Who was the pope in Papa Giovanni Ioannes XXIII?

Who was the pope in Papa Giovanni Ioannes XXIII?

Papa Giovanni – Ioannes XXIII ( 2002) Papa Giovanni – Ioannes XXIII. The inspirational story of the jolly cardinal Angelo Roncalli, who looks back at his memories as a poor country priest and is eventually elected pope of the Roman Catholic Church.

Is there a movie about Pope John XXIII?

Like most of the biopics with typical TV productions style, Giorgio Capitani’s movie (made along with IL PAPA BUONO with Bob Hoskins in the lead) does reveal certain mainstays of its genre. Its length, its low budget, its mode in general and, particularly, its flashbacks through which the story is told is nothing new.

How old was Pope Pius XII when he died?

When Pius XII dies on October, the 9th, 1958, 77 year-old Angelo goes to Rome, to conclave to choose a new pope. However, this time, it is him who hears gentle words of Jesus “Tu es Petrus!” (“You are Peter!”) and from October, the 28th leads the church as Pope John XXIII.

When did Pope John XXIII become Pope Paul VI?

In John XXIII’s first consistory on 15 December of that same year, Montini was created a cardinal and would become John XXIII’s successor in 1963, taking the name of Paul VI. Pope John XXIII’s coronation on 4 November 1958. He was crowned wearing the 1877 Palatine Tiara.

Who was the fourth child of Pope John XXIII?

Pope John XXIII. Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli was the fourth of fourteen children born to a family of sharecroppers who lived in a village in Lombardy. He was ordained to the priesthood on 10 August 1904 and served in a number of posts, as nuncio in France and a delegate to Bulgaria, Greece and Turkey.

Is there a school named after Pope John XXIII?

Legacy. John XXIII College (Perth) in Western Australia is a Catholic school named after John XXIII, Pope John Senior High School and Junior Seminary in Koforidua, Ghana and the Catholic Learning Community of John XXIII, a primary school in Sydney. Roncalli College is located in Timaru, New Zealand.