This is the lowest skip occurrence for the term "The Pope", in The Tanakh, using the spelling found in Google Text Translation and using 'The Keys to the Bible' software.
The first letter and the last both go through verses containing the expression "The King of Babylon" (Jeremiah 36.29 + Jeremiah 49.30).
It also goes through Jeremiah 44.8:
In that ye provoke me unto wrath with the works of your hands, burning incense unto other gods in the land of Egypt, whither ye be gone to dwell, that ye might cut yourselves off, and that ye might be a curse and a reproach among all the nations of the earth? Jeremiah 44.8
The blue terms are all closely related to terms found in Revelation 17, regarding Mystery Babylon, the mother of all the Sunday keepers.
"Priest" and "assassin" intersect which would seem to connect position to the Jesuits, who are the Vatican Assassins:
The main term is crossed by "blaspheme" and his title ("Holy Father") is blasphemous - it puts him above The Creator YHVH, "The Son of God", who became flesh and gave His life for us:
And call no man your father upon the earth: for one is your Father, which is in heaven. Matthew 23.9
It is not only blasphemous, it also goes against a direct command of Jesus "The Son of God".
The main term shows as often as would be expected by random chance, when searched in the entire Tanakh, but it shows totally in Jeremiah and the odds on this being random is 1 in 300.
And I don't know what the odds of having it go through two verses explicitly mentioning "The King of Babylon", but I have found hundreds of Bible Codes (probably close to 1000), and this is the first one to show in a verse containing this term (and it did so twice + they are apx. 19,000 letters apart).