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Benedict XVI: An Intimate Portrait
Peter Seewald describes his interviews with Cardinal Ratzinger for the first time . . .
In the person of Pope Benedict XVI, one of the most significant of Europe’s intellectuals is heading up the Vatican. Seewald, a journalist who has known the Pope since 1992, conducted the “longest interviews in Church history” with him for two best sellers.
Now he describes these intensive encounters in detail for the first time, drawing a portrait of this brilliant theologian who has put his life entirely at the service of the Church. He also discusses how this long dialogue changed his life.