Catholic Church & Pope John Paul

The Catholic Church, also known as the Roman Catholic Church, is, with over a billion members, the world's largest Christian church. Pope John Paul II , born Karol Józef Wojtyła (18 May 1920 – 2 April 2005), reigned as Pope of the Catholic Church from 1978 until his death in 2005. He was the second-longest serving Pope in history and the first non-Italian since 1523. 5.0/5

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Catholic Church i know did all of you they already know's hes name is Pope Francis,after Pope John Paul the 2nd die. so now what is the--
Pope John Paul II self-flagellated according to 600 - 800 AD practice in Catholic Church borrowed by Muslims
Rock Calendar 9-29-78: Pope John Paul I is found dead in his Vatican apartment just over a month after becoming head of the Catholic Church
Pope Francis and the Vatican has introduced the world to their god they been worshipping all along, Lucifer. According to Pope Francis and the Catholic Church, The Morning Star is the creator of the world and the father of Christ. He brought "light" to the human race. This announced was made to the world April 27th, 2014 during a ceremony where Pope John Paul the 1st and Pope John Paul the 2nd.This declaration is unprecedented and should cause concern to the world. It's no coincidence that the first Jesuit Pope would make such a shocking statement. He has been overhauling the Vatican since he got in. So far he has said Athiest will enter heaven as long as they do good works. He also stated Jesus is just a man and prays to the father and he is a co-mediator with mother Mary between God and man. This is their new statement made during Mass and other ceremonies: "His flame dawning his own son May, I say to you O' lucifer who knows no setting Christ is your son who came back from the dead and shed his light t ...
Pope Francis (Latin: Franciscus; Italian: Francesco; born Jorge Mario Bergoglio,[b][c] 17 December 1936) is the reigning pope of the Catholic Church, in which capacity he is both Bishop of Rome and absolute sovereign of the Vatican City State.[2] Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Bergoglio worked briefly as a chemical technician and nightclub bouncer before beginning seminary studies.[3] He was ordained a Catholic priest in 1969 and from 1973 to 1979 was Argentina's Provincial Superior of the Society of Jesus. He became the Archbishop of Buenos Aires in 1998 and was created a cardinal in 2001 by Pope John Paul II.
Michael wanted to get Pope John Paul II to personally baptize Paris, something the Catholic Church refused.
"May 18, 1920 - Pope John Paul II the 264th pope of the Catholic Church is born in Wadowice,Poland. http:…
Thoughts on Eco-Spirituality from Saint Pope John Paul ll: In a message for the World Environment Day, June 5, 1995, John Paul II, the "ecologist" pope of the Catholic Church, reiterated his concern for the Earth, our home, created by God with a delicate balance which must be maintained and, where it is necessary, restored. The Earth is not ours to do as we please. He continued, as always, to emphasize the dignity of the human person, the importance of the common good, the value of human life and the protection of the weakest. He appealed to end this very moment the plundering of the Earth to satisfy ever growing demands for consumer goods and for greater profits as an end in itself. This link on Eco-Spirituailty
On June 1, 2014, Pope Francis will be meeting with International Catholic Charismatic Leaders from all over the world for the upcoming Italian Charismatic Conference to be held in Rome. He is the first Pope to join in this conference in history. During a weekend in the 1960's (the Holy Spirit rocked the Catholic Church and the world by using some college students to begin the largest lay movement in the world. "At this moment in the Church's history, the Charismatic Renewal can play a significant role in promoting the much-needed defense of Christian life in societies where secularism and materialism have weakened many people's ability to respond to the Spirit and to discern God's loving call. Your contribution to the re-evangelization of society will be made in the first place by personal witness to the indwelling Spirit and by showing forth His presence through works of holiness and solidarity." Pope John Paul II The reason why I am making this post is because some people do not understand the theo ...
(Still inserting book-chapters in reverse order, so you'll be able to read in forward order from the top down.) = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = WHY NOT MARRIAGE? WHY NOT CHILDREN? "Sons are a heritage from the Lord." / Psalm 127:3 Radio host Michael Savage barely has a clue about the Christian faith, but at least sometimes he brings up important points on his broadcast. Earlier this week, I heard him talking about the demographic suicide of European nations. Many of those nations, notably Spain, Italy and Greece, have so low a birthrate in their main ethnic groups, that it is already too late for them to recover and rebuild their populations; they are going to be submerged by their Muslim immigrants. This raised a related thought for me. When the Catholic Church had to replace Pope John Paul the Second, I said that they should elect Cardinal Arinze of Nigeria as their next Pope, disarming everyone who charges the Roman communion with racism. The College of Cardinals chose instead to elect a blah, ...
