by George Weigel
Everything Karol Wojtyla did stemmed from his conviction that Jesus Christ is the answer to the question that is every human life.
by Mother Agnes Mary Donovan, S.V.
As Sisters of Life blessed with the gift of the charism of life, Pope John Paul II is our great spiritual patriarch.
by Francis Beckwith
John Paul II profoundly influenced even those outside the visible boundaries of the Catholic Church.
by Father Peter Cameron, O.P.
John Paul II knew that artists can bring us to the Beauty who is Christ – the Beauty that will save the world.
by Hon. R. James Nicholson
Pope John Paul II, although a man of the Church, was possessed with an uncommon sense for the dynamics of globalism and the people and cultures that comprise the same.
by Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan
Our late Holy Father would laugh at the term, “John Paul II priests.” He’d remind us, ”No! We are disciples, priests of Jesus Christ.”
by Thomas Peters
Through his courage, teachings and faithfulness to Christ, Blessed John Paul II was a spiritual grandfather to my generation.
by David L. Schindler and Agata Rottkamp
John Paul II knew that a civilization of love must be cultivated in the family.
by Father Thomas Rosica, C.S.B.
Throughout his pontificate, Pope John Paul II enjoyed an incredible popularity with young Catholics. One of the great reasons for this was the emphasis he placed on World Youth Days, an initiative that he began in 1985.
by Father José Granados, D.C.J.M
John Paul II proposed his Theology of the Body as a way toward recovering the truth of love, and thus offering a Christian vision of life and culture.
by Carl Anderson
If we are to keep faith with our great friend and beloved spiritual leader, we must also look to the future.
by Kathryn Jean Lopez
It was John Paul II who taught us to “put out into the deep” in his call for a New Evangelization. We are only beginning to see the fruits of his legacy.