Francis: A Pope For Our Time

Is He a Reformer or Radical?

FrancisHe washes the feet of the poor. He opts to live in a small apartment, rather than the opulent Vatican suites.

His humility has made him globally popular. He has been named Time's Man of the Year.

But traditionalists are worried that he may move the Church's teaching to a more open and liberal approach, one that espouses socialism over capitalism.

When Archbishop Jorge Bergoglio was elected to Saint Peter's Throne this year in one of the briefest conclaves in history, he was quick to set a new tone for the Church and its 1.2 billion followers.

For many he has rekindled a sense of hope, for others his break from tradition is troubling.

But many wonder what the Pope's real agenda is.

Who is this new Catholic leader?

And most importantly, how will he change the Church?

Now a newly released book Francis: A Pope for Our Time, The Definitive Biography tells the real story about Francis, revealing for the first time his background in Argentina, his youth, call to faith, humble beginnings as a priest, and rise through Argentina's ecclesiastical ranks, all the way to the Vatican.

The book emphasizes that to understand the new Pope you must understand his life and times in Argentina, revealed by his friends, closest associates and even his harshest critics.

The authors, both well-known Argentine journalists — Luis Rosales and Daniel Olivera — leave no stone unturned. They offer a compelling and surprising case about the new Pope's real agenda — one every Catholic and non-Catholic should read.

Newsmax MagazineNewsmax calls Francis: A Pope for Our Time "the most important and best biography of the new Pope."

Incredible Offer: Get this book for just $9.95 — a savings of $12 off the $21.95 list price.

But that's not all. For a limited time, we'll also send you this incredible bonus — 12 months of award-winning Newsmax magazine for free with this special offer — a value of $40!

Newsmax magazine brings you exclusive stories the mainstream networks won't report. Each month in Newsmax magazine you'll read hard-hitting investigative reports and special commentaries from George Will, Michael Reagan, Ben Stein, John Stossel, Dr. Laura Schlessinger, David Limbaugh, Christopher Ruddy, and many others.

Dr. Ben Carson, best-selling author and commentator, tells America: "Each month I look for Newsmax magazine to give me the news I can't get elsewhere, you should too."

Ben Stein adds that Newsmax reveals the "unafraid, uncomplicated, bare-knuckles truth about today's dangerous world."

Mike Reagan, the elder son of the late President Ronald Reagan  says: "I guarantee that you'll love Newsmax magazine."


This Is a Limited-Time Offer, and Will Expire Soon . . .
Order Your Book Today!

yes YES! Please send me Francis, A Pope for Our Time for only $9.95. I understand I will also receive Newsmax magazine FREE for one full year.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Sales tax included where applicable. Your trial subscription to Newsmax magazine comes with convenient automatic renewal. This means no chance of interrupted service. Prior to the end of your subscription period, you will be notified that your subscription is ending. Unless you cancel, your subscription will renew automatically and your credit/debit card on file will be charged $39.95 for the first year (12 issues) and then the low renewal rate then in effect for future renewals. If you want to cancel, just respond to the notice within 30 days, and you will not be charged. You may also cancel by contacting our Customer Service Center at 1-800-485-4350, or completing our online Customer Service Form. Please remember there is no risk, because you can cancel within the next six months from when your subscription payment is received for a full refund of the unused portion of your subscription.

Billing Address * required
Billing Information
By clicking Submit Order, you agree to our Terms and Conditions and you are electronically signing and giving Newsmax authorization to charge payments against the credit card or debit card provided.