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  • Pride, greed, lust, envy, gluttony, wrath, and  sloth; these are the seven deadly sins as declared  


  • by Pope Gregory the I in the 6th century A.D.  We all try our best to steer clear of sinning,  


  • just to stay out of trouble, or to save our  mortal souls. Therefore, you might assume  


  • that the pope of the Catholic Church should  be the embodiment of what it means to be good.  


  • They do after all have a direct connection to GodBut you might be surprised to learn that not all  

    彼らは結局のところ、神との直接的なつながりを持っています。 しかし、あなたは驚くかもしれません。

  • popes avoided the seven deadly sins, in fact, some  popes even went as far as to indulge and enjoy  


  • every single one of them. Let's take a look at  some of the most sinful Popes and the atrocities  


  • they committed. The craziest part is that there is  at least one pope we know of who ended up in hell.


  • Since there are seven deadly sins we thought it  appropriate to talk about seven sinful popes.  


  • The things they did would have gotten any  normal person excommunicated from the Church.  


  • But when you're God's right hand man, one  of the perks is being able to do pretty  


  • much whatever you wantfor a timeWe are going to start with a pretty  

    はるかに何でもいいから...一時期は まずは、かなりの

  • mild sinner and work our way through  popes who did things you won't believe.  

    穏やかな罪人と、あなたが信じないようなことをした教皇たちを 通して仕事をしています。

  • The horrors you are about to witness were  done by men who were believed to be closer  


  • to God than anyone else- well, by politicians of  the time anyways. It's a cringeworthy thought.


  • Pope John the XII was born in Rome with the name  Ottaviano. He was elected as head of the Catholic  


  • Church in 955 and reigned until 967. John the XII  was one of the youngest popes to ever be elected.  


  • Records of his birthdate are disputed, but  he became pope when he was between 18 and  


  • 25 years old. John ran the church just like you'd  expect a young man full of power to, full of sin.


  • John the XII threw lavish parties with  indulgence such as alcohol and orgies.  


  • For a man who was supposed to remain  celebate, and give his entire life to God,  


  • he may have enjoyed earthly pleasureslittle too much. He consistently lied to  

    彼はこの世の喜びを 味わいすぎていたのかもしれない彼は一貫して

  • the cardinals and church members about  his sinful activities, and continued on  


  • with them until his death. He sold lands owned  by the church to wealthy associates to collect  


  • money and favors to support his frat boy  lifestyle. Unfortunately for John the XII,  

    彼の社交クラブの生活を支えるために 金と好意を持っていましたジョン12世には不幸なことに

  • his promiscuity eventually caught up with him. It  is said that he was killed by a man in cold blood  


  • when he found the pope in bed with his wifeAt least John the XII died doing what he loved.

    法王が妻とベッドで寝ているのを 見つけた時には 少なくともヨハネ12世は 彼が愛したことをして死んだ

  • Popes are supposed to be forgiving. They  absolve people of their sins, but what  


  • happens when a pope is so unforgiving that he  becomes sinful? You get Pope Stephen the VI.  

    法王が罪深い者になるように 寛容ではないときに何が起こるのでしょうか?あなたは教皇ステファン6世を得る。

  • He was voted into the papacy in 896, but  lasted less than a year as the Holy Father.  


  • In the little time he was pope he didn't do  anything of note that was good for the church or  


  • its people. Instead, Stephen the VI spent his  papacy getting revenge on his predecessor,  


  • who had just passed away. Pope Stephen did not  get along with Pope Formoses who held the position  


  • before him. They constantly were in disagreement  and Stephen the VI took it very personally.


  • When he became pope Stephen had his predecessor's  body dug up and had his corpse stand trial for  


  • blasphemy. Obviously this was not a fair trialand accounts state that it was pretty much just  


  • Stephen the VI screaming at the old pope's corpse  for a couple of hours. Formosus' only crime  


  • was that he agreed with a different faction of  cardinals within the Vatican than Stephen the VI  


  • did. Formosus' corpse was given a lawyer during  the trial who remained silent the entire time,  

    しました。フォルモサスの死体は 裁判の間ずっと黙っていた弁護士に 弁護を依頼されていた

  • which was probably the smart choice. After  Stephen the VI found Formosus guilty he  


  • had all of his vestments removed, cut  off three fingers on his right hand,  


  • and dragged the corpse through the streets of Rome  until it was finally dumped in the Tiber river.


  • Stephen the VI was clearly not a forgiving  person, but neither were his enemies.  


  • Less than a year after becoming the popeStephen the VI was strangled to death by  


  • members of the opposing faction, bringing his  short reign over the Catholic Church to an end.

    彼は反対派のメンバーの一員となり、 カトリック教会の短い統治に終止符を打つことになりました。

  • You have probably heard of, or rememberthe Medici family from your history classes.  


