On March 13, 1939, the Kennedy family attends the coronation of Pope Pius XII. John F. Kennedy‘s father, Joseph Kennedy, served as United States Ambassador to Great Britain at the time.

Kennedy family at the Vatican, posing with Swiss guards. (JFK in back row)

Pope Pius XII

Afterwards, young John Kennedy travels through Germany, Poland and Russia on the eve of World War II, reporting to his father on the imminence of war.

Decades later as president, John F. Kennedy meets with Pope Paul VI on July 2, 1963, in the only meeting of a Roman Catholic US President and a reigning Pope.

JFK with Pope Paul VI

Sadly, a little over a year later, JFK is brutally assassinated in public, as his motorcade rides through Dealey Plaza in Dallas.

What if John Kennedy had lived and Jackie Kennedy had succumbed to the conspiracy plot? Read SAVING JACKIE K, a thrilling adventure to rescue the First Lady.

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