With great joy, the Catholic Church celebrates the Canonization of Pope John XXlll and Pope John Paul ll. Tommy and I could not get close, but had a view the screen (sort of) over the Tiber River, across from Castel San't Angelo. What a festive time to walk the streets around the vatican! No cars, no buses, no honking—just us pilgrims!
I am sick to death of constantly hearing about the canonization of the 2 former Popes. I wish the Catholic Church would root out the child molesters and adopt a more humane attitude to adult sexuality. It really enrages me that Pope John Paul the Second is being canonised. A least unlikely candidate if ever there was one. Of course John Paul the Second was a great friend of Margaret Thatcher and Reagan who brought the curse of neo-liberalism which has wrecked the worked, and the de-regulation of Banks with the consequence for all to see
So when was it Ok to call these pedophile Popes, Saints? That decision doesn't belong to the Catholic Church..ONLY GOD knows WHO His Saints are...(unless, " they sit in the seat as God, desiring to be worshipped as God..")only He knows what is in a man's heart..and if this folly is what's inside their hearts..Im sorry, but that makes you a wolf in sheeps clothing!!!( Im not surprised if yall think Pope John Paul is a Saint..after all..."The whole world shall wander after the beast.")
///STOLEN POST YOU MUST READ//... Very very very Strict Warning to all Christians in Kenya HOW MY WIFE AND KIDS LEFT ME. AND CRUSHED MY SOUL. My Name is Francis Muroki. I am 55 Years old.I have worked in senior positions in the media and trotted the globe on media assignments. For the better part of My career,I covered former president Daniel Arap Moi on his many official trips abroad. And I carefully balanced My work and family life, giving My family the best I could. And Just when My marriage appeared calm, I was rudely jostled out of My comfort zone in a devastating way. I got married at the Holy Family Basillica in 1986. My wife and I exchanged Golden Wedding Rings which had arrived from THE VATICAN itself in Rome! And among the many Wedding gifts we received was a huge congratulatory portrait from the POPE HIMSELF! Pope John Paul,the 2nd. Severally, I had gone to Rome on official duty while working in the media and for the Catholic Church as an editor and writer of the various magazines owned by the ...
in 1995 Pope John Paul II apologised for the injustices by the Catholic Church against women, as if they were even close to ending injustice
"...But especially contradictory is a notion of Tradition which opposes the universal Magisterium of the Church possessed by the Bishop of Rome and the Body of Bishops. It is impossible to remain faithful to the Tradition while breaking the ecclesial bond with him to whom, in the person of the Apostle Peter, Christ himself entrusted the ministry of unity in his Church... In the present circumstances I wish especially to make an appeal both solemn and heartfelt, paternal and fraternal, to all those who until now have been linked in various ways to the movement of Archbishop Lefebvre, that they may fulfill the grave duty of remaining united to the Vicar of Christ in the unity of the Catholic Church, and of ceasing their support in any way for that movement. Everyone should be aware that formal adherence to the schism is a grave offence against God and carries the penalty of excommunication decreed by the Church's law.(8)" - Blessed Pope John Paul II, Ecclesia Dei Adflicta [The Injured Church of God]
Pope John Paul. II was seen in *** (Divine Revelations by Angelica Zambrano ), the Vatican Council pronounced him ´Holy´ a saint ". And now, Pope Francis says that *** is a metaphor, that Satan is a metaphor and a personification!, that Adam and Eve were mere fables, that some Scriptural verses are outdated, that the Catholic Church is big enough to accommodate homosexuals and heterosexuals etc. My brother, My sister, Are you still there?... better run for your dear soul now! before it is too late!; *** is real! and judgment day is coming!!.
Can you say Nazi collaborators, Catholic Church, Stepinac, Ustase, hundreds of millions of dollars of plunder and pope John Paul? Sickening! Is there nothing the Church won't stoop too?
