Definition of John paul i

1. Noun. The first Pope to assume a double name; he reigned for only 34 days (1912-1978).




Lexicographical Neighbors of John Paul I

John Maynard Keynes
John McCormick
John McGraw
John Mercer
John Merven Carrere
John Mill
John Millington Synge
John Milton
John Milton Cage Jr.
John Mitchell
John Moses Browning
John Muir
John Napier
John Orley Allen Tate
John Osborne
John Paul I
John Paul II
John Paul Jones
John Philip Marquand
John Philip Sousa
John Pierpont Morgan
John Q. Public
John Quincy Adams
John R. Major
John Reed
John Robinson Jeffers
John Rock
John Roebling
John Ronald Reuel Tolkien
John Ross

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. ..."

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