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Synonyms for John XXIII

Italian pope from 1958 to 1963 who convoked the Second Vatican Council (1881-1963)

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This information and the cited text are from Roncalli's introduction, composed in Istanbul in April 1936, to the first published volume: Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, ed.
On 28th October 1958 the white smoke gave its sign in favor of Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli.
Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli was astonished to be elected Pope in 1958 at the age of 76.
Born Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, he was known as the "Good Pope" because of his jovial, benevolent nature.
One of the many clergymen who came under suspicion of being infected with this antispiritual virus and had to defend himself was a young priest named Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, who later became Pope John XXIII.
Two important forerunners and exponents of this dialogue, both Italians, should be mentioned: Palmiro Togliatti, head of the Italian Communist Party, and Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, later Pope John XXIII.
Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli Rappresentante Pontificio a Sofia, (Venezia 2013), que sigue la misma linea de investigacion.
The former Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli stunned the Catholic establishment at the Vatican by calling for a special conclave of cardinals that would meet from 1962 to 1965.
The man who would be pope was born Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli in Sotto il Monte, northern Italy on November 25, 1881.
Born near the Italian Alps, Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli (1881-1963) was the son of a sharecropper.
En sus paginas proponia todo un programa que contenia reflexion y propuestas y que subrayaba el proposito de Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, ahora Juan XXIII, de decir las cosas con claridad y en el momento oportuno, buscando siempre ser eficiente en la accion y fiel al Evangelio.
Born Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli in 1881, he was ordained in 1904 and became known for his scholarly works, among them his book on the life of St Charles.