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Pope

, John 1822-1892.
American Union general in the Civil War who was defeated by Gen. Robert E. Lee at the Second Battle of Bull Run (1862).
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Pope John Paul II travelled to many countries, but his one trip to Cardiff will always be remembered for the hundreds of thousands of people it attracted from all over the UK.
Pope John Paul II in Bielsko-Biala in the range and quantities specified in detail in Annex 5 to siwz.
POPE John Paul POPE John Paul II may have been involved in a forbidden romance with a married woman, according to new claims.
I had not eaten for hours and yet my hunger vanished when I saw Pope John Paul II," said Lino Gilbert Parone, who now teaches in the United States.
Mehmet Ali Agca, the gunman who attempted to assassinate Pope John Paul II on May 1981, wishes to meet Pope Francis in Turkey on Nov.
In the course of teaching church history in a seminary, I have more than once witnessed a collective blush as we cover the foibles of the 18-year-old Pope John XII or the infamous Rodrigo Borgia, Pope Alexander VI.
Peter's Square in Rome, Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II were from vastly contrasting cultural worlds and each pursued uniquely different paths to strengthen their cherished Roman Catholic Church.
at Smart-Araneta Coliseum, which Pope John Paul II declared a "colosseo of papal audiences" during his visit to the Philippines in 1981.
This will be the last time he wifi be venerated as Blessed Pope John Paul II; after the canonization ceremony April 27, he will be known as St.
POPE John XXIII was pontiff from 1958 to his death in 1963 but his short reign is credited with transforming the Catholic Church.
The Polish Pope John Paul II and Italian Pope John XXIII are two of the 20th century's most influential Church leaders.
1978: Catholics mourn Pope's death The leader of the Roman Catholic Church, Pope John Paul, has died after the shortest papal reign in history.