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NLR 33, May-June 2005

John Paul II as actor-pope, and doctrine as screenplay—thoughts on the media’s sacralization of one of its favourite sons. Does resurgent religiosity in the age of fibre-optics demonstrate a need for communion far older than God?

Régis Debray

A Pope for All Channels

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Régis Debray ‘A Pope for All Channels’, NLR 33

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