Pope Francis makes the cover of Rolling Stone magazine
Pontiff's latest magazine covers cements his reputation in pop culture
Rolling Stone magazine, once considered a radical left-wing journal on the Sixties counterculture, has since become the go-to-it magazine of who's hot and who's not. Everyone from the latest flash-in-the-pan to such pop culture standbys are regularly featured in its pages. Now, Pope Francis has made the cover of the rolling Stone - cementing his place in popular consciousness.
"Pope Francis: The Times They Are A-Changing," the title of the article, goes "Inside the Pope's Gentle Revolution" to investigate why this pontiff is so different from those before him.
"Pope Francis: The Times They Are A-Changing," the title of Binellis' article, goes "Inside the Pope's Gentle Revolution" to investigate why this pontiff is so different from those before him. The title alludes to Bob Dylan's anthem. Binelli portrays the pope as "Cool Pope Francis," seen by many as a politically-savvy leader, PR expert and friend of the crowded masses.
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Pope Francis' has graced many magazine covers, being featured on the covers of Time Magazine and Vanity Fair Italia. The publications named him "Person of the Year" and "Man of the Year," respectively.
The New Yorker also put him on the cover less than a week after he became Time's "Person of the Year."
The pope's most unexpected appearance was on the cover of The Advocate, an LGBT-focused magazine who named him "Person of the Year" for his landmark statement, "If someone is gay and seeks the Lord with good will, who am I to judge?"
The Rolling Stone cover proves that the public's fascination with the "People's Pope" is still evident. It seems the times are a-changing, indeed.
Pope Francis calls for your 'prayer and action'...
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Pope Francis Prayer Intentions for March 2014
Respect for Women: That all cultures may respect the rights and dignity of women.
Vocations: That many young people may accept the Lord’s invitation to consecrate their lives to proclaiming the Gospel.
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