Definition of John paul i
1. Noun. The first Pope to assume a double name; he reigned for only 34 days (1912-1978).
Generic synonyms: Bishop Of Rome, Catholic Pope, Holy Father, Pontiff, Pope, Roman Catholic Pope, Vicar Of Christ
Lexicographical Neighbors of John Paul I
Literary usage of John paul i
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Vicars of Christ: Popes, Power, and Politics in the Modern World by Michael P. Riccards (1998)
"Peter Hebblethwaite, "john paul i" in Modem Catholicism: Vatican II and After, ed. Adrian Hastings (New York: Oxford University Press, 1991), 444-46. 7. ..."
2. Gotcha by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1992)
"POPE john paul i What happened to good Pope john paul i? ... Pope john paul i was poisoned the same night he gave the order to Viot. ..."
3. Socialism for Survivalby Allan H. Keith by Allan H. Keith (1992)
"Referring to workers, Pope john paul i wrote in his book Most Illustrious Men that “they have now united in unions and various brands of socialism, ..."
4. Incantation of the Law Against Inept Critics: A Guide to Cryptic Thinking by Morten St. George (2006)
"Nonetheless, the next Pope had the number I. Pope john paul i was elected in 1978 and he died that same year after reigning only 34 days. ..."