John Paul II: The Life of Karol Wojtyla

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Random House Incorporated, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 152 pages
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'John Paul II - The Life of Karol Wojtyla' retraces the pope's exemplary path through powerful images including the attempt on his life and his assassin's moving confession; his meetings with the world's prominent international figures from Mother Theresa and Nelson Mandela to Yasser Arafat and Fidel Castro; and his heartfelt encounters with everyday people from across the globe. The narrative and images provide insight into the personal and deeply passionate side of an individual who will remain forever an inspirational mentor.

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Contents

THE FORMATIVE YEARS
7
AN INEVITABLE ASCENSION
37
THE LIFE OF JOHN PAUL II
75
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