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  Pope John VI
Pope John VI A Greek, the date of whose birth is unknown; d.
To avoid bloodshed, John sent a number of priests to them, and succeeded in pacifying them; as far at least as the exarch himself was concerned.
John VI was one of the popes before whom St. Wilfrid of York carried his appeals.
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 Pope John Paul I   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Pope John Paul was accused of being unable to handle the endless supply of documentation that was sent to him by Jean Cardinal Villot, the Cardinal Secretary of State.
Pope Pius XII was "treated" by Riccardo Galeazzi-Lisi, an unqualified "doctor" whose "remedies" left the Pope with constant hiccups and rotting teeth, and who attempted unsuccessfully to sell photographs of the Pope on His deathbed to a magazine.
Pope John Paul I was not in office Long enough to make any major practical changes within the Vatican or the Roman Catholic Church (except for His abandonment of the Papal Coronation).
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 Cultural Catholic - Pope John Paul II
Pope John Paul II was also an expert skier and swimmer, and he canoed the rapids.
In 1943, Pope John Paul II entered the seminary, and in 1946 he was ordained a priest and became pastor of Saint Florian in Cracow.
In 1994 Pope John Paul II suffered a thigh fracture, in 1996 Pope John Paul II underwent hip surgery, and in 1997 the pope was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease.
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 JOHN VI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
John VI sent a number of priests on an embassy to Gisulf to persuade him to release his captives and go home.
In these two incidents--the Pope saving the exarch from the Italians and the Pope saving the Italians from the Lombards--may be seen an indication of the future temporal power of the papacy.
John VI died in January 705, and was buried in St. Peter's on January 11.
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 Pope John Paul II | Catholic-Pages.com
Pope John Paul II VATICAN CITY, APR 2, 2005 (VIS) - At 4:45 in the afternoon of October 14, 1978, ten days after the funeral of Pope John Paul I, 110 cardinal electors, and 88 persons selected to assist them, entered into conclave, sealed off from the world, to elect his successor.
John Paul II, Cardinal Karol Wojtyla, archbishop of Krakow, was elected as the 264th Pope on the second ballot of the second day of the second conclave of 1978, just five months after his 58th birthday.
In his 26 and a half years as Pope, John Paul II held nine consistories in which he has created 232 cardinals, of whom one is "in pectore." He has created all but three of the 117 cardinal electors who will enter into conclave.
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 Pope   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Pope John Paul II For many years Karol believed God was calling him to the priesthood, and after two near fatal accidents, he responded to God's call.
In 1976 he was invited by Pope Paul VI to preach the lenten sermons to the members of the Papal Household.
Pope John Paul II is the most traveled pope in history, having visited nearly every country in the world which would receive him.
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 John VI - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
JOHN VI [John VI] 1769-1826, king of Portugal (1816-26), son of Maria I and Peter III.
John and the royal family fled (1807) Lisbon and arrived (1808) in Brazil, where John set up his court.
Pope John Paul VI before the altar in the open air cathedral in the center of Bombay where he consecrated 6 new bishops of 5 continents, before a crowd of 150.000 faithful.
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 Pope John VII
John VII was pope from 705 to 707.
There are several monuments of John in the Church of St Maria Antiqua at the foot of the Palatine Hill; others were formerly in the chapel of the Virgin, built by him in the basilica of St Peter and still visible in the grottoes under the basilica.
John VII died in 707 and was buried in St. Peter's.
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 John VI - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
JOHN VI [John VI] (John Cantacuzene), c.1292-1383, Byzantine emperor (1347-54).
John's reign briefly quieted civil and religious strife within the empire.
In 1354 he abdicated in favor of John V and retired to a monastery, where he wrote a history of the period 1320-56.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Pope Clement VI
In his attempt to strengthen the Guelph party in Italy the pope met with failure, and was constrained to cede the city of Bologna to the Archbishop of Milan for a period of twelve years.
Edward III vehemently complained of the exactions of the Avignon Court, and in 1351 was passed the Statute of Provisors, according to which the king reserved the right of presentation in all cases of papal appointments to benefices.
Clement VI was nevertheless a protector of the oppressed and a helper of the needy.
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 Pope John Paul II -- 263rd successor of St. Peter -- Pope Chart of all 264 Popes
Pope John Paul II -- 263rd successor of St. Peter -- Pope Chart of all 264 Popes
Pope John Paul II Karol Wojtyla born in Wadowice, Poland on May 18, 1920.
