Pope John Paul II and the Church

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Index
Adalbert, St., 79, 248
Agca, Mehmet Ali, 63-64, 84, 234
Agustoni, Gilberto, Cardinal, 291
Albert the Great, St., 81
Alberti, Irena Iluvjkaia, 219
Alexander I, Czar, 246
Alexis, Patriarch, 240
Alexsei, Patriarch, 226
Ambrose, St., 109, 225, 273
Anwarite, Sr., 38
Apicelli, Bruno, 108
Aquinas, Thomas, St., 81, 251, 276, 290
Arinze, Francis J., Cardinal, 228, 267, 269, 281
Aristotle, 290
Arns, Paulo Evaristo, Cardinal, 136, 149,228,230
Arrieta, Roman, Bishop, 115
Arrupe, Pedro, 225
Augustine of Canterbury, St., 82, 101, 248
Augustine of Hippo, St., 100, 109, 257, 284
Backis, Andryas, Msgr., 26
Baggio, Sebastiano, Cardinal, 67, 105, 107
Barbarito, Luigi, Archbishop, 253
Bartholemew II, Patriarch, 220, 240, 279
Bartoloni, Bruno, 235-36
Baum, Gregory, 43
Baum, William Wakefield, Cardinal, 43, 197
Beaumarchais, 229
à Becket, Thomas, St., 7, 82, 92, 101,221
de Belaguer, José María, Msgr., 66, 104
Bellarmine, Robert, St., 225
Belloc, Hilaire, 297
Benedict, St., 83, 216
Benelli, Giovanni, Cardinal, 4, 9- 11, 299, 303
Berlinguer, Enrico, 7
Berlusconi, Silvio, 282
Bernanos, Georges, 56, 285, 303
Bernardin, Joseph, Cardinal, 120, 226
Betti, Umberto, 199
Bodeslaw the Brave, King, 79, 126, 221
Boekle, Franz, 197
Boff, Leonardo, 136, 146, 148, 222, 263
Boniecki, Adam, 75-76
Boniface, St., 81
Borromeo, Charles, St., 225
Bortnowska, Halina, 84, 178, 184, 284
Bossuet, 55
Brandao, Avelar Vilela, Cardinal, 4, 9-10, 148
Brandys, Kazimierz, 74, 81
Brennan, Joseph, 109
Buell, L. S., 82
Bujak, Zbigniew, 126
Bunyan, John, 248
Bush, George, 211, 236

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