Robert Blair Kaiser
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Four of his thirteen published books deal with Catholic Church reform. His latest books include A Church in Search of Itself: Benedict XVI and the Battle for the Future and "Cardinal Mahony: A Novel." A new version of his 1970 best seller, R.F.K. Must Die!" was published in 2008, with a new sub-title, "Chasing the Mystery of the Robert Kennedy Assassination.
Kaiser's speech in Ireland on August 19, 2010, at the Humbert Summer School, entitled "Catholic Church Reform: No More Thrones," called for Irish Catholics to boldly initiate an ecclesiastical revolution through which they would remove secretive hierarchy, take back their cathedrals, and elect their own bishops.
- A Church in Search of Itself: Benedict XVI and the Battle for the Future (2006) ISBN 0-375-41064-3
- Clerical Error: A True Story (2002) ISBN 0-8264-1384-6
- The Encyclical That Never Was: The Story of the Commission on Population, Family and Birth, 1964-66 (1987) ISBN 0-7220-3405-9
- The Politics of Sex and Religion: A Case History in the Development of Doctrine, 1962-1984 (1985) ISBN 0-934134-16-2
- Pope, Council, and World: The Story of Vatican II (1963)
- R.F.K. Must Die! Chasing the Mystery of the Robert Kennedy Assassination (2008) ISBN 1-59020-124-8
- "Cardinal Mahony: A Novel" 2008 ISBN 978-0-9646642-9-6
- Inside the Jesuits: How Pope Francis is Changing the Church and the World (2014) ISBN 978-1-4422-2901-3
- Whistle: Tom Doyle's Steadfast Witness For Victims of Clerical Sexual Abuse (2015) ISBN 978-1514327616
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