The pope wants to radically transform the global financial system, and he’s quietly acquiring the power to do it. But his strategy goes well beyond economics.
Want a case study of what happens when Catholicism mixes with politics? Look at Spain.
Church and State never fully separated in Spain and the two are drawing closer together. Should you be worried?
Because South Sudan is a strategically-located, oil-rich, predominantly-Christian country, both Germany and the Vatican have a deep interest in its political future!
Pope Francis is adamantly opposed to free-market capitalism, and he denies being a Marxist. What does this make him? You need to know the answer!
The pontiff may be alienating some of Europe’s conservative Catholics, but it’s nothing compared to the number of hearts he is winning among the Continent’s secularists and casual practitioners.