Pope John XXIII

Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli

Also known as Giovanni XXIII, Giovanni XXIII°, His Holiness Pope John XXIII, Jean XXIII, João XXIII, Johannes XXIII, Johannes XXIII., Papa Giovanni, Papa Giovanni XXIII, Pape Jean XXIII, Papst Johannes XXIII, Paus Johannes XXIII, S.S. Giovanni XXIII
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/john_xxiii/

Discography of Pope John XXIII:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Le Pape Vous Parle En Français 5 Audio 1958 Paris Match
2 Il Testamento Spirituale / La Sua Voce 2 Audio 1963 Discoteca Missionaria
3 Johannes XXIII 6 Audio 1963 Philips
4 I Messaggi Di S.S. Giovanni XXIII 9 Audio Voci Storiche
5 Giovanni, Il Papa Dal Cuore Di Fanciullo 4 Audio Meazzi
6 La Sua Voce - Il Testamento Spirituale 2 Audio GMG (3)
7 Jean XXIII Ami De La France 2 Audio 1959 Radiodiffusion-Télévision Française (RTF)
8 Parole Vive Del Papa Buono 8 Audio Edizioni Paoline
9 Parole Vive 6 Audio Edizioni Paoline
10 Messaggio E Benedizione Di S.S. Giovanni XXIII 2 Audio
11 La Voce Di Papa Giovanni/ Date Una Carezza Ai Vostri Bambini 4 Audio 1962-10-11 Discoteca Missionaria
12 Wort An Deutschland 2 Audio
13 Urbi Et Orbi / Introitus "Spiritus Domini Replevit" 4 Audio Sacred Records (5)
14 La Voce Del Papa Buono 2 Audio Edizioni Paoline
15 La Voce Del Papa Buono 3 Audio Littera Editore
16 Papa Giovanni XXIII 6 Audio 1963
17 La Voce Del Papa Buono Giovanni XXIII 2 Audio Sonor Record
18 Il Papa Buono 4 Audio


Known as "Good Pope John" and "the most loved Pope in history" to many people, Pope John XXIII was born Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli in November 25, 1881, and was elected as the 261st Pope of the Catholic Church and sovereign of Vatican City on October 28, 1958. He was preceded by Pope Pius XII and was, in turn, succeeded by Pope Paul VI. Considered a reformer of the church, Pope John XXIII called the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965) but did not live to see it to completion, dying on June 3, 1963. He was beatified on September 3, 2000, by [a=His Holiness Pope John Paul II], whereupon his very well-preserved body was moved from its original burial place in the grottoes below St Peter's Basilica to the altar of St. Jerome for veneration. It was then reburied in a new vault beneath the basilica; where John Paul II would also be interred five years later.


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