Pope Francis appears to be changing the face of Roman Catholicism. He
has infused what some consider a staid institution with openness and
optimism. He has faced off against established power interests within
the Vatican. He has reformed the Church's finances. And, most
importantly, he has asked that Catholics approach one another and
non-Catholics with candor, humility, and love. He has made the papacy
and the Church relevant once again.
A pope of the people, Pope
Francis' teachings have been praised and shared by the faithful and
nonreligious alike. Exploring themes such as faith and prayer, love and
family, peace and poverty, this collection is accessible to all who
admire the man and are inspired by his wisdom. Included in this
gift-format edition are fifteen chapters on wide-ranging topics
On Family, On the Law of Love, On the Nature of God, On Humility, and Faith, On Sacrifice and Suffering, On Prayer, On Peace.