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  1. John Herreid

    I’ve finished reading Pope Francis’ new Apostolic Exhortation, Amoris Laetitia. I’m sure there will be much discussion of the document over the next few weeks, and much reflection. As the Pope says in the introduction, “Given the rich fruits of the two-year Synod process, this Exhortation will treat, in different… Read more »

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  2. Friday Links

    July 24, 2015 6:34 pm Leave a Comment

    Another week is over and it’s off to the weekend we go! Here’s a number of links that caught my eye this week: Holly Ordway reviews the new book on the Inklings, The Fellowship, for Catholic World Report. This book keeps popping up in my news feed—I really need to… Read more »

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  3. The Pope and the Animator

    July 23, 2015 11:06 am 9 Comments

    “The aesthetic of the Pope’s reflections (on the tension between man and nature, the tendency of man to use technology to dominate others and the environment, and the ideal of an integral ecology) remind me of the films of Hayao Miyazaki. I think Miyazaki explores similar themes, although from a… Read more »

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  4. John Herreid

    Pope Francis, Literature, and Creativity

    September 20, 2013 11:19 am 1 Comment

    In America‘s recently published interview with Pope Francis, the pontiff talks about a very wide range of subjects. So it’s no surprise that literature comes up as a topic: I have really loved a diverse array of authors. I love very much Dostoevsky and Hölderlin. I remember Hölderlin for that… Read more »

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