  • So it should come as no surprise that  Pope Leo the X, born Giovanni de' Medici,  


  • is on our list for the popes who committed the  greatest sins. The Medici family had tastes  


  • for the finer things in life, and even though  Leo the X was supposed to give up all worldly  


  • possessions to become the pope, he decided  to indulge in greed and gluttony instead.


  • Leo the X commissioned, bought, and sold massive  amounts of artwork during the Renaissance.  


  • He did not use his family's wealth howeverinstead he used the Church's money to pay for his  


  • expensive taste in the fine arts. This caused the  Catholic Church to go almost completely bankrupt.  


  • Leo the X was going through money much faster than  the Church was bringing it in. That being said,  


  • some of the greatest works of art, especially  those created by Raphel, were funded by Leo the X.


  • In order to bring in more money to the churchLeo began selling indulgences. Indulgences are  


  • basically the forgiveness of sin from the church  in exchange for money. For those who were wealthy  


  • enough, deadly sins were no longer a hindranceAll they needed to do was spend a little money,  

    充分に、大罪はもはや邪魔ではありませんでした。 彼らが必要としたのは 少しの金を使うことだった

  • buy an indulgence, and instantly they'd be  forgiven by the church. It was definitely a  


  • shady business. So shady in fact that this is what  caused Martin Luther to write his 95 Theses and  

    怪しい商売だ実際のところ これが マルティン・ルターが95のテーゼと

  • pin them to the door of the church. Pope Leo thehad gone too far, and had become too sinful. Large  


  • groups of people broke away from the Catholic  Church during his reign and started the Protestant  


  • religion. You have to ask yourself: is there  anything more sinful than selling forgiveness?


  • Like Leo the X, Pope Urban the VI also  tore people away from the church. However,  


  • what happened under Pope Urban was so much  worse. He was born Bartolomeo Prignano in Naples,  


  • Italy and became pope in 1378. He continued  to lead the Catholic Church until 1389.  


  • It was under Urban the VI that the Western Schism  occurred. This dismantling of the Catholic Church  


  • ended with two popes competing for the right  to be the one true ruler ordained by God.


  • Leading up to Pope Urban the VI's papacy there  had been different factions in the upper ranks  


  • of the church. Pope Urban intensified this divide  by using extreme violence to remove those who  


  • opposed him. If a group of cardinals did not agree  with Urban the VI he would sentence them to death,  

    彼に反対した。ウルバン6世に反対する枢機卿たちには 死刑を宣告することになっていました

  • using brutal killings to send a messageIt was recorded that when watching his  

    残忍な殺人を使ってメッセージを送っています。 それは記録されていました

  • adversaries be tortured he complained  that their screams weren't loud enough.  

    敵は拷問される 彼は彼らの叫び声が十分に大きくないと文句を言った

  • It should come as no surprise to you that  killing and torturing are considered sins.


  • Urban the VI vicious behavior led to the  wars being waged, people assassinated, and  


  • the congregants losing their faith in the churchAll of this was due to Pope Urban VI's power lust.

    信徒は教会への信頼を失いました すべては教皇ウルバン六世の権力欲のせいです

  • Another sinful pope was Pope Benedict the  IX who was described as a “demon from hell.”  

    もう一つの罪深い法王は教皇ベネディクト9世で、"地獄からの悪魔 "と表現されていました。

  • He was so vile and sinful that he actually  had his papacy stripped from him. However,  


  • he somehow kept weaseling his way back into  power. Benedict the IX's first reign over the  

    彼はどうにかして 権力を取り戻しましたベネディクト9世の最初の治世は

  • Catholic Church lasted from 1032 to 1044. He had  been grinding Catholic followers into the ground,  


  • trying to get every ounce of  money and resources out of them  


  • by using any means necessary. This  often resulted in violence and death.  

    必要な手段を使ってこれは多くの場合 暴力と死をもたらしました

  • In 1044 the people of Rome were so fed up with  this sinful behavior that they rebelled and drove  


  • Benedict out of the city. For many cardinals  and members of the church this was a relief.


  • However, in 1045 Benedict the IX came back and  reclaimed the papacy. He quickly found that the  


  • Church would not provide him enough money to  continue the lifestyle he had become accustomed  


  • to, so he sold the papacy to his godfather who  became Pope Gregory the VI. Again, the whole  


  • of the Catholoic world sighed in relief, but  they were not rid of Benedict the IX quite yet.


  • In 1047 he once again came back to  reclaim the title of pope. After a year,  


  • the people of the Catholic faith had had  enough. Benedict the IX was merciless and  


  • clearly did not take the responsibilities of  being pope seriously. A German army led the  


  • charge to remove Benedict the IX as pope once  and for all. Many people joined the army in  


  • hopes that this would be the last they'd see of  Pope Benedict. He was successfully removed from  


  • the papacy and lived the rest of his life  as a priest at the Abbey of Grottaferrata.


