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October 17, 1912 (age 66)

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Full name : Pope John Paul I

How old is Pope John Paul I: 66 years Male

🎂 Birthday: October 17, 1912

🔯 Sun sign: Libra

🌍 Nationality: Italy

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Pope John Paul I was born on October 17, 1912 (age 66) in Italy. He is a celebrity religious leader. His popular books are Illustrissimi (1976), A Passionate Adventur..., La casa sulla roccia, Il magistero di Albino Luciani and To the Church in America.... He died on September 28, 1978, Apostolic Palace, Vatican City. The parents of Pope John Paul I are Giovanni Luciani, Bortola Tancon.

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Italian Pope who had the shortest reign in the history of the Catholic Church after he died 33 days after ascending to the Papacy.

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Before Fame


He was ordained in 1935 and would serve as the Bishop of Vittorio Veneto from 1958 to 1969.



His papal name was the first dual papal name in history and he was later named the September Pope by The Times after his unexpected death.

Pope John Paul I Dead or Alive?


As far as we know Pope John Paul I has died September 28, 1978 ( age 66)

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He grew up with two brothers, Federico and Edoardo, and a sister named Antonia.

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He was succeeded by Pope John Paul II after his death in 1978.

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Facts About Pope John Paul I

● His popular books are Illustrissimi (1976), A Passionate Adventur..., La casa sulla roccia, Il magistero di Albino Luciani and To the Church in America
● He died on September 28, 1978, Apostolic Palace, Vatican City
● The parents of Pope John Paul I are Giovanni Luciani, Bortola Tancon

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