Pope John Paul II officially announced the celebration of the Jubilee for the year 2000 with his apostolic letter "Tertio Millenio adveniente", dated November 24, 1994.
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 Pope Paul VI -Welcome to The Crossroads Initiative
Gianbattista Montini was elected Pope in 1963 upon the death of John XXIII.
The new Pope took the name of Paul, the Apostle to the Gentiles, because of Paul's role to the proclamation of the Gospel to the four corners of the earth.
It fell to Pope Paul VI to complete the work of the Second Vatican Council and to see that Vatican II's teaching was implemented in the life of the Church.
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 Pope Paul VI
Pope Paul VI was Bishop of Rome from 1963 to 1978.
While John resembled Pius XI and Pius XII in his identification of social justice with peace and order, he did not follow their lead in the prominence given to commutative justice, any more than he followed their lead in the meaning of the principle of subsidiarity.
Paul VI's encyclicals have made the cautious observation that freedom can sometimes mask an ideology of radical autonomy 'opposing the freedom of others,' and that in the social and political spheres, a more just sharing in decisions and goods is a better basis for the exercise of human freedom and authentic development.
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 From Pope Alexander VI to Pope John XXIII, the history of the papacy is a succession of scoundrels and saints   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Alexander VI was born Rodrigo de Borja y Borja in 1431 and made a cardinal at age 25 by his uncle, Pope Callistus III, who reigned in 1455-58.
When Pope John Paul II died on April 2, there were calls for him to be named "Pope John Paul the Great," an honorific applied to only two previous pontiffs, or elevated to immediate sainthood.
Pope Leo the Great (440-461) was the first pope to claim to be the successor to Peter the Apostle and to extend the authority of the bishop of Rome to the larger church.
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 Pope John Paul II - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.netlab.uky.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
John Paul II was succeeded by the Dean of the College of Cardinals, Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger of Germany, the former head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith who had led the Funeral Mass for John Paul II.
Pope John Paul II was also one of the targets of the Al Qaeda-funded Operation Bojinka during a visit to the Philippines in 1995.
John Paul II was interred in the grottoes under the basilica, the Tomb of the Popes.
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 The Second Vatican Ecumenical Council - Dedicated to "The Immaculate".
Pope Pius IX died in 1878, and five popes had come and gone before the Second Vatican Council was proclaimed by Pope John XXIII.
Pope John announced his intention of summoning the Oecumenical Council in January, 1959, within three months of his election to the Chair of Peter; he signed the Apostolic Constitution, Humane Salutis, on Christmas Day in 1961.
The Pope is the foundation of unity, of bishops as well as of the Faithful; so that supreme authority can be exercised by the college of bishops only in union with the Pope and with his consent.
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 Pope John VII   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
John VII, Roman Catholic Pope from 705 to 707, successor of Pope John VI, was like his predecessor of Greek nationality.
He seems to have acceded to the request of the emperor Justinian II that he should give his sanction to the decrees of the Quinisext or Trullan council of 692.
There are several monuments of John in the church of St. Maria Antiqua at the foot of the Palatine hill; others were formerly in the chapel of the Virgin, built by him in the basilica of St. Peter.
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 Pope John Paul II   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Pope John Paul II ess than a week after Christians celebrated Easter, as the gentle winds of spring began to swirl through the Northern Hemisphere, the life of Pope John Paul II, the spiritual leader of the world’s billion-plus Roman Catholics, slipped into the ages.
In 1981 John Paul II was shot and severely wounded in an assassination attempt, and in later years he suffered from numerous health problems, including cancer and an ongoing battle with Parkinson’s disease.
Whenever Pope John Paul II signed a papal bull—a written communication from the Vatican Chancery—his signature was accompanied by his formal papal seal.
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 Conference Notes: Is John Paul II more traditional than Paul VI?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
For instance, Pope John Paul's visit to the Lutheran Church in Rome back in December of last year was a scandal.
Pope John Paul II declares that he is in favor of a democratic socialism which is non-totalitarian and has Christian roots.
But one day this Pope may be inviting the chiefs of all religions to a meeting in Rome, in the style of the Chicago Congress of Religions of many years ago, to which the then Pope told the bishops of Chicago not to go.
www.sspx.ca /Angelus/1984_June/Archbishop_Marcel_Lefebvre.htm   (1208 words)

  
 Pope Paul VI was prophetic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Pope John Paul II warned Catholic theologians in 1987, "The Church's teaching on contraception does not belong in the category of matter open to free discussion among theologians.
