His years there coincide almost perfectly with the long pontificate
of John Paul II.
Most NCR readers I've spoken with seem to take one of two approaches to this young pontificate
, both encouraging, one more guarded.
The Pope is 82 and has been healthy during his five-year pontificate
spanned years of Fascism and Sovietbloc Communism in Europe, and the contents of some 30,000 files could reveal the degree of concern at the Holy See for growing persecution of Jews on the continent.
Pope Benedict has authorized opening the Vatican archives for the pontificate
of Pope Plus XI (1922-1939).
Crow belongs to one of the church's "new ecclesial movements," the multiplicity of international lay movements that came to prominence during the 20th century, especially during the pontificate
of Pope John Paul II.
of Clement VII; history, politics, culture.
The fact that 200 world leaders are attending the funeral shows the far-reaching impact the Pope had in his 26-year pontificate
The world's third-longest pontificate
and the life of a truly extraordinary man were coming to an end.
All I ask is for them to be honest enough not to pontificate
about the lesser of the three when they advocate for a blanket ban.
The central subject of this book is the development and use of the Villa Mondragone in the countryside of Frascati during the Borghese pontificate
in the early seventeenth century.
Overall, this is an inspiring true story, but it does bog down a little, and the Lieutenant General tends to pontificate
and preach a hit.
First, when it comes to doctrinal questions, the architects of John Paul II's pontificate
miss few opportunities to assert their conservative views.
May I suggest, Madam Albright, that before you go on television before the whole world to pontificate
on issues Palestinian, you start by examining the facts and then start to examine your own conscience.
This public humiliation was a rear-guard salvo in the ruthless anti-Modernist campaign that had dominated the previous pontificate
of Plus X.