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Pope John XXIII - Pope John XXIII Album FLAC Performer: Pope John XXIII
Album: Pope John XXIII
Country: UK
Released: 1963
Style: Religious
Label: Philips
Genre: Sounds
Catalog #: AL 3433
Size FLAC: 1764 mb.
Size MP3: 2273 mb.
Rating: 4.7/5
Votes: 940
Record Source: Vinyl, LP, 33 ⅓ RPM




Tracklist


1Papal Blessing, St. Peter's Square
2Election, His Holiness Pope John XXIII
3Coronation, His Holiness Pope John XXIII
4Papal Audience
5Canonization
6Closing Ceremonies, 2nd Ecumenical Council


Credits


  • ProducerMartin Haley


Notes


"A specially recorded selection of the high moments in the reign of the beloved Supreme Pontiff including his closing address to the Second Vatican Ecumenical Council, a Public Audience, his Election and Coronation, a Canonization Ceremony and one of his last appearances at the window of the Papal Palace to bless the people in St. Peter's Square."

Excerpted from The Sounds of the Vatican.

Copyright Martin Haley Productions,
Degree of Honor Building,
St. Paul 1, Minnesota


Album


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