Mint Sheet Commemorates 5th Memorial Anniversary of Pope John Paul II
Karol Jozef Wojtyla was born in Poland in 1920. During the Nazi occupation, he joined an underground seminary to study for the priesthood. Father Wojtyla was elected Pope on October 16, 1978. With this election, he became the first non-Italian Pope in 455 years. At age 58, he was the youngest man to hold the office in 132 years.
Now you can own these neat mint stamps commemorating his life and legacy. Order yours now.