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Where was Pope John Paul II born?

  Pope John Paul II was born in Wadowice, Poland. Pope John Paul II was born on the 18th May 1920 in Wadowice, Poland. His birth name was Karol Józef Wojtyła, and he w (MORE)

What country did Pope John Paul II come from?

Pope John Paul II (Karol Jozef Wojtyla) was born 18May1920 in  Wadowice, Poland.He was the head of the Roman Catholic Church  from 1978 'til his death in 2005.   As a po (MORE)

Did Pope John Paul II perform any miracles?

Somewhat oddly- when considered for sainthood- the Church only  honors Posthumous miracles- after the death of the candidate. a  minimum of three are required to secure the (MORE)
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Who was pope before Pope John Paul II?

Pope John Paul I (was only Pope for 33 days in 1978, and had initially declined nomination) He was first Pope to use the dual name, and it was in his honor that John Paul II (MORE)

Why is Pope John Paul II famous?

Pope John Paul II was the first ever Polish pope and the first pope  that wasn't Italian in over 500 years. Pope John Paul II was also  the longest Pope ever.
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The Roman Catholic Pope John Paul II resides in?

Vatican City   Catholic AnswerIt's just Catholic, not Roman Catholic. Roman is an epithet first commonly used in England after the protestant revolt to describe the Catho (MORE)

What was the mission of Pope John Paul II?

Pope John Paul II, on top of the normal missions assigned to those who are elected to the papal office, saw himself as possessing of a very particular mission, and that was to (MORE)

Why was Pope John Paul II shot?

The USSR was not happy with John Paul supporting the Solidarity  Movement in Poland as they feared it would cause them to lose  control of that country. Working through the (MORE)

Who killed Pope John Paul II?

Nobody killed John Paul II; he died of septic shock following a  urinary infection. This brought on a collapse of the circulatory  system.
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What changes did Pope John Paul II make to the Catholic Church?

A:   In some ways, Pope John Paul II opened the Catholic Church to the  outside world. He was the first pope to leave Italy since 1809, and  the first to visit the Ameri (MORE)