Shedding Some Light on Light of the World | Mark Brumley & Carl E. Olson | November 23, 2010 | Ignatius Insight
Mark Brumley, President of Ignatius Press, and Carl E. Olson, editor of Ignatius Insight, talk about the unprecedented and heavily anticipated interview with Pope Benedict XVI, Light of the World: The Pope, The Church and The Signs Of The Times, by Peter Seewald.
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Light Of The World: The Pope, The Church and The Signs Of The Times
By Pope Benedict XVI and Peter Seewald
Never has a Pope, in a book-length interview, dealt so directly with such wide-ranging and controversial issues as Pope Benedict XVI does in Light of the World. Taken from a recent week-long series of interviews with veteran journalist Peter Seewald, this book tackles head-on some of the greatest issues facing the world of our time.
Light of the World: The Pope, The Church and The Signs Of The Times, the much anticipated book-length interview with the Holy Father by Peter Seewald, available in stores Wednesday, November 24th. The book can, of course, be ordered online, or look for it in your local Catholic bookstore, as well as in major bookstores.
Those looking for more information can visit:
The book's Facebook page
The book's site, www.LightOfTheWorldBook.com
The book's blog, "Light of the World" Official Blog
The book will be available in hardback. It also will be available in a Spanish edition, Luz Del Mundo: El Papa, La Iglesia Y Los Signos de los Tiempos, and as an Audio Book, read by Kevin O'Brien and Jim Morlino.
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