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Samuel Gregg on Pope Francis, encyclicals, and Argentina

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Acton Institute Director of Research - Samuel Gregg
Acton Institute Director of Research – Samuel Gregg

Jorge Bergoglio, the Argentine Pope, has led the Catholic Church for four years.  He released two encyclicals, Evangelli gaudium (2013) and Laudato si’ (2015).  Samuel Gregg recently sat down with Anthony Gill of the Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion for an in depth discussion on Pope Francis’ encyclicals among a few other topics such as Argentina and how Juan Perón may have inspired the Pope on his views of economics.

You can listen to Gregg’s full discussion at the Research on Religion Podcast.

Related links:

Understanding Pope Francis: Argentina, Economic Failure, and the Teología del Pueblo

Did Perón inspire Pope Francis on economics?


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