John Paul II Visits

1.January 25 — February 1, 1979 – Dominican Republic, Mexico, and The Bahamas
2.June 2 — June 10, 1979 – Poland
3.September 29 — October 8, 1979 – Ireland and the United States (Boston, New York City, United Nations, Philadelphia, Des Moines, Chicago, and Washington, D.C.)
4.November 28 — November 30, 1979 – Turkey
5.May 2 — May 12, 1980 – Zaire, Congo, Kenya, Ghana, Burkina Faso, and Côte d’Ivoire
6.May 30 — June 2, 1980 – France
7.June 30 — July 12, 1980 – Brazil
8.November 15 — November 19, 1980 – Germany[7]
9.February 16 — February 27, 1981 – Pakistan (stopover in Karachi), the Philippines, Guam, Japan, and the United States (stopover in Anchorage)
10.February 12 — February 19, 1982 – Nigeria, Benin, Gabon, and Equatorial Guinea
11.May 12 — May 15, 1982 – Portugal (pilgrimage to the Marian shrine in Fátima on the first anniversary of the assassination attempt against the pope)
12.May 28 — June 2, 1982 – United Kingdom
13.June 10 — June 13, 1982 – Brazil (stopover in Rio de Janeiro) and Argentina
14.June 15, 1982 – Switzerland
15.August 29, 1982 – San Marino
16.October 31 — November 9, 1982 – Spain
17.March 2 — March 10, 1983 – Portugal (stopover in Lisbon), Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, Panama, El Salvador, Guatemala, Belize, and Haiti
18.June 16 June 23, 1983 – Poland
19.August 14 — August 15, 1983 – France (pilgrimage to the Marian shrine in Lourdes)
20.September 10 — September 13, 1983 – Austria
21.May 2 — May 12, 1984 – the United States (stopover in Fairbanks),[8] South Korea, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, and Thailand
22.June 12 — June 17, 1984 – Switzerland
23.September 9 — September 21, 1984 – Canada
24.October 10 — October 13, 1984 – Spain, Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico
25.January 26 — February 6, 1985 – Peru, Ecuador, Venezuela, and Trinidad and Tobago
26.May 11 — May 21, 1985 – Netherlands, Luxembourg, and Belgium
27.August 8 — August 19, 1985 – Togo, Côte d’Ivoire, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Zaire, Kenya, and Morocco
28.September 8, 1985 – Switzerland and Liechtenstein
29.January 31 — February 11, 1986 – India
30.July 1 — July 8, 1986 – Colombia and Saint Lucia
31.October 4 — October 7, 1986 – France
32.November 18 — December 1, 1986 – Bangladesh, Singapore, Fiji, New Zealand, Australia, and the Seychelles
33.March 31 — April 13, 1987 – Chile, Uruguay, and Argentina (celebration of World Youth Day in Buenos Aires)
34.April 30 — May 4, 1987 – Germany
35.June 8 — June 14, 1987 – Poland
36.September 10 — September 21, 1987 – United States (Miami, Columbia, New Orleans, San Antonio, Phoenix, Los Angeles, Monterey, San Francisco, Detroit), and Canada (Fort Simpson, NT)[9]
37.May 7 — May 18, 1988 – Uruguay, Bolivia, Peru, and Paraguay,
38.June 23 — June 27, 1988 – Austria
39.September 10 — September 19, 1988 – Zimbabwe, Botswana, Lesotho, Swaziland, and Mozambique
40.October 8 — October 11, 1988 – France
41.April 28 — May 6, 1989 – Madagascar, Réunion, Zambia, and Malawi
42.June 1 — June 10, 1989 – Norway, Iceland, Finland, Denmark, and Sweden
43.August 19 — August 21, 1989 – Spain (celebration of World Youth Day in Santiago de Compostela)
44.October 6 — October 16, 1989 – South Korea, Indonesia (including East Timor), and Mauritius
45.January 25 — February 1, 1990 – Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Mali, Burkina Faso, and Chad
46.April 21 — April 22, 1990 – Czechoslovakia
47.May 6 — May 14, 1990 – Mexico and Curaçao
