Click here to advertise on CatholicCulture.org

The Insights eNewsletter

The Era of Pope Francis Begins

First appeared on 03/15/2013. Insights is also available to members via email delivery.

Pope FrancisPope Francis is now beginning his round of duties. The news stories are flying fast and furious. Rather than list them all here for you, please consult our ongoing news rollup: Who is Pope Francis and how is the world responding?

What we do have right here is Phil Lawler's initial characterization of our new pope: The early signs are clear. Pope Francis is a reformer.

As the picture in this message indicates, CatholicCulture.org has put together a new ebook which collects all the news coverage we have in our archives of Pope Francis before he became pope. This is a small but interesting background collection, about 30 Catholic World News stories over the past seventeen years.

This convenient little book is available exclusively to those who make a donation in any amount to CatholicCulture.org between now and the end of the month. As a token of appreciation, I will email you a ZIP file containing all three versions of the ebook—MOBI for Kindle; EPUB for Nook, iPAD and other standard eReaders; and PDF for virtually all computing devices.... [more content for subscribers]

There's much more! Sign up to receive Insights!

Subscribe for free
Click here to advertise on CatholicCulture.org
Shop Amazon

Recent Catholic Commentary

Church Fathers: The Other Greek Apologists 12 hours ago
Mysteries, again and again! April 17
Tips for getting comfortable with evangelization April 17
The Shroud of Turin on Display (and an odd canonical case against it) April 16
The Vatican says the LCWR is acting Catholic. And that's news. April 16

Top Catholic News

Most Important Stories of the Last 30 Days
Pope challenges world leaders' silence on persecution of Christians CWN - April 6
Pope outlines plans for the extraordinary jubilee of mercy CWN - April 13
Vatican completes doctrinal assessment of Leadership Conference of Women Religious CWN - April 16