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Karol Wojtyla's Contribution to Vatican II Council - Catholicism
After Vatican II, during the pontificates of Paul VI and of John Paul II, the manner of presentation, and thus of self-presentation of the papacy, has become quite ...
Observing Lent Before Vatican II - Catholicism - About.com
Mar 12, 2009 ... Did Vatican II change the requirements for fasting and abstinence during Lent? And if so, how?
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Biography: Pope John XXIII - Agnosticism / Atheism - About.com
Pope John XXIII is perhaps best known for convening the second ecumencial council at the Vatican, known as Vatican II. What is particularly important to ...
What Is the Church? - The Catholic View - Catholicism - About.com
Fourth Question: "Why does the Second Vatican Council use the term 'Church' in reference to the oriental Churches separated from full communion with the ...
When and Why Do Catholics Abstain From Meat? - Catholicism
Before Vatican II, Catholics were required to abstain from meat every Friday, as a form of penance in honor of the death of Jesus Christ on the Cross on Good ...
"Totus Tuus," Trust in Mary, Mother of God - Catholicism - About.com
Pope John Paul II receiving Albanian nun Mother Teresa (1910-1997) at the Vatican. Mother Teresa had just been awarded the Nobel Prize for her humanitarian ...
Pope John Paul II: Papal Conservatism & Traditionalism
After Vatican II, many Catholics hoped (or feared) that the Catholic Church would proceed down a path of greater liberalization - but such expectations were not ...
Catholics: Lack of Authority of Vatican II, vatican ii council, pope ...
Oct 25, 2006 ... vatican ii council, pope benedict the xvi, pope john paul: The Council of Pistoia is instructive because, rather than ignorning it, Pius VI ...