Good Pope John

Monday, Jun 15, 2009 - 6pm ET

Patricia is the author of critically acclaimed books on saints of the modern era, including her recently expanded and updated Nothing Short of a Miracle: God’s Healing Power in Modern Saints. Her books have been translated into a number of languages. They have received awards or other honors by Protestant and secular groups, and have been on Catholic Best Seller lists—her book Meet John XXIII: Joyous Pope and Father to All winning a Catholic Press award. In 2013 Treece released a 30th anniversary edition of her first biography, A Man for Others, on St. Maximilian Kolbe, which has never been out of print. A convert, she writes for the human family, specializing in the modern search for authenticity and immediacy. In every book she hopes to share compelling evidence of God’s reality, love, and power to transform our situations and us.

We Have A Pope: 2000 Years Of Preserving The Faith
As the head of the Catholic Church, the pope is the leader of the faithful. But for non-Catholics the papacy is one of the most difficult aspects of Catholicism to accept.From often misunderstood concepts such as papal infallibility to the unbroken and irrefutable connection between Peter and today's Pope, We Have A Pope will provide you with the answers to common difficulties.You'll find detailed and fascinating explanations of the evolution of papal responsibilities, the history of the office, and the vital importance of the Holy Father throughout 2,000 years of history - and especially in today's world.