What others understand is an important clue about what we are saying to them. It is true that the filter of the media is highly intoxicated and that it is able to manipulate everything according to its own interests. Interviews and speeches can be arranged by the media in such a way that they become something different than their original intentions and contents. However, what people are taking in is a combination both of what they want to hear and of what we allow them to hear.
In assessing Francis’ pontificate, the secular media continues to communicate their perception concerning what the Pope has said up to this point. On the one hand there is a widespread fascination about his frugal style, charming personality, and engaging Language. On the other, there is an appreciation for his “innovative” theology or lack of insistence on traditional tenets of Roman Catholic doctrine. Two recent comments about Francis’ theology deserve some attention.
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Great article by Leonardo de Chirico. As always.
Somehow I wish I could send Francis my “letter” which deals with the incompatibility of calling yourself a Christian and still living in sin. It is linked as follows
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