FAITH ‘NIGHTMARE SCENARIO’: THE PAPAL CONCLAVE LASTS TWO YEARS — IT’S HAPPENED BEFORE Mar. 12, 2013 11:45am Billy Hallowell 36 33 1 0 68 Related:Catholic Church,Pope Benedict XVI Could the conclave to elect a new pope take more than two years to complete? While this is certainly an unlikely scenario (after all, the Vatican has said that a new Catholic leader will likely be at the helm before Easter), such an elongated deliberation has actually taken place in the past (32 months, to be exact). And it’s what Business Insider called a “nightmare scenario.” The year was 1268 and the cardinals were meeting in a palace in the medieval village of Viterbo to choose a new leader following Pope Clement IV’s death, according to a 2005 ABC News report. It apparently took the Christian leaders so long to make a decision, that the people became inpatient. The bizarre timeline resulted in what Catholic historians say is “the longest conclave in history.” Are We Headed for a Repeat of the Longest Conc ...
Secret of the The vatican Regular exorcise! Baudelaire once said that "the greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he doesn't exist." But in modern-day Vatican City, the devil is considered alive and well. The late Pope John Paul II personally performed three exorcisms during his reign, and Pope Benedict XVI expanded the ranks of Catholic-sponsored exorcists throughout the world. In fact, Father Gabriele Amorth, the Church's chief exorcist, claims to expel more than 300 demons a year from the confines of his Vatican office, and there are some 350 exorcists operating on behalf of the Catholic Church in Italy alone. Amorth also teaches bishops how to tell the difference between satanic possession and psychiatric illness, noting that those who suffer from the former seem to be particularly repulsed by the sight of holy water and the cross.
Jesus loves the church. Listen to St. James .. He is telling us that there is a pure religion. "In the sight of God, our Father, pure and blameless religion lies in helping the orphans and widows in their need and keeping oneself from the world's corruption." - James 1,27 How did the Church get the name 'Catholic'? Around the year A.D. 107, a bishop, St. Ignatius of Antioch in the Near East, was arrested, brought to Rome by armed guards and eventually martyred there in the arena. In a farewell letter which this early bishop and martyr wrote to his fellow Christians in Smyrna (today Izmir in modern Turkey), he made the first written mention in history of "the Catholic Church." He wrote, "Where the bishop is present, there is the Catholic Church" (To the Smyrnaeans 8:2). Thus, the second century of Christianity had scarcely begun when the name of the Catholic Church was already in use. A SPECIAL MESSAGE FROM POPE John Paul II TO WOMEN WHO HAVE HAD ABORTION: I would now like to say a special word to women wh ...
Um ano depois da sua morte Madre Teresa intercede por Monica Besra, uma ex-hindu agora convertida ao catolicismo, curada de um cancro. Monica Besra cured by Mother Theresa The Vatican formally recognises miracles. It does this in order to keep checks on whom it should be canonizing and whatnot, because under the Catholic Church if you've been dead for 50 years and are thought to have performed two or more miracles then you are eligible to become a saint. In October 2003 Mother Theresa was brought a step closer to sainthood when she was formally 'beatified' by Pope John Paul. Present at the ceremony in Rome was the recipient of a 'miracle', a woman called Monica Besra (pictured) from India, who credits Mother Theresa with curing her from Ovarian Cancer. Attendants at a hospice founded by the nun said they placed a medallion depicting Mother Theresa onto Besra's stomach while she was sick, which resulted in a complete cure. This was in 1998, one year after Mother Theresa's death. Normally five years must pa ...
To: Queen Elizabeth From: Brian Kruger- Temporary representative of the Catholic Church (Convert) Re: Westminster Abby Your Royal Highness, We're going to need this back. After a few visits over the past several years, it occurs to me that Westminster Abby should be a Catholic church again. As compensation, we'll give you the Pope John Paul Cultural Center in Washington D.C., since nobody is really using that, and we'll also give you St. Leo's in Detroit, Our Lady Queen of Sorrows in Roseville, Michigan, and a church to be named later. I hope this is okay with you. bk.
