The office of God's representative on earth has never been a quiet job. But the eight years under Benedict XVI. were extraordinarily turbulent. After the death of former Pope Joseph Ratzinger, his private secretary Georg Gänswein, 66, is now fully committed to defending his legacy. They had contemptuously called the German church leader in Rome God's Rottweiler. Gänswein has now written a book to put Ratzinger in the right light.
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