The Cardinal

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Simon and Schuster, 1950 - Cardinals - 579 pages
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Career of an American Catholic priest, from his first assignment to a poor parish in Boston to his appointment as cardinal, participating in the election of a pope in 1939.

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Like many others, as a Non-Catholic, My many repeated readings over the Past 50 plus years, shows a strange Attraction to, That Catholic Church of, Latin-Liturgy-Era.. Mr Robinson's knowledge of the Intricacy of the Roman-Curia, seems to make him a Very Informed teller of, Stephan Fermoyle's journey from his very first, Curacy to rcvng the Robes of a Cardinal... Hard Book to put down once You start Reading.. VTY Joe Damery 

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I loved this book first time round back in the 70's and it didn't disappoint on a second reading. Read full review


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