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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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FILE PHOTO: The tapestry with the image of Pope Paul VI is unveiled as Pope Francis celebrates the mass for his beatification in St.
lt;B Artists of the Golden Circus perform in front of Pope Francis during his weekly general audience, in the Pope Paul VI hall, at the Vatican yesterday Andrew Medichini
Even more important for the issue of the Curia was the speech of Paul VI to the Roman Curia on September 21, 1963.
I think of Blessed Paul VI in the moment of that challenge of population growth, he had the strength to defend openness to life.
Shortly after his election, Paul VI took the name and thrust for his papacy from the apostle Paul, "making people everywhere aware of the church in the modern world.
Hence, The General Catechetical Directory was approved by Pope Paul VI on 18 March 1971 and promulgated on 11 April 1971.
The move comes after the Pope approved a miracle credited to the intercession of Paul VI, who died in 1978 after a 15-year pontificate.
Mahieu takes the reader on a detailed journey of those historic events that Paul VI initiated, specifically with the Orthodox Church--in fact, he explicitly confines himself to the greater Byzantine Orthodox Churches, the Greek and the Russian, excluding, for simple reasons of space, the ancient oriental orthodox churches.
He also dwells on the strategy of dialing back anti-communist rhetoric under John XXIII, Paul VI, and John Paul II, each of whom lamented the extreme inequality and the North-South hemispheric divide produced by democratic capitalism's triumph.
As private secretary to three Popes - Paul VI, John Paul I and John Paul II, Magee is the only man to hold such a position in Vatican history.
23 to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the 1966 meeting between Archbishop of Canterbury Michael Ramsey and Pope Paul VI.
Catholic sisters weren't the only ones in the audience of 7,000 in Paul VI Hall in Vatican City.
Pope Paul VI had put off addressing this at Vatican II by appointing a special commission to advise him on the matter.
The visit will mark the 40th anniversary of Archbishop Michael Ramsey's historic meeting with Pope Paul VI in 1966 and the founding of the Anglican Centre in Rome.
By profiling Paul VI Catholic High School in Fairfax, Virginia, this author will describe how one Catholic high school, relying on very few services from public sources, combined the energy, motivation, and talents of parents with the commitment of administrators, the dedication and creativity of faculty and staff, and the enthusiastic response of students to create a school community in which over 98% of graduates go on to higher education while enrolling over 200 students, out of approximately 1,150 in the student body, with documented disabilities (Paul VI Catholic High School, 2004; Diocese of Arlington, 2003a).