2 Important Places in His Life Bergamo Venice Sotto il Monte Sotto il Monte Born in 1881 Bergamo Attended minor seminary from and served at the bishop s secretary from Venice Served as patriarch from 1953 to 1958 Rome Studied for the priesthood from , and lived as pope from 1958 until his death in 1963 Rome
3 Sotto il Monte Birthplace of Angelo Roncalli
4 Giovanni Battista Roncalli Angelo s Father Angelo was the first son, after three daughters (13 brothers and sisters in all) of Giovanni Battista Roncalli and Marianna Mazzola.
5 Room where Angelo was born Angelo Giuseppe was born at 10:15 in the morning, on November 25, 1881.
6 The House & Courtyard of the House Where Angelo Was Born
7 Church of Santa Maria Where he was baptized by Fr. Francesco Rebuzzini In this same church, he also celebrated a Mass of thanksgiving on August 15, 1904 a few days after his ordination. The parish baptismal registry indicates that he was baptized on the day of this birth & his great-uncle Zaverio Roncalli was the godfather.
8 Angelo & His Family Were Sharecroppers
9 Carvico, Italy He and 54 other children were confirmed on February 13, 1889 by Bishop Guindani. Angelo s sponsor was Giuseppe Ravasio.
10 Church of Santa Maria Assunta in Brusicco On March 31, 1889 he received his First Communion from his parish priest, don Francesco Rebuzzini.
11 Bergamo, Italy On November 7, 1892 he entered the minor seminary. In June 1895, not yet fourteen, he received the cassock & was admitted to the tonsure.
12 Seminary of Apollinare in Rome, the Major Seminary where he studied On January 4, 1901 he officially began to study in Rome and was admitted to the 2 nd year of theology.
13 Roncalli at the Major Seminary in 1901
14 Roncalli the Soldier In 1901 he started his compulsory military service as a member of the 73 rd infantry regiment. He was discharged on November 30, 1902 with the rank of sergeant.
15 Roncalli with His Brother Seminarians On July 13, 1904 he received a doctorate in sacred theology.
16 Santa Maria in Monte Santo, in Piazza del Popolo He was ordained by Mons. Giuseppe Ceppelletti, titular Patriarch of Constantinople on August 10, 1904 in the Church of St. Mary in Monte Santo.
17 Clementine Chapel in St. Peter s Basilica On August 11, 1904 Roncalli celebrated his first Mass in the Clementine Chapel in St. Peter's Basilica.
18 Angelo Roncalli the Young Priest
19 Secretary to the Bishop of Bergamo On January 29, 1905 he was chosen as a secretary by the new bishop of Bergamo, Mons. Giacomo Maria Radini Tedeschi. He also taught at the local seminary until the death of the bishop in 1914.
20 Return to Military Service In 1915 Roncalli was called back to military service where he helped with health care before being honorably discharged as a lieutenant chaplain.
21 Military Chaplain He was recalled to military service on May 23, 1915 as a sergeant for health and then as a military chaplain. He was discharged in March 1919.
22 Pope Benedict XV In 1921 Pope Benedict XV named him domestic prelate and president of the Italian National Council of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith.
23 President of the Italian National Council The Offices of Propaganda Fide in Piazza di Spagna where Roncalli was president from 1921 to 1925.
24 Episcopal ordination, held in Rome in San Carlo al Corso Church on March 19, 1925
25 Angelo Roncalli Official, Nuncio & Delegate Apostolic Nuncio to France ( ) Papal Official to Bulgaria ( ) Apostolic Delegate to Greece ( ) Apostolic Delegate to Turkey ( ) Titular Archbishop of Areopolis, Jordan ( )
26 Bulgaria Choumen, Northern Bulgaria, The refectories of the Pope
27 Roncalli Papal Delegate
28 Angelo Roncalli Papal Delegate
29 Roncalli Papal Delegate
30 Roncalli Papal Delegate
31 Roncalli Papal Delegate
32 Papal Delegate in Eastern Europe Roncalli s work in Greece, Turkey, & Bulgaria laid a foundation for the tasks of ecumenism that would be addressed at the Second Vatican Council.
