Personalities of Popes
Guest Opportunity: Dr. Bart Rossi – The Nation’s Preeminent ‘Political Psychologist’
Pope Benedict XVI has announced he will be resigning as pope, the first to do so in about 600 years. Pope Benedict’s personality was greatly different that his predecessor, Pope John Paul. Pope John Paul won over the people while Pope Benedict’s more reserved style hadn’t.
Dr. Bart Rossi can discuss this by answering the following questions:
- Why has the pope decided to resign?
- How did Pope John Paul gain approval of the people with his personality?
- Why does having a winning personality affect the acceptance and approval of a pope?
- How do Pope John Paul and Pope Benedict’s personalities differ?
Meet Dr. Bart Rossi
Doctor Bart Rossi is a licensed psychologist and has a successful practice in New Jersey. He is also the nation’s preeminent’Political Psychologist’. His insights into how and why our elected officials do what they do making him invaluable to media outlets trying to make sense of the political mind. He can also speak to the thought process that motivates the domestic terrorist or random shooter. Doctor Rossi is regularly seen on TV speaking to these psychological issues and others.