Giovanni Battista Montini

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Noun1.Giovanni Battista Montini - Italian pope from 1963 to 1978 who eased restrictions on fasting and on interfaith marriages (1897-1978)
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We got some pastoral bishops after the Second Vatican Council, thanks to Archbishop Jean Jadot and Pope Paul VI.
POPE Francis has beatified Pope Paul VI and declared that God is not afraid of new things as he concluded a remarkable meeting of bishops debating family issues.
On the other hand, Pope Francis will head to Christian holy sites in Palestine via Jordan, on a three-day visit which starts on May 24, following a visit made by his predecessor Pope Paul VI around half a century ago.
Beginning with the Address of Pope Paul Vi to Women (1965) and Humanae Vitae (1968), and ending with a statement on gender equality by the Holy See's Permanent Observer to the United Nations in 2010, this book collects all of the Vatican's major statements on women from 1960-2010.
It could easily have been avoided if Pope Paul VI in 1966 had followed the recommendation of his special commission on contraception.
The following year he was appointed secretary to the Vatican's Congregation for the Evangelisation of Peoples, a position he held until he was appointed personal and private secretary to Pope Paul VI in 1975.
After a long career as an academic, serving as a professor of theology at various German universities, he was appointed Archbishop of Munich and Freising and cardinal by Pope Paul VI in 1977.
In eleven chapters, he combines brief meditative selections from the writings of Pope Paul VI with a beautifully written, clear, and helpful instruction on lectio divina, an important way to pray with both the mind and the heart, contemplatively.
he meeting will come more than 30 years after Lady Thatcher first visited the Vatican, as Leader of the Opposition, to meet Pope Paul VI.
Pope John Paul II and Pope Paul VI visited the region during their terms.
It began on Sunday, August 6, when Pope Paul VI died.
Pope Paul VI pleaded before the United Nations in 1965 for an end to all war--a challenge repeated in 1991 by Pope John Paul II: "Never again war