Catholic Church has had to elect two new popes in rapid succession as the result of the death of one pope followed by the death of his successor in the same calendar year. There have been twelve instances as well as one year in which there were four. That year is also included.

13 facts:

827
    had the Popes   
Pope Eugene II, Pope Valentine, Pope Gregory IV
896
    had the Popes   
Pope Formosus, Pope Boniface VI, Pope Stephen VI
897
    had the Popes   
Pope Stephen VI, Pope Romanus, Pope Theodore II
928
    had the Popes   
Pope John X, Pope Leo VI, Pope Stephen VII
965
    had the Popes   
Pope Leo VIII, Pope Benedict V, Pope John
1003
    had the Popes   
Pope Silvester II, Pope John XVII, Pope John XVIII
1187
    had the Popes   
Pope Urban III, Pope Gregory VIII, Pope Clement III
1276
    had the Popes   
Pope Gregory X, Pope Innocent V, Pope Adrian V, Pope John XXI
1503
    had the Popes   
Pope Alexander VI, Pope Pius III, Pope Julius II
1555
    had the Popes   
Pope Julius III, Pope Marcellus II, Pope Paul IV
1590
    had the Popes   
Pope Sixtus V, Pope Urban VII, Pope Gregory XIV
1605
    had the Popes   
Pope Clement VIII, Pope Leo XI, Pope Paul V
1978
    had the Popes   
Pope Paul VI, Pope John Paul I, Pope John Paul II


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