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  Pope John XXIII - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Pope John's first consistory, Montini was raised to the rank of cardinal, and was himself elected as John's successor, Paul VI.
Pope John XXIII was the last pope to use full papal ceremonial, much of which was abolished subsequently after Vatican II.
(Pope Paul VI opted for a shorter ceremony while later popes declined to be crowned.) However, as with his predecessor Pope Pius XII, he chose to have the coronation itself take place on the balcony of St. Peter's in view of the crowds assembled in St. Peter's Square.
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 Pope John XIII - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He was elected Pope John XIII five months after the death of Pope Leo VIII (963–965), as a compromise candidate, with the agreement of Emperor Otto I (936–973).
Otto II was afterwards married to the niece of the Byzantine Emperor John I Tzimisces (969–976), as part of the ongoing attempt to reconcile Eastern and Western Churches.
John XIII created new Latin archbishoprics in southern Italy, thus reducing the influence of the Eastern Orthodox church, as well as the Byzantine Empire.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pope_John_XIII   (265 words)

Pope John Paul II was extremely popular worldwide, attracting the largest crowds in history (at times attracting crowds of over one million people in a single venue [over four million people at the World Youth Day in Manila]), and being respected by many even outside of the Catholic Church, despite strident criticism from some quarters.
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 could not escape the controversy of the involvement of Croatian Catholic clergy with the Ustasa regime of an active collaborator with the Ustaše fascist regime.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/p/po/pope_john_paul_ii.html   (7413 words)

John himself, quite unlike John XII, was brought up strictly and educated at the Lateran with the young clerics.
John assisted Otto in the marriage negotiations which brought to young Otto the hand of the beautiful and remarkably able Theophano, young daughter of the Eastern Emperor Romanus II.
John XIII cooperated with the Emperor in forwarding missionary activity on the frontiers.
www.cfpeople.org /Books/Pope/POPEp134.htm   (498 words)

Pope John Paul was born Karol Wojtyla on May 18, 1920, in Wadowice, Poland.
John Paul II suffered from Parkinson's disease, an arthritic knee, an aching hip and the lingering effects of the 1981 assassination attempt.
Pope John Paul II led the world's Roman Catholics since he was the surprise choice of the College of Cardinals on Oct. 16, 1978.
www.cbc.ca /news/obit/pope   (1644 words)

 Orthos Logos, Recta Ratio: Pope John Paul II, Nihilism, and Postmodern Philosophy
Pope John Paul II suggests that postmodernism appears on the horizon at this point in history as a form of nihilism, resulting from the crisis of rationalism, for which Catholic theology provides the precisely correct philosophical antidote: self-certainty and absolute values based upon faith in the truth of personal existence sought in relation to God.
Pope John Paul II recounts important moments in the encounter of faith and reason: the engagement of the Apostles with Epicurean and Stoic thought, the christianizing of Platonic and Neo-Platonic thought, the synthesis devised by Augustine, the scholastic theology of Anselm, and the originality of Aquinas.
Pope John Paul II talks of the crisis of meaning and the fragmentation of knowledge as aspects of nihilism, a philosophy of nothing where life is comprised only of sensations and experiences and where there can be no faith or commitment because everything is provisional and uncertain.
www.luthersem.edu /ctrf/JCTR/Vol05/peters.htm   (6269 words)

 The Jewish Journal Of Greater Los Angeles
When Pope John XXIII convened Vatican Council II, he initiated the process that led to Nostra Aetate, which 40 years ago this year essentially dropped the charge that Jews were responsible for the crucifixion of Jesus.
Pope John XIII met with the Jewish scholar of anti-Semitism, Jules Isaac.
Pope John XXIII had once paused to greet Jewish worshippers on a Shabbat eve, treating them with dignity and respect in a then-unprecedented gesture by the bishop of Rome and the heir to St. Peter.
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In presence of the imperial envoys, Liutprand, Bishop of Cremona, and Otgar, Bishop of Speyer, the emperor's candidate, John, Bishop of Narni, was elected pope, and crowned on 1 October, 965, as John XIII.
John travelled with Otto to Ravenna, where in April, 967, he held another synod in which the elevation of Magdeburg to metropolitan dignity was confirmed, disputes were decided, privileges conferred upon churches and convents, and Ravenna with its territory restored to the pope as part of the Ecclesiastical States.
John also favoured the negotiations held with the Byzantines for a matrimonial alliance between Otto II and the Princess Theophano.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/08427a.htm   (790 words)

 Pope John XIII: Encyclopedia topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
John XIII (died September 6, 972 (972: more facts about this subject)) served as Pope (Pope: The head of the Roman Catholic Church) from October 1, 965 (965: more facts about this subject) until his death in 972.
John's behaviour and foreign backing made him disliked in Rome (Rome: Capital and largest city of Italy; on the Tiber; seat of the Roman Catholic Church; formerly the capital of the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire).
After John's restoration he worked with Otto on ecclesiastical improvements, including the creation of the Archbishopric of Magdeburg (Archbishopric of Magdeburg: the archbishopric of magdeburg was a state of the holy roman empire lying around magdeburg...
www.absoluteastronomy.com /reference/pope_john_xiii3   (259 words)

