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  Cultural Catholic - Pope Paul VI (1963-1978)
Pope Paul VI was a strong supporter of collegiality, the collective responsibility of all the bishops under the pope for the general welfare of the Church.
Throughout the pontificate of Pope Paul VI the tension between papal primacy and the collegiality of the episcopacy was a source of conflict.
Pope Paul VI died on the Feast of the Transfiguration, August 6, 1978, at the pope's summer residence in Castel Gandolfo.
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  Pope Paul VI
Pope Paul VI, Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini (September 26, 1897 - August 6, 1978), Pope of the Roman Catholic Church (1963-1978), was born in Sarezzo[?], in northern Italy, of a family of the local nobles.
Pope Paul's most controversial decision occurred on July 24, 1968, when in his encyclical[?] Humanae Vitae, "Of Human Life", he rejected the recommendations of a commission established by John XXIII and reaffirmed the Catholic Church's disapproval of artificial birth control.
Pope Paul VI became the first pope to visit all five continents, and was until the election of Pope John Paul II the most travelled pope in history, earning the nickname the Pilgrim Pope.
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  Pope Paul VI - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
VI), born Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini (September 26, 1897 – August 6, 1978), reigned as Pope of the Catholic Church and as sovereign of Vatican City from 1963 to 1978.
Paul was the first pope in centuries to meet the heads of various Eastern Orthodox faiths.
Pope Paul also became the second pope to meet an Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury, Michael Ramsey, after the visit of Archbishop Geoffrey Fisher to Pope John XXIII on December 2nd 1960.
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 Patron Saints Index: Pope Paul VI
As Pope, Paul continued the reforms of John XXIII.
Paul met with leaders of other churches, and in 1969 addressed the World Council of Churches, and limited doctrinal agreements were reached with the Anglicans and Lutherans.
Paul issued frequent reassertions of papal primacy in the face of growing dissent within the Roman Catholic Church itself.
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 Talk:Pope Paul VI - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The plan supposedly was that the actor would as Paul VI agree to all their liberal plots to undermine mother-church and bring on the triumph of protestantism and the devil.
Pope Paul VI caused considerable surprise in 1968 when, to the consternation of his aides, he publicly denied rumours that he was homosexual.
It is conceivable that Paul VI was homosexually-oriented but chaste (in which case his denial of this affair would have been true, but irrelevant to his orientation).
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 Pope John Paul I
Pope John Paul I, Albino Luciani (October 17, 1912 - September 28, 1978), was elected pope on August 26, 1978 and died 33 days later on 28 September 1978, after one of the shortest reigns in papal history.
Pope Pius XII was 'treated' by an unqualified 'doctor' whose 'remedies' left the pope with constant hiccups and rotting teeth.
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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 Pope Paul VI The World Pays Its Tribute   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pope Honorius I was not only condemned by the Council of Constantinople in 681 because he "followed the wicked teaching of the heretics" but the acts of the Council were signed by the papal legate and duly authenticated by Pope Leo II.
Pope Paul VI constantly sought to promote and deepen mutual understanding among the churches; this was evinced by his great enthusiasm for the establishment of a Joint Working Group between the Roman Catholic Church and the World Council of Churches.
Pope Paul VI understood his ministry as an instrument in the service of peace in the world and indefatigably recalled the duty of the church and indeed of every member of the church to contribute to overcoming the menace of war.
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Pope Paul VI was Bishop of Rome from 1963 to 1978.
For Paul it was essential to break the control of society by economics, and to destroy the psychological atmosphere of fatalism that stemmed from viewing the world as controlled by impersonal 'forces' (for example, the laws of the market).
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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 Pope Paul VI Biography and Summary
Paul VI (1897-1978) became pope of the Roman Catholic Church in 1963.
PAUL VI (Giovanni Battista Montini, 1897–1978), was pope of the Roman Catholic Church during most of the Second Vatican Council and the years immediately after it.
VI), born Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini(September 26, 1897 – August 6, 1978), reigned as Pope of the Catholic Church and as sovereign of Vatican City from 1963 to 1978.
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 Pope Paul VI   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pope Paul VI was Bishop of Rome from 1963 to 1978.
For Paul it was essential to break the control of society by economics, and to destroy the psychological atmosphere of fatalism that stemmed from viewing the world as controlled by impersonal 'forces' (for example, the laws of the market).
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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 Pope Paul VI information - Search.com
VI), born Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini (September 26, 1897 – August 6, 1978), reigned as Pope of the Catholic Church and as sovereign of Vatican City from 1963 to 1978.
Paul VI donated his own Papal Tiara, a gift from his former Archdiocese of Milan, to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. as a gift to American Catholics.
Pope Paul also became the second pope to meet an Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury, Michael Ramsey, after the visit of Archbishop Geoffrey Fisher to Pope John XXIII on December 2nd 1960.
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POPE PAUL VI Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini was born on September 26, 1897 at Concesio (Lombardy) of a wealthy family of the upper class.
Pope Paul had an unaccountably poor press and his public image suffered by comparison with his outgoing and jovial predecessor.
Pope Paul Vl, the pilgrim pope, died on August 6, 1978, the feast of the Transfiguration.
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 Pope Paul VI as Prophet
Pope Paul VI made four rather general "prophecies" about what would happen if the Church's teaching on contraception were ignored.
The Pope first noted that the widespread use of contraception would "lead to conjugal infidelity and the general lowering of morality." That there has been a widespread decline in morality, especially sexual morality, in the last 25 years, is very difficult to deny.
Pope Paul's final warning was that contraception would lead man to think that he had unlimited dominion over his own body.
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 POPE PAUL VI
POPE PAUL VI Pope Paul VI iovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini was born on September 26, 1897 at Concesio (Lombardy) of a wealthy family of the upper class.
