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« Reply #60 on: November 02, 2016, 04:37:44 PM »

https://w2.vatican.va/content/john-paul-ii/en/apost_letters/1994/documents/hf_jp-ii_apl_19940522_ordinatio-sacerdotalis.html

APOSTOLIC LETTER
ORDINATIO SACERDOTALIS
OF JOHN PAUL II
TO THE BISHOPS
OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH
ON RESERVING PRIESTLY ORDINATION
TO MEN ALONE

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« Reply #61 on: December 16, 2016, 09:15:35 PM »

http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/saint-john-paul-ii-documentary-takes-two-emmys-61236/

Saint John Paul II documentary takes two Emmys

Chicago, Ill., Dec 15, 2016 / 07:08 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- Two Emmy Awards have gone to a documentary that shows St. John Paul II’s central role in the end of communism.

Liberating a Continent: John Paul II and the Fall of Communism resulted an Emmy for outstanding achievement for documentary programs in the historical category. The award went to the documentary executive producer and Knights of Columbus CEO Carl Anderson, along with producers Justyna Czyszek, Szymon Czyszek, David Naglieri, and Michele Nuzzo-Naglieri.   
 
The Emmy Awards, announced Dec. 3, came from the Chicago/Midwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, one of the academy’s largest chapters.

The 90-minute film, narrated by actor Jim Caviezel, uses rare archival footage and interviews with several heads of state. Other interviewees include papal biographer George Weigel; Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz, emeritus Archbishop of Krakow, who served as St. John Paul II’s longtime assistant; and Richard Allen, former national security adviser to Ronald Reagan.

The documentary has been airing on public television across the U.S. in partnership with WTTW Chicago and the National Educational Telecommunications Association.
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« Reply #62 on: February 11, 2017, 11:29:43 AM »

February 11, 2017 Tweets
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Begun by JPII in his early years of illness, today's Lourdes feast marks church's 25th World Day of the Sick: http://bit.ly/2kgpBTx


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« Reply #63 on: March 30, 2017, 10:16:20 PM »

http://www.thetablet.co.uk/news/6928/0/our-lady-of-fatima-centenary-the-special-relationship-between-st-john-paul-ii-and-our-lady

Our Lady of Fatima centenary: The special relationship between St John Paul II and Our Lady
30 March 2017 | by Catholic News Service   

The recently canonised pope always maintained that Our Lady of Fatima saved his life during an assassination attempt

Ahead of Pope Francis' visit to Fatima, in Portugal, in May to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Marian apparitions when three shepherd children reported seeing the Virgin Mary, Junno Arocho Esteves examines the special relationship between Our Lady of Fatima and St John Paul II


Recent popes have had a special affection for Our Lady of Fatima, but no pope's connection can match that of St. John Paul II. "We cannot forget that he was saved by Our Lady of Fatima from the assassination attempt here in St. Peter's. This is fundamental and central. It is never forgotten," Portuguese Cardinal Jose Saraiva Martins, former prefect of the Congregation for Saints' Causes, told Catholic News Service yesterday.

Mehmet Ali Agca, a Turk, shot Pope John Paul at close range as the pope was greeting a crowd in St Peter's Square on the feast of Our Lady of Fatima - 13 May 1981. Two bullets pierced the pope's abdomen, but no major organs were struck; a bullet had missed his heart and aorta by a few inches.

St John Paul would later say: "It was a mother's hand that guided the bullet's path."
 
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« Reply #64 on: April 02, 2017, 08:01:44 PM »

http://www.thenews.pl/1/10/Artykul/300821,12th-anniversary-of-death-of-Polish-Pope-marked-at-the-Vatican

12th anniversary of death of Polish Pope marked at the Vatican
02.04.2017 14:58

Pope John Paul II. Photo: Todd Ehlers/Flickr.com

Polish religious devotees and Polish Church delegates to Rome and the Vatican took place in the religious service, which was held at the late Pope's grave.

Among the congregation was also Polish Archbishop Konrad Krajewski, who served John Paul II as papal master of ceremonies and Papal Almoner. He also served Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis.

Today marks the 12th death anniversary of John Paul II, proclaimed a saint by the Catholic Church.
 