 The Telegraph - Calcutta : Opinion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The spectacle of George W. Bush kneeling at Pope John Paul II’s bier recalls another temporal ruler, Emperor Frederick Barbarossa, on his knees while Pope Adrian IV placed his slippered foot on the emperor’s neck and then made him hold the stirrup while he mounted his horse.
John Paul II recognized the logic of numbers by being relentlessly on the move, making 104 trips to 129 countries, shaking hands with more than 1,500 heads of state or government, and covering more than half a million miles.
He is said to have reversed the legacy of both Pope John XIII who wanted to “throw open the windows of the church” and Pope John Paul I who congratulated the parents of the world’s first test-tube baby.
www.telegraphindia.com /1050409/asp/opinion/story_4590523.asp   (1308 words)

 1962 Man of the Year: Pope John XXIII
It is the genius of Pope John XXIII that he sensed that the time was ripe for internal renewal in the church, and opened the way for it.
Pope John, watching the proceedings in his apartment over closed- circuit TV, ruled that there was no point in continuing to discuss a document that so many bishops disapproved of.
Pope John, though he has roundly condemned "the mistakes, greed and violence" of the Soviet rulers, is known to feel that the 1962 brand of Communism is no worse than a lot of other problems the church has faced in the past.
www.catholic.net /RCC/News/Time_Mag/1962.html   (4441 words)

 History of the Mass (8histort.htm)
The popes were still puppet pontiffs however, this time not of a powerful Roman family but of a powerful foreign power and Romans cast a wary eye to whatever these popes decreed.
This left John XIV totally vulnerable for Otto's choice as pope was not a popular one with the people and they felt John was shoved down their throats by Otto.
Therefore, friendless, the reign of John XIV was ripe for rebellion.
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 Student Activities - Mission Statements   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Pope John Academic Team was formed in order to promote academic competition within the school, the county and the state.
The Pope John XXIII Chapter of the National Honor Society is in conformity with the National NHS Constitution.
The Pope John Humane Society was formed to aid in the funding of local animal shelters that do the awesome job of caring for abandoned and abused pets while trying to find loving homes for them.
www.popejohn.org /studentActivities/activities.htm   (2893 words)

At the death of Pope John XIII (965-72), who was a brother of Crescentius, the Emperor Otto I (936-73) designated as his successor the Cardinal-Deacon Benedict, who took the name Benedict VI (972-74).
Pope John XIV (983-84), who had been appointed by the Emperor Otto II, was imprisoned in the Castle of Sant' Angelo, where he perished about four months afterwards, and Boniface VII (984-85) ruled again as pope up to the time of his death in July, 985.
Pope Gregory V, who wished to inaugurate his pontificate with acts of mercy, pleaded for the guilty, and the emperor withdrew his sentence of exile.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/04484c.htm   (1525 words)

 Apparitions of Mary - Some Recent Papal Visionaries - Pope Leo XIII, Pope Pius XII, Pope John Paul II   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
What Leo XIII apparently saw, as described later by those who talked to him at the time of his vision, was a period of about one hundred years when the power of Satan would reach its zenith.
In 1989, Sister Lucia told one of her relatives that the Consecration conducted by Pope John Paul and the bishops in 1984 was accepted by Heaven and Russia would be converted.
John Paul's dedication to the Blessed Virgin, reinvigorated by the vision he had at the Policlinico, represents a real hope in mitigating against a near-term global period of stress.
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 The Pope Has Blood On His Hands
John Paul II became Pope in 1978, just as the emancipatory 60s were declining into the long political night of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher.
The Pope's authority was so unassailable that the head of a Spanish seminary managed to convince his students that he had the Pope's personal permission to masturbate them.
John Paul's response was to reward an American cardinal who had assiduously covered up the outrage with a plush posting in Rome.
www.commondreams.org /views05/0404-25.htm   (906 words)

 Pope John XIII: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The pope is the catholic bishop and patriarch of rome, and head of the roman catholic church and the eastern catholic churches....
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www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/p/po/pope_john_xiii3.htm   (845 words)

 Boston.com / News / Local / Tigers claw way to spotlight share
After a 5-6 finish last season, Pope John, led by junior quarterback Anthony Nalen, is off to a 5-1 start this year.
Pope John is unlikely to surpass Everett High's fervent following anytime soon, but head coach Paul Sobolewski said residents of the football-crazed city -- Everett has two Pop Warner programs -- are starting to take notice that there is another football team in town.
Last year, Pope John ran a double wing attack and ran it well with senior rusher Nick Fico, who piled up 1,200 yards and 16 touchdowns.
www.boston.com /news/local/articles/2004/10/28/tigers_claw_way_to_spotlight_share   (518 words)

