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Martin Scorsese’s Radical Act of Turning Theology Into Art
Rarely do mainstream films treat religious questions with seriousness and specificity. Silence, a movie about 17th-century Jesuit missionaries, shows what that can look like.
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The View From the Vatican
Pope Francis will address the Global Forum on Dec. 3. The Archbishop of Washington talked to TIME’s Elizabeth Dias about the Holy Father’s vision for the global economy
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What The Young Pope Preached About Love
The first season of HBO’s Vatican dramedy portrayed a journey from amplifying suffering to easing it.
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The Business Of Humanity
Many of the world’s most prominent corporate and nonprofit leaders gathered with Pope Francis for this year’s Fortune + Time Global Forum. Their aim? Forging a new social compact.
- Jan 24 20174 minutes
The Divine Comedy Within The Young Pope
The show is funny because it's about the power of humor—and the absurdities of faith.
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Forging a New Social Compact
Fortune and Time will gather more than 100 CEOs and thought leaders at the Vatican this month. The aim? To strengthen the partnership between Big Business and the rest of the world.
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America’s New Cardinals
Tara John Pope Francis recently named 17 new Cardinals, including three Americans, who will serve as his primary advisers after their Nov. 19 induction. Like Francis, the trio come from the church’s progressive wing, having spoken for immigrants, wo