Bearded and a bit shaggy. Brilliant and deeply accomplished. Cultured and well-traveled. He could have been one of them.
Early on November 2, 1963, the then President of Vietnam, Ngo Dinh Diem, and his brother, Nhu, had just heard Holy Mass at a church in a suburb of Saigon.
"What is the man doing? Is he mad? Does he want the world to fall about our ears?"