Pope Gregory XVII
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|Bishop of Urceopolis|
Pope Gregory XVII as Archbishop of Alexandria in 2023
|Elected||1 December 2027|
|Predecessor||Pope Pius XIII|
|Ordination||24 November 1986|
1 June 1997 |
by Pope John Paul II
14 April 2009 |
by Pope Clement XV
|Birth name||William Christopher Carlo|
3 August, 1964 |
Pope Gregory XVII (Latin: Gregorius XVII; born William Christopher Carlo 3 August 1964) is the 269th and current Pope of the Catholic Church, a title he holds ex officio as Bishop of Urceopolis. The Pope is also the Sovereign of the Papal State in Urceopolis.