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Against Ratzinger by Antony Shugaar
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Against Ratzinger

by Antony Shugaar

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This is a short book detailing the history of Pope Benedict XVI, nee Joseph Ratzinger. It details his relationship with Pope John Paul II, and his World War II association with Hitler's armies. The book is a decent introduction, but a bit light on data. Also, because it was released before the latest wave of scandals, there is very little about the pope's reported role in covering up child abuse. ( )
  quantum_flapdoodle | Apr 9, 2011 |
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Published anonymously in Italy on the one-year anniversary of Ratzinger’s election to the papacy, Against Ratzinger caused a national stir and immediately shot onto bestseller lists. Now America, the home of over 67 million Catholics, will have the opportunity to wrestle with this insightful and revealing examination of Pope Benedict XVI. This concise volume analyzes and critiques the pronouncements of Ratzinger. Addressing some of the most dramatic and pressing issues of our time, Against Ratzinger studies the Pope’s responses to birth control, abortion, and sexual abuse in the Church. Against Ratzinger charts Ratzinger’s rise to power from his arrival in Rome in 1981 and addresses his close relationship with the late Pope John Paul II.

[retrieved 3/19/2014 from Amazon.com]
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