Robert Calderisi

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In less than a year in office, Pope Francis has certainly stirred things up. Eschewing the papal palace to live in a simple apartment, and mingling with ordinary people in St. Peter’s Square rather than staying cloistered with cardinals in the Curia, the pope, recently named Time magazine’s Person of the Year, appears to offer a sharp contrast to his recent predecessors.

Many of the pope’s statements have been highly arresting: He has attacked the “idolatry of money” and called unchecked capitalism “a new tyranny.” His trenchant critique of trickle-down economics has earned the ire of conservative commentators like the radio host Rush Limbaugh, who termed as “Marxist” the pope’s exhortation “Evangelii Gaudium,” published in November.…  Seguir leyendo »