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« Reply #65 on: April 02, 2017, 08:11:29 PM »

 

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Thomas Rosica‏ @FatherRosica · 20h  20 hours ago 

Today, on the anniversary of his death, a time to say once again: "Thank you John Paul II" @saltandlighttv
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« Reply #66 on: May 08, 2017, 08:14:24 PM »

Video at the link

https://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/new-book-reveals-soviets-behind-attempted-assassination-of-st.-john-paul-ii

New Book Reveals Soviets Behind Attempted Assassination of Pope St. John Paul II
May 2, 2017 

DETROIT (ChurchMilitant.com) - A new investigation is alleging the attempt to assassinate Pope St. John Paul II on May 13, 1981 was organized by the Soviets.

Paul Kengor — a Catholic professor of political science at Grove City College and a Ronald Reagan biographer — is revealing in his newly-released book, A Pope and a President: John Paul II, Ronald Reagan and the Extraordinary Untold Story of the 20th Century, that Soviet secret agencies planned the assassination attempt.

In an email to The Daily Signal, Kengor notes the Main Intelligence Directorate — Soviet Russia's foreign intelligence organization — conducted the operation with the assistance of the KGB and operatives in Bulgarian secret police. The KGB was headed at the time by Yuri Andropov — known as the Butcher of Budapest and leader of the Soviet Union from 1982 to 1983
 
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« Reply #67 on: July 06, 2017, 09:08:39 PM »

http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2017/07/06/remembering_joaqu%c3%adn_navarro-valls_/1323466

Remembering Joaquín Navarro-Valls
06/07/2017 10:07

Joaquin Navarro-Valls with Pope St. John Paul II in 1994

(Vatican Radio) The former Director of the Press Office of the Holy See, Joaquín Navarro-Valls, passed away on Wednesday, after a battle with pancreatic cancer. He was 80 years old.

Navarro trained as a medical doctor with a specialization in psychiatry, as well as in journalism, moving to Rome in the early 1970’s, becoming a foreign correspondent and eventually being elected president of the foreign press association in the city.

In 1984, he accepted an offer from Pope St. John Paul II to become the new head of the Press Office of the Holy See, a position he held until 2006. 

A statement on the website of Opus Dei, of which Navarro was a member, informs that a vigil is scheduled for Thursday, July 6, starting at 4pm in the sacristy of the basilica of the church of St. Eugene (Viale delle Belle Arti 10, Rome), and that Msgr. Mariano Fazio, Vicar General of the Prelature of Opus Dei, will celebrate a funeral Mass for him on Friday, July 7 at 11am Rome Time.
 
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« Reply #68 on: November 01, 2017, 10:28:29 PM »

http://www.thetablet.co.uk/news/7994/0/french-court-orders-cross-removed-from-john-paul-ii-statue

French court orders cross removed from John Paul II statue
30 October 2017 | by Tom Heneghan   

PICTURE: The statue of John Paul II at Ploërmel ©Twitter

Polish Prime Minister, Beata Szydlo, denounced the ruling as “political correctness..terrorising Europeans in their everyday life”.

France’s top administrative court has ordered a town in Brittany to remove a cross from an arch over a statue of Pope John Paul II that it erected 11 years ago, saying it violates the country’s legal separation of Church and State.

The Council of State, ruling on an appeal of conflicting lower court decisions, gave the town of Ploërmel six months to remove the cross. It did not mention the statue itself, presumably because the late pontiff was a public figure.

A similar statue without a cross stands next to Notre Dame cathedral in Paris and has not been challenged.

France’s 1905 law on laïcité bans any “religious sign or emblem” on a public monument or space. A local court ordered the removal of the cross in 2015 after a local secularist group sued, but a regional appeals court overturned the decision later that year.

Ploërmel’s mayor Patrick Le Diffon said the statue had wide popular support and was “an undeniable advantage for tourism”. He was reported to be considering an appeal to the European Court of Human Rights or reclassifying the square around the statue as a private space.
 
The dispute has echoed as far as the late pope’s Polish homeland, where Prime Minister Beata Szydlo denounced the ruling as “political correctness..terrorising Europeans in their everyday life”.

“We propose to move it to Poland, if the French and local authorities agree,” she told the Polish Press news agency
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https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/remove-cross-on-top-of-john-paul-ii-memorial-french-court
Tue Oct 31, 2017 - 3:36 pm EST
Remove cross on top of John Paul II memorial: French court
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« Reply #69 on: December 18, 2017, 08:13:16 PM »

http://www.ncregister.com/daily-news/lessons-i-learned-from-st.-john-paul-ii

Vatican  |  Dec. 15, 2017
George Weigel Discusses His Lessons Learned From St. John Paul II
George Weigel, the late saint’s biographer, discusses his new book, Lessons in Hope, with the Register.

