John Paul II - The Greatest Pope of the 20th Century - and some might argue the greatest of all times. If you would like to find out more about the life of this great Pope, then you will want to get this four week Catholic unit study!
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Pope John Paul II was the most traveled Pope ever. Find out how many countries he visited (about 130). Make a time-line of the major countries he went to, including how many times he visited each country, which cities he went to and when he visited them. Keep studying the culture you selected on Week 3 Day 1. Today, why don’t you look up the types of food they eat.
In 1981, an attempt was made on the life of JPII. The almost-assassination occurred on May 13th, the anniversary of the first visit of Our Lady of Fatima. Did Pope JPII feel that Our Lady saved his life? How did the assassination attempt happen? Who tried to assassinate the Pope?
The polka is a popular dance in Poland and Eastern Europe. Find a video online or at your local library and learn the steps – they aren’t that hard! When you’re comfortable dancing, find some polka music and hit the dance floor!
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