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by Pope John Paul,Alexandria Hatcher
In a world of violence and threatened families, some see Pope John Paul II as a voice in a modern wilderness
In a world of violence and threatened families, some see Pope John Paul II as a voice in a modern wilderness. He stands firm against the profound change in the way in which life and relationships between people are considered". The book is 124 pages, including the 2 page introduction by Alexandria Hatcher (member of the faculty of the 'Center for Spiritual Development' in the Archdiocese of New York, and a coordinator of the Come Home Community. So, you basically have 122 pages of quotes in this small hardback volume easily held in one hand.
Fear Not. Thoughts on Living in Today's World. by Pope John Paul, Alexandria Hatcher. Published December 15, 1998 by Andrews McMeel Publishing. In a world of violence and threatened families, some see Pope John Paul II as a voice in a modern wilderness.
Personal Name: John Paul II,, Pope, 1920-2005. Includes bibliographical references. Personal Name: Hatcher, Alexandria. Publication, Distribution, et. Kansas City, Mo. There's no description for this book yet. by Pope John Paul II, Pope John Paul, Alexandria Hatcher.
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The biopic Have No Fear: The Life of Pope John Paul II (ABC, December 1, 2005) explains in biographical form the life story of the late head of the Roman Catholic church, Pope John Paul II. The plot of the film begins with the pope's visit to Jerusalem, a stop on his 91st trip abroad, which occurred between 20 March and 26 March 2000.
Phew, this book is not long, but it took me a year to read. Throughout, John Paul II refers regularly to various philosophers - Aristotle, Nietzsche, many others I've never heard of. Not only am I ignorant of the theories, but the "philosophical proofs" method of writing has always somewhat bored me. For someone interested in simpler, prayer-filled writing, this may not be the best choice. 3 people found this helpful.
Pope John Paul II's political views were considered conservative on issues relating to reproduction and the ordination of women during his 26-year reign as pope of the Roman Catholic Church and sovereign of Vatican City.
On October 16, 1978, Karol Wojtyla became the 264th pope of the Roman Catholic Church, and now called himself John Paul II. The "Polish Pope" himself made history with the third longest papacy ever. He made his triumphant papal return to Poland in June, 1979, confronted liberation theology, survived the assassination attempt on himself in 1981 by Mehmet Ali Agca (who he later forgave in 1983) and used his influence to help bring both Communist and Right-Wing Totalitarian regimes, such as Alfredo Stroessner's dictatorship in Paraguay, to their knees.