Edward Pentin

Pope St. John Paul II’s biographer, George Weigel, is well known for having written two seminal works on the late pontiff, but in a new book, he offers the reader something more: a behind-the-scenes, more-intimate portrait of the canonized Polish pope.

In Lessons in Hope, Weigel recounts his conversations with John Paul over a decade and a half, how he came to write the authoritative biography, and reflects on what he learned from the Polish saint.

On a visit to Rome, Weigel sat down with the Register’s Rome correspondent, Edward Pentin, Dec. 12, the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, to discuss how the hand of Providence was clear in bringing him and John Paul together in the mid-1990s.

He also discusses how the Pope gave “lessons in hope” — to make a difference, rather than surrendering to the mentality that things are the “way they are and you can’t do anything about it.”

The American biographer also shares an anecdote of being introduced to John Paul’s “spy in Russia” and what John Paul II would probably say of the situation in the Church today.
 
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« Reply #70 on: January 09, 2018, 06:04:57 PM »

http://www.wwltv.com/news/local/pope-john-paul-ii-statue-a-300th-birthday-gift-to-no/504958946

Pope John Paul II statue a 300th birthday gift to N.O.
7:16 PM. CST January 04, 2018

(Photo: Massa, Dominic)
A statue of St. Pope John Paul II was erected outside of the St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans Thursday


It took a little over two hours Thursday to move two and a half tons of marble in position in front of St. Louis Cathedral. The ever-present brass bands in Jackson Square played under cold, sunny skies and the crowd that gathered to see what was inside the large wooden crates cheered when the special birthday gift finally made it to its final destination.

It is a newly-commissioned marble statue of St. Pope John Paul II, which will be officially unveiled Sunday outside of the cathedral. The statue was designed to both commemorate the pope's 1987 visit to the city and honor New Orleans' 300th birthday.
 
The six-foot tall, life-sized likeness of Pope John Paul II, which features two children at his feet, was blessed by Pope Francis at the Vatican last November.

Archbishop Gregory Aymond will officially unveil it and bless it after the 11 a.m. Mass at St. Louis Cathedral on Sunday.
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« Reply #71 on: March 03, 2018, 09:25:11 PM »

https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/french-courts-decision-forces-a-change-of-place-for-john-paul-ii-statue-30133

French court's decision forces a change of place for John Paul II statue

Paris, France, Mar 2, 2018 / 04:01 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- A statue of St. John Paul II will be removed from public land in a small French city, after a 2017 court order ruled its cross must be removed.

The statue, nearly 25 feet tall, portrays Pope Saint John Paul II praying beneath an arch adorned with a cross. Its Russian sculptor had given the statue to the town, and it was installed at a public car park in 2006.

Patrick Le Diffon, the mayor of Ploërmel, has sold the statue to the Catholic Church for about $24,000. The statue will be moved a few dozen yards down the street to a church-owned property neighboring a Catholic school, Agence France Presse reports. It will be visible there for residents and visitors to the small city in northwest France’s Brittany region.
 
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« Reply #72 on: April 02, 2018, 09:20:24 PM »

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Pope St. John Paul died on April 2, 2005
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http://www.vaticannews.va/en/pope/news/2018-04/john-paul-ii-death-anniversary.html#play

Thirteenth death anniversary of Pope John Paul II
02 April 2018, 15:43

We bring you glimpses of the emotions in and around St. Peter’s Square as faithful and pilgrims from across the world reacted to the passing away of Pope John Paul II on April 2, 2015

Today is the 13th anniversary of the death of Pope Saint John Paul II.

Elected in 1978, John Paul II’s 27-year papacy was the second longest in history.

John Paul II is credited with helping bring an end to communist rule. He played a significant role in improving the Catholic Church’s relations with Judaism, Islam, the Eastern Orthodox Churches and the Anglican Communion.

Pope St John Paul was a staunch defender of the Catholic Church’s position on a number of matters, but most especially on the value of life and the family.
 
John Paul II was canonized in 2014, just 9 years after his death. His feast is celebrated on October 22 which is the day on which he was elected Pope.
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« Reply #73 on: July 26, 2018, 08:17:43 PM »

The English translation of the letter is at the link.

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/never-before-published-letter-of-cardinal-wojtya-to-paul-vi-on-humanae-vita

Wed Jul 25, 2018 - 2:45 pm EST
Never before published letter of Cardinal Wojtyła to Paul VI on Humanae Vitae
Diane Montagna

ROME, July 25, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) — A letter that Cardinal Karol Wojtyła sent to Pope Paul VI in 1969, published here in full for the first time in English, underscores that Humanae vitae’s ban on contraception is an “infallible” and “irrevocable” teaching that the Church herself “has no power to change.”

