Giovanni Battista Montini

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Italian pope from 1963 to 1978 who eased restrictions on fasting and on interfaith marriages (1897-1978)


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Quando l'Italia entra in guerra, il 24 maggio 1915, Giovanni Battista Montini ha diciassette anni.
And he was given a Vatican assignment as the apostolic visitator for Croatians, which meant he reported directly to Monsignor Giovanni Battista Montini," states an American document based on a report from the Italian police; the document was recently placed in evidence at the court in San Francisco where Gowen testified.
Cuenta que Pio XII se entero de manejos poco limpios cuando Giovanni Battista Montini, futuro Pablo VI, era su pro secretario de Estado.
June 21 - Cardinal Giovanni Battista Montini of Milan, Italy is elected pope.
Paul VI was born Giovanni Battista Montini in 1897 in the northern Italian province of Brescia.
La traduzione italiana degli scritti dei grandi teologi d'Oltralpe contribui a diffondere il desiderio di una nuova cristianita, stimolo e sostegno all'impegno sociale e politico dei laici in un contesto in cui operarono figure come Emilio Guano e Giovanni Battista Montini, Giuseppe Dossetti e Giorgio La Pira.
En realidad, la figura de Giovanni Battista Montini despierta un gran interes en muchos otros aspectos.
The first pope in this diversionary series was Giovanni Battista Montini, Pope Paul VI (1963-78).
una relacion del todo especial es la que tuvo con Giovanni Battista Montini, que no en vano habia traducido la obra de Maritain, Tres reformadores.
At the time, Italians saw Communion and Liberation as a conservative alternative both to the "Catholic Action" movement and to the broadly progressive ethos of the Milan archdiocese under Cardinals Giovanni Battista Montini (who became Paul VI) and Giovanni Colombo.
17, to ascertain his position on one of the most highly charged issues of that conclave--what the new pope would do about Archbishop Giovanni Battista Montini of Milan, who had been exiled from Pius XII's curia.
They attracted many members in Cairo as well as those joining in solidarity with them, such as Cardinal Giovanni Battista Montini, the future Pope Paul VI, and many others in monasteries and church communities around the world.
Cardinal Giovanni Battista Montini was the man to beat in 1963, and became Paul VI.