The extraordinary treatment that the pope of Italy gave to a girl suffering from a severe brain disorder was highly praised.
Rome (European News).- The Pope approved John Paul’s miraculous miracle. His 33-day term as Pope was one of the most brief popes in history. This was the reason Pedro’s successors were born in 1978.
In a statement, the Holy See Press Office confirmed that. The date of the ceremony is not yet known.
Francis’ miracle approval is a necessary step towards becoming a blessing. This extraordinary treatment is for girls with severe brain disorders.
Albino Luciani, the first pope to be born in the 20th Century, was also the last pope who died in that century. He is also known as the last Italian pope. His sudden death was followed by the succession of the Polish cardinal Carol Wojtyla, who adopted the name John Paul II.
John Paul II, his successor declared him a servitor of God on November 23, 2003. It was the first step towards holiness. Pope Francis on November 8, 2017, confirmed his heroic virtues, and declared him His Holiness.
Luciani was born on October 17, 1912 in Forno di Canale (Canale d’Agordo today), Italy. Luciani is the son of a glass producer and was orphaned when he was ten years old. Father Giovanni Luciani married a very religious woman who played a crucial role in the child’s religious mission. Albino Luciani was established at Feltre Theological Seminary, and Belluno’s Gregorian Theological Seminary. He was ordained a pastor in 1935. He also went to Rome in 1935 to study philosophy at the Gregorian University. There he received a doctorate of theology.
Before he was elected Bishop Vittorio Veneto, in 1959, he was professor at Belluno Theological Seminary and, ten years later, he was made Patriarch of Venice. In 1973, he received the title of cardinal and was admitted to the sacramentary and worship service. Albino Luciani was a part of the innovation trend that started in the second Vatican Council. He attended its meetings from 1962 through 1965, but preferred the work as a priest to the Holy See.