Padre Pio and Chiesa viva      

Paul VI Beatified?

by Father Luigi Villa Th. D.
This book, “Paul VI…beatified?,” was the result of Father Villa answering the call of Cardinal Ruini, Vicar of the Pope for the city of Rome, who had issued an “Edict,” appearing in the diocesan weekly “Roma Sette” on May 13, 1992, which, “invited every single faithful to communicate to us directly … any information” which, in any way, may argue against the reputation of sanctity of the said “Servant of God” by writing this book. Father Villa, playing the “Devil’s Advocate” (as was once a requirement in the process for beatification), wrote this book basing it on the critical study of thousands of pages of encyclicals, speeches, Conciliar documents, historical journals, commentaries and magazines.

Father Villa waited several years - waiting for others - that were more prominent in the Church to speak out.  As all who should have spoken fell silent -  Father Villa then felt the urgency to write this book that eventually stopped the beatification process of Paul VI.





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