St. John Paul II (1920-2005) Born Karol Wojtyla, he was born in a small town just outside Krakow, Poland. He began attending the seminary in secret in 1942 during the Nazi occupation of Poland, and was ordained in 1946. Elected to the papacy in 1978, he took the name John Paul II and became one of the longest-serving popes in the Church’s history. He was also one of the most-travelled popes of all time, and as co-patron of World Youth Day he breathed new life into his efforts of The New Evangelization. St. John Paul II was also responsible for a series of catechetical instructions that resulted in the Theology of the Body, the Jubilee Year of 2000, and creation of the John Paul II Pontifical Theological Institute for Marriage and Family Sciences. This prayer journal contains photos, a biography from the St. John Paul II National Shrine, a collection of prayers written by St. John Paul II, a novena, and several intercessory prayers. It also contains 74 lined pages that can be used as a journal, to record prayer intentions, or as a notebook.
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