The only authorised biography of Pope Francis I, Jorge Bergoglio
Sergio Rubin was born in Santa Fe, Argentina. He is an award-winning author, journalist, and is currently chief of religious news for the Clarin newspaper as well as editor of the supplement Valores Religiosos (Religious Values). He has interviewed major figures such as Mother Teresa and covered over a dozen of John Paul II's trips, his funeral, and the election of Pope Benedict XVI. Francesca Ambrogetti was born in Rome. She is a journalist and social psychologist, and currently teaches journalism. In 1982 she headed the Association for Foreign Press in Argentina and from 2000 to 2003, the Association of Foreign Correspondents. She collaborates with international media such as Vatican Radio.
Some biographies like to present their subjects in a particular light; changing times or adding fresh details. This is not the case here, because the authors have instead transcribed the conversations they had with Jorge Bergoglio ... As such, there is almost a feeling of hearing him speak, and an awareness of the conversational flow of the meetings. * Oremus * It is a "must" for anyone wanting to know about Bergoglio the man. The book contains a mea culpa. Along the way, Bergoglio says, "I made hundred of errors. Errors and sins." * The Church Times * In this book, we read about Jorge Bergoglio as he really is, not as the restrictions of office would make him appear to be..if you want to read what he is like, read this book. * Reflections Magazine * 'This book fleshes out the man and his ministry...it provides a clear and comprehensive picture of this most unconventional of Popes.' * Together Magazine *