33 Papal Nuncio to France Pope Pius XII named Roncalli as Papal Nuncio to France a role he assumed on January 1, 1945 while World War II was still taking place.
34 Papal Delegate During World War II During this period of Roncalli s life (which coincided with World War II) he helped Jews fleeing from European countries occupied by the Nazis.
35 Named a Cardinal by Pope Pius XII on January 12, 1953 On January 15, 1953 Roncalli received the cardinal s biretta from Vincent Auriol, the President of the French Republic.
36 One of 24 New Cardinals Carlo Agostini, the Patriarch of Venice, was also to be made a cardinal, but he died before the January 12 th Consistory.
37 The Patriarch of Venice On January 15, 1953 Roncalli was made the Patriarch of Venice - just three days after being made a cardinal.
38 Cardinal Roncalli with His Family
39 The Patriarch of Venice
40 The Cardinal & His Episcopal Crest
41 Papal Conclave of 1958 After the death of Pope Pius XII on October 9, 1958, Cardinal Roncalli went to Rome for the conclave.
42 White Smoke Announcing the New Pope After the long pontificate of Pope Pius XII, the cardinals chose a man who, it was presumed because of his advanced age, would be a short-term or "stop-gap" pope.
43 Pope John XXIII s Coat of Arms
44 Visiting Prisoners in Regina Coeli On December 26, 1958, he visited prisoners in the Roman prison of Regina Coeli, telling them: "You can not come to me, so I come to you... So here I am here, I have come, you have seen me; I set my eyes to yours, I put my heart close to your heart.. the first letter you will write to home must carry the news that the pope was to you and is committed to pray for your family."
45 Walking the Vatican Gardens
46 Pope John XXIII in His Papal Office
47 Signing One of His Encyclicals Two of his most significant encyclicals were Mater et Magistra (May 15, 1961) & Pacem in Terris (April 11, 1963).
48 John XXIII signs Humanae Salutis, formally convoking Vatican Council II
49 The Papal Bull Humanae Salutis Many who were shocked when Pope John XXIII announced a new ecumenical council on January 25, 1959 were still amazed when it was made official on December 25, 1961.
50 Pilgrimage to Loreto & Assisi On October 4, 1962, a week before the beginning of the council, John XXIII went on pilgrimage to Loreto and Assisi to entrust the fate of the imminent Council to the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Francis.
51 Opening the Second Vatican Council The Council was officially opened on October 11, 1962 by Pope John XXIII in the Vatican Basilica.
52 International Balzan Prize for Peace On March 1, 1963 Pope John XXIII received the prize for his efforts to avoid conflicts throughout the world and to foster peace between peoples.
53 The Death of Pope John XXIII The Pope died of stomach cancer on the evening of June 3, 1963, at 7:49 PM.
54 John XXIII s Final Resting Place On June 3, Pentecost Sunday and 38 th anniversary of his death - his body was found intact and then moved from an underground chapel in Saint Peter's Basilica to a side altar dedicated to Saint Jerome.
