Links for Learning about Pope John Paul II
Pope John Paul II
b. 5-18-1920; Poland
d. 4-2-2005; Vatican
GLOBAL PATHMARKER BOOKMARK TEXT:
Karol Wojtyla was born in Wadowice, Poland in 1920. Since he was elected Pope John Paul II in 1978, he has often been seen by many as the people’s Pope.
He has been a student leader, a laborer, a factory worker, an actor, a sports man, a published poet, and a philosopher, as well as being a Prince of the Church.
The variety of his experience and training made him a pastor of exceptional ability. As he has taken more responsibility, he has not lost his interest in, nor his understanding, of people.
A world leader, he works for the cause of human dignity.
Catholic Information Network (CIN) - Pope John Paul II, Angelus/Regina Coeli & Weekly General Audiences
FRONTLINE - Pope John Paul II: The Millennial Pope - An exploration into his characer and beliefs and his fierce challenge to the modern world.
Pope John Paul II & Communism - Pope John Paul II as a catalyst in the collapse of Communism.
Pope John Paul II and the Dynamics of History, Foreign Policy Research Institute
Cappella Sistina - Built between 1475 and 1483, in the time of Pope Sixtus IV della Rovere, the Sistine Chapel has originally served as Palatine Chapel.
Pope John Paul II available
as poster, notecard and
biographical bookmark.Artist: Frank V. Szasz
Posters (18"x24"+/-) Printed on heavy weight paper, ready to take to your favorite framer.
• Posters $20/ea.;
• Laminated posters $25/ea.;
• Gandhi & Mother Teresa not available as posters.
Notecard w/ envelope (4.5"x6" folded). Heavy weight paper, blank inside; great for invitations & program covers.
• Notecard $2.50/ea.
• Dozen of one image $24/doz.
Bookmarks (1.75"x6"), heavy weight paper.
• Bookmark: $1.25/ea.
• Pkg/25 of one image: $25
• Jung image not available as bookmark.
Printed in the USA.