From the Back Cover
Also from Pope John Paul II On the Coming of the Third Millennium (Tertio Millennio Adveniente) Calling in this apostolic letter for a renewed commitment to the teachings of Vatican II as the best preparation for the new millennium, the Holy Father reflects on the goal of unity among all Christians and the need for the Church to ask forgiveness. He recommends a three-year period, 1997-1999, as a time to concentrate on the themes of Christ, Holy Spirit, and Father. English: No. 042-7, 76 pp.; Spanish: No. 043-5, 76 pp. On Catechesis in Our Time (Catechesi Tradendae) This timeless apostolic exhortation reflects on the realities and joys of bringing the mystery of Christ to all the world.. No. 654-9, 100 pp. Redeemer of Man (Redemptor Hominis) Pope John Paul II's first encyclical explores the relationship between the mystery of redemption in Jesus Christ and human dignity. No. 003-6, 100 pp.
About the Author
Pope John Paul II was elected to the papacy in October 1978 and served the Church until his death in 2005. During his papacy, he wrote 14 encyclicals, 15 apostolic exhortations, 11 apostolic constitutions, and 45 apostolic letters. He also published five books including The Poetry of John Paul II--Roman Triptych: Meditations.