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The Pope people forget to remember

Today is the 35th anniversary of the sudden death of Pope John Paul I.

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“Judas made a huge blunder when he sold Christ for 30 denarii, but he made an even bigger one when…”

I often refer to Pope John Paul I as the Pope people forget to remember. Today the intrepid Andrea Tornielli has a post about John Paul I, Papa Luciani.  He talks about an initiative to recall the Pope’s life and … Continue reading

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The cause of the Pope people forget to remember

At Vatican Insider I read, in Italian, that the postulator of the cause for canonization of Papa Luciani, John Paul I, say that the cause is taking a step forward. Apparently, Bp. Enrico dal Covolo, SDB, who is the Rettore Magnifico of … Continue reading

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The Pope everyone forgets to remember

Today in 1978 Pope John Paul I died. Please say a prayer for Papa Luciani today. 33 days.  Not the shortest reign as Bishop of Rome, but pretty short.

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