  • Pope Alexander the VI was a Borgia. That's  right, he was part of the family that has  


  • their own series about corruption and sin on  Showtime. Alexander the VI lived a life full of  


  • every single one of the deadly sinsHe already had the groundwork set by  

    大罪の一つ一つにも 彼はすでに

  • his uncle Pope Callixtus III when he bought the  papacy. Nepotism ran deep in the Borgia family.  

    叔父のカリクストゥス3世が ローマ法王になった時にはボルジア家には 深いネポティズムがありました

  • Continuing on with this tradition Alexander  put family members in positions of power all  


  • around him. When a spot was filled by  someone less sympathetic to his cause,  


  • Alexander the VI was not above killing them  off and replacing them with a family member.


  • This happened even in the cardinal chambersHe would have rival cardinals murdered just  

    これは枢機卿室でも起きたことだ 彼はライバルの枢機卿を殺害させただけで

  • to claim their property for himself. He  amassed wealth through sinister means,  


  • and then used that wealth to live a life  of luxury. He also did not believe in  


  • remaining celibate for God. He was often  found having carnal relations with women,  


  • and even fathered several illegitimate childrenIt has also been suggested that Alexander the VI  

    そして、何人かの隠し子の父親を作ったことさえある。 また、アレクサンダー6世が

  • even had incestual relations with his  own daughter. If there was ever a pope  


  • who should have been sentenced to hell…  Alexander the VI should have been it.


  • Although, there was one Pope who was hated  so much for the sins he committed that he  


  • was actually placed in a sort of hell. In  Dante's Inferno there is a Pope who was  


  • relegated to the eighth circle of hell. His name  was Pope Boniface the VIII and he sinned a lot.

    地獄の第八の輪に追いやられた彼の名前は教皇ボニファチェ8世でした 彼は多くの罪を犯しました

  • Boniface the VIII was born Benedetto Cartaniand was the pope from 1294 to 1303. Boniface made  


  • a lot of enemies, but his biggest one was King  Philip the IV of France. In 1302 Boniface the VIII  


  • issued a papal bull that placed the kings of  Europe and their armies under his control.  


  • Basically Boniface made himself emperor  of Europe under the name of God, his lust  


  • for power knew no bounds. This led to harsh  pushback from the kings around the continent.


  • Not only was Boniface the VIII  power hungry, but he used the  


  • armies and resources he had claimed for  conquest of lands and to gain riches;  


  • two things that a pope was not supposed to covetWhen King Philip IV did not relent his power,  

    法王が欲しがるべきではなかった二つのものです フィリップ四世が権力を放棄しなかったとき

  • or give his army to Boniface the VIII, he was  excommunicated. When King Philip got wind of this,  


  • he and his allies sent their armies to Rome to  force Boniface the VIII to abdicate his papacy.


  • Accounts vary from a single slap to the brutal  beating of Boniface the VIII when the French  


  • soldiers eventually captured him. But what  we do know is that because of his sins,  


  • Boniface the VIII was removed as the  pope and died only a month later.


  • This brings us to Boniface the VIII in hellWhile he was the pope he became mortal enemies  

    これは地獄のボニファテウス8世に私たちをもたらします。 彼が法王であった間、彼は死すべき敵になりました。

  • with Dante Alighieri. Boniface the VIII did  not like Dante's criticisms of the church,  


  • even though they were true. Boniface had  his men forcibly remove Dante from the  


  • city of Florence and sent him into  exile. Dante would not forget this,  


  • and when he wrote Divine Comedy, he placed  Boniface the VIII in the eighth circle of hell.  


  • Another French writer named Francois Rabelais  also relegated Boniface to hell in his works.  


  • His punishment there was to "skim the  scum off soup pots" for all eternity.


  • These seven popes most definitely  indulged in the seven deadly sins.  


  • They embodied everything that the Catholic Church  told its congregations not to be. That being said,  


  • there were plenty of popes who lived pious  lives and followed the teachings of God.  


  • If hell does exist, then these seven  popes most definitely are there right now.

    もし地獄が存在するとしたら この7人の教皇は 間違いなく今そこにいるはずだ

  • Now check outHow Much Power  Does The Vatican Have?” Or watch  

    "How Much Power Does The Vatican Have? "をチェックしてください。または、以下をご覧ください。

  • the videoMost Evil Pope in History  - Alexander VI The Devil Pope.”

    "史上最も邪悪なローマ法王 アレクサンダー6世 悪魔の法王 "の動画

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教皇が犯した大罪 (The Greatest Sins Committed by Popes)

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