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In What Pope Francis Really Said, author Tom Hoopes explores how Pope Francis is bringing the Catholic Church to bear on a dramatically changing world, not by altering its teachings but by applying enduring truths to new realities. This book takes up the primary themes of the first three years of the pontificate and challenges American Catholics to see the pope and his teachings as a pathway to personal renewal.
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: Servant Books
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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In What Pope Francis Really Said, nationally respected Catholic journalist Tom Hoopes explores how Pope Francis is bringing the Catholic Church to bear on a dramatically changing world, not by altering its teachings but by applying enduring truths to new realities in fresh ways. This book takes up the primary themes of the first three years of the pontificate and challenges American Catholics to see the pope and his teachings as a pathway to personal renewal.
"Pope Francis, like his namesake saint, is both loved and feared, despised and revered. Most of all, he is misunderstood and misinterpreted by conservatives and liberals alike. Tom Hoopes helps us see the Argentinian pope as he really is, and as we get to know him better we...see how Christ is working through one of his most powerful voices on earth." Fr. Dwight Longenecker, author, Catholicism: Pure and Simple and The Romance of Religion
"If you have ever been confused by press reports of what Pope Francis said about a particular issue, then you need to read What Pope Francis Really Said. Tom Hoopes identifies some of the most controversial statements attributed to Pope Francis and concisely provides the context needed to understand the true meaning of the Holy Fathers remarks.
"Part of the charm of Pope Francis is his openness to the media and his unguarded manner of expression. However, this style has sometimes left some committed Catholics scratching their heads. Tom Hoopes clears up much of the confusion caused by those seeking to twist the Holy Fathers words for their own agenda. This is a must-read for anyone who wants to better understand the teaching of Pope Francis." The Most Rev. Joseph F. Naumann, Archbishop of Kansas City, Kansas
"Covering the inspired and at times confusing pronouncements of Pope Francis is not for the faint of heart. Tom Hoopes has boldly leapt into the fray placing the popes comments in context and attempting to discern the spiritual vision at play. This balanced, handy glimpse into the mind of Pope Francis is so needed." Raymond Arroyo, author and host of EWTN's The World Over
"Pope Francis likes to talk and teach, and he especially seems to like departing from the script when he feels led to, and when he does, a free-for-all ensues. Boisterous voices from all sides cherry-pick a phrase here, a word there to give you their spin, until we all end up dizzy. Because this is true, What Pope Francis Really Said: Words of Comfort and Challenge is a timely gift. Working toward no agenda other than clarity, Hoopes takes a look at Pope Franciss biggest passions and most-quoted statements, and provides necessary context and light." Elizabeth Scalia, author, Little Sins Mean a Lot
"Hoopes has gone behind the headlines and the spin to uncover the wisdom and spiritual power of the real Pope Francis. This is the best one-volume explainer of the popes sometimes disconcerting and surprising words, placing them in the contexts they so often lack in media reports. If youve ever wondered what Pope Francis really said, here is your go-to, one-stop source." Austen Ivereigh, author, The Great Reformer: Francis and the Making of a Radical Pope