The Smiling Pope’s Letter to Mark Twain: Humor, Hitler, and Three Different Johns

Brandon Vogt

Brandon Vogt

Brandon Vogt is a Catholic writer and speaker who blogs at BrandonVogt.com. He's also the author of The Church and Media: Blogging Converts, Online Activists, and Bishops Who Tweet and the top hit on Google for "greatest evil in the world".

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8 thoughts on “The Smiling Pope’s Letter to Mark Twain: Humor, Hitler, and Three Different Johns”

  1. Pingback: The Smiling Pope’s Letter to Mark Twain: Humor, Hitler, and Three Different Johns | BrandonVogt.com

  2. My favorite is his letter to the mother of Marie Antoinette commiserating with her on the fashion, vanity, and common sense of today’s youth. It’s a great book that everyone can enjoy, witty and spiritually wholesome.

  3. Somehow I recall having heard the discussion of the “Three Johns” before, but not in such detail, nor its attribution to John Paul I. Thank you for this reflection.
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  5. Dolan as pope? You must be kidding. This is the man who paid pedophiles and rapists while in Milwaukee $20,000 to leave the priesthood. Paterno and Spanier got booted out because they covered up and Dolan paid them to “avoid scandal.” No Pope, the man will burn in hades!

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