Los viajes de Francisco (Edición Cono sur): Conversaciones con Su Santidad

Planeta Argentina

«No logro moverme en autos blindados. Un obispo es un pastor, un padre. Por este motivo dije desde un principio que viajaría solamente si me era posible el contacto con las personas.» Francisco.

Un diario de viaje fuera de serie que retrata al papa Francisco y su trabajo de evangelización en el mundo
Después de haber entrevistado al papa Francisco para el libro El nombre de Dios es Misericordia, el vaticanista Andrea Tornielli —quien ha seguido todas las visitas apostólicas en el avión papal— ha hecho una selección de los grandes temas que el pontífice ha abordado durante sus viajes internacionales.
Italia, México, Brasil, Cuba, Estados Unidos, África, Asia, Lesbos, Sarajevo, estos territorios fascinantes y ciudades emblemáticas han sido los escenarios en donde el papa Francisco ha denunciado el narcotráfico, la venta de armas, la corrupción e incluso la esclavitud en ciertos sectores de la economía. Y donde también ha señalado la tragedia humana que constituye la migración en el mundo. Un peregrino de la paz, pero también un profeta incómodo, que invita a las Iglesias locales a acercarse a los grupos más marginados de la sociedad.


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Enviado y vaticanista del periódico Il Giornale, colabora con varias revistas italianas e internacionales. Entre sus numerosas publicaciones podemos citar: Benedicto XVI. El custodio de la fe, Pio XII. Un uomo sul trono di Pietro, Paolo VI. L’audacia di un Papa, Pio XII. Il Papa degli Ebrei, La scelta di Martini, Papa Luciani. Il sorriso del santo o Il segreto di Padre Pio y Karol Wojtyla. Es titular del blog (http://blog.ilgiornale.it/tornielli/)

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Planeta Argentina
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Published on
Jul 11, 2017
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Pages
219
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ISBN
9789504959854
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Language
Spanish
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Religion / General
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Andrea Tornielli
Andrea Tornielli
Francis, rebuild my Church! That is how St. Francis of Assisi heard the call of Christ. It is also how Jorge Mario Bergoglio, at the age of 76, and a Jesuit, seems to have accepted his election to the papacy with the choice of a name that no other pope has ever chosen.

Who is Pope Francis, elected in one of the shortest conclaves in history? Who is the man chosen to be the first pope from the Americas and the first Jesuit pope?

How does he see the world and his ministry? How does he understand his call to serve Christ, his Church, and the world? In short, what is the mind and heart of this new pope of a new world--of the Americas and the rest of the world of the 21st Century?

In the words, the ideas, and the personal recollections of Pope Francis--including material up to the final hours before his election--the most highly regarded Vatican observer on the international scene reveals the personality of this man of God, gentle and humble. The son of Italian immigrants to Argentina, he made radically following Christ and the way of non-violence the pillars of his pastoral ministry in a country, continually tormented by social and economic inequities.

This complete biography offers the keys to understanding the man who was a surprise choice, even a kind of revolutionary choice, for pope. It is the story of the humble pastor of one of the world's largest archdioceses; a cardinal who takes the bus, talks with common folk, and lives simply. It is the story of why the cardinal electors of the Catholic Church set aside political and diplomatic calculations to elect a pope to lead the renewal and purification of the worldwide Church of our time.

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