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I would like to tell you about the history of Jochn Paul ||,Presentation,John Paul ||,When he became pope,Parents of John Paul ||,John Paul II's passions,,7,Youth and John Paul ||,1,6,The end,8,5,4,3,The life of John Paul ||,Pilgrimages of John Paul ||,2,9,Siblings of John Paul ||,,Favorite prayers and songs of John Paul II ,10,death of John Paul II,1. The life of John Paul ||,,, Karol Józef Wojtyła (John Paul II) was born on May 18, 1920 in Wadowice, the son of Karol Wojtyła and his wife Emilia née Kaczorowski. The atmosphere in the family home, its surroundings, childhood and loved ones strongly influenced the spiritual and intellectual development of the future Pope. ,Little Karol, called Lolek by his loved ones from childhood experienced tender care and love .,Dad-Born in the family of Maciej and Anna. He graduated from elementary school and three lower secondary classes. From 1900 he served in the Austrian army, including in Wadowice, Lviv and Krakow. In 1906 he married Emilia Kaczorowska. Three children were born from this marriage: Edmund, Olga and Karol. After Poland gained independence as a lieutenant, he joined the Polish army and served in it to retire due to his health condition around 1927. As an extremely religious, hard-working and conscientious man. After his death of his wife in 1929, he surrounded his youngest son Karol with special love and care.,2. Parents John Paul family,,,Mom-Emilia Wojtyła, née Kaczorowska, was born on March 26, 1884 in Kraków as the fifth child in the family of Feliks, a saddler and Maria. She had eight siblings. She graduated from the monastery of the Sisters of God's Love. In 1906 she married Karol Wojtyła. She ran a home and took care of her sons Edmund and Karol, because the daughter Olga died soon after birth. Emilia was of poor health, she died on April 13, 1929, of myocarditis and kidney inflammation. She was buried at the Rakowicki Cemetery in Krakow.,Brother-Edmund Antoni Wojtyła was born on August 28, 1906 as the first child of Karol and Emilia. He was educated, among others in the Austrian cadet school in Moravia and from 1918 in the gymnasium in Wadowice, where in 1924 he graduated from high school. He studied medicine at the the Jagiellonian University in Krakow in 1924-1929. On March 29, 1930, his doctoral promotion was held at the Jagiellonian University, in which his father and younger brother also participated. He worked at the children's hospital in Krakow, and from April 1, 1931, at the Municipal Hospital in Bielsko, where he died on December 4, 1932, after catching sclerosis.,3. Siblings of John Paul II,Sister-in the 1920s, a huge tragedy met the family. It was then that the future pope's sister Olga Maria was born. Unfortunately, the girl died very quickly, because only after 16 hours after delivery. It was a powerful blow to the whole family. Karol Wojtyła did not have the opportunity to meet his sister because he was born 4 years after her,October 16, 1978 at the second conclave convened after the death of John Paul I in the eighth vote Cardinal Karol Wojtyła was elected pope and took the name of John Paul II. According to estimates, 103 cardinals voted for his candidacy.,4. When he became pope,He was the first non-Italian Pope in over 450 years, and the youngest in a century and a half. He was 58 years old.,The Holy Father John Paul II was undoubtedly the most pilgrim pope in history. During his pontificate he made 104 international pilgrimages, visiting 129 countries on all continents. In addition, he made over 140 apostolic journeys throughout Italy. Preaching the teaching of Christ, he traveled over 1.5 million km all over the world. He spoke to millions of people, visited places where no Pope had been before. He was famous for his knowledge of many languages, thanks to which he made even better contact with people of different nationalities. Meetings with him were for the faithful a great event of an almost mystical nature, often changing them internally for the rest of their lives.,5. Pilgrimages of John Paul ||,two months before his death, the Polish Pope received a hundred-strong group of footballers in the Clementine Hall,John Paul ||'s passions,,John Paul II lived sport. He was a fan, but he also played football, went skiing, and loved kayaking.,John Paul II was one of the few Popes practicing Sport,,Sports passions of Bl. John Paul II was also skiing and kayaking with his pupils. It is also mountain hiking, which he was passionate about. In Poland, he wandered around the Tatra Mountains, the Beskids and the Bieszczady Mountains. He said he prayed better there.,Saint John Paul II was a great mystic who believed very much in the power and effectiveness of prayer. The daily rhythm of the day was determined by the prayer, Holy Mass, Chaplet of Divine Mercy and Rosary.,Fauvorite prayers and songs of John Paul II ,,,oasis song The Barge became the favorite song of the Holy Father and spread during many ceremonies also liked the songs '' Abba Father '' about '' Mary, hello to you '', '' Praise meadows '', '' God, something Poland '' and other we will most remember the Holy Father singing '' Barka ',The Holy Father John Paul II was always close to young people. He sought them, met them, met them on different continents of the world, including World Youth Day. He loved youth very much. He entrusted her to the Mother of God. He prayed with all his heart for the youth. He wanted young people. He believed in them and trusted them, he said that each of them is His great hope, but also the hope of the Church and the world. As a guide and guardian of the youth, he showed her the way to God, showed the true meaning of living with Christ and His teachings.,youth and John Paul II,death of John Paul II,John Paul || died on April 2 2005 at the age of 84.,,The agony of John Paul II lasted three days, from March 31 to April 2. The whole world watched the dying pope. The Vatican was very economical in informing the Pope about his health. Everyone waited anxiously for further messages. On the day of his death, John Paul II addressed the people present at his bed with the last words: "Let me go to the Father's house".,Thank you for watching my presentation.,The end,Wiktoria Małysa kl.5,The Holy Father John Paul II was undoubtedly the most pilgrim pope in history. During his pontificate he made 104 international pilgrimages, visiting 129 countries on all continents. In addition, he made over 140 apostolic journeys throughout Italy. Preaching the teaching of Christ, he traveled over 1.5 million km all over the world. He spoke to millions of people, visited places where no Pope had been before. He was famous for his knowledge of many languages, thanks to which he made even better contact with people of different nationalities. Meetings with him were for the faithful a great event of an almost mystical nature, often changing them internally for the rest of their lives.,5. Pilgrimages of John Paul ||