If I Were Pope

Muggeridge, Malcolm
June 1978
National Review;6/9/1978, Vol. 30 Issue 23, p706
The article details the things that the author would do for the Catholic Church if he were elected Pope. The author would renew the church's position on embracing poverty and serving poor people. He would put more emphasis on the importance of the Humana Vitae and the commitment to use appointments for corrective purposes.


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