The Vatican and the Red Flag by Jonathan Luxmoore

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The story of the Catholic Church's confrontation with communism from the French Revolution onwards, with particular emphasis on the post-War period, this text gives evidence on how successive Popes unwittingly helped communism expand. Interwoven into the text is the life story of Pope John Paul II.

About Jonathan Luxmoore

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Luxmoore is the Warsaw coorespondent of the National Catholic Reporter and the Tablet. Babiuch is a lecturer at Warsaw University's Institute of Sociology and director of the Center for Company Ethics at the Institute for Social Sciences.
Published October 1, 1998 by Continuum. 368 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Travel, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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Recent reports of secret accords and intelligence sharing between the pope and the U.S. are glibly dismissed as ""unlikely and unproved."" Somewhat short on details surrounding the actual dismantling of Communist control in Europe, the book instead focuses on the church-party relationship itself ...

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