Author: Gianluigi Nuzzi
Number of Pages: 224
A veritable war is being waged in the Catholic Church: on one side, there is Pope Francis's strong message of one church for rich and poor alike; on the other, there is the old Curia with its endless enemies, and the old and new lobbies struggling to preserve their not-so-Christian privileges. Based on confidential information-including top secret documents from inside the Vatican and actual transcripts of Pope Francis's admonishments to the papal court about the lack of financial oversight and responsibility-Merchants in the Temple illustrates all the undercover work conducted by the pope since his election and shows the reader who his real enemies are. It reveals the instruments Francis is using to reform the Vatican and rid it, once and for all, of the ovenNhelming corruption traditionally encrusted in the Roman Catholic Church. Merchants in the Temple is a startling book that will shock every reader. It's a story is worthy of a Dan Brown novel with its electrifying details of the trickery and scheming against the papacy-except that it is real.