According to Monsignor Livio Melina, tenured professor and former president of the Pontifical John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family in Rome, Wojtyła’s letter to Paul VI is also decisive as it demonstrates that Humanae vitae “is not a matter of advice entrusted to the interpretation of conscience, but a binding doctrinal teaching.”

The letter was published for the first time in Italian earlier this year, as part of a new book by Fr. Paweł Stanisław Gałuszka, titled Karol Wojtyła and Humanae Vitae. The book examines the contribution that Karol Wojtyła and the Polish bishops made to the editing and reception of Humanae Vitae when Wojtyła was Archbishop of Krakow.

The book contains several never-before-published documents, including the letter Wojtyła sent to Paul VI in 1969, after numerous episcopates voiced their opposition to Humanae Vitae. In March, the book was launched at the Lateran University in Rome, with key Vatican figures in attendance.

Msgr. Melina, a highly regarded moral theologian and successor to the late Cardinal Carlo Caffarra as president of the John Paul II Institute, wrote the preface to Gałuszka’s book.

In comments to LifeSiteNews, Melina explained that Wojtyła’s letter to Paul VI is decisive on three points:

First, that moral law and therefore also the norm of Humanae vitae [the ban on contraception] is the expression of a truth about good and not the arbitrary imposition of a legislator, so that the Church herself has no power to change it (against nominalistic legalism); second, that Humanae Vitae is an infallible and irrevocable teaching, by universal ordinary Magisterium, even if not by a solemn defining act (ex cathedra)”; and third, that Humanae Vitae is not a matter of advice, entrusted to the interpretation of conscience, but a binding doctrinal teaching.

Today’s publication of Cardinal Wojtyła’s 1969 letter to Paul VI comes as new facts emerge about the origins of Humanae Vitae. The recent findings, contained in a new book, The birth of an Encyclical: Humanae Vitae in the light of the Vatican Archives, are based on a “secret” Vatican commission’s investigation into archived documents relating to the preparatory work of the encyclical.

Its author,  Monsignor Gilfredo Marengo, is a member of the commission appointed by Pope Francis
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« Reply #74 on: August 10, 2018, 10:02:48 PM »

https://www.vaticannews.va/en/church/news/2018-08/veritatis-splendor-25-anniversary-tsakanikas.html

Reflections on 25 years of "The Splendor of Truth"
10 August 2018, 16:59

The Church celebrates the 25th anniversary of the encyclical “Veritatis splendor,” and reflects on the teaching of Saint John Paul II.
By Christopher Wells

On August 6th, the Feast of the Transfiguration, the Church marked the 25th anniversary of Pope St John Paul II’s landmark encyclical, Veritatis splendor. St John Paul himself explained the reason for the encyclical: Although the Church has “at all times developed and proposed a moral teaching regarding the many different spheres of human life,” in our times, “it seems necessary to reflect on the whole of the Church’s moral teaching” which “risk being distorted or denied.”

To understand the main themes of Veritatis splendor, we spoke with Moral Theologian Dr Matthew Tsakanikas, the head of the Theology Department at Christendom College in the United States. Pope John Paul touches on many themes in the encyclical, he said, but went on to point out three of particular importance.
 
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http://www.ncregister.com/daily-news/why-john-paul-ii-created-the-world-meeting-of-families

Aug. 15, 2018
Why John Paul II Created the World Meeting of Families
COMMENTARY: The origins of the gathering are worth recalling.
Matthew E. Bunson

The year 1994 was a memorable one for the family — for negative reasons that ultimately catalyzed a great catechesis.

It began with the formal celebration by the United Nations General Assembly of the “International Year of the Family” under the theme, “Family: Resources and Responsibilities in a Changing World” with the motto: “Building the Smallest Democracy at the Heart of Society.”

The celebrations included various events to “express the diversity of individual preferences and societal conditions” in families and also set the table for the infamous International Conference on Population and Development in Cairo that brought together U.N. officials, first lady Hillary Clinton, radical environmentalists, feminists and abortion and population-control advocates to impose their vision of the culture of death on the world under the guise of reproductive rights, gender equity and sustainable population. The Vatican led the heroic and winning fight at the Cairo conference. But Pope St. John Paul II was not done. He welcomed the U.N. year, but he also shrewdly understood the opportunity that the occasion presented to offer the world a clearer vision of the authentic family as the foundation for civilization. Not by accident, then, 1994 also marked the birth of the World Meeting of Families that will be held for the ninth time this year in Dublin Aug. 21-26 with the theme “The Gospel of the Family: Joy for the World” (see story).

