Pope John Paul II (1920-2005)


We mourn the death of Our Holy Father, John Paul II, whose legacy of peace, love, and justice will continue to have a positive impact on the Catholic Church, and indeed the world. We offer our prayers for the repose of his soul and for the future of our Church at this most difficult time.


In tribute to his memory we are privileged to present gathered in one volume the speeches John Paul II gave during his historic visit to the Middle East in March 2000, when he was able to visit the places where Jesus had lived and talked—a true pilgrimage of faith for him. In addition to the pope’s own words are the reflections of two important scholars, one Catholic and the other Jewish, who have been participants in building the interfaith dialogue.

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John Paul II in the Holy Land
In His Own Words:

With Christian and Jewish Perspectives by Yehezkel Landau and Michael McGarry, CSP
edited by Lawrence Boadt, CSP and Kevin di Camillo
Includes photos and maps
0-8091-4317-8 176 pages $12.95 Paperback

About our patners and how to write your assignment Publisher’s Introduction by Rev. Lawrence Boadt, CSP
Pope John Paul II’s Itinerary in the Holy Land, March 2000
The Journey…By Rev. Michael McGarry, CSP
Photographic Insert of Pope John Paul II in the Holy Land
Pope John Paul II’s Homilies and Messages from the Holy Land
Pope John Paul II’s Holy Land Pilgrimage: A Jewish Appraisal


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