John Paul

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John′ Paul′

1. John Paul I, (Albino Luciani) 1912–78, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1978.
2. John Paul II, (Karol Wojtyła) born 1920, Polish ecclesiastic: pope since 1978.
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John Paul Jefferson Jones, titularly attached to the American Embassy and correspondent of the New York Demagogue, who, by way of making himself agreeable to the company, asked Lady Steyne, during a pause in the conversation at dinner, how his dear friend, George Gaunt, liked the Brazils?
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Observance of Sunday as a holy day is under increasing assault, Pope John Paul II has asserted.
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The Manila Cathedral is holding a second round of public veneration of the blood relic of Saint Pope John Paul II that ends on Sunday.
Due to the overwhelming turn-out of devotees who lined up to venerate the blood relic of Saint John Paul II at the Manila Cathedral last week, the basilica will hold another public veneration of the relic on May 13.
Twelve years have passed since his death, but the presence and influence of Saint John Paul II in the hearts of the Filipino faithful is still very much alive today.
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