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Paul VI

original name Giovanni Battista Montini. 1897--1978, Italian ecclesiastic; pope (1963--1978)
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They are John XXIII, who was the pope during 1958 reconstruction of the cathedral; Paul VI, who celebrated Mass at the cathedral in 1970; and John Paul II, who celebrated Mass at the cathedral in 1981 and elevated it to a minor basilica.
Last year, Pope Francis canonized Paul VI, martyred El Salvador archbishop Oscar Romero and five others.
Pope John XXIII, who was the pope during the rebuilding and dedication of the cathedral in 1958; then Blessed Pope Paul VI, who celebrated Mass at the cathedral in 1970 while St.
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He took the style Paul VI and immediately announced the continuation of Vatican II.
Pope Paul VI will be canonized as a saint by Pope Francis on Sunday, Oct.
Paul VI began his life in 1897 as Giovanni Battista Montini, the son of an Italian parliamentarian from northern Italy.
However, the roots of the current crisis lie in the mid-'60s--when Paul VI issued not only Humanae Vitae but also, as Dr.
The move comes after the Pope approved a miracle credited to the intercession of Paul VI, who died in 1978 after a 15-year pontificate.
Mahieu takes the reader on a detailed journey of those historic events that Paul VI initiated, specifically with the Orthodox Church--in fact, he explicitly confines himself to the greater Byzantine Orthodox Churches, the Greek and the Russian, excluding, for simple reasons of space, the ancient oriental orthodox churches.
Especially under Pius XII (1939-1958) and his successors, Coppa traces dramatic improvement of popular democracy from the Vatican's perspective--a development largely fueled by cold war exigencies and the desire to stem the tide of "godless communism." He also dwells on the strategy of dialing back anti-communist rhetoric under John XXIII, Paul VI, and John Paul II, each of whom lamented the extreme inequality and the North-South hemispheric divide produced by democratic capitalism's triumph.
As private secretary to three Popes - Paul VI, John Paul I and John Paul II, Magee is the only man to hold such a position in Vatican history.