48.May 25 — May 27, 1990 – Malta
49.September 1 — September 10, 1990 – Malta (stopover in Luqa), Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, and Côte d’Ivoire (consecration of the Basilica of Our Lady of Peace of Yamoussoukro)
50.May 5 — May 13, 1991 – Portugal (pilgrimage to the Marian shrine in Fátima on the tenth anniversary of the assassination attempt against the pope)
51.June 1 — June 9, 1991 – Poland
52.August 13 — August 20, 1991 – Poland (celebration of World Youth Day in Częstochowa) and Hungary
53.October 12 — October 21, 1991 – Brazil
54.February 19 — February 26, 1992 – Senegal, Gambia, and Guinea
55.June 4 — June 10, 1992 – Angola and São Tomé and Príncipe
56.October 9 — October 14, 1992 – Dominican Republic
57.February 3 — February 10, 1993 – Benin, Uganda, and Sudan
58.April 25, 1993 – Albania
59.June 12 — June 17, 1993 – Spain
60.August 9 — August 16, 1993 – Jamaica, Mexico, and the United States (celebration of World Youth Day in Denver)
61.September 4 — September 10, 1993 – Lithuania (visit to the Hill of Crosses), Latvia, and Estonia
62.September 10 — September 11, 1994 – Croatia
63.January 11 — January 21, 1995 – Philippines (celebration of World Youth Day 1995 in Manila), Papua New Guinea, Australia, and Sri Lanka
64.May 20 — May 22, 1995 – Czech Republic and Poland
65.June 3 — June 4, 1995 – Belgium
66.June 30 — July 3, 1995 – Slovakia
67.September 14 — September 20, 1995 – Cameroon, South Africa, and Kenya
68.October 4 — October 9, 1995 – United States (Newark, East Rutherford, New York City, United Nations,[10] Yonkers, Baltimore)
69.February 5 — February 12, 1996 – Guatemala, Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Venezuela
70.April 14, 1996 – Tunisia
71.May 17 — May 19, 1996 – Slovenia
72.June 21 — June 23, 1996 – Germany
73.September 6 — September 7, 1996 – Hungary
74.September 19 — September 22, 1996 – France
75.April 12 — April 13, 1997 – Bosnia and Herzegovina
76.April 25 — April 27, 1997 – Czech Republic
77.May 10 — May 11, 1997 – Lebanon
78.May 31 — June 10, 1997 – Poland
79.August 21 — August 24, 1997 – France (celebration of World Youth Day in Paris)
80.October 2 — October 6, 1997 – Brazil
81.January 21 — January 26, 1998 – Cuba
82.March 21 — March 23, 1998 – Nigeria
83.June 19 — June 21, 1998 – Austria
84.October 2 — October 4, 1998 – Croatia
85.January 22 — January 28, 1999 – Mexico and United States (St. Louis)
86.May 7 — May 9, 1999 – Romania
87.June 5 — June 17, 1999 – Poland
88.September 19, 1999 – Slovenia
89.October 5 — October 9, 1999 – India and Georgia
90.February 24 — February 26, 2000 – Egypt (Great Jubilee pilgrimage to Mount Sinai)
91.March 20 — March 26, 2000 – Jordan, the Palestinian territories, and Israel (Great Jubilee pilgrimage to the Holy Land)
92.May 12 — May 13, 2000 – Portugal (Great Jubilee pilgrimage to the Marian shrine in Fátima)
93.May 5 — May 9, 2001 – Greece, Syria, and Malta
94.June 23 — June 27, 2001 – Ukraine
95.September 22 — September 27, 2001 – Kazakhstan and Armenia
96.May 22 — May 26, 2002 – Azerbaijan and Bulgaria
97.July 23 — August 2, 2002 – Canada (celebration of World Youth Day 2002 in Toronto), Guatemala, and Mexico
98.August 16 — August 19, 2002 – Poland
99.May 3 — May 4, 2003 – Spain
100.June 5 — June 9, 2003 – Croatia
101.June 22, 2003 – Bosnia and Herzegovina
102.September 11 — September 14, 2003 – Slovakia
103.June 5, 2004 – Switzerland
104.August 14 — August 15, 2004 – France (pilgrimage to the Marian shrine in Lourdes)

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