Friday, January 6, 2017

The Societal Impact of Pope John Paul II

revere John Paul II (JPII here by and by) had an extraordinary impact on the lives of opusy Catholics and Christians. A human being he was, a good deals someone JP IIs life include umteen memorable events throughout his erect to the Magisterium of the Church and throughout his geezerhood as pope. His ism that included Thomism, Humanism and Personalism allowed him to connect with people at other level. As a knowledgeable man his theology was evident in his Evangelium Vitae (EV) and has profound affect on how we view the world now. He has had an unbelievable impact on the Church and still today that is felt, he was a revolutionary, a pontiff for the people.\nFormerly cognize as Karol Jozef Wojtyla, JPII was the third and concluding child of his father. Born on 18th May 1920 in Wadowice, Poland JPII had a tragic previous(predicate) life which included the ending of his Mother when he was 9 and the death of his brother when he was 12. In 1938 JPII attended Krakows Jagiell onian University for field of battle and poetry. by and by his Father died in 1941 he became a priest in a arcanum seminary due to the Nazi usurpation of Poland. He stayed at this seminary for 7 age and after acquiring knowledge and wisdom he was ordained in 1946. by and by completing a doctorate in Theology in Rome he returned to Poland. After many years in 1958 he became the Bishop of Ombi and then the Archbishop of Krakow 6 years later. JPII was considered one of the brightest Catholic thinkers contributing to Vatican II and another Popes encyclical of the culture of death. In 1978 he became the 1st non-Italian Pope in 400 years and was the most travelled Pope in history after hed completed his papacy freeing on 104 foreign trips and tour 129 countries. JPII was a man of doing instead than waiting. This was evident through his lecture to multiple countries to preach/ allot the word of God. He was not going to sit by and wait for someone else to do his job. The future starts today, not tomorrow.\nJPIIs philosophy or life-ethi...