Mit einer Eucharistiefeier am Grab des hl. Johannes Paul II. hat Papst Franziskus am Mai seinen vor Jahren geborenen Vorgänger gewürdigt. Johannes Paul II. (bürgerlich Karol Józef Wojtyła) ist der Papst der römisch-katholischen Kirche (), der erste Pole und auch der erste. Geboren als Karol Wojtyla in Wadowice, Polen, ist Papst Johannes Paul II unbestritten der berühmteste und sicherlich vielseitigste Papst in der Geschichte der.
Johannes Paul II. 1920 - 2005Geboren als Karol Wojtyla in Wadowice, Polen, ist Papst Johannes Paul II unbestritten der berühmteste und sicherlich vielseitigste Papst in der Geschichte der. Johannes Paul II. (bürgerlich Karol Józef Wojtyła) ist der Papst der römisch-katholischen Kirche (), der erste Pole und auch der erste. Mit einer Eucharistiefeier am Grab des hl. Johannes Paul II. hat Papst Franziskus am Mai seinen vor Jahren geborenen Vorgänger gewürdigt.
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Pope John XXIII, born Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli, wearing a white pope's dress, a crucifix and a white zucchetto; he was crowned the head of the Catholic Church in October 28, at the age of Anillo del Pescador del Papa Benedicto XVI Ratzinger.
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On 4 July , Pope Francis confirmed his approval of John Paul II's canonisation, formally recognising the second miracle attributed to his intercession.
He was canonised together with Pope John XXIII. The canonisation Mass for Blessed Popes John Paul II and John XXIII, was celebrated by Pope Francis with Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI , on 27 April in St.
Peter's Square at the Vatican Pope John Paul had died on vigil of Divine Mercy Sunday in About cardinals and bishops concelebrated the Mass, and at least , people attended the Mass, with an estimated , others watching from video screens placed around Rome.
It gained approval from the Holy See to open the diocesan phase of the cause on May 7, John Paul II was widely criticised for a variety of his views.
He was a target of criticism from progressives for his opposition to the ordination of women and use of contraception ,   and from Traditional Catholics for his support for the Second Vatican Council and its reform of the liturgy.
John Paul II's response to child sexual abuse within the Church has also come under heavy censure. John Paul II was criticised by representatives of the victims of clergy sexual abuse  for failing to respond quickly enough to the Catholic sex abuse crisis.
In his response, he stated that "there is no place in the priesthood and religious life for those who would harm the young. In April , John Paul II, despite being frail from Parkinson's disease, summoned all the American cardinals to the Vatican to discuss possible solutions to the issue of sexual abuse in the American Church.
He asked them to "diligently investigate accusations". John Paul II suggested that American bishops be more open and transparent in dealing with such scandals and emphasised the role of seminary training to prevent sexual deviance among future priests.
In what The New York Times called "unusually direct language", John Paul condemned the arrogance of priests that led to the scandals:.
Priests and candidates for the priesthood often live at a level both materially and educationally superior to that of their families and the members of their own age group.
It is therefore very easy for them to succumb to the temptation of thinking of themselves as better than others. When this happens, the ideal of priestly service and self-giving dedication can fade, leaving the priest dissatisfied and disheartened.
The pope read a statement intended for the American cardinals, calling the sex abuse "an appalling sin" and said the priesthood had no room for such men.
The panel of experts overwhelmingly opposed implementation of policies of "zero-tolerance" such as was proposed by the US Conference of Catholic Bishops.
One expert called such policies a "case of overkill" since they do not permit flexibility to allow for differences among individual cases.
Law had previously resigned as archbishop of Boston in in response to the Catholic Church sexual abuse cases after Church documents were revealed that suggested he had covered up sexual abuse committed by priests in his archdiocese.
However, Maciel's trial began in during the pontificate of John Paul II, but the Pope died before it ended and the conclusions were known.
On November 10, , the Vatican published a report which found that John Paul II learned of allegations of sexual impropriety against former cardinal Theodore McCarrick , who at time was serving as Archbishop of Newark, through a letter from Cardinal John O'Connor warning him that appointing McCarrick to be Archbishop of Washington D.
John Paul II ordered an investigation, which stalled when three of the four bishops tasked with investigating claims allegedly brought back "inaccurate or incomplete information.
He created McCarrick a cardinal in McCarrick would eventually be laicized after allegations surfaced that he abused minors.
And he was accused repeatedly of taking a soft hand with them, especially in the case of Marcial Maciel , founder of the Legion of Christ. An Opus Dei spokesman said that "the influence of Opus Dei in the Vatican has been exaggerated".
Pope John Paul was alleged to have links with Banco Ambrosiano , an Italian bank that collapsed in The Vatican Bank was Banco Ambrosiano's main shareholder, and the death of Pope John Paul I in is rumoured to be linked to the Ambrosiano scandal.
