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Was John Paul I Really a "Saint"?

Francis opened on October 13 the way for a “beatification” of John Paul I (Albino Luciani, +1978), but the journalist Americo Mascarucci remains sceptical.

He stresses on MarcoTosatti.com (October 15), that between 1967-1969, Vittorio Veneto Bishop Luciani mishandled the “Schism of Montaner” when a whole village renounced Catholicism embracing Orthodoxy over the appointment of a parish priest by Luciani. Luciani arrived in Montaner, escorted by police to remove the Blessed Sacrament from the church.

He repressed in his diocese Padre Pio's prayer groups and forbade pilgrimages to San Giovanni Rotondo.

It was his merit as Venice Patriarch when he dissolved the local FUCI (Catholic Student Federation) because they supported the introduction of civil divorce in Italy.

However, at the same time, he looked with great hostility at the Roman Rite and “almost obsessively imposed the observance of the modern missal.”

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"Bad Joke: ALL (!) Popes of the Decadent Council Church Canonised."
The winner takes all even after his death.

3 Cadinals ( Casaroli , Villot , Benelli ) mudered Pope JPl ?
He was healthy, his autopsy should have been done.

By the way, Jacqueline Kennedy said, vice-president Lyndon Johnson murdered my husband.
mccallansteve
Aren't all Vatican II popes automatically popes no matter what? Seems so according to Newchurch
SonoftheChurch
We will have to wait and see. Traditionally and historically, canonizations have been held as infallible by Holy Mother Church. The raising of a martyr to the Altars by the Supreme Pontiff is considered one of the holiest and most infallible acts of his Office, recognized as such by the Faithful throughout the whole of the universal Church, and sanctioned by Our Lady, herself. Thus, we can only …More
We will have to wait and see. Traditionally and historically, canonizations have been held as infallible by Holy Mother Church. The raising of a martyr to the Altars by the Supreme Pontiff is considered one of the holiest and most infallible acts of his Office, recognized as such by the Faithful throughout the whole of the universal Church, and sanctioned by Our Lady, herself. Thus, we can only wait and watch to see if it will be the current Holy Father, or one of his future successors, who will finally be the Pontiff that proclaims Pope John Paul I a Saint. Only time will tell.
atreverse pensar
Contraception was fine for him.
Live Mike
Was Pope John Paul I murdered to prevent him from doing the Consecration of Russia and cleaning up the Vatican Bank?
n2999c
More than likely...especially cleaning up the Vatican Bank.
Abigail Wandsworth
He died day 33
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Prayhard
Allegedly murdered for wanting to dismiss Cardinal Baggio, the last to see him alive. Allegedly he wanted to restore the Mass. Who knows?
John A Cassani
I would very much doubt that the first Pope not to have a coronation would have been itching to restore the Mass, but who knows? If Casaroli had him killed, then his plan really backfired when the name Wojtyła was announced, quite happily I might add!
Prayhard
Yes, I suppose. We will never know the truth of it.