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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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Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli. Una vita nella storia, Mondadori, Milano, 2006, p.
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.
By far the most extensive material put under contribution is in the Vatican archives of the council itself, in the archives of Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli (John XXIII) in Bologna, and in those of the World Council of Churches in Geneva.
I was a student in Rome when Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli was elected pope in 1958 and was there when he surprised the church on Jan.
(41) See Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, Giovanni XXIII, Pater amabilis: Agende del pontefice, 1958-1963, ed.
The election of Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli in October 1958 to succeed Pius XII had been, action of the Holy Spirit aside, intended by the cardinal electorate to provide an "interim" papacy after Pius XII's 19-year reign.
Marco RONCALLI (ed.), Loris Francesco Capovilla, Giuseppe de Luca, Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli. Carteggio (1933-1962), Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura, Roma 2006, XL-272 pp.
The foundation said it is gathering information to demonstrate the significance of then-Archbishop Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli's work on behalf of Jews when he was apostolic delegate to Turkey from 1934-1944.
Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, una vita nella storia, Mondadori, Milano 2006, 791 pp.
Fast forward to 1931, when Archbishop Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, apostolic nuncio to Bulgaria, paid a formal visit to his boss in Rome.
The Roman Catholic Church will celebrate tomorrow the Feast of Saint John XXIII (Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli), who was canonized by Pope Francis together with Saint John Paul II on April 27, 2014 in Rome, Italy.
Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli Rappresentante Pontificio a Sofia, (Venezia 2013), que sigue la misma linea de investigacion.
See also Silvio Ferrari, "I sinodi diocesani di Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli," Cristianesimo nella storia 9 (1988) 113-33.