The book launches for Uno sguardo cattolico. Cento editoriali dell'Osservatore Romano (Milan, Vita e Pensiero , 2011, xvi pages+ 270, €) continue. On Friday, 25 May at 6:00 pm, Giovanni Maria Vian, our editor-in-chief, will present the volume which is an attempt to document “what the fact that 'faith generates culture' actually means”, as Cardinal Angelo Scola said at the launch in Milan last April. In the meantime, on 22 May Il filo interrotto. Le difficili relazioni fra il Vaticano e la stampa internazionale, with an essay by Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi and edited by our editor-in-chief (Milan, Mondadori, 2012, 145 pages, € 17.50), is out and in bookshops as from 22 May. It presents the speeches at the meeting that L'Osservatore Romano organized last 10 November for its 150th anniversary. At the heart of the book is the wish to understand with no preconceived notions a crucial problem which, although it is not limited to recent years, tackles topics that are absolutely up to date.
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