Man of the Millennium: John Paul II
This extraordinary biography chronicles his life from its earliest years in Poland when he was nicknamed "Lolek" to his youth as an actor and then a clandestine seminarian in Nazi-occupied Warsaw. The book follows John Paul's journey as priest, bishop and the first non-Italian pope of the Catholic Church after hundreds of years.
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