John Paul II Apostolic Letters

Apostolic Letters of Pope John Paul II Ad Tuendam Fidemby which certain norms are inserted into the Code of Canon Law and into the Code of Canon of the Eastern ChurchesMay 28, 1998 Apostolos Suoson the theological and juridical nature of episcopal conferencesMay 21, 1998 A Concilio Constantinopolitanofor the 1600th anniversary of the first Council of Constantinople and the 1550th anniversary of the Council of EphesusMarch 25, 1981 Dies DominiKeeping the Lord's Day HolyMay 31, 1998 Dilecti Amiciissued to the youth of the world on the occasion of international youth yearMarch 31, 1985 Divini Amoris ScientiaSaint Thérèse of the Child Jesus and the Holy Face is proclaimed a Doctor of the Universal ChurchOctober 19, 1997 Dolentium Hominum issued Motu ProprioEstablishing Pontifical Commission for the Apostolate of Health Care WorkersFebruary 11, 1985 Ecclesia DeiArchbishop Lefebvre and the four men that he consecrated as bishops excommunicated for their disobedienceJuly 2, 1988 Euntes in MundumIn ItalianJanuary 25, 1988 For the Third Centenary of the Union of the Greek-Catholic Church of Romania with the Church of RomeMay 7, 2000 Inde a Pontificatusissued Motu ProprioThe Pontifical Council For Culture and the Pontifical Council For Dialogue With Non-Believers are UnitedMarch 25, 1993 Inter Munera AcademiarumAd perpetuam rei memoriamIn LatinJanuary 28, 1999 Laetamur MagnopereLatin Edition of Catechism PromulagatedAugust 15, 1997 Master in the Faithfor the Fourth Centenary of the Death of Saint John of the CrossDecember 14, 1990 Mulieris Dignitatemon the Dignity and Vocation of Women on the occasion of the Marian YearAugust 15, 1988 Novo Millennio Ineunteat the Close of the Great Jubilee of the Year 2000January 6, 2001 Ordinatio Sacerdotalison Reserving Priestly Ordination to Men AloneMay 22, 1994 Orientale Lumento mark the Centenary of Orientalium Dignitas of Pope Leo XIIIMay 2, 1995 Patres EcclesiaeIn ItalianJanuary 2, 1980 Proclaiming Saint Thomas More Patron of Statesmen & PoliticiansIssued Motu ProprioOctober 31, 2000 Salvifici Dolorison the Christian Meaning of Human SufferingFebruary 11, 1984 Sescentesima Anniversariaon the Occasion of the Sixth Centenary of the Baptism of LithuaniaJune 5, 1987 Spiritus DominiIn ItalianAugust 1, 1987 Stella Maris issued Motu Proprio On The Apostleship Of The SeaJanuary 31, 1997 Tertio Millennio Advenienteon Preparation for the Jubilee of the Year 2000November 10, 1994 Union of Brestfor the Fourth Centenary of the Union of BrestNovember 12, 1995 Union of Uzhorodon the 350th Anniversary of the Union of UzhorodApril 18, 1996

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