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Devra Torres

It’s Here!

Jun. 6, 2013, at 11:40am

Now available from Scepter--a wonderful collection of Pope Francis' homilies, letters, and addresses from before he was Pope Francis.  This is the one I was helping to edit and wrote about here and spoke about here. You can get it on Kindle, too.

Enjoy!


Devra Torres

Sneak Preview

Apr. 14, 2013, at 10:36am

I’ve just spent a solid week in an Ann Arbor basement in the company of Pope Francis.  Well, not in person, but I got a surprise opportunity to do one layer of editing of a collection of his homilies, letters, and addresses.  (This explains why you haven’t heard from me in a while.)  The book will be available from Scepter…well, I’ll let you know as soon as I have a date.  But it was a worthwhile way to spend a week, and I thank my longsuffering children

 for making it possible.  (Actually the three pictured here, as you can imagine, were mostly useful in keeping the older ones productively occupied.)

As I got to know Pope Francis, I kept remembering that interview with Cardinal Dolan,

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Devra Torres

Coming Soon: Love and Self-Esteem in English!

Nov. 2, 2012, at 1:29pm

This is not official, but Scepter is hoping to have my translation of this book (about which more here and here) out by January 1st, 2013.

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