John Paul II and the 1600th Anniversary of the Death of St. Cyril of Jerusalem

Bogdan Częsz

Uniwersytet Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu , Poland


Dans cet article nous sommes reféré a l’epitre de Jean Paul II a l’occasion de 1600 anniversaire de la mort de saint Cyrille de Jerusalem. Au debut le pape ecrit de la vie de saint Cyrille et suivant il presente ses merites, qui ont décide pour apporter a ce Saint le titre: „Docteur de l’Eglise”. En suite Jean Paul II enumere les themes principales dans les Catecheses du saint Cyrille, meme leur methode et leur contenu. A la fin le pape exprime son désir de revenir a l’espérance de la concorde et de la paix dans le pays, ou saint Cyrille a passe sa vie.


John Paul II, Cyril of Jerusalem

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Nautin P., La date du „De viris illustribus” de Jerome, de la morte de Cyrille de Jerusalem et de celle de Gregoire de Nazianze, RHE 56 (1961)


Częsz, B. (2007). John Paul II and the 1600th Anniversary of the Death of St. Cyril of Jerusalem. Vox Patrum, 50, 159–163.

Bogdan Częsz 
Uniwersytet Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu


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