Irish Society for Christian Civilisation

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This book is a critical assessment of the first five years of Pope Francis’s pontificate. Author José Antonio Ureta analyses the disconcerting positions taken by Pope Francis in the fields of ecology, immigration, religious indifferentism, family issues, Communion for divorced and civilly remarried and other issues. He amply documents a shift away from the Church’s traditional teachings and proposes ways the faithful might resist these changes. A must read for those concerned about the crisis inside the Church.

Pope Francis’s “Paradigm Shift”: Continuity or Rupture in the Mission of the Church? An Assessment of His Pontificate’s First Five Years

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