The Fast & The Glorious: The History Of The Popemobile

The Popemobile is probably the single most famous car in the entire world and its history is fascinating and has more turns and twists than a mountain road.

On this Episode of the Catholic Talk Show, the guys talk about the history of papal transportation, from the horse-drawn carriages and trains to custom-made Mercedes, Ferraris, and Lamborghinis. Jump in, buckle up, and get ready for a ride!!!

8 comments on The Fast & The Glorious: The History Of The Popemobile

  1. Philip Bourke says:

    Amen thank you Lord and Mary,

    1. Chris says:

      Too much non-sensical goofing around.

  2. Patrick Eoin Brogan says:

    Maybe an air race between Papa Ratzinger and Roger, CARD Mahony? Both are helicopter pilots.

  3. Nancy Janzen says:

    In Brazil the media kept mentioning the Pope’s car there a Fiat. And they kept saying the papal Fiat. I kept wondering what he agreed to tbis time.

    1. Henry Law says:

      Mary’s Fiat?

  4. Henry Law says:

    British Rail did JPII proud when he came to Britain in May 1982. They got out the Southern Region General Manager’s saloon, a specially fitted observation car, and paired it with a class 73 electric locomotive. On the front, the headcode was set to HF.
    The vehicle, now called “Caroline”, has carried many celebrities over the decades

  5. PAULRAJ says:


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