- The mysteries of the 2005 conclave, where mafia members grew divided over a plan to back Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio as pope
- The war against Benedict XVI by the mafia’s Cardinal Achille Silvestrini—and the mysterious “confessions” believed to be linked to him
- The enigmatic, complicated relationship between the mafia’s Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini and Benedict XVI
- The mafia writings that presaged a new Francis—and the 2013 conclave that elected him
- Martini’s enduring role as an “ante-pope”—a precursor for Pope Francis
"I have studied the text and find it to be excellent."
-Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke
“Julia Meloni’s new book The St. Gallen Mafia provides a valuable service to readers curious about the origins of the current pontificate. Drawing on a wide range of sources, she fills in the picture of the St. Gallen Mafia, a group of influential liberal prelates who plotted for years to elect a progressive-minded pope.”
–George Neumayr, Journalist, The American Spectator
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Thank you, Miss Meloni and TAN for such an informative, well-documented book. Meloni;s compact work …Read More
Four stars because it wasn;t as hard-hitting as I thought it would be.
Very good book. I was sure about the sabatage of Pope Benedicts papacy as well as many other events …Read More
Julia Meloni. The St. Gallen Mafia: Exposing the Secret Reformist Group within the Church. Gastonia,…Read More
It was interesting but it did not go into detail about the current situation in the Vatican .