My Dear Young Friends,a collection of 52 weekly reflections on living in the Spirit, invites young people to read and act on Pope John Paul II's inspiring addresses to young people gathered at annual World Youth Day celebrations.
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Each weekly reflection inMy Dear Young Friendscontains the following sections:. Bring the heartwarming messages of the Pope directly to the teens you love--they will be inspired and transformed each week of the year.
This collection of 52 weekly reflections invites young people to read and act on Pope John Paul II's inspiring addresses to young people gathered at annual World Youth Day celebrations. Each reflection contains a Scripture passage related to the theme for the week, a message from the pope, a "Think About That" section asking the reader to ponder the pope's message, and more. He won their hearts and minds because he genuinely believed in their ability tochange the world for the better.
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He cared about them. He respected them.
Most important, he challenged them to a deep and profound love for Christ through his Church. During World War II, he worked in a stone quarry and chemical factory while preparing for the priesthood.
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He received a Ph. He was ordained in and became Auxiliary Bishop of Krakow in He was a university chaplain and taught ethics at Krakow and Lublin.
In , he became Archbishop of Krakow and in , a Cardinal. On October 16, , he was elected as the first non-Italian Pope since Peter's Square in the Vatican, but recovered fully. He greatly influenced the restoring of democracy and religious freedom in Eastern Europe and reaffirmed the Roman Catholic teachings against homosexuality, abortion, "artificial" methods of reproduction, birth control and priest celibacy.
He rejected the ordination of women and opposed direct political participation and office holding of priests.
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