Current Vatican Issues as Intriguing as Those Written About in "Witness to the Truth"

As compelling a figure as is Pope Francis I, the Roman Catholic Church's new Argentine Jesuit pope, many seem to have forgotten what things were like in the early days of Polish Pope John Paul II, who shook up the papacy dramatically and stirred waves of widespread interest. 

Louis Moore's Witness to the Truth, published by Hannibal Books, includes a  fascinating up-close look at John Paul's early days in the Vatican. Moore, religion editor of the Houston Chronicle for more than 14 years, writes about John Paul's election and early trips to Mexico, the U.S., Canada, and the Dominican Republic as well as his historic Extraordinary Synod in 1985 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Vatican Council II. 

The book includes an inside look not only at Roman Catholics today but also views of Southern Baptists, Methodists, Episcopalians, Presbyterians, and other denominations as well as modern-day Judaism and Muslims, Buddhists, and Hindus in America.
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