BOOK The Devil’s Final Battle Introduction A great crime has been committed against the Catholic Church and the world at large. The perpetrators of this crime are men who hold high offices in the Catholic hierarchy; their names will be introduced in the course of this presentation. The victims of this crime include you and your loved ones. The consequences of the crime have already been catastrophic, and if those responsible are not turned from their current course very soon, the ultimate result will be nothing short of apocalyptic in its dimensions. Indeed, even non-Catholics and unbelievers have the sense today that the world is heading toward an apocalypse. The commission of this crime is one of the principal reasons that this is so. The subject matter of the crime that concerns us is commonly known as the Message of Fatima. In 1917 the Mother of God consigned to three saintly children at Fatima, Portugal a message of utmost urgency for the Church and mankind; a message authenticated by an unpreceden ...
My fellow Catholics, what is the name of the Parish you worshiped today? Mine is Saint Jude's Catholic Church
Having an exciting destination is like setting a needle in your compass. From then on, the compass knows only one point--its ideal. And it will faithfully guide you there through the darkest nights and fiercest storms.   UNIVERSE.   Pope Benedict XVI has paid tribute to 17th-Century astronomer Galileo Galilei, whose scientific theories once drew the wrath of the Catholic Church.  The Pope was speaking at events marking the 400th anniversary of Galileo's earliest observations with a telescope.  He said an understanding of the laws of nature could stimulate appreciation of God's work.  In 1992, Pope John Paul said the church's denunciation of Galileo's work had been a tragic error.   WORLD.  Tens of thousands of people turned out in Rome's Saint Peter's Basilica to take part in Pope Benedict XVI's Christmas Eve midnight mass to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. The so-lemn music of the choir celebrated the birth of Jesus Christ. Those who were unable to get inside the church braved the cold night ...
Roberts Rules for the Catholic Church would be the Catechism of the Catholic Church compiled by Pope John Paul II
The Litany of the Saints (Litaniae Sanctorum) A traditional chant in the Catholic Church that praises God and his saints. Disclaimer : I do not own the music...
Cardinals enter the Sistine Chapel on Tuesday to elect the next pope amid more upheaval and uncertainty than the Catholic Church has seen in decades: There's no front-runner, no indication how long voting will last and no sense that a single man has what it takes to fix the...
The beginning of papal conclave to elect a new head of the Catholic Church has some people worrying the end is nigh.
World Youth Day Posted in World Youth Day sms by Kiran World Youth Day (commonly abbreviated to WYD) is a youth-oriented Catholic Church event. While the event itself celebrates the Catholic faith, the invitation to attend extends to all youth, regardless of religious convictions.[1] World Youth Day is not associated with International Youth Day or any of the international observance days. World Youth Day was initiated by Blessed Pope John Paul II in 1985. It is celebrated diocesan level annually, and at a week-long international level every two to three years at different locations. The international level events attract hundreds of thousands of youth from almost every country on the planet. It is a major part of the upsurge in Catholic Youth Work in some countries over recent years; for example, the Director of Catholic Youth Services for England and Wales has said of the event that it would have far-reaching effects, not restricted to those who attended.[2] The Patron Saint of World Youth Days is Bless ...
By: Tanya Lewis, LiveScience Staff Writer Published: 03/11/2013 11:36 PM EDT on LiveScience Science and the Catholic Church share a long and sometimes tumultuous history. As the church leaders gather for the start of conclave Tuesday (Mar. 12), their choice of a new holy leader will affect Catholic…
Celibacy for priests a hot issue For centuries, the Vatican has required celibacy from its priests. It is a vow the Catholic Church says not only underscores the commitment of seminarians to their vocation but also is a model of Christ's own celibacy. But with the election of a new pope, many church watchers are wondering whether church teachings could change to allow all priests to marry. Currently, the Vatican allows married Anglican priests who join the Catholic Church to become ordained as priests. Young Catholic seminarians, meanwhile, must remain celibate, and church leadership seems unlikely to move on the issue. New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan told CNN's Christiane Amanpour that while changes to church law on celibacy might be discussed, it is unlikely to change soon. "It startles me sometimes (when people) say why doesn't the church talk about married priests," he said. "I think we talk about it; I can't get my hair cut without my barber asking me about it. (But) I don't think there would be that ...
