Last Friday, Politico Magazine published an article on Pope Francis, his approval ratings, and ways that our President could learn from His Holiness’ example. Pope Francis was elected to the Papacy on March 13, 2013. Ten months later, we’ve begun to get a more detailed understanding of the man who is now, in some circles, being referred […]Read the rest of Politics and the “People’s Pope”.
Taline Cox is a program associate for the SSRC program on Religion and the Public Sphere. She graduated from Bryn Mawr College with a B.A. in History with a focus on American Cold War studies and spent several months post-graduation working with UNESCO in Dakar, Senegal before coming to work at the Council.
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On March 13, 2013, after five rounds of voting, Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio of Argentina was selected as pope, making him the 266th pope of the Roman Catholic Church, the first non-European pope in modern times, and the first from the Jesuit order. In this post, we round up a range of reactions to the selection of the new pope—both within the English-language press and across Latin America.Read the rest of Habemus Papam: Pope Francis Roundup.
On December 6, 7, and 8, 2012, the New School is hosting the 28th Social Research Conference: Giving: Caring for the Needs of Strangers.Read the rest of New School Center for Public Scholarship: Conference on giving.
Faith in the Five Boroughs is a documentary film project that focuses on the religious lives of New York City immigrants.Read the rest of Documentary project on the faith of New York City.
Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study (NDIAS) has recently announced a call for fellowship applications.Read the rest of Call for Applications: Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study.