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Remembering Pope John Paul II
1920-2005


The world is mourning the loss of Pope John Paul II, leader of the Roman Catholic Church for 26 years.

Karol Józef Wojtyla, born May 18, 1920 in Wadowice, Poland, was elected pope on October 16, 1978. His papacy ended today with his passing.

Add your thoughts, appreciations, and prayers in memory of John Paul II and read more about his impact on the Church.

 
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maggymaybrodie
11/24/2005 19:30

pope john paul was a living saint god bless this wonderful man of god and the people would like to think jesus paved his way , you will be sadley misses maggy may

 
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