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The Liminal Papacy of Pope Francis 0

Faggioli’s “Liminal Papacy” explores a pope on the periphery

Review of The Liminal Papacy of Pope Francis: Moving toward Global Catholicity by Massimo Faggioli It is difficult to draw a clear and balanced picture of Pope Francis. A polarizing figure for some, and an unassuming but respected Church figure...

Going to the Peripheries

When Silence, Martin Scorsese’s epic film adaptation of the 1960s Japanese historical novel of the same title, hit theaters in late 2016, I was a master’s student at a mainline Protestant school of theology attached to a prominent private university....

Water in Togo: 500 Years Late

(Editor’s Note: Last year, WPI contributor John Cavanaugh-O’Keefe traveled to West Africa to visit his friend Fr. William Ryan, an American missionary priest in Togo, and to see the slave castles in Ghana. I asked John if he would write...

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