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Which pope was elected in 1414, ending the situation where there were multiple Popes?

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Which pope was elected in 1414, ending the situation where there were multiple Popes?
posted Mar 30 by Chahat Sharma

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Martin V
Benedict XIII was Pope at Avignon, elected 1394. Boniface IX was Pope at Rome, elected 1389. In an attempt to have only one, Alexander V was elected in 1406, but he was not accepted by the followers of the others. When he died he was replaced by John XXIII. Martin V was elected in 1414 and was universally accepted.

answer Mar 31 by Madhavi Latha
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