 The Smiling Pope
Pope Paul named him a cardinal in 1973, an important fact as only cardinals elect a new pope.
When a pope dies, as Paul VI did on August 6, 1978, the cardinals are called to Rome to enter a conclave (Latin: cum-clavis “locked room”) where they work in secret to elect a new pope.
The pope’s short tenure and his possible vision to make radical changes have led to some speculate that he was in fact murdered by those whose lives would be greatly altered by his decisions.
www.btc-bci.com /~jneiman/Stamparticles/smiling_pope.htm   (1054 words)

 Patron Saints Index: Pope John XIII   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
133rd pope during a time of dispute over the throne.
A group who oppsed his connection to Emperor Otto I had him imprisoned in December 965 in the Castle of Sant' Angelo.
John escaped and hid with Prince Pandulf of Capua, until restored to his throne on 14 November 966 by the intervention of Otto.
www.catholic-forum.com /saints/pope0133.htm   (129 words)

 archive: The Christian agenda   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The Pope as a religious head of the Christians holds a unique place in the religious and cultural sphere of the world because there is now no Ottoman Caliphate for the Muslims and the Shankaracharya does not enjoy much clout over the Hindus.
Such rights have been re-emphasised by Pope John Paul II who unambiguously wrote in the Bull of Indiction of Great Jubilee of the year 2000, "it must be acknowledged that history records events which constitute a counter-testimony to Christianity.
It is just trying to explore the genuineness of the liberal attitude which the Christianity claims to have acquired after the second council of Bishops convened by Pope John XIII in 1963, popularly referred as Vatican II, which called upon the church to harmonise with local culture and religions.
www.media-watch.org /articles/1199/2.html   (615 words)

 John XIII
Formerly known as Peter, bishop of Pavia and chancellor of Italy, he was elected in Nov. 983, by the influence of Otto II.
During his pontificate the political power in Rome was in the hands of John Crescentius IL, and the papacy enjoyed little consideration abroad, as is shown by the history of the Reims contest (see SYLVESTER IL).
John was disposed to accede, but the monastic reformers raised such a storm of protest that the negotiations were broken off.
www.ccel.org /s/schaff/encyc/encyc06/htm/ii.v.htm   (829 words)

 Veniceblog: A Venetian Pope?
John Paul was born in Belluno, but was the Patriarch of Venice before being moved up to The Show for his 15 minutes.
Instead of Pope John XXI, he meant Pope John XXII (I do that all the time.
If I had a dollar for every time I forgot to put an “I” at the end of a Pope’s name, I’d be a (M*C)X-aire by now.) Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, Pope John XXII (1958-63), was in fact Patriarch of Venice in 1953, later made a cardinal that year.
veniceblog.typepad.com /veniceblog/2003/10/a_venetian_pope.html   (407 words)

 Pope John Paul II at opensource encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Pope John Paul II John Paul II (Latin Johannes Paulus), original name Karol Józef Wojtyła (born May 18, 1920), the bishop of Rome and head of the Roman Catholic church since 1978, the first non-Italian pope in 455 years and the first ever from a Slavic country.
When on October 16, 1978 (first Mass on October 22), at age 58, he succeeded Pope John Paul I, he fulfilled a prophesy made to him decades earlier by Padre Pio that he would one day be pope.
There was a plot to assassinate the Pope during his visit to Manila in January 1995, as part of Operation Bojinka, a mass terrorist attack that was developed by Al-Qaida members Ramzi Yousef and Khalid Sheik Mohammed.
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...pope john XXIII was the anti head of the priorat of sion, the custody of the secret of the holy grail or was he the custody?
the polish pope a messenger of the knights of marlburg?, the amber hunters, amber in greek language is electron, the conductivity, the link or the intercession with the universe, (the holy spirit?
Acknowledge that Pope John XIII (Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, * Nov.25,1881 in Sotto il Monte; � Jun.3,1963 in Rome) - member of the Secular Franciscan Order - had been named in 1925 by Pope Pius XI Apostolic Visitator in Bulgaria, raising him to the episcopate with the titular Diocese of Areopolis.
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Brought to Rome by Borel, count of Barcelona, the learned monk so impressed Pope John XIII that he sent Gerbert to Otto the Great.
When the Pope ordered another and more free council to study the matter, Gerbert grew rebellious.
The Romans drove both Emperor and Pope out of Rome in 1001, and though Sylvester managed to return after Otto's early death in 1002, he was overshadowed by Crescentius III.
www.cfpeople.org /Books/Pope/POPEp140.htm   (552 words)

 St. Pachomius Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
The papacy of John XIII (965-972) was fairly peaceful.
Bishop of Narni when elected pope, John was kidnapped by Roman nobles and prisoner in the Campania for a year.
John also called a synod at Ravenna to condemn clerical marriage.
www.voskrese.info /spl/Xjn13.html   (81 words)

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