'Fallen Order' Tells of the Rise and Fall of a Brotherhood

NPR's Liane Hansen talks with historian Karen Liebreich about her new book Fallen Order. Lieberich's unprecedented access to the Vatican's Secret Archives brings to life a sexual abuse scandal that surrounded the Catholic Church's Patron Saint of Education over 400 years ago.

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Intrigue, Heresy, And Scandal In The Rome Of Galileo And Caravaggio

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