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The intimate life of John Paul II

Caroline Pigozzi

The intimate life of John Paul II

the Pope I knew so well

by Caroline Pigozzi

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Published by FaithWords in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • John Paul -- II, -- Pope, -- 1920-2005,
  • Popes -- Biography

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCarol Pigozzi.
    GenreBiography.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX1378.5 .P578 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18500150M
    ISBN 100446505501
    ISBN 109780446505505
    LC Control Number2007047219

    John Paul II’s twentieth anniversary The Church in defense of human reason Epilogue The Third Millennium To See the Sun Rise The critiques of John Paul II are evaluated, his accomplishments are assayed, and a suggestion as to the nature of his greatness is offered Afterword A Church for the New Millennium The Great Jubilee of John Paul II finished his day at around 11 p.m. “He opened the bedroom window and looked at Rome for a longer time. And then he made a blessing with the sign of the : Przemysław Radzyński.

      ROME REPORTS, , is an independent international TV News Agency based in Rome covering the activity of the Pope, the life of . Pope John Paul II met with her in , , and AD. Was her life all glorious as some think? The Intimate Life of Sister Lucia from to will reveal Lucia carrying the Cross in union with Jesus Christ in the refuge of Mary’s Immaculate Heart.

    George Weigel’s biography of John Paul II is a panoramic tapestry of a book. General readers will be swept along by the dramatic life story of the man who triggered the revolution of consciousness that led to the collapse of European communism, prepared the Catholic Church to meet the challenges of the 21st century, and touched the lives of hundreds of millions of women and men with his. His devotion to Mary began as a child. When he was 9 years old, Pope St. John Paul II lost his own mother, and he was raised by a very devout father. In his book Crossing the Threshold of Hope (pp. ), St. John Paul mentioned three ways his devotion to our Blessed Mother increased.


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This is a fascinating book about the Papacy, but I don't think it lived up to its subtitle "The Pope I Knew So Well". I was expecting a book that told me about who John Paul II was, what made him tick, what he liked, what he didn't like, what kind of jokes he told, or laughed at/5.

The Place Within: The Poetry of Pope John Paul II. Pope John Paul II $ - $   Caroline Pigozzi's "Pope John Paul II - An Intimate Life (The Pope I Knew So Well)" is the moving biography of Karol Wojtyla, the priest known to the world as Pope John Paul II.

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Not just any pope, but the pope of the people, John Paul II. The author shares with us the "divine" relationship JP II shared with the Almighty and with all of by: 2. In this incredible book, we are given new insights into his legacy." — Father Donald Calloway, M.I.C., Author, Mary of Nazareth: The Life of Our Lady in Pictures "Riveting and inspiring from the first page, this book takes you on an intimate walk through the life of John Paul II with those who knew him best.

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Passionately prayerful and unimpressed by pomp and celebrity, John Paul II was the most-traveled and perhaps the most popular of the popes to date: a people's pope. Pigozzi reveals the intimate details of his daily life, his sometimes surprising philosophies, his revolutionary desire for accessibility to ordinary people, and his relentless Brand: FaithWords.

Passionately prayerful and unimpressed by pomp and celebrity, John Paul II was the most-traveled and perhaps the most popular of the popes to date: a people's pope. Pigozzi reveals the intimate details of his daily life, his sometimes surprising philosophies, his revolutionary desire for accessibility to ordinary people, and his relentless Author: Caroline Pigozzi.

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As pope, John Paul II remembered that, "Day after day I was able to observe the austere way in which he lived. By profession he was a soldier and, after my mother's death, his life became one of.

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French journalist. According to God’s will, the family has been established as “an intimate partnership of life and love” (Vatican Council II, Gaudium et spes, n. 48). It has been sent to become more and more what it is, that is, a partnership of life and love.

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Pigozzi reveals the intimate details of his daily life, his sometimes surprising philosophies, his revolutionary desire for accessibility to ordinary people, and his Author: Caroline Pigozzi.

On the death of Pope John Paul I inthe cardinals of the Conclave decide that Wojtyla is the right man to lead the Church into the new millennium. Thus Karol leaves his beloved Poland to become Pope John Paul II. His free, unconventional attitude alarms several prelates, but immediately wins the hearts of.

On John Paul II's death, Mikhail Gorbachev said: "Pope John Paul II's devotion to his followers is a remarkable example to all of us." [] [] On 4 June US President George W.

Bush presented the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the United States' highest civilian honour, to John Paul II during a ceremony at the Apostolic essor: John Paul I. iii "Dying is also part of life." Pope John Paul II, Address at the Rennweg Hospice in Vienna, J iv "Love and Solidarity for the Dying." Pope John Paul II, Address to the Pontifical Academy for Life, Febru v "Faith responds to fears about death." Pope John Paul II, Address to an international congress on the care of.

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