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Papa Juan XII

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Juan XII
Tinawtawid a ladawan ni XII. Nupay kasta nasken a maammon a ni Juan XII ket nagtawen titi 27 idi pimmusay.
Panagrugi16 Disiembre 955
Pannakalpas14 Mayo 964
SinarunoAgapito II
SimmarunoBenedicto V
Bukod a Salaysay
Nagan a naipasngayOttaviano
Naipasngayc. 937
Roma, Dagiti estado ti Papa
Pimmusay14 Mayo 964(964-05-14) (tawen 27)
Roma, Dagiti estado ti Papa, Nasantuan nga Imperio a Romano
Dagiti sabali pay a Papa nga agnagan ti Juan

Ni Juan XII (nayanak iti Roma idi circa 937, pimmusay idi Mayo 14, 964), ket maysa a Papa manipud 955 agingga iti 963.

Ti orihinal a naganna ket Octavian, ngem idi sinublatna ti korona ti kinapapa ken ni Papa Agapetus II, pinilina ti apostoliko a nagan a Juan.

Maysa kadagiti maibilang a kakontroversialan a Papa iti pakasaritaan ti Simbaan ni Juan XII gapu kadagiti di maiparbeng nga aramidna. Maysa a panangisalaysay kadagiti pammabasol kaniana manipud Patrologia Latina, mairaman dagiti sumaganad:

"Then, rising up, the cardinal priest Peter testified that he himself had seen [John XII] celebrate mass without taking communion. John, bishop of Narni, and John, a cardinal deacon, professed that they themselves saw that a deacon had been ordained in a horse stable, but were unsure of the time. Benedict, cardinal deacon, with other co-deacons and priests, said they knew that he had been paid for ordaining bishops, specifically that he had ordained a ten-year-old bishop in the city of Todi... They testified about his adultery, which they did not see with their own eyes, but nonetheless knew with certainty: he had fornicated with the widow of Rainier, with Stephana his father's concubine, with the widow Anna, and with his own niece, and he made the sacred palace into a whorehouse. They said that he had gone hunting publicly; that he had blinded his confessor Benedict, and thereafter Benedict had died; that he had killed John, cardinal subdeacon, after castrating him; and that he had set fires, girded on a sword, and put on a helmet and cuirass. All, clerics as well as laymen, declared that he had toasted to the devil with wine. They said when playing at dice, he invoked Jupiter, Venus and other demons. They even said he did not celebrate Matins and the canonical hours nor did he make the sign of the cross."