Mother Teresa. Blessed Teresa of Calcutta, born Anjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu (Albanian) and commonly known as Mother Teresa (26 August 1910 – 5 September 1997), was an ethnic Albanian, Indian Roman Catholic nun. She said "By blood, I am Albanian. By citizenship, an Indian. By faith, I am a Catholic nun. As to my calling, I belong to the world. As to my heart, I belong entirely to the Heart of Jesus." In late 2003, she was beatified, the third step toward possible sainthood. A second miracle credited to Mother Teresa is required before she can be recognised as a saint by the Catholic Church. Mother Teresa founded the Missionaries of Charity, a Roman Catholic religious congregation, which in 2012 consisted of over 4,500 sisters and is active in 133 countries. Members of the order must adhere to the vows of chastity, poverty and obedience, and the fourth vow, to give "Wholehearted and Free service to the poorest of the poor". The Missionaries of Charity at the time of her death had 610 missions in 123 countries ...
News and comment on church closings and on modern Catholic life throughout the world. The practice of Catholic devotions as a remedy and in reparation will also be encouraged. If anyone has any news on any Catholic Church closures anywhere in the world, pictures and suggested links please feel free…
Ten moments that defined Pope Benedict XVI New Pope Benedict XVI was the oldest man to become Pope for 275 years when he succeeded John Paul II at the age of 78 in April 2005. Before his papacy, Joseph Ratzinger spent 24 years as a senior cardinal in the Vatican, where he rose to preside over the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith - once notoriously known as the Holy Office of the Inquisition. His papacy would bring a restating of traditionalist, conservative views, and resistance to calls for change against a backdrop of growing outrage over child abuse within the Catholic Church. Across the divide In an effort to improve inter-religious relations, in late 2006 Benedict XVI visited the Blue Mosque in Istanbul, where he joined Muslim clerics in silent prayer. The visit was only the second papal visit to an Islamic holy site in history, and drew protests from some Islamic groups. Celibacy restated Benedict XVI's papacy has reflected his belief that the Catholic Church should retain its core traditi ...
Smoke signals: Electing a new pope -- With Pope Benedict XVI leaving the papal office after resigning two weeks ago, the Catholic Church will have to rush to pick his replacement before Easter. Normally, the College of Cardinals is not allowed to select a new pontiff until 15 to 20 days after the office becomes vacant -- usually when the previous pope has died. Benedict's resignation is a rare exception. The last man to quit the head of the Catholic Church did so 600 years ago. The situation calls for some rule bending, and having the current pope involved is proving advantageous. He has slightly amended the 500-year-old policy on pope selection to get a successor into place more rapidly. The cardinals may to be able to pull it off before March 15, according to Vatican spokesman, Father Federico Lombardi. This would give the new pontiff a little over a week to prepare for the next mass, Palm Sunday celebrations, on March 24. While Benedict won't be directly involved in his successor's selection, his influ ...
"What is going to be the legacy of Pope Benedict XVI?" George Weigel: "He'll be remembered as the greatest papal preacher since Pope Saint Gregory the Great in the 6th century, a lucid teacher, a caring pastor, and - perhaps most importantly - the pope who completed the transition in the Catholic Church from the Counter-Reformation of the 16th century to the missionary, Evangelical Catholicism of the Third Millenium - and in doing so, completing the work of the Second Vatican Council." Hmmm... this pope was supposed to be a "transitional" and "place-holding" pope after Pope Blessed John Paul II's long reign of twenty-seven years.
A little more than five hours left in the pontificate of the only pope I have really known. (I was born during the papacy of Bd. John Paul II, but I did not enter the Catholic Church until almost 3 years into that of Pope Benedict XVI. I have only been a Catholic during his papacy and I have only known the Church whom I have come to love very dearly under his papacy. Praying for him at Mass this morning.
ROSARY. The Catholic Rosary is a ritualistic prayer to God the Father and to Mary using a chain of beads to guide the individual through the prayers. Most Rosaries contain five "decades," each with 11 beads, ten small ones and one slightly larger. For each small bead the "Hail Mary" is prayed. For the larger bead a praye is made to God the Father. Thus, the Rosary is largely a prayer to Mary. A complete Rosary is 15 decades (each of 10 `Hail Marys' and one `Our Father'), though it is more usual to pray five decades. The use of the Rosary has been encouraged by such influential Catholics as Pope John Paul II and Mother Teresa. "St. Dominic is credited with preaching the Rosary as an antidote to the Albigensian heresy. He called it `the rampart of the Church of God' and `the Book of Life.' Popes have described it as `the salvation of Christians'; `the dispeller of heresies'; `the scourge of Satan'; and `promoter of God's Glory.' "Msgr. O'Sullivan in Externals of the Catholic Church says, `Repetition in pray ...
