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Definitions

  1. Pope Paul VI was the last pontiff to date to wear a tiara.
  2. Pope Paul VI (1963-1978) is crowned at the last papal coronation to date, in 1963.
  3. Pope Paul VI was elected on June 22, 1963, and immediately announced that the council would continue. (Web site)
  4. Pope Paul VI was responsible for the most recent expansion of the archives, now on two floors with 43,000 meters (47,000 yards) of display stands. (Web site)
  5. Pope Paul VI was thus, in the winter of 1969-70, put into another serious quandary. (Web site)

Pope

  1. Pope Paul VI became the first pope to visit six continents, and was the most travelled pope in history to that time, earning the nickname "the Pilgrim Pope". (Web site)
  2. Pope Paul VI died in August and was succeeded by John Paul I, who himself died only thirty-three days after being elected pope on September 28. (Web site)
  3. But Lidia and her parents had to go to the Vatican to get the blessing of the pope at the time, Pope Paul VI. (Web site)

Pope Paul Vi

  1. The last crowned Pope As with all previous popes, Pope Paul VI was crowned with a tiara at the papal coronation.
  2. Pope Paul VI made extensive contributions to mariology (theological teaching and devotions) during his pontificate. (Web site)
  3. Pope Paul VI opened the last period of the Council on 14 September 1965 with the establishment of a Synod of Bishops. (Web site)

Commission

  1. In 1978 the remains of St. Francis were identified by a commission of scholars, appointed by Pope Paul VI and put in a glass urn in the ancient stone tomb.

Pope Clement

  1. Papal Tiaras were worn by all popes from Pope Clement V to Pope Paul VI, who was crowned in 1963. (Web site)

True Pope

  1. Medication of evil has dulled the brain of the true pope, Pope Paul VI. They send into his veins poison to dull his reasoning and paralyze his legs. (Web site)

True Popes

  1. The Palmarian Catholic Church regards as true popes those until 1978, including Pope Paul VI, who is revered by them as a martyr pope.

Pauline Mass

  1. Many so-called traditionalists charge that the Pauline Mass is invalid and Pope Paul VI did not have the authority to change the Tridentine Mass. (Web site)

Palatine Guard

  1. The Papal guards, other than the Swiss Guard, were the Noble Guard and the Palatine Guard, and were abolished by Pope Paul VI in 1970.

Predecessor Pope Paul Vi

  1. Pope John Paul II had good relations with the Church of England, referred to by his predecessor Pope Paul VI, as "our beloved Sister Church".

Terminally Ill Pope Paul Vi

  1. Lamberto was a cardinal in the Roman Catholic Church, and the man favoured to succeed the terminally ill Pope Paul VI as head of the Church.

Number

  1. Pope Paul VI also increased the number of cardinal bishops by giving that rank to patriarchs of the Eastern Catholic Churches who are made cardinals.
  2. A number of changes in the office of Monsignor were introduced by Pope Paul VI 's motu proprio Pontificalis Domus of 28 March 1968.

Papal Tiara

  1. Since Pope Paul VI set aside his tiara after the Second Vatican Council, the Papal Tiara has not been worn. (Web site)
  2. Pope Paul VI (1963–1978) The most recent papabile cardinal to receive the papal tiara.

Tradition

  1. He died at Monte Cassino, Italy, according to tradition, on 21 March 547 and was named patron protector of Europe by Pope Paul VI in 1964. (Web site)

Three

  1. Pope Paul VI made three in pectore appointments but eventually published all of them, including one (Iuliu Hossu) who had already died.

Milan

  1. Tiara of Pope Paul VI (1963) (image) made by the artisans of his former archdiocese, Milan. (Web site)

Saint

  1. John Paul's support for declaring Pius a saint does not mean that the long process (which was initiated by Pope Paul VI in 1965) is over. (Web site)

Strictly

  1. In 1966, Pope Paul VI in his apostolic constitution Paenitemini, changed the strictly regulated Catholic fasting requirements.

Contrast

  1. It weighed just over 2 lb (910 g), as did the 1922 tiara of Pope Pius XI. In contrast, the bullet-shaped tiara of Pope Paul VI weighed 10 lb (4.5 kg). (Web site)

List

  1. The list of forbidden books was kept current until Pope Paul VI abolished the Index in 1959. (Web site)

Reign

  1. The Palatine Guard and the Noble Guard were disbanded during the reign of Pope Paul VI in 1970. (Web site)
  2. All three of these vestments were discontinued during the reign of Pope Paul VI, but not abolished.

Order

  1. At best, Archbishop Lefebvre now accused Pope Paul VI of unintentionally collaborating with freemasonry in order to destroy the Church. (Web site)

Decree

  1. In 1965, by granting a Decree of Praise, Pope Paul VI granted Mother Teresa's request to expand her order to other countries. (Web site)

Cardinalate

  1. Pope Paul VI held six consistories between 1965–1977 that raised 143 men to the cardinalate in his fifteen years as pope. (Web site)

Elevated

  1. Thus 96 percent of the eligible voters were raised to College of Cardinals by the current Pontiff; the remaining 5 prelates were elevated by Pope Paul VI. (Web site)
  2. Of the current cardinals, seven were elevated by Pope Paul VI, all of whom are now over the age of 80. (Web site)

Successor

  1. His successor, Pope Paul VI, abolished the traditional papal funeral and had his funeral as a simple concelebrated Mass in St. Peter's Square.
  2. His successor, Pope Paul VI expanded the commission to 72 members, including theologians from five continents. (Web site)

Congregation

  1. In 1965, by granting a Decree of Praise, Pope Paul VI granted Mother Teresa's request to expand her congregation to other countries.

