April 17, 2014
Pope Francis’s Challenge to the Evangelical-Catholic Coalition

Social issues have brought about a surprising alliance between Protestant evangelicals and Catholic bishops—but the pontiff’s focus on economic justice could complicate matters.
Read more. [Image: Alessandro Bianchi/Reuters]

Pope Francis’s Challenge to the Evangelical-Catholic Coalition

Social issues have brought about a surprising alliance between Protestant evangelicals and Catholic bishops—but the pontiff’s focus on economic justice could complicate matters.

Read more. [Image: Alessandro Bianchi/Reuters]

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