CATHOLIC LEAGUE FOR RELIGIOUS AND CIVIL RIGHTS Unsolicited Advice Surges February 15, 2013 Bill Donohue comments on reaction to the pope’s resignation: The decision of Pope Benedict XVI to retire has elicited a surge of unsolicited advice on how the Catholic Church must change. Paradoxically, most of it is coming from those who are not exactly connected to the Church: we are hearing from ex-Catholics, those with one foot out the door, and non-Catholics. Much of their advice has to do with sex, proving once again that it is not the Church that is obsessed with sex—it is the Church’s critics. Can the Church change? On some teachings, of course. As Judge John T. Noonan Jr. has demonstrated, the Church has evolved on slavery, usury, religious freedom, and divorce. Moreover, it has modified its teachings on subjects ranging from celibacy to the role of Jews in the crucifixion. While capital punishment is not an intrinsic evil, Pope John Paul II narrowed its legitimate exercise. So if these changes, and m ...
Two Greatest Popes of our Times. Pope Benedict XVI and Blessed John Paul II of the Catholic Church. Will see in-coming Pope by early next month - March 2013. Let's Pray..
Fellow Christians and Liberty activists - as stories and theories begin to fly around everywhere about the Pope and the Catholic Church, please don't automatically believe whatever you hear. Research this topic with as much intellectual honesty & discipline as you have been other difficult topics. Verify everything & please don't overgeneralize or condemn all of Catholicism/Christianity. Consider how the media attacked, blackballed and distorted the words/actions of Ron Paul. I will be the first to admit & decry the horrendous corruption within my Church (and within other Christian denominations), and that I too struggle with the question as to why it seems that not enough was done by Pope Benedict XVI and JPII to correct these things. But until I have the whole big picture and way more of the facts, I cannot condemn either man. I certainly do not and will not (so help me God) denounce my faith as a Catholic Christian due to this corruption any more than any of the original followers of Jesus did wh ...
The Fourth Crusade, 1202 - 1204, was originally intended to free Jerusalem from Moslem occupation by invading the Ayyubid Dunasty in Egypt. The politics of the period, led by the Doge of Venice, turned this into an invasion of Constantinople by the Franks and Venetians. This is possibly the final act of schism between the Eastern Orthodox Church and Catholic Church. Eight hundred years after the sack of Constantinople, Pope John Paul, in 2001 wrote to Archbishop of Athens expressing his sorrow about the events. Fourth Crusade was one of the Final Causes which led to the collapse of Eastern Ran Empire in 1453.
With gold, and silver... - These gods they honour with millions of pounds worth of jewellery. Costly shrines have been multiplied in every part of the world. In the most strong holds - Even in places where there seemed no desire to follow the pagan practices of Catholicism, has Mary worship begun to take hold. In fact, in the religion of the American Indians, the Tibetan Dalai Lama and even the Hindus are the prophecies and expectancies of a woman who is to come and bring peace to the world. Thus the world was being prepared in the most unexpected places to accept Catholicism as the world spiritual leaders. Whom he shall acknowledge and increase with glory - There is a large scale movement within the Catholic Church to establish the Virgin Mary in an exalted position of Co-mediatrix, co-redemptrix with Christ. Cause them to rule over many - Millions of Rome’s devotees are held in bondage by this worship of saints and the Virgin Mary, by these idols and images. Shall divide the land for gain - The papacy ...
| After the changes made in the Holy Mass in the post-Vatican II, many conservative Catholics still preferred the Tridentine Mass. Even the Archbishop Le Frevbe made a striking defense on why the Mass is changed arbitrarily, when in a meeting with Pope Paul VI to reconcile the archbishop to the Church. As our Holy Father had spoken, the Mass which is 400 years ago and our Mass in the present age is not completely different; The Pope declared that "the Roman Missal promulgated by Paul VI is the ordinary expression of the lex orandi (law of prayer) of the Catholic Church of the Latin rite. Nevertheless, the Roman Missal promulgated by St. Pius V and reissued by Bl. John XXIII is to be considered as an extraordinary expression of that same 'Lex orandi'". He further stated that "the 1962 Missal ... was never juridically abrogated". He replaced with new rules those of Quattuor Abhinc Annos on use of the older form: essentially, authorization for using the 1962 form." Overall, the Mass is our greatest prayer of ...
