The Case of the Pope
|14 September 2010|
The Economist described The Case of the Pope as "a fine book" that will give readers "a better understanding of the serious problems that can arise when two legal systems, one secular and the other religious, operate in parallel".
The Monthly called The Case of the Pope a "fiery" argument that "the Vatican should be treated as a kind of 'rogue state' until it stops using statehood and the ancient rules of canon law to protect paedophile priests".
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