When was Pope John Paul the second canonized?
April 27, 2014
John Paul II, Latin Johannes Paulus, original name Karol Józef Wojtyła, (born May 18, 1920, Wadowice, Poland—died April 2, 2005, Vatican City; beatified May 1, 2011; canonized April 27, 2014; feast day October 22), bishop of Rome and head of the Roman Catholic Church (1978–2005), the first non-Italian pope in 455 years …
Has a pope ever been canonized?
The most recently reigning Pope to have been canonised was Pope John Paul II, whose cause for canonisation was opened in May 2005. John Paul II was beatified on May 1, 2011, by Pope Benedict XVI and later canonised, along with Pope John XXIII, by Pope Francis on April 27, 2014.
Who did Pope John Paul II canonize?
List of saints canonized by Pope John Paul II
|No.||Saint||Date of Canonization|
|1.||Crispin of Viterbo||20 June 1982|
|2.||Maximilian Kolbe||10 October 1982|
|3.||Marguerite Bourgeoys||31 October 1982|
|4.||Jeanne Delanoue||31 October 1982|
Who was the next pope after Peter?
As with all the early popes, he was later canonized. Among those to have been pope, Peter, Linus, and Clement I are specifically named in the New Testament….Pope Linus.
|Pope Saint Linus|
|Papacy began||c. AD 67|
|Papacy ended||c. AD 76|
Who was the next Pope after Peter?
Who was the pope after John Paul II?
Pope Benedict XVI Ratzinger
Pope Benedict XVI. Ratzinger was elevated to the papacy on April 19, 2005, upon the death of Pope John Paul II, and celebrated his Papal Inauguration Mass five days later.
Who was the youngest Pope ever?
Pope Benedict IX
Aged approximately 20 at his first election, he is one of the youngest popes in history….
|Pope Benedict IX|
|Born||c. 1012 Rome, Papal States|
|Died||c. December 1055/January 1056 (age 43) Grottaferrata, Papal States|
|Other popes named Benedict|