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Amazing that Cahill could be such an admirer of John XXIII and have so little of his spirit. Instead of looking for what unites Catholics Cahill paints a conventional picture in... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Aran Joseph Canes
My main interest in a biography is what the subject did in his prime. His childhood is of little interest to me. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Dan
I was stunned and disappointed. A waste of time. Cahill spouts reams of anti-catholic propaganda. This is not history, it is an angry man's diatribe.Published 10 months ago by Brent Forrest
Cahill's documentary and story telling research and style are brilliant.Published 10 months ago by Ephraim R. Fortunato
A quick read that was quite interesting. What I like about this series is that each writer puts and states their opinions of the person, the acts and the history. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Glenn D. Robinson
This is an outstanding account of the life of St. John XXIII. Thomas Cahill does a fantatastic job introducing this holy man to us.Published 12 months ago by Rita C. Altman
I read everything of Cahill's and often more than once. A brilliant objective historian that deepens my understanding of our world history. He does it royally again on this book.Published 16 months ago by Linda R. Swanson
A very good history of the papacy, and a loving portrait of John. Harsh on John Paul, but not without justification.Published 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
Cahill's "Pope John XXIII" is absolute dribble. As is so typical of mass marketed histories and biographies, there is not a single footnote, reference, bibliography... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Going Fishing