November 21

  1. Pope Paul VI by his motu proprio Ingravescentem aetatem, dated November 21, 1970, substantially modified the electoral power of the cardinals. (Web site)

April 28

  1. Pope Paul VI later changed Traglia's titular church to that of San Lorenzo in Damaso on April 28, 1969.
  2. Having been reserved in pectore when the April 28, 1976 consistory was announced, he was created cardinal by Pope Paul VI next May 24. (Web site)

August

  1. This is a list of Roman Catholic cardinals over the age of 80 as of the death of Pope Paul VI on August 6, 1978.
  2. Cardinals marked with † were created by Pope Paul VI and had participated in the August and October 1978 conclaves.

Prophecies

  1. Pope Paul VI, who reigned from 1963‑1978, is described in the prophecies as Flos florum (flower of flowers).

Canon Law

  1. Pope Paul VI possessed the same papal authority as Pope St. Pius V. The principle is explicitly recognized by the Code of Canon Law. (Web site)
  2. The new constitution of the Order was promulgated by Pope Paul VI in 1977, and the Order now enjoys protection under canon law.

Vatican

  1. Surviving tiaras, with the exception of that of Pope Paul VI, are on display in the Vatican. (Web site)
  2. Gives the spiritual exercises at the Vatican, in the presence of Pope Paul VI, the meditations from which have been published as A Sign of Contradiction.

Roman Curia

  1. Pope Paul VI appointed Wright as the Prefect of the Congregation for the Clergy, and thus the highest-ranking American in the Roman Curia, on April 23, 1969. (Web site)
  2. Pope Paul VI knew the Roman Curia well, having worked there for a generation from 1922 to 1954.

Pope John Xxiii

  1. Pope Paul VI (1963-1978), however, continued the ecumenical efforts of Pope John XXIII in his contacts with Protestant and Orthodox churches. (Web site)
  2. Pope John XXIII in 1962, or the Roman Missal promulgated by Pope Paul VI in 1970, and may do so on any day with the exception of the Easter Triduum. (Web site)

Pope Benedict

  1. Pope Benedict has decided to maintain the limit of 120 cardinal-electors established by Pope Paul VI and ignored by JPII. (Web site)

Pope John Paul

  1. Fourteen of the Cardinals were appointed during the reign of Pope Paul VI. All the others were appointed during Pope John Paul II 's reign.
  2. Pope Paul VI in 1967, Pope John Paul II in 1979 and Pope Benedict XVI in 2006 visited the house and treated it as a shrine.
  3. The use of the sedia gestatoria was discontinued by Pope John Paul II, that of the flabella by Pope Paul VI.

Time

  1. In John XXIII's first consistory, Montini was raised to the rank of cardinal; and in time he became John's successor, Pope Paul VI.

Rome

  1. He cut off the rule, the role of the Holy Father, Pope Paul VI. Lucifer has controlled Rome and continues this control now. (Web site)
  2. Pope Paul VI calls together the 2nd Bishops Synod of Rome which would last until October 28, 1969. (Web site)

February 1965

  1. The Decree of Praise granted to the Congregation by Pope Paul VI in February 1965 encouraged her to open a house in Venezuela. (Web site)

Archbishop

  1. On January 13, 1964, he was named archbishop of Krakow by Pope Paul VI, who elevated him to the cardinalate on June 26, 1967.

Castel Gandolfo

  1. Pope Paul VI died on the Feast of the Transfiguration, August 6, 1978, at the pope's summer residence in Castel Gandolfo. (Web site)

Aides

  1. Pope Paul VI caused considerable surprise in 1968 when, to the consternation of his aides, he publicly denied rumours of "scandalous behaviour".

August 1978

  1. Pope Paul VI died of a heart attack in Castel Gandolfo, the papal summer residence, in August 1978 following a long illness. (Web site)

Church

  1. The guard was abolished by Pope Paul VI in 1970 as part of the reforms of the Church following Vatican II.
  2. Pope Paul VI gave her the title of Doctor of the Church in 1970 along with Saint Teresa of Ávila making them the first women to receive this honour. (Web site)
  3. Accordingly, they hold that Pope Paul VI and his successors left the true Catholic Church and thus lost legitimate authority in the Church. (Web site)

Archdiocese

  1. On December 15, 1969, he was appointed Patriarch of Venice by Pope Paul VI and took possession of the archdiocese on February 3, 1970.
  2. Participated in the conclave of 1963, which elected Pope Paul VI. Resigned the pastoral government of the archdiocese, February 10, 1969. (Web site)

Consistory

  1. In the consistory of 1965 Rossi was created Cardinal Priest by Pope Paul VI, and he received the title of Gran Madre di Dio.
  2. He was elevated to the cardinalate by Pope Paul VI during the Consistory of May 24, 1976. (Web site)
  3. In 1967, the ceremony of the consistory was revised by Pope Paul VI and therefore no galero was presented to Cardinal Cooke or any of his successors. (Web site)

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  3. Roman Catholic Church > Popes > Pope Paul Vi > Pope John Xxiii
  4. Roman Catholic Church > Popes > Pope Paul Vi > Second Vatican Council
  5. First Pope

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