Publisher description for The Pope's war : why Ratzinger's secret crusade has imperiled the Church and how it can be saved / Matthew Fox ; foreword by Bruce Chilton.
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The Pope's War offers a provocative look at three decades of corruption in the Catholic Church, focusing on Josef Ratzinger, Pope Benedict XVI.
Matthew Fox presents insights from his 12-year, up-close-and-personal battle with Ratzinger, tracing the historical roots of degradation in the Church and offering a new way to understand why Benedict XVI is now mired in crisis as Pope. Fox then outlines his vision for a new Catholicism-one that is not Vatican-based but truly universal, celebrating critical thinking, diversity, and justice.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Benedict -- XVI, -- Pope, -- 1927-
Church controversies -- Catholic Church -- History -- 20th century.
Church controversies -- Catholic Church -- History -- 21st century.