At the conclave of 1958 his name was frequently mentioned, and at Pope John's first consistory in December of that year he was one of 23 prelates raised to the cardinalate with his name leading the list.
ope Paul Vl, the pilgrim pope, died on August 6, 1978, the feast of the Transfiguration.
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 December 2, 1999 TOP 100 CATHOLICS: (dec2top.htm)
Pope Pius XI, the 32nd selection of the TOP 100 CATHOLICS OF THE CENTURY, appointed him domestic prelate to the Holy See on July 8, 1931 and he became assistant to the Secretariat of State on December 13, 1937.
Paul VI was not a man of pomp, rejecting these trappings to turn his attention to the poor.
Paul convened synods, introduced the Episcopal Synods and defined the role of the priests and the laity as well as retirement age for the ordained.
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 The Suffering Pope Succeeded by "Star Out of Poland"
Pope John XXIII had opened the post-war era by traveling outside the Vatican, the first time since 1870, but Pope Paul VI was the first pope to travel outside Italy since Pius VII was forced to flee by Napoleon (about 150 years earlier).
Pope Paul VI visited Udine, Italy (Sept. 16, 1972) to take part in a eucharistic congress and stopped at Venice, where he met Cardinal Albino Luciani, and in St. Mark's Square, before thousands of spectators, removed his stole to place it temporarily on this cardinal-patriarch of Venice, who was to become his successor.
John Paul II came to the papacy with the reputation of being a friend of the workingman — a reputation that was not appreciated by the Communist regime, whose history had been an attempt to separate the workingman from the Church.
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 Murder of John Paul I (Morgana's Observatory)
As a result, after 1870 the Pope became the pathetic "Prisoner of the Vatican." Perhaps to compensate for the loss of his earthly kingdom, Pope Pius IX (1846-1878) convoked Vatican Council I with the purpose of promulgating the doctrine of papal infallibility.
When the conclave assembled in the wake of Paul's death, it was deeply divided between those who sought to move forward with the democratic agenda of Vatican Council II and those who yearned for a reversion to the rigid dogma before Pope John XXIII.
Paul VI had turned to Sindona for financial advice in 1968 when the government abolished the Vatican's tax exemption for income from Italian investments.
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 Catholic World News : Praise for Pope Paul VI, leader in difficult times
The Paul VI Institute was founded in 1979, in the town where the late Pope was ordained, and dedicated to study of the work of the Pope who led the Church from 1963 to 1977.
Pope Paul led the Church “through the call of divine providence to guide the ship of Peter through a historical period marked by no small number of challenges and problems,” the current Pontiff said.
Pope Paul VI was the first modern Pontiff to travel extensively, the Holy Father observed.
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 Pope Paul VI relationships
Pope Paul VI is an idealist who would like to paint the world in pastel colors, and live in peace and harmony with others at all times.
Pope Paul VI is likely to have a certain fear of crowds and may have a tendency to be agoraphobic.
Pope Paul VI is more comfortable showing his love by doing or making something for his loved one, or simply being there for her, rather than by making any romantic, soul-stirring declarations.
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 Knights of Columbus - Pope Paul VI Assembly, No. 2367
Pope Paul VI Assembly 2367 is a very active assembly with patriotic programs and charitable activities dedicated to the Church, Community and Youth.
Pope Paul VI was born on September 26, 1887 at Concescio, Lombardy, Italy as Giovanni Battista Montini.
In his seminal 1968 encyclical, "Humanae Vitae," Paul reaffirmed the Church's ban on contraception and reconfirmed exquisitely the moral underpinnings of the Church's pro-life position and her moral arguments against abortion.
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 Catholic World News : Pope recalls work of Paul VI through "difficult years"
Pope Benedict spoke to an overflow crowd gathered in the courtyard of the papal summer resident at Castel Gandolfo.
This was a papacy that repudiated papal authority, and thus, repudiated the pope as pastor of the Church.
Pope Paul VI was the first pope of whom I was aware and he held Aug 6, the Feast of the Transfiguration, very highly.
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 LT68 - POPE PAUL VI AND THE TRUTH OF SACRED SCRIPTURE
The Pope's abundant commentaries throughout the course of a fifteen-year pontificate bear eloquent witness to the seriousness with which he took both aspects of a true and contemporary reading of the Gospels: continuity with the Church's great tradition regarding their historical reliability, and recognition of the nuances which distinguish them from modern historiography.
Especially insofar as Paul VI was the Pope upon whose approval and promulgation the Vatican II documents depend for their magisterial authority, his own understanding of those documents should be seen as authoritative and normative.
First, as I have already stressed, Paul VI himself, in constantly reaffirming the Catholic tradition regarding the Gospels, did not appeal simply to his own and his predecessors' authority; he also pointed to the defective post-Kantian philosophical premises which prejudice the 'demythologizing' school of Gospel criticism.
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 Pope paul vi - Pope Paul VI (Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini
Paul VI was the last pope to be crowned; his successor Pope John Paul I abolished the ceremony during his reign, though it could be reinstated.
Pope Paul VI born Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini, (September 26, 1897 — August 6, 1978) served as Pope from 1963 to 1978.
Pope Paul VI Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini.
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 Zenit News Agency - The World Seen From Rome
Paul VI died Aug. 6, 1978, at the age of 80.
He recalled the words of Paul VI from 1972: "I would like you to have the capacity to perceive in the Church the light it bears within, the capacity to see the transfigured Church, namely, to see that which [the Second Vatican] Council has shown so clearly in its documents.
Early in his pontificate, Paul VI raised Krakow, the diocese headed by Bishop Karol Wojtyla, to the level of archdiocese.
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