Padre Pio: The True Story - Study Guide Chapter 9, Return to the Friary, Chapter 10, San Giovanni Rotondo, Chapter 11, The Spiritual Director, Chapter 12, The Stigmata Summary & Analysis

C. Bernard Ruffin
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As time progresses, Benedetto and Agostino starts to look for Pio for spiritual wisdom. Pio also spiritually counsels Benedetto's and Agostino's parishioners without talking to them. He takes on several female students as well. He has some tension with Benedetto, who wants him to return to the friary. Pio thinks he will only be a burden. At one point, Benedetto becomes so angry he will not write Pio for six months. Nonetheless, Agostino receives permission from Rome for Pio to stay in Pietrelcina until his illness ends.

When World War I begins, June 28th, 1914, Pio says that war is due to man's unbelief. Pio is saddened when Italy enters the war on the Allied side...

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