The Joy of the Gospel: Evangelii Gaudium Paperback – 26 Nov 2013
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Pope Francis is the 266th and current Pope of the Catholic Church, elected on 13 March 2013. In his over 40 years as a Catholic Priest, he has drawn "high marks as an accomplished intellectual, having studied theology in Germany." He is seen as someone who personally straddles the divide between the liberals and conservatives in the Catholic Church. Francis has supported the social justice ethos of Latin American Catholicism, including a robust defense of the poor. At the same time, he has generally tended to accent growth in personal holiness over efforts for structural reform
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This book also makes an easy-to-use Reference book for the people in the pews.
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Some sections of the Catholic press have hailed it as a 'return' to the spirit of Vatican II which may be overstating it somewhat. The Church is always in need of reform but that does not mean that its past is done away with, the Gospel is as always interpreted for the present time. Evangelii Gaudium is filled with faith, optimism and encouragement.
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Very pleased with product and quality of service, thank you!Published 25 days ago by S. D. O'Gorman
I am not a catholic but admire this man a lot so I enjoyed this bookPublished 12 months ago by jennifer moreby
Very interesting to read the Pontiffs views. There is a lot of plain speaking intermingled with thought provoking sentiments. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Frank Hannigan
The printing of the document in the booklet was far too small to make for comfortable reading. but it is important for me to own