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Renew your faith and get to know Pope Francis by reading about the 10 things he wants you to know. Written by John L. Allen, Jr., senior Vatican analyst and correspondent for the National Catholic Reporter, this booklet shares with clarity and intimacy, the Pope's vision, values, and message for you.
Number of Pages: 48
Vendor: Liguori Publications
Publication Date: 2013
|Dimensions: 7.00 X 4.10 X 0.30 (inches)|
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Since his election, Pope Francis has captured the attention of media and the people. Transfixed by his charisma and the many firsts of his papacy first pope from the Americas, first Jesuit Pope, and first to be named Francis they are now eager to know the substance of the man. In 10 Things Pope Francis Wants You to Know, John L. Allen, Jr., veteran Vatican news analyst, author, and National Catholic Reporter >Senior Correspondent, writes with intimacy and clarity, from the perspective of his decades of experience covering the papacy.
Discover the qualities that have defined Pope Francis from his days as a Cardinal and the early days of his papacy. Using the most recent, as well as archived, interviews with Pope Francis and those who know him, Allen describes his vision of leadership and evangelism and his desire for the Church to be close to the people, especially the poor. Allen describes several more teachings and insights from Pope Francis, such as: Never give up on Gods mercy, always remain optimistic, create unity, and even keep a sense of humor. After reading 10 Things, you will know your new Pope and feel your faith renewed.
These 10 Things books are excellent resources for adult education, introducing key themes of the Popes teachings. Their pocket-size format makes them invitinggood for catechists and a great resource for any type of adult education in the parish, including small faith-study groups and interfaith efforts. Some readers will be motivated to go further, to read the original documents, like Laudato Si, homilies, and discourses that each book explains.