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RAHMA. Muslim and Christian Studies in MERCY

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http://www.pisai.it/il-pisai/news/2018/marzo/collezione-studi-arabo-islamici-del-pisai-n-22-ra%E1%B8%A5ma-muslim-and-christian-studies-in-mercy/

 

“From the very first Sunday of his pontificate, it was clear that Pope Francis wanted our interaction to be shaped by Mercy: on 17th March 2013, just before the Noon Angelus, he revealed to the people gathered on St. Peter’s Square − … − that he had just read Walter Kasper’s book on Mercy. Francis famously hastened to add “but do not think I am promoting my cardinals’ book!” The pontiff’s point was: mercy changes the world.”

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Link to the article on the PISAI website :

http://www.pisai.it/il-pisai/news/2018/marzo/collezione-studi-arabo-islamici-del-pisai-n-22-ra%E1%B8%A5ma-muslim-and-christian-studies-in-mercy/

 

“From the very first Sunday of his pontificate, it was clear that Pope Francis wanted our interaction to be shaped by Mercy: on 17th March 2013, just before the Noon Angelus, he revealed to the people gathered on St. Peter’s Square − … − that he had just read Walter Kasper’s book on Mercy. Francis famously hastened to add “but do not think I am promoting my cardinals’ book!” The pontiff’s point was: mercy changes the world.”