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Revolution of John XXIII: The Second Vatican Council
Rome, 1959. Cardinals elect a 76 year old Pope, hoping for an uneventful pontificate without surprises. But John XXIII surprised everyone.
With the Second Vatican Council, Pope John XXIII launched the greatest revolution in the modern history of the Catholic Church. He summoned the world's bishops to engage in straightforward discussions about the direction and future of the Church.