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According to the History Channel, it seems that Pope John Paul the 1st was murdered by evil Free Mason's who have infiltrated the Catholic Church...which explains the new Mass that reads like a technical journal...
Saint Pio (Pius) of Pietrelcina, O.F.M. Cap., (May 25, 1887 – September 23, 1968) was a Capuchin Catholic priest from Italy who is venerated as a saint in the Catholic Church. He was born Francesco Forgione, and given the name Pius (Italian: Pio) when he joined the Capuchins, thus he was popularly known as Padre Pio. He became famous for his bearing the stigmata. On 16 June 2002, he was canonized by Pope John Paul II. Francesco Forgione was born to Grazio Mario Forgione (1860–1946) and Maria Giuseppa de Nunzio Forgione (1859–1929) on May 25, 1887, in Pietrelcina, a farming town in the southern Italian region of Campania.[1] His parents made a living as peasant farmers.[2] He was baptized in the nearby Santa Anna Chapel, which stands upon the walls of a castle.[3] He later served as an altar boy in this same chapel. Restoration work on this chapel was later undertaken by the Padre Pio Foundation of America based in Cromwell, Connecticut.[4] His siblings were an older brother, Michele, and three young ...
I would like to start an online petition regarding a well known individual and his repeated attempts to cover up child molestation. We need to make sure any statues, plaques or memorials are taken down or destroyed. Anyone else agree?? Pope John Paul II shouldn't be considered for Sainthood and the Catholic Church should be stripped of their tax exempt status for the next ten years. One last thing, no more bingo.
This was when Iglesia ni Cristo told to their members that Catholic Church was indeed the church of anti christ. It was when Pope John Paul wore his head dress (dont know what it called) with an inverted cross design. It is actually the feast of St. Peter where the Vatican commemorate his death by means of inverted crucifix.
Why is the Bible a key to Catholic faith? What is Catholic Church understanding of the Bible and salvation? Pope John Paul dedicated '97 to Jesus 'The Word'.
Lifetime Achievement Award from the Pope and the Catholic Church for nanay for her almost a lifetime service for the parish of Talacogon Agusan del Sur...
Thumbs up if you like this Documentary. What if I told you that the Vatican--seat of the Catholic Church--may be responsible for the murder of one of its own...
St Josemaria Escriva was born in Spain. On October 2, 1928, while making a retreat in Madrid, God showed him his specific mission: he was to found Opus Dei, an institution within the Catholic Church dedicated to helping people in all walks of life to follow Christ, to seek holiness in their daily life and grow in love for God and their fellow men and women. From that moment on, he dedicated all his strength to fulfilling this mission, certain that God had raised up Opus Dei to serve the Church. In 1930, responding to a new illumination from God, he started Opus Dei's apostolic work with women, making clear that they had the same responsibility as men to serve society and the Church. During Vatican Council II (1962-1965), Monsignor Escriva worked closely with many of the council fathers, discussing key Council themes such as the universal call to holiness and the importance of laypersons in the mission of the Church. Deeply grateful for the Council's teachings, he did everything possible to implement the ...
Blessed Pope John Paul II, born Karol Józef Wojtyła, reigned as Pope of the Catholic Church from 1978 until his death in 2005. He was the second-longest serving Pope in history and the first non-Italian since 1523.John Paul II was acclaimed as one of the most influential leaders of the 20th century.
What love beautiful!!! Although the Catholic Church possess all the truth and the full truth, other Christians outside of the Catholic Church have truth too but not all of it. We must always dialogue in love. Our Lord prayed that we may all be one.
Wojtyla's Women: How They Shaped the Life of Pope John Paul II and Changed the Catholic Church: John Paul II, th...
