Pope John Paul II


Pope John Paul II 1978-2005

Pope John Paul II held to II Vatican Council but was considered by the secular church to be conservative.
He supported the Fatima message outwardly by even consecrating the world to Our Lady.

As a rule he went along except he did hold to the traditional teachings of the Church as far as abortion and contraception, and no women as priests. He was very popular, being well-traveled with large rallies were held wherever he went.

There was an attempted assassination, in 1981. Conservatives had been gaining ground. The shooter was a communist from a communist country.

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The Instruction and The New Instruction

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