Pope Francis : Conversations with Jorge Bergoglio Paperback
by Francesca Ambrogetti; Sergio Rubin;
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Pope Francis : Conversations with Jorge Bergoglio
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- Want to see behind the surface, to the faith of Pope Francis?
- This conversation with Pope Francis shine light on the personal faith in the papacy
- You'll see Pope Francis in a new, more authentic light
Elected in one of the shortest conclaves in history, Pope Francis (formerly Archbishop Bergoglio of Argentina) is portrayed as a learned and introspective man, not afraid to discuss highly-charged topics.
The book offers an inside peek into the Pope's personal life and discusses the extraordinary role he played in the last conclave where he is said to have been tied with Joseph Ratzinger.
Also included are some of the Pope's own writings, full of wisdom and inspiration with details from extensive interviews over a period of two years.
Pope Francis : Conversations with Jorge Bergoglio by Francesca Ambrogetti; Sergio Rubin was published by Hodder & Stoughton in February 2014 and is our 2441st best seller. The ISBN for Pope Francis : Conversations with Jorge Bergoglio is 9781444752519.
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Details for Pope Francis : Conversations with Jorge Bergoglio
|Author / Artist||Francesca Ambrogetti; Sergio Rubin|
|Publisher||Hodder & Stoughton (February 2014)|
|Number of Pages||304|
|Page last updated||9th January 2018|