John Paul II by Heinz Joachim Fischer
A Pope for the People

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Marking the occasion of the 25th year of the papacy of John Paul II, this book presents texts by six noted authors, each portraying various aspects of the Pope's complex personality and the political challenges he has faced. Accompanying photographs provide a survey of the pontiff's life and work.

About Heinz Joachim Fischer

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Luigi Accattoli is the Vatican correspondent to "IICorriere Della Sera," Italy's foremost newspaper, and has published several books on the pope and Christianity. Grzegorz Galazka is a renowned Polish photographer who has worked extensively with the pope as well as other members of the Vatican.
Published March 2, 2004 by Harry N. Abrams. 216 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality, History. Non-fiction

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This unusual book combines two unlikely genres—the topical scholarly anthology and the glossy photography book—into a successful and oddly erudite coffee table opus about the life and c

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rather, it is a war orchestrated by the region’s radical forces — Hamas and Islamic Jihad among the Palestinians, Hezbollah in Lebanon , Syria and Iran — which fundamentally reject any settlement with Israel.

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