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John Paul II's Journeys Outside of Italy

 

1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004

1979
  1. January 25February 1

    Dominican Republic, Mexico, with a stopover in the Bahamas

  2. June 210

    Poland

  3. September 29October 7

    Ireland and the United States. The US leg of the trip began October 1.

  4. November 2830

    Turkey

1980

  1. May 212

    Zaire, Congo, Kenya, Ghana, Upper Volta (now Burkina Faso) and Ivory Coast

  2. May 30June 2

    France

  3. June 30July 12

    Brazil

  4. November 1519

    West Germany

1981

  1. February 1627 Philippines, Guam, and Japan, with stopovers of several hours in Pakistan and in Anchorage, Alaska

1982

  1. February 1219

    Nigeria, Benin, Gabon, and Equatorial Guinea

  2. May 1215

    Portugal (including Fatima)

  3. May 28June 2

    Great Britain

  4. June 1013

    Argentina (stopover in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

  5. June 15

    Switzerland

  6. August 29

    San Marino

  7. October 31November 9

    Spain

1983

  1. March 210

    Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama, El Salvador, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, Haiti (stopover in Lisbon, Portugal)

  2. June 1623

    Poland

  3. August 1415

    Lourdes, France

  4. September 1013

    Austria

1984

  1. May 212

    South Korea, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Thailand (stopover in Fairbanks, Alaska)

  2. June 1217

    Switzerland

  3. September 920

    Canada

  4. October 1012

    Spain, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico

1985

  1. January 26February 6

    Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Trinidad and Tobago

  2. May 1121

    Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg

  3. August 819

    Togo, Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Zaire, Kenya, Morocco

  4. September 8

    Liechtenstein

1986

  1. February 1February 10

    India

  2. July 18

    Colombia, St. Lucia

  3. October 47

    France

  4. November 19December 1

    Australia, New Zealand, Bangladesh, Fiji, Singapore, Seychelles

1987

  1. March 31April 13

    Uruguay, Chile, Argentina

  2. April 30May 4

    West Germany

  3. June 814

    Poland

  4. September 1020

    United States and Canada

1988

  1. May 718

    Uruguay, Bolivia, Peru, Paraguay

  2. June 2327

    Austria

  3. September 1019

    Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland, Mozambique, with a detour through South Africa

  4. October 811

    France

1989

  1. April 28May 6

    Madagascar, Reunion, Zambia, and Malawi

  2. June 110

    Norway, Iceland, Finland, Denmark, Sweden

  3. August 1921

    Spain

  4. October 616

    South Korea, Indonesia, East Timor, Mauritius

1990

  1. January 25February 1

    Cape Verde, Guinea Bissau, Mali, Burkina Faso, Chad

  2. April 2122

    Czechoslovakia

  3. May 613

    Mexico, Curacao

  4. May 2527

    Malta

  5. September 110

    Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, Ivory Coast

1991

  1. May 1013

    Portugal

  2. June 19

    Poland

  3. August 1320

    Poland, Hungary

  4. October 1221

    Brazil

1992

  1. February 1926

    Senegal, Gambia, Guinea

  2. June 410

    Angola, So Tom, Principe

  3. October 914

    Dominican Republic

1993

  1. February 310

    Benin, Uganda, Sudan

  2. April 25

    Albania

  3. June 1217

    Spain

  4. August 916

    Jamaica, Mexico, United States (World Youth Day held in Denver)

  5. September 410

    Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia

1994

  1. September 1011

    Croatia

1995

  1. January 1221

    Philippines, Australia, Papua New Guinea, Sri Lanka

  2. May 2022

    Czech Republic, Poland

  3. June 34

    Belgium

  4. June 30

    Slovakia

  5. September 1420

    Cameroon, Kenya, South Africa

  6. October 48

    United States

1996

  1. February 512

    Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Venezuela

  2. April 14

    Tunisia

  3. May 1719

    Slovenia

  4. June 2123

    Germany

  5. September 67

    Hungary

  6. September 1922

    France

1997

  1. April 1213

    Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina

  2. April 2527

    Czech Republic

  3. May 1011

    Lebanon

  4. May 31June 10

    Poland

  5. August 2124

    France

  6. October 25

    Brazil

1998

  1. January 2125

    Cuba

  2. March 2123

    Nigeria

  3. June 1921

    Austria

  4. October 24

    Croatia

1999

  1. January 2225

    Mexico City, Mexico January 2627 St. Louis, Missouri

  2. May 79

    Romania

  3. June 517

    Poland

  4. September 19

    Slovenia

  5. November 59

    New Delhi, India, and Tbilisi, Georgia

2000

  1. Feb. 2426

    Egypt

  2. March 2026

    Jordan, Israel, Palestinian Autonomous Territory

  3. May 1213

    Fatima, Portugal

2001

  1. May 45

    Athens, Greece May 56 Syria May 89 Malta

  2. June 2327

    Ukraine

  3. September 2227

    Armenia and Kazakstan

2002

  1. May 2226

    Azerbaijan and Bulgaria

  2. July 23August 1

    Canada, Guatemala, and Mexico

  3. August 1619

    Poland

2003

  1. May 34

    Spain

  2. June 59

    Croatia

  3. June 22

    Bosnia-Herzegovina

  4. September 11-14

    Slovakia

2004

  1. June 5-6

    Switzerland

  2. August 14-15

    Lourdes, France

Pope John Paul II has traveled approximately 742,000 miles, according to an October 15, 2002, report from the Vatican Information Service marking the 24th anniversary of the Holy Father's election as Pope.

From: John Paul II: A Light for the World, edited by Sister Mary Ann Walsh, RSM. 2003 United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Inc., Published by Sheed & Ward. All rights reserved. For more information on this publication, go to www.popebook.com Updated with information from Vatican Information Service and Catholic News Service.



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