Clematis John Paul II ~ 5 to 6 inch flowers and blooms in mid to late summer. The colors last generally better if grown in partial shade.    Zones 4-11, grows 8-10 feet. Franczak, Warsaw Poland. Pruning: 2 or 3

Clematis John Paul II Named for the Pope, this stunning Clematis has 5 to 6 inch flowers and blooms in mid to late summer. The pink bar is strongest in late summer and the colors last generally better if grown in partial shade.

Polish Creme Pastry - dubbed "Polish Papal Cake" since it's reputed to have been Pope John Paul II's favorite when he was growing up in Poland.

Polish Papal Cream Cake (Kremówka Papieska)

Easy Pastry Cream Recipe: Polish Papal Cream Cake or Kremowka Papieska

Is this the one in our collection? His Holiness Pope John Paul II enjoying a delicious yerba mate.

II, 3 - His Holiness Pope John Paul II enjoying a delicious yerba mate.

Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II -- They're more alike than you think!

From their upbringing to teachings on peace and human rights, John XXIII and John Paul II had a lot in common

Pope John Paul Playing Bocce Ball! | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Bocce is one of the oldest games around with origins dating to 5000 B. The current form of the game is definitely Italian in origin but the French game of petanque which is played primarily in Fr.

Prayer to Saint Pope John Paul II. "Oh, St. John Paul, from the window of heaven, grant us your blessing! Bless the church that you loved and served and guided, courageously leading it along the paths of the world in order to bring Jesus to everyone and everyone to Jesus. Bless the young, who were your great passion. Help them dream again, help them look up high again to find the light that illuminates the paths of life here on earth..."

Vatican issues official prayers to Saints John XXIII & John Paul II

Prayer to Saint Pope John Paul II. "Oh, St. John Paul, from the window of heaven, grant us your blessing! Bless the church that you loved and served and guided, courageously leading it along the paths of the world in order to bring Jesus to everyone and everyone to Jesus. Bless the young, who were your great passion. Help them dream again, help them look up high again to find the light that illuminates the paths of life here on earth..."

POPE JOHN PAUL II MEETS THEN-CARDINAL RATZINGER IN 1980

Espionage at the Vatican

Pope John Paul II with Cardinal Ratzinger, later his successor Pope Benedict XVII, 1980


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