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Jean XXIII

Date de naissance: 25. novembre 1881
Date de décès: 3. juin 1963
Autres noms:Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli

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Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli , fut élu pape le 28 octobre 1958 sous le nom de Jean XXIII . Il convoqua le IIe concile œcuménique du Vatican , dont il ne vit pas la fin car il mourut le 3 juin 1963, deux mois après avoir achevé l’encyclique Pacem in Terris.

Béatifié par Jean-Paul II à l’occasion du Jubilé de l’an 2000, puis canonisé par le pape François le 27 avril 2014, il est considéré comme saint par l’Église catholique romaine et fêté le 11 octobre, jour de l’ouverture de Vatican II. En Italie, on lui donne le surnom affectueux d’Il Papa Buono .

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Citations Jean XXIII

„From the saints I must take the substance, not the accidents of their virtues.“

—  Pope John XXIII
Context: From the saints I must take the substance, not the accidents of their virtues. I am not St. Aloysius, nor must I seek holiness in his particular way, but according to the requirements of my own nature, my own character and the different conditions of my life. I must not be the dry, bloodless reproduction of a model, however perfect. God desires us to follow the examples of the saints by absorbing the vital sap of their virtues and turning it into our own life-blood, adapting it to our own individual capacities and particular circumstances. If St. Aloysius had been as I am, he would have become holy in a different way. Journal of a Soul (1903)

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„We are not on earth as museum keepers, but to cultivate a flourishing garden of life and to prepare a glorious future. The Pope is dead. Long live the Pope!“

—  Pope John XXIII
Context: One of my favorite phrases that brings me great comfort: We are not on earth as museum keepers, but to cultivate a flourishing garden of life and to prepare a glorious future. The Pope is dead. Long live the Pope! Journal entry on the day Pope Pius XII died (9 October 1958); published in Journal of a Soul (1965)

„God desires us to follow the examples of the saints by absorbing the vital sap of their virtues and turning it into our own life-blood, adapting it to our own individual capacities and particular circumstances.“

—  Pope John XXIII
Context: From the saints I must take the substance, not the accidents of their virtues. I am not St. Aloysius, nor must I seek holiness in his particular way, but according to the requirements of my own nature, my own character and the different conditions of my life. I must not be the dry, bloodless reproduction of a model, however perfect. God desires us to follow the examples of the saints by absorbing the vital sap of their virtues and turning it into our own life-blood, adapting it to our own individual capacities and particular circumstances. If St. Aloysius had been as I am, he would have become holy in a different way. Journal of a Soul (1903)

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