Sic ’em Francis: Baylor Student’s Papal Translation Project

Sic ’em Francis: Baylor Student’s Papal Translation Project March 28, 2013

One of our most gifted students at Baylor University, Emily Edmondson, has created a new blog, “The Papal Translation Project.”  Emily, who is bilingual, has taken it upon herself to publish some of Pope Francis’ works, including some of his homilies as Archbishop of Buenos Aires, Monsignor Jorge Mario Bergoglio, S.J. Emily translated four of the six she has published so far.  You can find them all here.

Emily also helps direct the RCIA class at St. Peter’s Catholic Student Center at Baylor University.

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