|262nd Pope of the Roman Catholic Church
21 June 1963 – 6 August 1978
John Paul I
Better known as Pope Paul VI. He is known as a reformer, an evangelical pope, the pilgrim pope and the bridge builder. 
He was ordained to the Diaconate on 28 February 1920 and to the priesthood on 29 May 1920 and consecrated a bishop on 12 December 1954. He was created a cardinal on 15 December 1958 by John XXIII. He was elected as Pope on 21 June 1963, taking the name Paul VI.
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