The Pope in Winter: The Dark Face of John Paul II's Papacy Audiobook | John Cornwell | Audible.com
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The Pope in Winter: The Dark Face of John Paul II's Papacy | [John Cornwell]

The Pope in Winter: The Dark Face of John Paul II's Papacy

The late John Paul II was portrayed by admirer's as one of history's great Popes. But, in The Pope in Winter, leading Vatican expert John Cornwell seriously questions the working of his Papacy and points to fundamental flaws – exacerbated by age and infirmity – that have alarming consequences for both the Catholic Church's future and John Paul II's successor.
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The late John Paul II was portrayed by admirers as one of history's great popes. But in The Pope in Winter, leading Vatican expert John Cornwell seriously questions the working of his Papacy and points to fundamental flaws — exacerbated by age and infirmity — that have alarming consequences for both the Catholic Church's future and John Paul II's successor.

©2006 John Cornwell; (P)2006 BBC Audiobooks LTD

What the Critics Say

"Alarming." (Catholic Herald)
"Immaculately researched and deeply disturbing." (Sunday Times)

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  • Hugh
    Edinburgh, MIDLOTHIAN, United Kingdom
    12/7/09
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    "Truth at Last!"

    This book is a 'must-read' for anyone seriously interested in the subject. It goes a long way to describing the reality of John Paul 11, in all his human frailties, but of the darker side of the whole Vatican 'machine'. The merely public image of John Paul 11 is shown to be only a part of the truth. The despicable role of Vatican politics is revealed at last.

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