Humanae Vitae, 1968), Pope Paul predicted that contraceptive use would encourage man to lose respect for woman, considering her "as a mere instrument of selfish enjoyment, and no longer as his respected and beloved companion."  Through abortion and contraception, women have been degraded to an object of sexual use.
John Paul II, "The Church's teaching on contraception is not a matter for free discussion among theologians,"
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 Pope John VI (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.virginia.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Pope John VI '''John VI''', pope from 701 to 705, was a native of Greece, and succeeded to the papal chair two months after the death of Sergius I.
He assisted the exarch Theophylact, who had been sent to Italy by the emperor Justinian II, and prevented him from using violence against the Romans.
Partly by persuasion and partly by means of a bribe, John succeeded in inducing Gisulf, duke of Benevento, to withdraw from the territories of the empire.
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 pope
Luna: "With or without the permission of the bishop, bring the young girls to me." During January 12-16 she was interviewed for 2 1/2 hours by the Cardinal and saw other members of the Congregation, afterwards she saw the Pope and gave him the date of the Great Miracle to come.
Pope Paul VI had all the while shown a very special interest in the apparitions.
It is therefore possible that Pope Paul VI had the Garabandal prophecies in mind when, after speaking of the notable events of the Holy Year, during a general audience on January 7, 1976, he added this comment:
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 Pope John Paul II
Pope John Paul II Pope John Paul II steadies himself
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Pope John Paul II Pope John Paul II gestures
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 The New Pope, Pope Benedict XVI, Joseph Ratzinger The New Pope, List of Popes, Pope John Paul II, Complete list of ...
June 27 Ratzinger is elevated to Cardinal of Munich by Pope Paul VI.
1980 Ratzinger is named by Pope John Paul II to chair the special Synod on the Laity.
Shortly after, the pope asks him to head the Congregation for Catholic Education.
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 Pope John VI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
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John VI, Roman Catholic Pope from 701 to 705, was a native of Greece, and succeeded to the papal chair two months after the death of Pope Sergius I.
He assisted the exarch Theophylact, who had been sent into Italy by the emperor Justinian II, and prevented him from using violence against the Romans.
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 Pope Paul VI Medallions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
There are two different obverse designs, one has Paul VI wearing the papal tiara, the formal headgear also known as the triregnum, thrice crowned hat or triple crown, which is one of the most recognisable symbol of the papacy.
Paul VI was the last pope to have worn the triregnum, as John Paul I chose not to use it, as did John Paul II.
He was elected as pope on the 21st June 1963, and reigned until his death on 6th August 1978.
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 New Catholic Dictionary: Pope John VI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
New Catholic Dictionary: Pope John VI Pope John VI Reigned from 30 October 701 to 11 January 705.
During his pontificate he secured a cessation of Lombard attacks upon different parts of Italy.
Settled the claims of Saint Wilfrid, and reinstalled him in his bishopric at York.
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 Catholic World News : Pope John Paul marks anniversary of Paul VI's death
Castel Gandalfo, Aug. 06, 2004 (CWNews.com) - Pope John Paul II (bio - news) hailed his predecessor, Pope Paul VI, as he celebrated Mass on August 6 in his chapel at the papal summer residence in Castel Gandalfo.
The Holy Father remarked that the day-- which is celebrated in the Catholic Church as the feast of the Transfiguration-- is also the day of Pope Paul's death.
Praising Paul VI as an "unforgettable pastor" who carried the burdens of his responsibility "with evangelical joy," Pope John Paul prayed that "the Church, today and tomoorrow, will know how to value his witness and his teaching."
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 The Pope & Papacy | Catholic-Pages.com
Pope John Paul II changed the rules for electing a Pope in 1996.
Information on the rites that are associated with the death of a Pope, particularly as they unfolded when Pope Paul VI died in 1978.
Discovered several hundred years after his death (and of dubious authenticity), St Malachy is said to have had a vision of the all the remaining Popes until the end of time.
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 St. Pachomius Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
John VI, who was of Greek descent, was elected pope in 701.
He put down a rebellion against Theophylactus, the imperial exarch, and ransomed the Campanian prisoners of Duke Gisulfo of Benevento after a war between the two states.
When, in 704, Bishop Wilfrid of York appealed to Rome for the third time with the claim that he had been unlawfully deposed from his see, John recommended that he take the matter up with the Archbishop of Canterbury.
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