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Pope St John Paul II – the People’s Pope

The future starts today, not tomorrow – John Paul II In January 1945, as World War II was ending, the German army began retreating from Poland, providing new freedoms for the people. One who benefitted from the retreat was a young teenage girl named Edith Zierer, who managed to escape from a Nazi labour camp. […]

The Day I Met A Living Saint

It will be a year in April since POPE JOHN PAUL II was declared a saint in an official ceremony at the Vatican. Journalist John Coleman recalls how he met the living saint in the Pope Paul V1 Audience Hall in Rome… As Pope John Paul II, bowed as if carrying a cross, shuffled on a […]