Weren’t there two popes at the time? One under the thumb of Phillip the Fair in Avignon and the other in Rome?
No, Boniface VIII was the only pope at the time. He’s one of the most controversial of the medieval popes. Shortly after his pontificate the popes began to reside at Avignon. The Great Schism when there was one pope in Rome and another in Avignon is later, after 1378.