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Wit and wisdom of good Pope John
John XXIII Pope.
|Statement||collected by Henry Fesquet ; translated by Salvator Attanasio, with an introduction by the Abbot of Downside.|
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The Wit, Wisdom and Passion of the Pulpit. By Bell, James. Read preview. there being a dearth of appropriate sermons. Within the pleasing covers and attractively printed pages of this book there is much to nourish mind and heart, intellect and will - gourmet morsels for the erudite and good staples for the rest of us. Pope John Paul II. This gentle wit and humility drew him into people's hearts after his election as Pope in "Good Pope John" became well-loved during his papacy for his humility, joyful spirit, and gentle wit. Surprising the world with his intention to call the Second Vatican Council, he was not a stranger to the pressures and worries of life.
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The Wit and Wisdom of Good Pope John book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Collected writings of Pope John XXIII/5. "The Wit and Wisdom of Good Pope John" may not always be witty or wise, but provides a glimpse of the man whose large shadow, genial smile and warm heart loomed over his time and ours.
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Published innot long after the pope’s death, the book had torn and yellowed pages. Despite [the assistant novice director’s] warning not to lose myself in books, the temptation to peek inside was : COVID Resources.
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The wit and wisdom which characterized the late and great Pope John XXIII are brought sharply into focus in Henri Fesquet's compilation of some of the Pontiff's most memorable ""sayings, anecdotes, maxims and recollections of serious or amusing occasions"".
Get this from a library. Wit and wisdom of good Pope John. [John, Pope; Henri Fesquet] -- In this delightful and touching collection of sayings and anecdotes, the compiler lets Pope John XXIII draw his own portrait. In its pages we grasp something of the interior energies and impulses of.
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Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Scanned in China. Uploaded by Unknown on Febru SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata)Pages: By chance, I stumbled upon an old, cracked, yellowing paperback called “Wit and Wisdom of Good Pope John,” written by a man named Henri Fesquet, in Inside was a compilation of some of the wittiest stories about John XXIII, who died the year before the book was published.
(Originally the book came out in French.). John XXIII, Pope, - Anecdotes Wit and wisdom of good Pope John: sayings and anecdotes / collected by Henri Fesquet ; translated by Salvator Attanasio ; with an introduction by the Abbot of Downside - Details - Trove.
There was a paperback floating around the seminary library called “Wit and Wisdom of Good Pope John,” written by a man named Henri Fesquet. Inside was a compilation of humorous stories about John XXIII, who died the year before the book was published.
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Pope John XXIII was the last pope to use full papal ceremony, some of which was abolished after Vatican II, while the rest fell into disuse. His papal coronation ran for the traditional five hours (Pope Paul VI, by contrast, opted for a shorter ceremony, while later popes declined to Created cardinal: 12 Januaryby Pius XII.
The wit and wisdom of Kerry – an immodest selection If a plain box is good enough for the Pope a middle price coffin is good enough for me. Too good, maybe. By chance, I stumbled upon an old, cracked, yellowing paperback called “Wit and Wisdom of Good Pope John,” written by a man named Henri Fesquet, in Inside was a compilation of some of the wittiest stories about John XXIII, who died the year before the book was published.
(Originally the book came out in French.). John XXIII is my avatar for holy humor. In fact, I was introduced to the life of this seminal figure in contemporary religious history not through any scholarly autobiography or learned lecture but through a book called "Wit and Wisdom of Good Pope John," which I stumbled across in a retreat house.
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