Is the pope a Marxist?

Ormerod, Neil
December 2013
Eureka Street;12/21/2013, Vol. 23 Issue 24, p13
The article explores the significant mission of Pope Francis of the Catholic Church taking the Church's teachings and word of God to the poorest of the poor countries in the world. It mentions the role of the Catholic Church not only limits to its geographical sense but also to its existential peripheries of mysteries of pain, injustice and sin. It also notes on the influences of the imbalance results of ideologies which defends the absolute autonomy of financial speculation and marketplace.


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