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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Austen Ivereigh. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Austen Ivereigh, often where they are interviewed.

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8 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Austen Ivereigh. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Austen Ivereigh, often where they are interviewed.

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Peter's Field Hospital - Austen Ivereigh Interview - Part 2

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Part 2 of the Peter’s Field Hospital conversation with Austen Ivereigh. In this concluding segment, Mike Lewis and DW Lafferty discuss with Austen how to communicate the message of Pope Francis to Catholics who resist his message, Pope Francis’s vision for a post-COVID world, and evangelizing - both in the world and within the Church.
May 14 2020 · 33mins
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Peter's Field Hospital - Interview with Austen Ivereigh (Part 1)

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Papal biographer and interviewer Austen Ivereigh joins Mike Lewis and David Lafferty to discuss his recent interview with Pope Francis, the state of the Catholic Media resistance to the pope, and the true message the Holy Father.
May 12 2020 · 42mins

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Austen Ivereigh's Surprising, Profound Interview with Pope Francis

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Last month, the journalist and Pope Francis biographer Austen Ivereigh sent a detailed list of themes and questions to the Holy Father about the COVID-19 pandemic. Austen figured he wouldn’t hear back. Luckily for us, he was 100% wrong about that.

Not only did Pope Francis respond to Austen’s questions, but he sent a long, extremely thoughtful audio recording. His responses make up perhaps the most in-depth interview the Holy Father has ever directed toward the English-speaking world.

Austen Ivereigh is today's guest. He talks with host Mike Jordan Laskey about the interview’s backstory, the Holy Father’s most striking answers, plus how Pope Francis’ response to the pandemic has reflected the central values that have characterized his pontificate since the beginning.

Read the interview here: https://www.commonwealmagazine.org/time-great-uncertainty

Austen's piece on Pope Francis' remarkable Urbi et Orbi address:
https://www.commonwealmagazine.org/pope-plague

Keep up with Austen on Twitter:
https://twitter.com/austeni

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Apr 22 2020 · 47mins
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Personally Speaking ep. 5 (Austen Ivereigh)

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In this episode of Personally Speaking, Monsignor Jim Lisante is joined by British Catholic writer, Austen Ivereigh, who has written a new book about Pope Francis’ papacy called, “Wounded Shepherd: Pope Francis and his Struggle to Convert the Catholic Couch.”

Support the show (https://www.gofundme.com/f/help-support-msgr-lisante039s-radio-showpodcast?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=copy_link&utm_campaign=p_cf+share-flow-1)

Feb 20 2020 · 28mins

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Austen Ivereigh,  An Author Close to Pope Francis

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As a journalist I've written a lot about Pope Francis, the Shepherd of the Catholic Church. But like hundreds, if not thousands like me, I have never interviewed him, much less met him. But author Austen Ivereigh has had the privilege of spending some quality time with the Bishop of Rome, and so his new book, Wounded Shepherd: Pope Francis and His Struggle to Convert the Catholic Church, takes on more meaning and purpose. Ivereigh understands the man, Jorge Bergoglio, the first Latin American pope. What's more, he understands what Francis wants for Catholicism and Christianity. Francis, according to Ivereigh, is singularly focused on putting Christ first in the Church; that means converting its members to know and understand the "man of sorrows, wounded for our transgressions" as the prophet Isaiah said. While media and armchair Catholic watchers focus on whether divorce Catholics or pro-abortion politicians should receive Communion, or priests should be allowed to marry. Francis is trying to put Christ back in Christianity, of making Jesus the head of the Church in people's hearts. But it's taken a toll on him. Grumblings that he's at odds with the American bishops, or that he's far too liberal for the conservative wing have made him a lonely figure. Hence, the wounding of the shepherd. On this episode of Lighthouse Faith, Austen Ivereigh talks about his time with Pope Francis; about what he wants, what he knows and where he's trying to take the Catholic Church.

Nov 28 2019 · 33mins
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Austen Ivereigh

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Austen Ivereigh is a London-based Catholic journalist, author and commentator. Austin founded Catholic voices and published The Great Reformer: Francis and the Making of a Radical Pope, a biography of Pope Francis.

Austin was recently in Melbourne for the 2019 Helder Camara Lecture where he spoke on Pope Francis evangelising in the world as it is today.

We spoke to Austin for the Melbourne Catholic podcast about his history, his work in journalism and his many meetings with Pope Francis.
Mar 28 2019 · 32mins
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Ep. 9 - Austen Ivereigh on the Vatican Summit on Clerical Sex Abuse, Eula Biss on "Whiteness", Hoffsman Ospino on the Latinx Church, and Tony Domestico with Novelist Kathryn Davis

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On this episode, Catholic journalist and papal biographer Austen Ivereigh talks with senior editor Matthew Boudway about the Vatican’s February summit on clerical sex abuse. Eula Biss, author of On Immunity: An Inoculation and No Man’s Land: American Essays, speaks with assistant editor Griffin Oleynick about the spiritual challenges of racism, the meaning of “whiteness,” and the craft of non-fiction writing. Boston College professor Hosffman Ospino explains how new generations of Latino Americans are reshaping notions about “cultural Catholicism” in the U.S. And novelist Kathryn Davis talks with literary editor Anthony Domestico about metaphor, mystery, and pilgrimage in her novel, The Silk Road.

Mar 18 2019 · 1hr 32mins
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Francisco está buscando recuperar la idea de amar de Dios: Austen Ivereigh

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El libro “El gran reformador: Francisco retrato de un papa radical”, reúne gran cantidad de datos e información privilegiada del líder de millones de católicos en el mundo y en diálogo con Mesa Blu estuvo su autor Austen Ivereigh, para explicar detalles poco conocidos sobre el origen del pontificado del papa Francisco y que se revelan en la obra.

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Feb 21 2016 · 48mins