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Pope John Paul II

Pope John Paul II
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Pope John Paul II

Pope John Paul II
Early life
Family home
October 1978 Conclave
Relations with Eastern Orthodox Church
Pope John Paul II and Judaism
Assassination attempt
Pastoral trips
List of visits
1982 visit to Britain
1983 visit to Nicaragua
Social and political stances
Papal mediation in the Beagle conflict
Criticism of John Paul II
Death and legacy
List of dignitaries
2005 Conclave
Places named after him
Pope John Paul II Cultural Center
Ioannes Paulus II Peninsula
John Paul II Collection Museum
List of Encyclicals
The Redeemer of Man
Rich in Mercy
On Human Work
The Apostles of the Slavs
The Lord and Giver of Life
Mother of the Redeemer
On Social Concerns
Mission of the Redeemer
The Hundredth Year
The Splendor of Truth
The Gospel of Life
That They May Be One
Faith and Reason
Church of the Eucharist
Bibliography of Pope John Paul II
Memory and Identity
Roman Triptych
Crossing the Threshold of Hope
Love and Responsibility
The Theology of the Body
Books and films about John Paul II
Have No Fear: The Life of Pope John Paul II
Pope John Paul II (1984 TV film)
Karol: A Man Who Became Pope
Karol: The Pope, The Man
Pope John Paul II (2005 TV miniseries)
The Papal Chase
Cultural references
Cultural references to Pope John Paul II
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