|Performer:||Pope Paul VI|
|Title:||The Pilgrim Pope For Development And Peace|
|Style:||Religious, Spoken Word, Speech, Field Recording|
|Other format:||DMF WAV MIDI VQF ADX AHX ASF|
|A1||Arrival At The MIA|
|A2||Greetings To The Filipino People|
|A3||Visit To Malacanang|
|A4||Address To The President And The Civil Officials|
|A5||Liturgical Reception At The Quezon Circle|
|A6||Talk To The People At Quezon Circle|
|B1||Talk To The Students, To The Workers, To The Poor, To The Rich|
|B2||Address To The Asian Peoples At Radio Veritas|
|B3||Farewell Address At The MIA|
Pope Paul VI (Latin: Paulus VI; Italian: Paolo VI; born Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini (Italian pronunciation: ); 26 September 1897 – 6 August 1978) was head of the Catholic Church and sovereign of the Vatican City State from 21 June 1963 to his death in 1978.
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Kids Encyclopedia Facts - Homework Help. Pope Paul VI (Latin: Paulus PP. VI; Italian: Paolo VI), born Giovanni Battista Enrico Antonio Maria Montini, was an Italian priest of the Roman Catholic Church and the 263rd Pope from from 1963 until his death in 1978. Paul was a spiritual leader and the head of the church bureaucracy. Montini was born in Concesio. That is near Brescia in northern Italy.
Pope Paul VI was the pope from 21 June 1963 to 6 August 1978. Check out this biography to know about his childhood, life and achievements. He was the pope from June 21, 1963, to his death, on August 6, 1978. He was raised in an affluent family and began his education at a Jesuit school. In 1916, at the age of 18 or 19, he joined the seminary to become a Catholic priest.
Pope Paul VI (1963-78) was one of the most important and influential pontiffs of the twentieth century. In this engaging biography has been added to your Cart.
Actually, it’s Pope Paul VI and Jean Guitton in 1966, recounted in Guitton’s Dialogues avec Paul VI (The Pope Speaks). The duty theme would surface more than forty years later when Benedict confided to Peter Seewald in Light of the World: If a Pope clearly realizes that he is no longer physically, psychologically, and spiritually capable of handling the duties of his office, then he has a right and, under some circumstances, also an obligation to resign.
Born Giovanni Battista Montini, Paul VI is affectionately known as the pilgrim pope. The Church that we know today is deeply shaped by the Second Vatican Council and is in many ways a reflection of Paul VI’s pontificate. Смотреть видео Pope Paul VI - The Pilgrim Pope на VTope бесплатно. 12, 816. 63 2 Salt and Light 5 год. Скачать, Конвертировать. Поделиться этим видео. Born Giovanni Battista Montini, Paul VI is affectionately known as the pilgrim pope.
Paul VI Paul VI (1897-1978) became pope of the Roman Catholic Church in 1963. He reigned during a period of great change and ferment in the Church following the Second Vatican Council During the next three years Pope Paul's vital interest in and cooperation with the work of the council were marked in virtually all that he said and did. He relaxed secrecy requirements and set up a press committee to make the council's work continuously known to news media. An additional number of non-Catholic observers were invited, and some laymen admitted as auditors; in 1964, just before the third session, some women were invited to attend.
Pope Paul VI became the first pope to visit six continents, and was the most travelled pope in history to that time, earning the nickname "the Pilgrim Pope". With his travels he opened new avenues for the papacy, which were continued by his successors John Paul II and Benedict XVI. He travelled to the Holy Land in 1964, to the Eucharistic Congresses in Bombay, India and Bogotá, Colombia. In 1966, however, he was twice denied permission to visit Poland for the 1,000th anniversary of the baptism of Poland. During the Pope’s first visit to the United States in October 1965, as the . The message still rests on the lunar surface today.