BOSTON PUBLIC RADIO
3:37 pm
Fri September 20, 2013

What Pope Francis' Pronouncements Meant For Catholics In Boston

Pope Francis at his inauguration earlier this year. The pope has plotted a subtly different course than his predecessor since he assumed the position.
Credit Catholic Church (England and Wales) / Flickr

Boston Public Radio for 9/20/13

UNH professor of sociology Michele Dillon joined Jim Braude and Margery Eagan to talk revelations from Pope Francis' wide-ranging interview in America magazine.

The pope spoke boldly about homosexuals, the role of women in the Church, and many other things. One thing has become clear — Pope Francis is charting a new course for Catholics. Do you like what you're hearing? Ready to come back to the Church, or enthused you still belong? Leave a comment below, or on our Facebook page.

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