55 Canonization & Feast Day Beatified September 3, 2000 by Pope John Paul II Canonized April 27, 2014 by Pope Francis Feast Day: October 11 Patron of: Papal delegates
56 Contemporaneous Saints & Blesseds Saint Maria Goretti Pope Saint Pius X Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati Blessed Miguel Pro Saint Faustina Kowalska Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross (Edith Stein) Saint Katherine Drexel Saint Gianna Beretta Molla Saint Pio of Pietrelcina Saint Josemaria Escriva Blessed Teresa of Calcutta Saint Charles Lwanga Saint Damien of Molokai Saint John Bosco Saint Maximilian Kolbe
St. Hugh of Grenoble Catholic Church Second Sunday of Easter (or of Divine Mercy) April 27, 2014 Blessed are those who have not seen and have believed. John 20:29b Clergy Rev. Walter J. Tappe, Pastor The
In The Footsteps of Blessed Pope John XXIII: A Pilgrimage of Renewal & Hope 10 days / 8 nights The Second Vatican Council, 1962-65, has been called the greatest religious event of the Twentieth Century
January 23 1747a Print these inserts, and then trim the pages according to the crop marks in the corners to fit them in your missal. JANUARY 23 [In the Dioceses of the United States] Saint Marianne Cope,
University of Dayton ecommons Marian Thoughts of Pope Benedict XVI Marian Thoughts of the Popes 6-2009 June 2009 Pope Benedict XVI Follow this and additional works at: http://ecommons.udayton.edu/imri_popes_benedict_xvi
What is Church? Who is Church? The church is a sign of the mystery of God s love. In the church, we share a journey of faith. God has made known to us the mystery of his will to gather up all things in
SAINTS OF MERCY MARY THE HOLY MOTHER OF GOD, SOLEMNITY Mary, our Blessed Mother, was only a young girl when she learned that she was going to be an important part of God s plan for the whole world. Tradition
+ BISHOP ALDEN JOHN BELL Priest of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles 1932-1956 Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles 1956-1962 Sixth Bishop of the Diocese of Sacramento 1962-1979 1904-1982 SACRAMENTO
Liturgical Calendar for the Diocese of Dallas Lectionary Cycle C & Year I weekday cycle Published by the Office of Worship Solemnities/Feasts/Memorials/Optional Memorials/vesture Ordinary Time during Summer
VATICAN II AND YOU ITS STORY AND MEANING FOR TODAY Session Topics The Story of the Second Vatican Council Exploring the Reform of Our Liturgy The Wisdom and Relevance of the Constitutions on the Church
Pilgrim Year of Preparation July 2018 1 Feast of St. Junipero Serra Canonized in September 2015 by the Holy Father in Washington, DC; according to Pope Francis, he was one of the founding fathers of the
Archdiocese of Washington Map of the Archdiocese of Washington Page A-1 History of the Archdiocese of Washington Catholicism was brought to Maryland in 1634 when Jesuit Father Andrew White celebrated the
SPIRIT of TRUTH Saint Cards List of Saints St. Mary Margaret Alacoque....1 St. Jeanne D'Arc....2 St. Thomas Aquinas....3 St. Clare of Assisi... 4 St. Francis of Assisi....5 St. Augustine.......................................................................
A FRIENDLY GUIDE TO max vodola Published in Australia by Garratt Publishing 32 Glenvale Crescent Mulgrave, Vic. 3170 www.garrattpublishing.com.au Copyright Max Vodola 2012 All rights reserved. Except as
With Fun Pope Trivia Most trivia taken from the book: The Incredible Book of Vatican Facts and Papal Curiosities, by Nino Lo Bello. Additional information from The Catholic Encyclopedia and Wikipedia How
The Grace Vine June 2013 Fathers (and Mothers) and Friends By Bette Brooks They lived not only in ages past; there are hundreds of thousands still. The world is bright with the joyous saints who love to
Bring Hope to a Hurting World Intro: We live in a messy world; one might even say a dysfunctional world. Sin has marred the beauty of God s creation. All human beings suffer as a result of personal sin
Lesson 5: State in Life Vocation SWBAT define state in life vocation and explain that the 3 branches symbolize the 3 State in Life Vocations. Materials State in Life Vocation Definition sheet, posted in
Grade 3 Chapter 10 (1/13 and 1/16) The bishops are the successors of the Apostles who teach, lead, and make the Church holy. The Pope is the successor of Peter, the bishop of Rome, and the leader of the
Chrism Mass Holy Rosary Cathedral 12 April 2017 Dear brothers in the priesthood; dear Deacons Francesco, Giovanni and Juan, here today to witness the consecration of the sacred chrism that, please God,
The Direction of Intention My God, give me the grace to perform this action with you and through love for you. In advance, I offer to you all the good that I will do and accept all the difficulty I may
January 2013 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 2 3 4 5 Mary, Mother of God New Year s Day St. Elizabeth Ann Seton St. John Neumann 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Epiphany of the Lord Acceptance
Introduction Jean-Charles DESCUBES Archbishop of Rouen President of the Council for Family and Social Questions of the Bishops Conference of France Presentation of the Compendium of the Social Doctrine
The Conclave Of October 28, 1958 (Chapter 8 in Il Papa Non Eletto by Benny Lai) Translated by Nellie Villegas The unforeseen worsening of the health conditions of Pius XII, understood in the space of forty-eight
Teaching the A Workbook for Faith Formation and Education Saints for the month of OCTOBER Where higher learning meets faithful service. 1 The saints selected for this month are drawn from the Witnesses
1 Our Church Family Has a Big Meeting We Pray Together Thank you God for giving us the Church to help us. We are part of your family on earth. Help us make others feel welcome too. Amen. The Catholic Church
30 th Sunday in Ordinary Time By witnessing to the Good News, we share God s love. The opponents of Jesus just won t give up! Last week, they tried to trip him up on the sticky question of taxes to Caesar.
