The Poetry of John Paul II: Roman Triptych : Meditations
In this trio of poems written in the summer of 2002, Pope John Paul II uses the imagery of a mountain stream, the Sistine chapel, and the story of Abraham and Isaac as he reflects on God as the origin and end point of all creation and ponders the beginning and end of his time as Pope.
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I have a copy of this book that Bl. John Paul 2 has written. He writes so beautiful. This book touched my heart and with deep thoughts and fealings of his love for nature and God our Creator.Its a wonderful book to read when you need to read alone and to mediatate on.