By Andrea Tornielli
Desde el primer momento como Papa electo, u obispo de Roma, apelativo que él mismo prefiere, el hasta hace poco cardenal Jorge Mario Bergoglio dio señales claras al mundo de los cambios que traerá su pontificado. l. a. misma elección del nombre de Francisco nos indica su prioridad por ser como Francisco de Asís, el santo que vivió en l. a. pobreza y que consagró su vida a los más desamparados.
Su manera directa y espontánea de romper el protocolo y acercarse a l. a. gente, su sencillez, hacen que toda los angeles sociedad tenga depositada una gran esperanza y confianza en esta nueva etapa que se inicia ahora.
A través de sus propias palabras, sus rules y los recuerdos más personales del papa Francisco, Andrea Tornielli, uno de los vaticanistas más prestigiosos en l. a. actualidad, nos presenta el retrato de este jesuita argentino que está llamado a ser el artífice de una importantísima transformación que, sin duda, cambiará el siglo XXI.
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Destitute, in 1954, she penned The Alice B. Toklas Cookbook, which mixed reminiscences and recipes, the most famous for hashish brownies: “In the menu, there should be a climax and a culmination. Come to it gently. ” Alice’s surname gave rise to the vernacular “toke”—the inhaling of marijuana. Gertrude had once noted, “Life is funny that way. ” In her last years, Alice languished in a nursing home, dribbling on a dirty house-robe, when she was befriended by Doda Conrad, a friend from the old days.
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Jorge Bergoglio Francisco: La vida, las ideas, las palabras del Papa que cambiará la Iglesia by Andrea Tornielli