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St. John Paul II’s former residence in Poland opens doors to...

Karol Wojtyła, the future John Paul II, lived at the residence from 1958 to 1978 when he was archbishop of Kraków

Relic of Saint John Paul II stolen from historic basilica

The relic, which came to Argentina from Poland in 2016, consists of a drop of the blood of Saint John Paul II

Two popes, same hospital, different styles of medical privacy

The late Pope John Paul II and Pope Francis have different styles of dealing with health, privacy and communication

Attack on Saint Pope John Paul II on feast of Our...

The late pope was shot and was seriously wounded as he passed through St Peter’s Square in an open car in 1981

Philippines’ first diocesan shrine dedicated to St. John Paul II inaugurated...

The Diocese of Balanga marks the 40th anniversary of Pope John Paul II's visit to the diocese in Bataan province in 1981

Saint Pope John Paul II — a hasty halo?

John Paul canonized nearly 500 saints, compared to 300 in the previous 600 years

Pope St John Paul II was ahead of his time

Not only did Pope St John Paul II accurately diagnose the illnesses afflicting the Western world, but he was also able to point out remedies

Pope Francis reaffirms ‘irrevocable’ commitment to ecumenism

Pope Francis renewed the ecumenical commitment of the Church on the 25th anniversary of Pope St. John Paul II’s encyclical “Ut unum sint”

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