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Pole in the Vatican

Robert Nowell reflects on a pontificate that brought its surprises

The Legacy of John Paul II
Gerald O’Collins and Michael A Hayes, editors
Burns & Oates £16.99
(978-0-86012-440-5)
ChurchTimes Bookshop £15.30

THIS VOLUME brings together the papers (and some of the responses) presented at a conference held last year at St Mary’s, Twickenham, to explore some aspects of what Pope John Paul II achieved during his 26½-year pontificate — the longest since Pius IX. The survey is not intended to be ...

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