Life and Revolution: A Close Look at Pope Francis

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Elisabetta Piqué talks about her book Pope Francis: Life and Revolution, a biography drawing on her years of experience covering the pope for La Nación, Argentina’s main newspaper. Piqué speaks about her personal relationship with the pope, whom she first met in 2001 and has baptized her two children. Born in Florence, Italy, she was educated and grew up in Argentina. She has reported on wars and conflicts in Afghanistan, Iraq, Kosovo, the Middle East. Since Pope Francis’ election she has focused on his papacy. Piqué is married to America’s Vatican correspondent Gerard O’Connell.

 

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