Catholic Travel Centre Worldwide Tours and Pilgrimages ~ presents ~ A Pilgrimage to Italy Including: Assisi, Loreto, Lanciano, San Giovanni Rotondo, Rome & Much More! Under the Spiritual Direction of Fr.
St. Charles Borromeo St. Charles Borromeo was born in the Castle of Arona,, a town on the southern shore of Lake Maggiore in northern Italy,, on October 2, 1538 His father was Count Giberto Borromeo, and
Solemnity of All Saints, November 1, 2016 Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the Kingdom of heaven. Blessed are they who mourn, for they will be comforted. Blessed are the meek, for they will
Carlo Maria Viganò Tit. Archbishop of Ulpiana Apostolic Nuncio SCIO CUI CREDIDI [ II Tim 1:12 ] Before starting my writing, I would first of all like to give thanks and glory to God the Father for every
Our Lady of Medjugorje Prayer to the Queen of Peace Mary, Mother of God and Our Mother, Queen of Peace! You came to us to lead us to God. Obtain for us the grace not only to say: Be it done to me according
A Maltese Monk in Scotland A century ago, the Benedictine community at the abbey of Fort Augustus in Scotland included a Maltese monk, Dom Mauro Caruana. At the same time, he also exercised an active pastoral
Saints of Italy Not only is Italy a land of unforgettable charm and beauty, it is also a land made rich in grace by its colourful history of holy men and women. Follow their paths etched into our faith
Website www.stedwardbowie.com Newsletter October 21, 2018 Father Scott Holmer, Pastor Maureen Curtis, Director of Religious Education (301) 249-9199 Monday through Friday 9:00am to 2:00pm (301) 249-9599
+ BISHOP RICHARD JOHN GARCIA Priest for the Archdiocese of San Francisco 1973 -- 1981 Priest of the Diocese of San Jose 1981 -- 1997 Auxiliary Bishop of the Diocese of Sacramento 1997 2006 Bishop of the
Vilnius in the history of devotion to divine mercy God has ordained all this in a mysterious way, because this was begun in Vilnius, and now God s will has so directed the circumstances that this matter
Appendix of Saints The Diocese of Scranton is grateful to the Diocese of Harrisburg for permission to use the following Appendix of Saints. This appendix of Saints, along with several Beati and Servants
Page1 1 Fatima: Chronological Outline The Location According to tradition, the small village of Fatima was named after a young Muslim woman who was captured by the Portuguese after a victory over the Muslims
Archbishop Sambi, U.S. nuncio since early 2006, dies at age 73 Italian Archbishop Pietro Sambi, the Vatican nuncio to the United States, died late July 27 at Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore after
Sacred Heart College, Tirupattur A MEGA QUIZ ON DON BOSCO 1. When and where was John Bosco born? On 16 th August 1815 at Becchi in Castelnuovo, Italy 2. Who were the parents of John Bosco? Francis Bosco
The Shepherd Speaks 1. Day of the Clergy: St. John Mary Vianney Day is at our door (4 th August). It is the day of the Priests. St. John Mary Vianney is supposed to have said Oh, how great is the Priest!
