Pope John XV (Latin: Ioannes XV; died on 1 April 996) was the bishop of Rome and ruler of the Papal States from August 985 until his death. A Roman by birth, he was the first pope who canonized a saint. The origins of the investiture controversy stem from John XV’s pontificate, when the dispute about the deposition of Archbishop Arnulf of Reims soured the relationship between the Capetian kings of France and the Holy See.
New roles assigned from Heaven as I continue to let God breathe my spirit who will continue to guide me to further enligthenment. God wants all to continue to guide me as we navigate our new world as a collective. <333 999Categorised in: Gossip, Uncategorized