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Pope John Paul – The Pope People Forget To Remember

Today is/was the anniversary of the election of Pope John Paul I, Papa Luciani. He is the Pope people forget to remember. Pray for him, who was Vicar of Christ for so few days. May God reward him.  

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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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