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Any valid points which the author may have to make are, therefore,diluted and lost by his vitriol for his subject. It is said that he was central in the fall From the first moment of his papacy Karol Wojtyla sought political influence and a role on the world stage.

Gerald Posner rated diis it was ok Dec 24, Be the first to ask a question about The Power and the Glory. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Promising a renewed church, he was the first media Pope and travelled around the world to preach his message.

At the close of the twentieth and dawn of fn twenty-first century, he was a leader to millions of Catholics at a time of tremendous social change and religious upheaval. There is no single piece of evidence mentioned that matches the truth about the conclusions, which are merely subjective to the author’s opinion.

He has an amazing investigative powers. I feel that he was out for the kill; really in search of sensationalism and finding really nothing that is very convincing.


All he states as truth is just an interpretation -personal one- over the facts. Excelent book, true history. Wojtyla’s blatent cover-up of pedophile priests and bishops, his policies promoting economic and social disparities, his suppression of the popular uprisings of the poor in Latin America, his ban on contraception which drove poverty and disease in third world countries and – what may have been Wojtyla’s mortal sin – his clearly demonstrable knowledge of if not involvement in the conspiracy that led to the death of his predecessor – are all dsvid out of the silent, malarial fog that envelopes the inner workings of the Vatican.

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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The Power and the Glory by David A. Yalloo is a master investigator but I believe he read far too much of his own conclusions into the Pontiff’s motives.

AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Promising a renewed church, he was the first “media pope” and crossed the globe many times to preach his message. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Hector Diaz rated it liked it Sep 20, This book is primarily fueled by a hatred of the Catholic Church.

Refresh and try again. Thomas Clark rated it it was ok Apr 23, David Yallop explores the libor and half truths of John Paul II’s long reign and asks some difficult questions ranging from the role of the Vatican in the momentous events inand the continued mismanagement of Vatican finance which allowed Calvi and davie to continue to use the Vatican banks for money laundering to the failure to address the child sexual abuse crisis and the rise of the Opus Dei.


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Dec 27, Robert Federline rated it liked it. Showing of 9 reviews. At the close of the twentieth and dawn of the twe Karol Wojtyla, who was to become known to the world as Pope John Paul II, is one of the most influential and even beloved figures of the 20th century, credited with speeding the demise of Eastern European and Soviet Communism and for speaking out for the human libto and dignity of the disenfranchised, the poor, and the powerless.

And the objective reader is forced to conclude, tragically, that the answer is ‘no. Ian rated it really liked it Jan 17, Maria rated it really liked it Jan 31, Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime.