The Secret Reign of Pope Christine by Shilaho Wa Muteshi

The Secret Reign of Pope Christine by Shilaho Wa Muteshi
Between February and April 2nd 2005, there was a power vacuum at the Vatican with Pope John Paul II too ill to take charge of affairs. Vatican doctors went against his wishes and placed him on life support in an attempt to prolong his life, which seemed to have reached its natural end. Many Papabile cardinals, led by Cardinal Aurelio Medici, a 4 foot, 3 inch cardiologist, started plotting on how to succeed the ailing pontiff. Sister Christine, a nun from Kenya, at the Vatican on a scholarship to study Psychology, recruits student leaders in an attempt to stop the Cardinal Aurelio from succeeding the likable Pope John Paul who she respects. A fierce battle ensues between cardinals allied to the short Italian cardinal and those recruited by the nun who knows his secrets, having been in an enforced sexual relationship with him for two years. Will she outwit the evil cardinals and become Pope like she has always dreamt? She has support from Brother Edward, Sister Slindile, Dr. Mlachi and Maria, people that are willing to sacrifice money and time to make her achieve her enduring dream.

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