Wednesday, March 19, 2014

new book about 'hidden' Bergoglio

It seems every week a new book is being published on Jorge Mario Bergoglio aka Francis.  This week was no exception and we show the book below because of the photo chosen to be on the cover.  The title is La vida oculta de Bergoglio, by Armando Ruben Puente.  This translates into English as The Hidden Life of Bergoglio.  Is there a hidden life to Bergoglio?  A side he doesn't show to the public?  We have heard from sources this book is a puff piece which explains away what traditional Catholics had previously written about Jorge Mario Bergoglio when he was making a mess in Argentina.  Armando Ruben Puente also wrote a book titled, Papa Francisco: Cómo piensa el nuevo Pontífice, last year.  His association with the then unknown Bergoglio is paying off well for him.

(Is that the masonic Sign of the Master of the Second Veil?)
(Pope Francis: What to think of the new Pontiff)
(author, Armando Ruben Puente)

Armando Ruben Puente has been a correspondent for Agence France Presse, the daily France Soir (Paris) and Time Argentino (Buenos Aires) and the magazine Primera Plana, Panorama, Seven Days (Buenos Aires) and Le Point (Paris).  He has also been  the president of the International Press Club and the Association of Foreign Press Correspondents.  A member of the Academy Nacinal Journalists (Buenos Aires) and author of the several books on religion, history, and Francis.  For more on Puente go to his website, Hilachas de la memoria (Rags of memory).

2 comments:

  1. I guess that a lot of people were glad that they have been told „What to think of the new Pontiff“ so that they could stop to think for themselves.
    Chiesaviva doesn´t need anybody to tell them what to think of Bergoglio/Francis.They put one and one together.
    http://www.chiesaviva.org/anno-2014.html

    Chiesaviva continues the work of Don Luigi Villa who dedicated his entire life at the request of Pope Pius XII and Padre Pio to defend the Church of Christ from the work of Freemasonry, especially the ecclesiastical Freemasonry.
    http://www.chiesaviva.com/donluigivilla%20ing.pdf

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  2. Thanks for all your comments Martina Katholik. We are planning some new entries on the information you have sent us!

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