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A Music Theologian Engages with Pope Francis’ Favorite Music: An Interview with Dirk von der Horst
In December I finally got around to reading the papal interview, and I was very intrigued by the section in which he talked about his favorite music. I didn’t know the pieces he mentioned, though, and I found myself wondering … Continue reading
Posted in Catholic, Feminist theology, Music Tagged francis, hope, interview, musicology, opera, papal interview, queer theology, von der Horst 5 Comments