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Discovering Pope Francis

The Roots of Jorge Mario Bergoglio's Thinking

Discovering Pope Francis

The Roots of Jorge Mario Bergoglio's Thinking

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Publisher: Liturgical Press Academic
ISBN: 9780814685044
Number of Pages: 272
Published: 07/10/2019
Width: 15.2 cm
Height: 22.9 cm

The dangerous tendency to reduce theological positions to political ones has always fueled divisions in the Church, and it plagues debates surrounding Pope Francis's teaching today.

This collection of essays was born of a landmark international symposium designed to promote theological understanding by contextualizing the thought of Pope Francis-from his understanding of history to his theology of mission-within important theological conversations rarely heard in the US Catholic Church.

Its contributors demonstrate decisively that Pope Francis's magisterium is the fruit of a profound and distinctive, yet deeply Catholic, intellectual engagement with the theological and ecclesial traditions of the Church.

Contributors include:

Austen Ivereigh

Archbishop Christophe Pierre

Rodrigo Guerra López

Bishop Robert Barron

Massimo Borghesi

Susan K. Wood, SCL

Rocco Buttiglione

Guzmán Carriquiry Lecour

Peter J. Casarella

Brian Y. Lee

Thomas L. Knoebel

Brian Y Lee, Thomas L Knoebel, Pope Francis

Brian Y. Lee, PhD, is assistant professor of Sacred Scripture at Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Fr. Thomas L. Knoebel has been a priest of the archdiocese of Milwaukee since 1969. He earned his doctorate in systematic theology from Fordham University.

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