The author addresses in this book two important novelties, and they are not the only ones. The official biography of the beatification process (2018) brings a fact hidden for forty years: The doctor who had to make the diagnosis about the unexpected death of Pope John Paul I was denied an autopsy. Moreover, the gangster Anthony S. Luciano Raimondi, in his book When the Bullet Hits the Bone (2019), confesses that he was called by Archbishop Marcinkus, president of the Vatican Bank, to eliminate the pope "painlessly." Marcinkus administered the cyanide, and he only advised and accompanied. What happened? September 4, 2022: John Paul I is beatified in St. Peter's Square. He is beatified for his "ordinary holiness"--that is, because he was good, which no one doubts. However, it is hidden how he died and why. He is beatified, but justice is not done to him. There is maneuvering, concealment, and lying. Meanwhile, people keep on saying, "The pope they killed." The majority of Latin American bishops are convinced that Albino Luciani died, murdered (Serafini), and the world contemplates once again the Vatican scandal. The question is this: How to qualify a beatification that hides a murder?