Calvi, often referred to as "God's Banker", was also involved with the Vatican Bank, Istituto per le Opere di Religione , and was close to Bishop Paul Marcinkus , the bank's chairman.
Ambrosiano also provided funds for political parties in Italy, and for both the Somoza dictatorship in Nicaragua and its Sandinista opposition.
It has been widely alleged that the Vatican Bank provided money for Solidarity in Poland. Calvi used his complex network of overseas banks and companies to move money out of Italy, to inflate share prices, and to arrange massive unsecured loans.
In , the Bank of Italy produced a report on Ambrosiano that predicted future disaster. In addition to all the criticism from those demanding modernisation, some Traditionalist Catholics denounced him as well.
These issues included demanding a return to the Tridentine Mass  and repudiation of the reforms instituted after the Second Vatican Council, such as the use of the vernacular language in the formerly Latin Roman Rite Mass, ecumenism , and the principle of religious liberty.
Pius X , was excommunicated under John Paul II because of the unapproved ordination of four bishops, which Cardinal Ratzinger called a "schismatic act".
The World Day of Prayer for Peace ,  with a meeting in Assisi, Italy, in , in which the pope prayed only with the Christians,  was criticised for giving the impression that syncretism and indifferentism were openly embraced by the Papal Magisterium.
When a second 'Day of Prayer for Peace in the World'  was held, in , it was condemned as confusing the laity and compromising to false religions.
Likewise criticised was his kissing  of the Qur'an in Damascus, Syria, on one of his travels on 6 May John Paul II's continued the tradition of advocating for the "Culture of life" and, in solidarity with Pope Paul VI 's Humanae Vitae rejected artificial birth control, even in the use of condoms to prevent the spread of AIDS.
John Paul II argued that the proper way to prevent the spread of AIDS was not condoms, but rather, "correct practice of sexuality, which presupposes chastity and fidelity.
There was strong criticism of the pope for the controversy surrounding the alleged use of charitable social programmes as a means of converting people in the Third World to Catholicism.
John Paul visited General Augusto Pinochet , Chile 's military ruler. According to the United Press International , "Pope John Paul II preached the need for peaceful change and greater participation up and down Chile Augusto Pinochet's military regime In , when Pope John Paul II was delivering a speech to the European Parliament, Ian Paisley , the leader of the Democratic Unionist Party and Moderator of the Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster , shouted "I denounce you as the Antichrist!
Otto von Habsburg the last Crown Prince of Austria-Hungary , an MEP for Germany, snatched Paisley's banner, tore it up and, along with other MEPs, helped eject him from the chamber.
After the report about the handling of the sexual misconduct complaints against Theodore McCarrick, some called for John Paul II's sainthood to be revoked.
The thirty-two-year friendship and occasional academic collaboration lasted until his death. Writers Carl Bernstein , the veteran investigative journalist of the Watergate scandal , and Vatican expert Marco Politi, were the first journalists to talk to Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka in the s about her importance in John Paul's life.
They interviewed her and dedicated 20 pages to her in their book His Holiness. How could I fall in love with a middle-aged clergyman?
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Er bekannte sich in seinen wenigen Ansprachen ohne Einschränkung zu den Lehren seiner Vorgänger. Luciani hatte trotzdem sein eigenes und von seinen Vorgängern unabhängiges Profil.
Einige schon ab veröffentlichte Abhandlungen lassen es erkennen. Kurze Pontifikate sind in der Geschichte mehrfach vorgekommen, etwa bei Marcellus II.
September Er wurde in der Krypta des Petersdoms bestattet. Eine Obduktion seines Leichnams wurde sowohl von seiner Familie als auch vom Vatikan verweigert.
Der Verstorbene wurde von der Vorsteherin des päpstlichen Haushaltes, Schwester Vincenza, gegen fünf Uhr morgens im Bett seines Schlafzimmers aufgefunden; sie verständigte daraufhin die Privatsekretäre Diego Lorenzi und John Magee.
Nachgewiesen ist, dass John Magee um Uhr den Kardinal-Staatssekretär Jean-Marie Villot über den Tod des Papstes informierte.
Dann wurden Renato Buzzonetti, der Arzt des Vatikans, und Da Ros, der Leibarzt des Papstes in Venedig, informiert.
Der Todeszeitpunkt wurde auf den September, etwa um 23 Uhr, geschätzt. Nach offizieller Version wurde die Leiche im Bett aufrecht sitzend gefunden, lächelnd und mit einer Druckschrift in den Händen.
Hinzu kommt, dass am September auch ein Wetterumschwung , verbunden mit einem Herbststurm, Einfluss auf das Befinden des Papstes gehabt haben könnte.
Der österreichische Pathologe Hans Bankl untersuchte die veröffentlichten Quellen und bewertete sie in seinem Buch Viele Wege führten in die Ewigkeit.
Ihm zufolge könne man aus den vagen Angaben keine verlässlichen Schlüsse ziehen.