Given the controversy surrounding certain issues and themes taking place at the upcoming World Meeting of Families, the origins of the World Meeting are especially worth recalling.

The Vision of John Paul II
 
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http://www.ncregister.com/daily-news/john-paul-iis-warning-on-final-confrontation-with-the-anti-church

Oct. 5, 2018
John Paul II’s Warning on ‘Final Confrontation’ With the ‘Anti-Church’

COMMENTARY: It seems more likely now that we are indeed facing, as Cardinal Karol Wojtyla said in 1976, the greatest historical confrontation humanity has gone through.
Paul Kengor

A remarkable gathering took place in the nation’s capital Sept. 26. In two locations, the John Paul II Shrine on the campus of The Catholic University of America and the Ronald Reagan Building on Pennsylvania Avenue, more than 500 people convened for a conference honoring Pope St. John Paul II and President Ronald Reagan and how these two men changed the world for the better.
 
Near the end of his visit, in September, Cardinal Wojtyla shared some striking words. The exact provenance of those words remains elusive to scholars, though they were reported in The Wall Street Journal as having been delivered by the future pontiff in his final speech in the United States before his departure. In one particularly dramatic passage, reprinted by the Journal Nov. 9, 1978 (shortly after he became pope), Karol Wojtyla stated:

“We are now standing in the face of the greatest historical confrontation humanity has gone through. I do not think that wide circles of the American society or wide circles of the Christian community realize this fully. We are now facing the final confrontation between the Church and the anti-Church, of the Gospel versus the anti-Gospel. This confrontation lies within the plans of divine Providence; it is trial which the whole Church, and the Polish Church in particular, must take up. It is a trial of not only our nation and the Church, but, in a sense, a test of 2,000 years of culture and Christian civilization with all of its consequences for human dignity, individual rights, human rights and the rights of nations.”
 
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https://www.vaticannews.va/en/pope/news/2018-10/pope-francis-john-paul-ii-left-an-indelible-mark-on-the-church.html

Pope Francis: John Paul II left an indelible mark on the Church
16 October 2018, 08:43

The election of Pope St John Paul II
The Pontiff writes a letter to the Bishop of Alba, on the occasion of a Conference held on 13 October for the 40th anniversary of Karol Wojtyla's election to the Chair of Peter.
By Barbara Castelli

“I wish to express my appreciation for the cultural and pastoral initiatives promoted by the diocese of Alba in order to remember the teachings and the exemplary nature of life” of Saint John Paul II, who “left an indelible mark on the Church and on society”. Those are the words of Pope Francis in a letter addressed to the Bishop of Alba, Marco Brunetti, on the occasion of a conference on the 40th anniversary of Karol Wojtyla's election to the Chair of Peter.
 
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https://zenit.org/articles/feature-cardinal-schonborn-tells-zenit-why-the-young-people-loved-john-paul-ii-so-much/

FEATURE: Cardinal Schönborn Tells Zenit Why the Young People Loved John Paul II So Much
October 16, 2018 11:31•Deborah Castellano Lubov

Cardinal Christoph Schönborn has shared the “unanimous” response as to why young people loved St Pope John Paul II so much.

In an interview with Zenit in the Vatican, the Archbishop of Vienna reflected upon the Polish Pontiff for the 40th Anniversary of his election, and on a question of how the saint was able to be loved by millions of young people worldwide, but still always retaining and promoting Church teaching so clearly and effectively.

Today, October 16, 2018, marks this 40th Anniversary of Karol Wojtyla as Pope.

Asked how, given this, the Church today can embrace the model of JPII shown during his pontificate, the Austrian Cardinal responded: “I remember when he had died and his body was exposed in the Basilica in the Vatican in St. Peters, 4 million people passed in prayer one after another, and to see his body and pray.”

“Four million. They had to wait up to 15 hours, on lines that seemed never to end, he said. “The whole Via della Conciliazione was full of those waiting, for this little moment, to see him for the last time.”

“With the red cap,” Cardinal Schönborn said smiling touching his head, “I had the privilege to pass privately, and not wait 15 hours.”

“But,” the Archbishop of Vienna said, “I took the occasion to ask young people why do you stay here for hours, some all night, to just have a glimpse, a short moment then to see for the last time John Paul.”

“The answer,” Cardinal Schönborn stated, “was absolutely unanimous, some with tears: we have lost a father.”
 
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