John Paul II Archbishop Karol Woftyla
Teachings for an Unbelieving World is a newly discovered work written by St. John Paul II-then Archbishop Karol Wojtyla of Kraków-in the years just after Vatican II. He uses St. Paul's sermon to the people of Athens in Acts 17 as a framework for articulating the faith in a culture of skepticism and unbelief. These thirteen brief reflections provide compelling teaching for Catholics in today's post-Christian world and give fresh insight into JPII's pontificate. This is the first English-language publication of this important work.
St. John Paul II composed these thirteen reflections at a unique point of convergence in history-the closing of Vatican II in 1965 and the 1966 observance of one thousand years of Christianity in Poland.
|Brand||Ave Maria Press|
|Author||JOHN PAUL II|
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