The Godmother

Madre Pascalina: A Feminine Tour de Force

Now for the first time author Charles T. Murr (The Society of Judas) vividly recounts his conversations with Josefine Lehnert —The woman known in some circles as La Popessa.

 

At its core, The Godmother is a warm heart-to-heart exchange between an old nun from Bavaria and an American seminarian in his Roman years —working his way towards priesthood.  It is a story of friendship, of fraternal charity rooted in their mutual admiration for a remarkable man, Pope Pius XII.

 

Those who read this book will certainly come away enlightened by Mother Pascalina’s unique viewpoint on Vatican politics and innuendos, her knowledge of history, her womanly wisdom, and feminine strength.

 

This is essential reading for anyone interested in modern Church history and for those seeking spiritual growth and development.

NO WOMAN, IN TWENTY CENTURIES, EVER WIELDED MORE POWER AND INFLUENCE IN THE VATICAN.

THE MOST POWERFUL WOMAN IN VATICAN HISTORY. REVEALED.

What could two people from different generations, of different nationalities, backgrounds, and mentalities possibly have in common?

 

The Godmother shows how human relationships can spring from common interests, but also how —through shared experiences— they can flourish and mature into deep, spiritual, and lasting friendships.

 

Copyright  © Charles Theodore Murr 2017

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