Pope John Paul II performed an exorcism on a "drooling, trembling" woman in the Vatican but was unable to cure her of her demons, according to the Catholic Church's most famous exorcist.
Pope John Paul II made apologies. During his long reign as Pope, he apologized to Galileo, women, and almost everyone who had suffered at the hands of the Catholic Church through the years. Even before he became Pope, he was a prominent editor and supporter of initiatives like the Letter of Reconciliation of the Polish Bishops to the German Bishops from 1965. As Pope, he officially made public apologies for over 100 of these wrongdoings, including: * The legal process on the Italian scientist and philosopher Galileo Galilei, himself a devout Catholic, around 1633 (31 October 1992). * Catholics' involvement with the African slave trade (9 August 1993). * The Church Hierarchy's role in burnings at the stake and the religious wars that followed the Protestant Reformation (May 1995, in the Czech Republic). * The injustices committed against women, the violation of women's rights and for the historical denigration of women (10 July 1995, in a letter to "every woman"). * The inactivity and silence of many Catho ...
Today is Friday 18th May 2012AD Bertrand Russell, mathematician and philosopher born this day 1872. A prominent anti war activist he was probably one of the great minds of the 20th century writing extensively on logic and the plight of mankind. That wonderful singer and TV personality Perry Como born in1912 and Pope John Paul II born Wadowice, Poland in 1920. Brought the Catholic Church into the 21st Century. His life story is an inspiration. Anno Domini. Australiana. A kelpie is an Australian sheepdog originally bred from the Scottish Collie. To lob in is to call in to visit someone usually very informally and a mystery bag is a sausage. Toongabbie is a suburb of western Sydney and was the third settlement on the mainland of Australia after Sydney and Parramatta. It comes from the local aboriginal dialect and means 'the meeting of waters' Governor Phillip established a Government Farm worked by convicts to supply food for the struggling colony. The original site of 640 acres is actually in the area now ...
"I know this to be true since I worked for years in the Vatican and traveled with Pope John Paul II. The Pope takes his marching orders from the Black Pope as the Jesuits also arte the leaders of the New World Order, with the task of infiltrating other religions and governments of the world in order...
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Many people criticize, belittle and even (sadly) dismiss the Roman Catholic Church. Here's a few from the 20th Century: Edith Stein, J.R.R. Tolkien, Pope John Paul II, Dorothy Day, Mother Teresa of Calcutta, Thomas Merton, Maximilian Kolbe. Google them and take a good hard look at the lives they chose to live. They give witness to the search for TRUTH and finding that TRUTH in Jesus Christ and the Church he founded. YES, the Catholic Church has had quite a few rotten apples, but She has also had some great men and women who have contributed greatly to the whole of society!
MEXICO CITY — Pope Benedict XVI arrives in Mexico this week to a very public reminder of one of the Catholic Church's most egregious sex abuse scandals: A new book says internal Vatican documents show the Holy See knew decades ago of allegations that the Mexican founder of the disgraced Legion...
It was 7 years ago today -- On April 19, 2005, His Eminence Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger is elected the 265th Pope of the Catholic Church following the death of Pope John Paul II. The new Pope takes on the regnal name Benedict XVI.
Seven yrs ago, then Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger succeeded Pope John Paul II as the 265th head of the Catholic Church.
Go Bishop Jenky! In a homily delivered Saturday, Bishop Daniel R. Jenky of the Diocese of Peoria, Illinois challenged President Obama's HHS mandate, suggesting that the president was following the same path as Hitler and Stalin. "Hitler and Stalin, at their better moments, would just barely tolerate some churches remaining open, but would not tolerate any competition with the state in education, social services, and health care," Jenky said. "In clear violation of our First Amendment rights, Barack Obama – with his radical, pro abortion and extreme secularist agenda, now seems intent on following a similar path." Jenky added. Jenky reminded the men of the Catholic Church's history of surviving threats from Jihadi, Nazism and Communism and called them to stand up for their faith. Denouncing the "entrenched corruption and sheer incompetence" of the Illinois state government, Jenky also criticized Catholic politicians who "pretend to be Catholic." "May God have mercy on the souls of those politicians who p ...
Pope John Paul I's last audience talk on love -- a real spiritual testament. The Pope speaks in English.
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