Pope Paul VI

Born Giovanni Battista Montini in Concesio, Brescia, 26 September 1897; ordained Priest, 1920; Attaché, Apostolic Nunciature in Warsaw, 1923; called to service of Secretariat of State, Vatican City, October 1924; Professor of History of Pontifical Diplomacy, 1931-1937; Substitute of the Secretariat of State, 1937; appointed Pro-Secretary of State by Pope Pius XII, 1952; Archbishop of Milan, 1954-1963; Cardinal, 1958; elected Pope, 21 June 1963; solemn Coronation 30 June 1963; died Vatican City 6 August 1978.

NOTE: The following list includes all documents in our Paul VI fonds, sorted by category and date. In addition to documents held in the current fonds, there are also documents specifically authored by Paul VI.

Letters, addresses, & greetings