16 May 1840
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A ‘frozen’ idea of the feminine
Francis’ exhortation is marred by a blindness to the role of women as partners in ecological conversion / BY TINA BEATTIE
The cult of the collar
Little will change while sentimental notions of nurture dominate Pope Francis’ idea of women / BY CATHERINE PEPINSTER
‘Let us not clip the wings of the Spirit’
For one of Francis’ biographers, his purpose is clear: to guide the Church on the path of inculturation, towards becoming a Church of the Amazon / BY AUSTEN IVEREIGH
Faith in the simple life
The lead bishop on the environment welcomes the Pope’s post-synodal exhortation as an urgent call to care for our common home / BY JOHN ARNOLD