by Brother Wayne Teasdale

During the pontificate of Pope Paul VI (one of the most misunderstood of popes), Murray Rogers was an Anglican priest who lived with his wife in a small community in India. He had become a close friend of Henri Le Saux, during which time he had an amazing audience with Pope Paul-amazing because the entire duration of the meeting, nearly an hour, was taken up with the subject of this French Benedictine monk who had gone to live India. The pope, who was fluent in French, had read nearly everything Henri Le Saux had . . .


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