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Render unto Rome : the secret life of money in the Catholic Church

Author: Jason Berry
Publisher: New York : Crown Publshers, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Examines the way finances are managed in the Catholic Church. Berry argues that the organization is being damaged by secrecy and irresponsible decisions, and exposes the secrecy and deceit that run counter to the values of the Church.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jason Berry
ISBN: 9780385531320 038553132X 9780385531344 0385531346
OCLC Number: 693560837
Description: x, 420 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Prologue: Princes of the realm --
Boston in the fault lines --
Origins of the Vatican financial system --
Seeds of revolt --
The Vatican, the vigils, and the real estate --
Italian interventions --
The case of the missing millions --
Father Maciel, lord of prosperity --
Borré in Rome --
Secrecy and lamentations --
Prosecution and suppression --
The debts of apostolic succession --
Another California --
America and the Vatican --
Epilogue: Benedict XVI : pope of ironies.
Responsibility: Jason Berry.
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Examines the way finances are managed in the Catholic Church. Berry argues that the organization is being damaged by secrecy and irresponsible decisions, and exposes the secrecy and deceit that run counter to the values of the Church.

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