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  1. says:

    Tobin pulls the reader into a world that is known about only by the rules that govern it and the Hollywood depictions of it; the papa

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    Cardinal Tim Mulrennan goes to Conclave to participate in the election of a new pope The story brings out the expected political machinations wheeling and dealing and compromising that goes on Mulrennan's back story is co

  3. says:

    This book moved me Published before the death of Pope John Paul II but looking towards the transition which woul

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    Cardinal Timothy Mulrennan of New Jersey is a good man and a good priest He has seen and done a lot and has been placed in some uestionable situations Remarkably he has not broken his vows although he has come real

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    I didn't think I would enjoy this when I started it but what a fascinating read towards the end I couldn't put it down and ate it up for the last third of the book I find The Papacy and the workings of the Vatican and Conclave especially fascinating This is my second foray into Papal fiction after Robert Harris's novel also called Conclave Whilst that was meaty in terms of action I found this interesting in te

  6. says:

    Very well written? Compelling to the endA great read Well thought out and flows nicely throughout If you find church hierarchy and intrigue this is a must

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    Loved this book I am not a Catholic in fact my faith is very far from it However I loved reading this story about a Catholic Archbishop the pope the process to elect a new pope etc The story is primarily about the archbishop and moves back and forth between stories in his past and the present I had to google a few terms ca

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    Our Parish Library Book Group read this in January along with White Smoke by Andrew Greeley They cover the same theme fictional accounts of the papal conclave after the death of the long time Polish pope John Paul II of course I enjoyed comparing and contrasting the two books

  9. says:

    A conclave is held each time a new pope needs to be selected for the Catholic Church This work follows the life of a Catholic priest and his trials and tribulations as he at times uestions his faith Another wonderful read about the Church from Greg Tobin that shows we are all human

  10. says:

    Compelling mystery about the election of popes and the potential politics that can influence it Well written with believable characters And uite a bit of informationinsight on the papal election process

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Review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ø Greg Tobin

Gift a woman ever could Cardinal Leandro Biagi a wily and urbane politician who would be at home in the time of the Medicis and Borgias and Jaime de Guzman the Archbishop of Manila and longtime friend of Tim Mulrennan's the one man who speaks in the American's defense during the divided conclave and who pays the ultimate price for his honesty and faith in Go. Our Parish Library Book Group read this in January along with White Smoke by Andrew Greeley They cover the same theme fictional accounts of the papal conclave after the death of the long time Polish pope John Paul II of course I enjoyed comparing and contrasting the two books The Girls Of The Rose Dormitory man who speaks in the American's defense during the divided conclave and who pays the ultimate price for his honesty and faith in Go. Our Parish Library Book Group read this in January along with White Smoke by Andrew Greeley They cover the same theme fictional accounts of the papal conclave after the death of the long time Polish pope John Paul II of course I enjoyed comparing and contrasting the two books

Summary Conclave

Conclave

Born and raised in suburban New Jersey Timothy John Mulrennan has known since childhood a deep and abiding faith in his God and his Church that leads him to a career as a priest and propels him onto the stage of world events that include the Second Vatican Council the Vietnam War and the election of the first Supreme Pontiff of the Roman Catholic church of th. Cardinal Tim Mulrennan goes to Conclave to participate in the election of a new pope The story brings out the expected political machinations wheeling and dealing and compromising that goes on Mulrennan s back story is covered his weaknesses and temptations he has encountered There is an interesting cast of characters that helps to strengthen the story After a catastrophe Tim realizes his dream using-microsoft-excel-and-access-2016-for-accounting machinations wheeling and dealing and compromising that goes on Mulrennan s back story is covered his weaknesses and temptations he has encountered There is an interesting cast of characters that helps to strengthen the story After a catastrophe Tim realizes his dream

Review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ø Greg Tobin

E third millennium Along the way he encounters some of the most remarkable characters in contemporary fiction Henry Martin Vennholme leader of the conservative lay movement called Evangelium Christi and Mulrennan's bitterest enemy within the church Rachel Seredi a beautiful artist from Hungary who falls in love with Bishop Mulrennan and gives him the greatest. I didn t think I would enjoy this when I started it but what a fascinating read towards the end I couldn t put it down and ate it up for the last third of the book I find The Papacy and the workings of the Vatican and Conclave especially fascinating This is my second foray into Papal fiction after Robert Harris s novel also called Conclave Whilst that was meaty in terms of action I found this interesting in terms of content a deeper look into the role of a Cardinal and fictional take on the journey from the start For me this teeters between 4 45 stars I cant give it 5 because it left a loose thread I would have liked to see closed I am curious about the seuel Council and that will be read in the near future and hopefully my loose thread will be tied up