POPE PAUL VI - PRINTED ART UNSIGNED CIRCA 1971 - HFSID 215134
POPE PAUL VI This printed art that features the virgin Mary features a biblical verse inside! Printed Art Unsigned: 4½x6½ card with a printed verse inside. Circa 1971. Isaiah 9:6 is printed on the inside in Latin.
Sale Price $552.50
POPE PAUL VI This printed art that features the virgin Mary features a biblical verse inside! Printed Art Unsigned: 4½x6½ card with a printed verse inside. Circa 1971. Isaiah 9:6 is printed on the inside in Latin. Translated in Full: "A child is born, unto us a son is given to us, and the government is upon his shoulder; And you shall call his name Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The Everlasting Father, the Prince of Peace". Giovanni Battista Montini (1897-1978) led the Catholic Church as POPE PAUL VI from 1963 until his death in 1978. The former Archbishop of Milan, a close confidante of his two immediate predecessors (Pius XII and John XXIII) continued the Second Vatican Council begun by John, implemented the changes introduced by that conclave, including religious services in national languages, and tried to conciliate liberals and conservatives within the church. A strong advocate of Christian unity and of social justice, he also advocated active "dialogue with the world." His encyclical Humanae Vitae [Of Human Life] reaffirmed traditional Catholic opposition to artificial birth control as well as abortion. Angelo Giuseppe Roncali (1881-1963) was elevated to the Papacy in 1958, choosing the name POPE JOHN XXIII. Pope John convened the Second Vatican Council, which introduced widespread changes in the Catholic liturgy, opposed by some traditionalists. He was a strong advocate the Church's commitment to social justice, and of interfaith cooperation. He completed his last encyclical, Pacem in Terris [Peace on Earth] shortly before his death. As Papal Nuncio to Turkey and Greece during World War II, the future Pope aided the escape of many European Jews. Light smudging. Otherwise, fine condition.
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