Tag Archives: The Pope

Borgia: The Byword of Libertinism and Nepotism

Pope Alexander VI (1431 – August 18, 1503) Now, ordinarily, I wouldn’t bother with Middle Ages popes, but this one kind of stands out from the rest. Obviously, his birth date and time are unknown, so I have only a … Continue reading

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From Humble Beginnings…

Pope John Paul II (May 18, 1920 – April 2, 2005) I watched Cash Peters’ YouTube video featuring Pope John Paul II. It was eye-opening for me because, even though I lived through the whole of his Papacy (1978-2005), I … Continue reading

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Yes, It is Lonely at the Top

The Two Popes (2019) Pope Benedict: I cannot feel the presence of God. I do not hear His voice, do you understand me? My sister, Anne, recommended that I watch this film. Being PKs, we know only too well that … Continue reading

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