Pope Francis and the Search for God in América

Edited by Maria Clara Bingemer and Peter J. Casarella

Foreword by Archbishop Christophe Pierre

This volume offers analyses from experts looking back to the Argentine pontiff’s first fateful encuentros in the Americas as a help for understanding the present reality of the Church in the Western Hemisphere. The group includes theologians, historians, and political scientists, and the unique contribution of the volume lies in the panoramic perspective offered by the book as a whole.

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Betting on Freedom

Angelo Scola

with Luigi Geninazzi

In this wide-ranging conversation with the Italian journalist Luigi Geninazzi, Cardinal Angelo Scola discusses both the salient moments of his own life and the path and situation of the Church and society in Europe over the last half-century. At the center of this rich fresco of anecdotes and reflections stands a crucial question: what is the true path of the Church today?

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The Pope

His Mission and His Task

Gerhard Cardinal Müller

Throughout its history up to our present time, the Petrine ministry is both fascinating and challenging to people, both inside and outside the Catholic Church. Gerhard Cardinal Müller speaks from a particular and personal viewpoint, including his experience of working closely with the pope every day as Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.

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