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John Paul II

Syllabification: John Paul II
( 1920–2005), Polish cleric; pope 1978–2005; born Karol Jozef Wojtyla. The first non-Italian pope since 1522, he traveled abroad extensively during his papacy and upheld the Roman Catholic Church’s traditional opposition to artificial contraception and abortion, homosexuality, the ordination of women, and the relaxation of the rule of celibacy for priests.

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