by Paul Martin Midden


by Paul Martin Midden

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Enter a life of duplicity lived near the heart of religious power: Radko Slopovich is a priest promised to celibacy but living with his wife and children. A man with ambition as well as love for his family, his conflicting passions are ignited and challenged when a highly placed Vatican official and a close personal friend ensnare him in a plot to change the Church and advance hi s career. Seduced by power and torn between his family and his hold vocation, Radko must choose what is real and important in his life. A majestic ending brings together the drama and power that are so distinctive of Catholicism and the humanity of its members, both lay and clerical.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015674071
Publisher: American Book Publishing Group
Publication date: 04/16/2007
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 428
File size: 415 KB

About the Author

Paul Midden is a psychologist who has spent over twenty years
working with Catholic priests and religious men and women. He
has taught and written about priests in recovery and continues to
work in this vital area. He lives with his wife and daughter in Saint
Louis, Missouri.
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