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In 1941, after the death of his father, Pope John Paul II, then known by his birth name, Karol Jozef Wojtyla, expressed his will to dedicate his life to priesthood. In October 1942, he approached the Archbishop’s Palace and made this wish of his vocal. Following this he began his courses in a secret under-ground seminary conducted by the then Archbishop of Krakow, Adam Stefan Cardinal Sapeiha. After his studies in the under ground seminary concluded, he was ordained as priest on All Saints Day, 1st November 1946. His life in priesthood was spent mostly in gaining knowledge about theology and the like. Soon after his ascent to priesthood, he

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This is the second part of the Millennium letter from Pope Jon Paul II to all his church and Catholics around the world. This is very long but take your time to read and reflect on the contents. Now see in your opinion has the Catholic Church, the priests, the bishops and so on done the job as laid out by the late Pope John Paul II. I Meeting Christ The Legacy of the Great Jubilee 4. “We give thanks to you, Lord God Almighty” (Rev 11:17). In the Bull of Indiction of the Jubilee I expressed the hope that the bimillennial celebration of the mystery of the Incarnation would

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One of the great popes of all times, a polish pope known as John Paul II whose real name is “Karol Józef Wojtyła”, was born on May 18, 1920 in the Polish town of Wadowice, a small city 50 kilometers from Krakow. This great pope of modern times was the youngest of the three children. He’s the son of Karol Wojtyła, a non-commissioned army, and Emilia Kaczorowska. His eldest brother, Edmund, a doctor and his second elder sister named Olga had died before he was born. In fact, his baptism was on June 20, 1920 in the parish church of Wadowice which was baptized by Fr. Franciszek Zak and made

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