Author:John Paul II

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Pope John Paul II
(1920–2005)
Born Karol Józef Wojtyła, John Paul reigned as pope of the Roman Catholic Church for almost 27 years, from October 16, 1978 until his death, making his the second-longest pontificate.
Pope John Paul II

Works[edit]

Edicts[edit]

Letters[edit]

Encyclicals[edit]

No. Title Date
Latin English translation
1. Redemptor Hominis "The Redeemer of Man" 4 March 1979
2. Dives in Misericordia "Rich in Mercy" 30 November 1980
3. Laborem Exercens "On Human Work" 14 September 1981
4. Slavorum Apostoli "The Apostles of the Slavs" 2 June 1985
5. Dominum et Vivificantem "The Lord and Giver of Life" 18 May 1986
6. Redemptoris Mater "Mother of the Redeemer" 25 March 1987
7. Sollicitudo Rei Socialis "On Social Concerns" 30 December 1987
8. Redemptoris Missio "Mission of the Redeemer" 7 December 1990
9. Centesimus Annus "The Hundredth Year" 1 May 1991
10. Veritatis Splendor "The Splendor of Truth" 6 August 1993
11. Evangelium Vitae "The Gospel of Life" 25 March 1995
12. Ut Unum Sint "That They May Be One" 25 May 1995
13. Fides et Ratio "Faith and Reason" 14 September 1998
14. Ecclesia de Eucharistia "The Church of the Eucharist" 17 April 2003

Books[edit]

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Poem collections[edit]

Works about John Paul II[edit]


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