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AMRUTHA: How the Pope's man survived the Law of Nature?

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The placid life of MUSS (short for ‘Shamus’) MCKENNA, a scrupulous monsignor employed in the Vatican, is thrown into disarray when he meets stunning Dr AMRUTHA GURULINGAM. She has come to Rome to plead the case of the Indian nun SUMANTHI who is facing excommunication for telling Catholic women to use condoms in order to protect themselves against Aids. She does this in open opposition to the POPE who has forbidden the use of contraceptives ‘in all circumstances’ because it ‘goes against the law of nature’, a law which, the Pope teaches, ‘may never ever be transgressed’. 
Muss is caught. On the one hand he wants to obey the Pope. On the other hand he admires Amrutha and feels sympathy for her cause. To make matters worse, he is blackmailed by Sr JOYCE, a friend of Amrutha’s, who threatens to reveal a romantic affair he has had if he does not manage to overturn the Pope’s decision.

AMRUTHA: How the Pope's man survived the Law of Nature?
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  • Category: Fiction & Literature
  • Published: 12 March 2012
  • Publisher: Create Digital Publishing Ltd
  • Print Length: 565 Pages
  • Language: English
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