John Paul I

The Facts About “Pope John Paul I” – Albino Luciani

What You Need To Know About the Man who Claimed to be the Pope from August 26 to September 28, 1978

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“John Paul I”

On August 26, 1978, the Modernist Sect elected Bp. Albino Luciani to the “papal office”, and he took the name John Paul I, in honor of John XXIII and Paul VI. He was the first papal claimant in history to take a double name. (At the time, people joked that his successor would take the name Ringo George — a reference to the rock band The Beatles, whose members consisted of John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and George Harrison.)

In the Novus Ordo Church Luciani is, of course, in line for being declared a “saint”, just like all other deceased false Popes who aren’t canonized yet. 

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