catholic diocese of christchurch archives bishops of christchurch resource pack A diocese is a portion of the people of God which is entrusted to the pastoral care of a bishop. Bishops are appointed by
October 11, 2012 to November 24, 2013 The Archdiocese of Philadelphia Year of Faith Guidebook The Twelve Articles of Faith A month-by-month plan to enrich and deepen our understanding of the fundamental
Liturgical Calendar Supplement for 2018 Office for Divine Worship Following is a diocesan calendar of select liturgical celebrations arranged by season. Advent With Evening Prayer I of the First Sunday
PAPAL CALENDAR FOR 2015 Bishops Office for United States Visitors to the Vatican Via dell Umiltà, 30 00187 Rome Tel (calling from USA): 011.39.06.6900.1821 FAX (faxing from USA): 011.39.06.679.1448 e-mail:
Catholic Diocese of Columbus Liturgical Calendar - FOR YOUR PERMANENT RECORDS Table of Precedence of Liturgical Days. The Paschal Triduum of the Passion and Resurrection of the Lord Title, founder or principal
2014-03-27 Vatican Radio (Vatican Radio) The official programme of the Pilgrimage of Pope Francis to the Holy Land was released on Thursday at a Press Conference at the offices of the Latin Patriarch of
2018 C.C.D. Booklet PreK-8th Grade Faith Formation Helping Children Strengthen Their Love and Relationship with God JULY 2018 AUGUST 2018 11 8:00-12:00 Religious Education 12 9:15-10:45 Snapshot of SEPTEMBER
Pope appoints Most Rev Vincent Nichols 11 th Archbishop of Westminster Biography of Archbishop Vincent Nichols Vincent Nichols was born in Crosby, Liverpool, on 8 November 1945. He studied for the priesthood
Pater Noster Fraternity Queen of Peace Region Newsletter November 2018 St. Stephen the Martyr Catholic Church Gonderinger Parish Center 16701 S St., Omaha, NE 68135 Vision: The Pater Noster Secular Franciscan
FORMED: NOVEMBER LITURGICAL CALENDAR ALL SAINTS Study: Symbolon: Knowing the Faith, Session 9: Mary and the Saints Watch: Pope John Paul II Watch: Saint Rita Watch: Saint Giuseppe Moscati Watch: Bakhita:
A New Bishop for the Diocese of Lancaster On Monday 12th February Pope Francis appointed Canon Paul Swarbrick as the Seventh Bishop of Lancaster. Bishop-Elect Paul will be ordained bishop on Monday 9th
1. St. Mary (Date of Assumption into Heaven unknown) 2. St. Joseph (Date of death unknown) 3. St. Peter (Died c. 64-67 AD) 4. St. Paul (Died c. 64-67 AD) 5. The 12 apostles (Last one [John] died c. 100
RCIA Significant Moments from the Past Session 25 The Church will receive its perfection only in the glory of heaven, at the time of Christ s glorious return. Until that day, the Church progresses on her
University of Dayton ecommons Marian Thoughts of Pope Benedict XVI Marian Thoughts of the Popes 10-2011 October 2011 Pope Benedict XVI Follow this and additional works at: http://ecommons.udayton.edu/imri_popes_benedict_xvi
Agenzia FIDES 22 October 207 Special Feature for Mission Sunday - 22 October 207 CATHOLIC CHURCH STATISTICS WORLD POPULATION CATHOLICS PERSONS/CATHOLICS PER PRIEST ECCLESIASTICAL CIRCUMSCRIPTION MISSION
Diocese of Columbus Grade Eight Religion COS Based on the Six Tasks of Catechesis* I. Catechesis promotes Knowledge of the Faith (Catechism of the Catholic Church, 26-1065; General Directory for Catechesis,
PAPAL CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER 2017 APRIL 2018 Bishops Office for United States Visitors to the Vatican Via dell Umiltà, 30 00187 Rome Tel (calling from USA): 011.39.06.6900.1821 FAX (faxing from USA): 011.39.06.679.1448
Regional Coat of Arms Juan de Padilla Regional Retreat 2013 Wichita, Kansas What is a Coat of Arms What does it represent? Coat of Arms Protection & Identity A coat of arms is used to cover, protect, and
