Pope John Paul II vector for cutting plotter and engraving
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Vector image of Pope John Paul II for cutting plotter and engraving.
We have vectorized this image of Pope John Paul II (Karol Józef Wojtyla), taking into consideration the details of the original portrait of the Pope and the factors affecting the performance of a cutting plotter, thus achieving a perfect balance between artistic aesthetics and technical needs.
This image is suitable for various purposes, such as cutting on a plotter, sandblasting, laser engraving, screen printing, monochrome printing, and many other uses.
Tips and angles of this vector image are rounded to facilitate cutting and peeling.
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This vector drawing of Pope John Paul II is PostScript format and has the least amount of nodes. Its contours are smooth and soft, with no "jumps" in diagonal or curved lines so that you can use it in your plotter quickly and easily.
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It can be modified, warped, enlarged or reduced with any vector graphic design program: Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, Inkscape, FlexiSign, Photoprint, etc., maintaining its perfect quality at any size.
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Pope John Paul II
His secular name was Karol Józef Wojtyla and he was born on May 18, 1920 in Wadowice (Poland).
He was vicar in several parishes in Krakow and chaplain, was professor of Moral Theology and Social Ethics at the major seminary in Krakow and at the Faculty of Theology in Lublin.
In 1964 he was appointed Archbishop of Krakow by Paul VI.
In 1978 he was elected Pope. He took the name John Paul II and on October 22 solemnly began his Petrine ministry as successor of the Apostle Peter. His pontificate lasted 27 years and was one of the longest in the history of the Church.
He was a tireless missionary, making 104 apostolic trips outside Italy and 146 in the interior of this country. In addition, as Bishop of Rome, he visited 317 of the 333 Roman parishes.
His love for young people prompted him to initiate the World Youth Days in 1985.
John Paul II promoted dialogue with Jews and with representatives of other religions, summoning them on several occasions to prayer meetings for peace, especially in Assisi.
With the Year of Redemption, the Marian Year and the Year of the Eucharist, he promoted the spiritual renewal of the Church.
He promulgated the Catechism of the Catholic Church, in the light of Revelation, authoritatively interpreted by the Second Vatican Council.
He reformed the Code of Canon Law and the Code of Canons of the Eastern Churches; and reorganized the Roman Curia.
John Paul II died on April 2, 2005.
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