mardi 26 août 2014

Pope John Paul I



Pope John Paul I (Latin: Ioannes Paulus PP. I, Italian: Giovanni Paolo I), born Albino Luciani (Italian pronunciation: [alˈbino luˈtʃani]; 17 October 1912 – 28 September 1978), was the head of the Catholic Church from his election to the papacy on 26 August to his sudden death 33 days later on 28 September 1978. His 33-day reign is among the shortest in papal history, resulting in the most recent Year of Three Popes. John Paul I was the first Pope to be born in the 20th century and the last Pope to die in it. In fact, he is the only Pope to have lived his entire life in the 20th century. John Paul I remains the most recent Italian-born pope, ending a succession of Italian-born popes that started with Clement VII in 1523. He was declared a Servant of God by his successor,Pope John Paul II, on 23 November 2003.                (http://encyclopedia.thefreedictionary.com)



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