St. Patrick Catholic Church YOUTH CALENDAR 2018-2019 When PEACE is missing, JESUS is the missing piece! August/September 2018 2018 August 26 August 27 August 28 August 29 August 30 August 31 1 9th grade
MORE QUESTIONS CATHOLICS ASK ABOUT CANON LAW Chapter Eight The Canonization of Saints 56. Who is eligible to become a saint? The short answer to the question is that you may become a saint. God calls all
WORKSHOPS 1. Faith and Understanding: Helping Teens to Live and Love Their Catholic Faith Presenter: Rev. Bernard Bourgeois Are your teenage children or students rebelling at the thought of living their
The Bishop as Servant of Catholic Renewal A Pastoral Letter to the People of the Ecumenical Catholic Communion from Peter Elder Hickman, Presiding Bishop Where the Bishop is, there let the multitude of
THE BEATIFICATION OF THE POPE JOHN PAUL II AND THE NEW DAWN IN NIGERIA May 21, 2011 ABUJA - The beatification of Pope John Paul II has come and gone but not without great memories for those who physically
CREDITS, USAGE, AND ERRORS AUTHOR: These pages were created by William E. Steiner. PERMISSIONS: You may use this album page file to print album pages for yourself, your friends or your children. You may
Pilgrimages 08 09 OVER OF SERVICE THE THE GENUINE GENUINE EXPERIENCE EXPERIENCE Experience the Harvest difference... Celebrated Chaplains What a difference a pastoral priest makes in keeping focus on the
Vatican II and the Church today How is the Catholic Church Organized? Equal not Same A Rite represents an ecclesiastical, or church, tradition about how the sacraments are to be celebrated. Each of the
PUBLIC REPORT TO STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AND WELL BEING, CATHOLIC EDUCATION AND HUMAN RESOURCES COMMITTEE ELEMENTARY AND FULL DAY KINDERGARTEN ENROLMENT AS OF SEPTEMBER 10, 2014 Restore to me the joy of your
! Francis has dominated the world headlines these past days. Not our new Father Francis, who dominates the headlines here in Iroquois, but our Holy Father Francis, who was in the Holy Land. During that
Archdiocese of Washington Map of the Archdiocese of Washington Page A-1 History of the Archdiocese of Washington Catholicism was brought to Maryland in 1634 when Jesuit Father Andrew White celebrated the
My Experience on Our Pilgrimage to Italy William Wahlers Before the pilgrimage actually happened, I wasn t sure I would even be able to go. But, by the Grace of God, I did. As the pilgrimage got closer
CHRISTIAN CHURCH THE FIRST CHRISTIANS Jesus of Nazareth is Born Jesus teachings make people think in a different, more loving way. He makes them want to change their lives for the better. He fulfills the
Over 100 Benefits of Eucharistic Adoration 1. Every Holy Hour we make so pleases the Heart of Jesus that it is recorded in Heaven and retold for all eternity! (St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta) 2. The spiritual
St. Joseph Church December 16, 2018 Third Sunday of Advent 440 Joliet St., Dyer, IN 46311 (219) 865-2271 www.stjosephdyer.org Rev. Ted J. Mauch, Pastor Rev. Mr. Gary Blue, Deacon Prayer God of all peoples,
THE ROME EXPERIENCE A SUMMER PROGRAM FOR DIOCESAN SEMINARIANS 2017 Mission of The Rome Experience Program Courses How to Apply THE ROME EXPERIENCE May 22 July 5, 2017 OUR MISSION & PROGRAM OVERVIEW Founded
FORUM ON RELIGION AND ECOLOGY AT YALE http://fore.research.yale.edu/ Frequently Asked Questions on the Papal Encyclical 1. What is an encyclical? The word encyclical originally meant a circular letter.
Fatima and the Holy Father In this evening s talk on Fatima and the Holy Father, I am going to cover both the Pope in the message of Fatima and the history of the Popes response to the Fatima message from
2008 Catholic Liturgical Calendar (Year A) Compiled by David Bennett for ChurchYear.Net This Catholic Liturgical calendar lays out the 2008 Catholic Solemnities, Feasts, and Memorials. Marked beside each