Books about Pope John Paul II
John Paul II – Daily words of wisdom. Mobile application for iPhone and android.
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1001 Things You Should Know About the Blessed John Paul II is a collection of interesting facts, events, speeches, and anecdotes about the Holy Father. It presents specific periods of the life of Karol Wojtyła / John Paul II as well as the essential themes of his pontificate. One can find among the 1001 interesting pieces of information, many unknown and often surprising facts. It is an indispensable tool for preparing all kinds of quizzes about the life and work of John Paul II.
Archbishop Mieczysław Mokrzycki, the Pope’s second personal secretary, speaks about some unknown facts about the life of the Holy Father in an interview with Brygida Grysiak, a journalist of the TVN24 Television. He speaks about an ordinary day of John Paul II in the Vatican, about what was making him emotional and what was making him laugh, about his conversations with important politicians, about to whom he confided and what he read, about what he really liked to sing and who he invited for holidays, about how he was celebrating the New Year’s Eve and why he liked Tuesdays…
In the Jasna Góra icon of Our Lady with Child there is an expression of her concern about every soul, every child, every family, and every human person…
Entrust to the Mother of God all … all married couples and all families. Entrust to Her Son all difficult, personal, and social matters so that they would be solved in the spirit of love, justice, peace, and respect of the dignity of every man, of every human person.
John Paul II
This prayer book presents a selection of Marian prayers and meditations by John Paul II. Their form is adapted to the needs of the personal devotion of the faithful. The texts have the habitual form of communal devotions enriched by antiphons, responses, and liturgical prayers taken from the Roman Missal and the Liturgy of the Hours.
The book shows the figure of the Blessed John Paul II in the context of the message of God's mercy. It contains the most important papal texts about the Divine Mercy, shows the importance and timelessness of St. Sister Faustina Kowalska message.
"Message of the Divine Mercy was always close to my heart. It has been a very particular support to me and an inexhaustible source of hope not only for Krakow citizens, but for the entire nation. This was also my personal experience that I took with me to the Holy See, which in a certain way was a characteristic of this pontificate. I thank Divine Providence that I was able to personally contribute to the fulfillment of Christ's will by establishing the Feast of Divine Mercy.
John Paul II