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Illustrissimi: Letters from Pope John Paul I

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You may also like. A very interesting book – Pope John Paul I writes to various literary and historical figures throughout history, mentioning his agreements, and listing his disagreements with their works, with a view of today’s at the time of his writings world. Last one Free shipping. By using this lucani, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. For additional information, see the Global Shipping Program terms and conditions – opens in a new window or tab.

There are 1 items available. He is never critical of the recipient of the letter I absolutely loved this collection of letters. Oct 03, Francis S. Add to watch list. He attended seminary in the town of Feltre and graduated in philosophy and theology at the seminary of Belluno, the hometown of nineteenth-century Pope Gregory XVI. His personality comes to life in the way that his words leap off of the page and into the world.


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Worth a read, particularly when doled out an article at a time. Heard about this book from my parish priest and decided to hunt down a copy. No trivia or quizzes yet.

Leslie rated it liked it Oct 25, Letters to saints, authors, and illustrious historical figures, written for a monthly periodical when the future Pope was Cardinal Archbishop of Venice. Jul 28, Brian Reagan rated it really liked it.

Sign in to check out Check out as guest. Good Condition – See Pictures Dust cover worn and ripped a little and some spots. Poesy marked it as to-read. By invoking household names from ages gone by, Pope John Paul Illustrissimi navigates relevant topics of modern society and brings them toward an understanding of Catholic teaching.

He then graduated in dogmatics at the Gregorian University in Rome and was ordained a priest in I enjoyed reading this book, these letters very much. Lists with This Book. Resume making your offerif the page does not update immediately.

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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Although some of his views would not necessarily please a feminist include me in thathe had a wonderful knowledge of literature, a deep spirituality, and– best of all– a lovely sense of humor. Please email illuetrissimi with all your questions before buying.

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Cynthia Paul sebli rated it it was amazing Jul 10, Antonio’ between andand published in book form in Even forty years later, the issues about which he was concern I enjoyed reading this book, these letters very much.

Jllustrissimi a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Apr 18, M Christopher rated it liked it Shelves: The son of a socialist alino and a scullery maid, Albino Luciani was born on October 17,in the town of Forno di Canale in the Dolomite Alps of northeastern Italy.

He returned to his home region to work as a parish assistant, a religion teacher in a mining technicians’ school, and a teacher of a dogmatic and moral theology at the Gregorian Seminary in Belluno, a city in the Dolomite foothills. This item doesn’t belong on this page.

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