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The Pope Speaks to the American Church: John Paul's Homilies, Speeches, and Letters to Catholics in America e-book

Author:

Pope John Paul II

Language:

English

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Bibles

Subcategory:

Catholicism

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1475 kb

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Rating:

4.2

Publisher:

Harpercollins; 1st edition (April 1, 1992)

Pages:

528

ISBN:

0060642114

The Pope Speaks to the American Church: John Paul's Homilies, Speeches, and Letters to Catholics in America e-book

by Pope John Paul II


Engaging, direct, and personable, the popular leader of the Catholic church speaks to American Catholics in more than one hundred homilies, addresses, and exhortations.

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Saint Pope John Paul II (Latin: Ioannes Paulus II), born Karol Józef Wojtyła was elected Pope at the Conclave of 16 October 1978, and he took the name of John Paul II. On 22 October, the Lord's Day, he solemnly inaugurated his Petrine ministry as the 263rd successor to the Apostle. His pontificate, one of the longest in the history of the Church, lasted nearly 27 years.

January 16, 2019 History. John Paul II's homilies, speeches, and letters to Catholics in the United States

January 16, 2019 History. Pope John Paul II. The Pope speaks to the American church. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. John Paul II's homilies, speeches, and letters to Catholics in the United States. 1st ed. by Pope John Paul II. Published 1992 by HarperSanFrancisco in . Written in English. Travel, Church history, Catholic Church, History. John Paul II Pope (1920-2005).

The Pope Speaks to the American Church : John Paul II's Homilies, Speeches and Letters to Catholics in America.

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Pope John Paul II made many apologies. During his long reign as Pope, he apologized to Jews, Galileo, women, people convicted by the Inquisition, Muslims killed by the Crusaders and almost everyone who had allegedly suffered at the hands of the Catholic Church over the years.

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All Things Catholic: Was Pope John Paul I, who was pope for only 33 days . Luciani suspended the priests and wrote an open letter to the diocese explaining the situation, frankly acknowledging that "two.

All Things Catholic: Was Pope John Paul I, who was pope for only 33 days, murdered? Did he actually support women's ordination? John Allen explores. John Paul I was a closet radical who would have taken the church in a dramatically different direction than the two popes who followed him. John Paul I did not die of natural causes, but rather fell victim to a complex assassination plot. Luciani suspended the priests and wrote an open letter to the diocese explaining the situation, frankly acknowledging that "two of my priests have done wrong. While voicing compassion, he let a criminal investigation and prosecution run its course.

Homily following John Paul II’s election as Pope, October 22, 1978

Homily following John Paul II’s election as Pope, October 22, 1978. 2. ‘Overcoming evil with weapons of love becomes the way in which each person can contribute to the peace of all. Christians and believers of different religions are called to walk this path, together with those who accept the universal moral law. Dear brothers and sisters, promoting peace in the world is our common mission!’ Homily on 38th World Day of Peace, January 1, 2005

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