Tuesday 10 March 2015
By Natasha Marsh, Kairos Catholic Journal
IN A homily given on Friday 4 April 2014, Pope Francis referred to a persecuted man—‘a true prophet’—who had several of his works placed on the Index of Prohibited Books by his enemies. This man was Antonio Rosmini (1797–1885), Italian patriot, priest, philosopher and founder of the Rosminians, officially known as the Institute of Charity.
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