Apostle of the Lord Paul, a man of great spiritual gifts and extraordinary gifts of wit, is to embark on a global tour in the lead-up to his 90th birthday in April.
He is scheduled to embark in April, 2019, on a four-month world tour and will also headline the U.K.’s biggest music festival, the Electric Daisy Carnival, the first of two U.S. dates on the same weekend.
The apostle of the gospel, a native of Rome, is best known for his role in the 1960s-era protest movement known as the so-called “L.A. protest movement” that sought to stop the construction of the Los Angeles Stadium, the home of the Rams, from moving forward.
The apostleship, which is granted by the pope, has been held by only three other men since the 16th century, and is considered one of the holiest positions in Christianity.
Paul is survived by his wife, Anna, and five children, and the church has named the family patriarch of Rome.
Apostle of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Paul VI, the third pope, died in the early hours of March 19, 2024.