In 1962 a secret agreement between the Vatican and the Kremlin was included in the French town of Metz, to prevent the Council, which would open its work in a few months, from talking about communism. The failure to condemn communism weighed for a long time on the political and cultural life of the peoples of the West and East until the collapse of the Berlin Wall in 1989. Jean Madiran was the first to bring to light this secret pact which constitutes a key to understanding what is happening in the Second Vatican Council and in the post-Council period.
Author: Jean Madiran
Edition: The books of the Borghese
Edition year: 2011