Roman Triptych

"Roman Triptych: Meditations" is a poem by Pope John Paul II, published in the (Vatican) in March 2003 by Libreria Editrice Vaticana, with the presentation of Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger. "Roman Triptych" is the only poem John Paul II wrote during his long Pontificate.

The official inauguration of the Italian version (translated by Grazyna Miller) of the "Roman Triptych" ("Trittico romano, Meditazioni") was a ceremony held in the "Sala Stampa Vaticana" on March 6, 2003 in the presence of the author.

Blessed John Paul II
  • Pope (1978-2005)
  • Archbishop of Kraków (1963–1978)
  • 18 May 1920 – 2 April 2005
  • Emilia Wojtyła (mother)
  • Karol Wojtyła (father)
  • Early life
  • Papal conclave
  • Assassination attempt
  • Funeral
  • Beatification and canonisation
Acts as Pope
  • Apologies
  • People beatified
  • Saints canonized
  • Pastoral visits
  • Mediation in the Beagle conflict
  • Eastern Orthodox Church
  • Judaism
Documents endorsed
  • Catechism of the Catholic Church
  • Quattuor Abhinc Annos
  • We Remember: A Reflection on the Shoah
  • Political views
  • Scriptural Way of the Cross
  • World Day of the Sick
Apostolic constitutions
  • Sacrae Disciplinae Leges
  • Pastor Bonus
  • Ex Corde Ecclesiae
  • Fidei depositum
  • Universi Dominici Gregis
Apostolic exhortations
  • Catechesi Tradendae
  • Familiaris Consortio
  • Reconciliatio et Paenitentia
  • Christifideles Laici
  • Redemptoris Custos
  • Pastores Dabo Vobis
  • Ecclesia in America
  • Ecclesia in Asia
Ecclesiastical letters
  • Dominicae Cenae
  • Ordinatio Sacerdotalis
  • Letter to Women
  • Ad Tuendam Fidem
  • Novo Millennio Ineunte
  • Misericordia Dei
  • Rosarium Virginis Mariae
  • Redemptor Hominis
  • Dives in Misericordia
  • Laborem Exercens
  • Slavorum Apostoli
  • Dominum et Vivificantem
  • Redemptoris Mater
  • Sollicitudo Rei Socialis
  • Redemptoris Missio
  • Centesimus Annus
  • Veritatis Splendor
  • Evangelium Vitae
  • Ut Unum Sint
  • Fides et Ratio
  • Ecclesia de Eucharistia
  • Love and Responsibility
  • Crossing the Threshold of Hope
  • Memory and Identity
  • The Jeweler's Shop
  • Theology of the Body
  • "Roman Triptych"
  • Testament
Eponymous places
US high schools
  • East Boca Raton, Florida
  • Tallahassee, Florida
  • Jasper, Indiana
  • Slidell, Louisiana
  • Hyannis, Massachusetts
  • Royersford, Pennsylvania
  • Upper Providence Township, Pennsylvania
  • Hendersonville, Tennessee
  • Corpus Christi, Texas
  • Plano, Texas
  • Schertz, Texas
  • Dumfries, Virginia
  • Lacey, Washington
Other high schools
  • Rotorua, New Zealand
  • London, Canada
  • Toronto, Canada
  • Greymouth, New Zealand
  • Tarnów, Poland
Colleges / universities
  • John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin
  • John Paul II Institute
  • John Paul II Minor Seminary
  • John Paul the Great Catholic University
  • Pontifical University of John Paul II
  • Pope John Paul II College of Education
  • João Paulo II Airport
  • John Paul II International Airport Kraków-Balice
  • Bari Karol Wojtyła Airport
  • El Puente del Papa
  • John Paul II Bridge, Puławy
  • Juan Pablo II Bridge
  • Third Millennium John Paul II Bridge
  • Blessed John Paul II Shrine
  • Ioannes Paulus II Peninsula
  • John Paul II Catholic School
  • John Paul II Center for the New Evangelization
  • John Paul II Collection Museum
  • John Paul II Foundation for Research and Treatment
  • Pope John Paul II Park Reservation
In popular culture
  • Pope John Paul II
  • The Papal Chase
  • Have No Fear: The Life of Pope John Paul II
  • The Pope's Toilet
  • Nine Days that Changed the World
TV miniseries
  • Karol: A Man Who Became Pope
  • Karol: The Pope, The Man
  • Pope John Paul II
  • In Search of the Pope's Children
  • The Planet Is Alive...Let it Live!
  • Red Rabbit
  • The Pope's Children
  • Credo: John Paul II
  • Abbà Pater
  • Criticism
  • Health
  • Holy Father John Paul II Family Home in Wadowice
  • John Paul II Foundation
  • Monuments
  • Tiara
Book:Pope John Paul II

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