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Now in print!

By Phil Lawler (bio - articles - email) | Apr 23, 2013

A Call to Serve, which I co-authored with Stefan von Kempis of Vatican Radio, is now off the press, headed for the warehouses, and will be available to readers within a few days.

In a short, richly illustrated book, you'll find personal background on Pope Francis, his early life, his vision for the Church, and the fascinating process that led to his election. The photos are beautiful, the anecdotes are illuminating, and I hope you'll find the analysis worthwhile as well. 

Moreover, the publisher is offering steep discounts. You won't be able to beat these prices

Unless, that is, you find this deal more attractive.

 

 

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