Books by Greg Tobin

Released: Sept. 25, 2012

"An upbeat survey of a decent, likable modern leader."
A sincere, adoring look at the life and legacy of the humanist pope who helped modernize the Catholic Church with the convening of Vatican II. Read full book review >
Released: March 1, 2011

"Nothing groundbreaking, but Tobin provides a light, fluffy, fun read."
The origins of major Western holidays, from a Catholic perspective. Read full book review >
COUNCIL by Greg Tobin
Released: Aug. 1, 2002

"Plenty of description and Church background material, but still a gripping read as words march for their presold audience."
Timothy John Cardinal Mulrennan returns (Conclave (2001)—and gets elected Pope. Read full book review >
CONCLAVE by Greg Tobin
Released: July 1, 2001

"Heavy, heavy on Church politics, tons of descriptive padding—and just the ticket for a wide-eyed audience."
Tobin (The Wisdom of St. Patrick, not reviewed) speculates about what might happen when a conclave gathers in Rome to elect a new pope. Read full book review >