The French bishops' website carried a communique from said Chancellor, Fr. Luc-Marie Lalanne, in which he denies media reports that the nun allegedly cured of Parkinson's disease through intercession of the Venerable John Paul, has suffered a relapse.
On Sunday, March 7th in Rome, The Pope John Paul II Foundation organized the series “Papal evenings at St. Stanislaus B.M. Church”. All gathered participants attended a Mass praying for the beatification of the God’s Servant - Pope John Paul II, that was celebrated by Archbishop Szczepan Wesoly: Polonia’s meritorious priest and long-standing president of the John Paul II Foundation Administrative Counsel Board.
Saturday, April 26, 2014
The annual meeting of the Administrative Council of the John Paul II Foundation took place on the19th and 20th January, 2010. Present were all the members of the Council. The purpose of the meeting was a review of the work of each of the Institutions of the Foundation for 2009.
When the day appears of April 2 the day Pope John Paul II died in 2005, it reminds us his legacy and holy life style spent in his longest pontificate period of time. Pope John Paul II is the only leader who kissed the ground when he arrived any country. During his pontificate the Pope visited more than 100 countries and he showed the world to love people and mother earth. Every person is connected with the ground and John Paul II had a sense of feelings of loving people and nature of this earth.
John Paul II was a leader wherever he traveled, he spoke against war, fascism, communism, dictatorship, materialism, abortion, relativism, unrestrained capitalism, divorce, and what he deemed the culture of death. He is often credited as one of the non-political forces, which contributed to collapse communism in Central and Eastern Europe. Pope John Paul II never compromised with any war and injustice during this long time papacy. His powerful message was that war can not bring peace on this earth. His legacies were to love, serve, forgiveness, faithful to God that will the world more peaceful and livable.