The Vatican Murders


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The Life and Death of John Paul I


 


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"A monumental work of twentieth century capitalism as it was jointly embraced by the Vatican and the United States. Top-shelf CIA-Vatican intrigue."

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TWO BOOKS IN ONE BOOK

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BIOGRAPHY

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Witness his first brush with homosexuality as a young seminarian, to the time he ordered his priests to sell their golden chalices and implements of idol worship to build a home for spastic children, to the times he was caught baptizing born-out-of-wedlock children, to the times he was caught officiating at funerals of the remarried, to the times he challenged the ban on contraception, to the times he ordered hospitals to admit lifelong partners of homosexuals into intensive care units, to the time he defended their right to adopt children, to the time he rose to the defense of the world's first artificially inseminated child when other cardinals had condemned her, to the time he sanctioned the union of two men facing execution for intimacy in Africa, to the time he would have broken the chauvinistic backbone of the Holy Roman Catholic Church and ordained a woman, to the time he challenged the coalition of ruthless dictators and the United States against the poor in Central America:

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"It is the inalienable right of no man to accumulate wealth beyond the necessary while other men starve to death because they have nothing."*



* John Paul I public audience 27 Sep 1978

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TRUE CRIME 

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Some claim The Great Vatican Bank Scandal had to do with his murder. Others claim the threat he was to the capitalistic tenets upon which the United States was founded rallied the CIA to action. Others claim his  threat to change doctrine which unfairly penalizes the everyday lives of innocent people drove right-wing cardinals in the clandestine deed. Still others whisper his sexual orientation led to his premature demise. 

   ‘The Vatican Murders’ examines each one of these possibilities and reveals the role each of them played in the mysterious death of the youngest pope to die in four hundred years...

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The Vatican Murders - the only biography of John Paul I written by an acquaintance of the 33-day Pope.

Insofar as 'The Vatican Murders' presents compelling evidence linking prominent American statesmen and Church hierarchy to the murders of Pope John Paul I, his c
ounterpart in the Russian Church, Aldo Moro and other
leaders of the Marxist movement in the western world, I want to remind the reader it was the sworn duty of these men imposed upon them by the laws of their nations and the principles of their faith to head off what they saw as a dangerous slide to the left.
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                                          Lucien  Gregoire


                                   

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Lucien Gregoire contact info:  vatican@att.net   410 625 9741

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Copyright


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'The Vatican Murders' © 2013 George Lucien Gregoire. All Rights Reserved (United States copyright office file TX 8-252--447) has been previously published in abridged developmental editions as 'Murder in the Vatican'. Only 'The Vatican Murders' contains the complete biography & Investigation.


'Confessions of Murdered Pope'  © 2015 George Lucien Gregoire. All Rights Reserved (United States copyright office file TX 7-682-897)


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