Institutional documents are often designed to offend no one and to discourage an attentive reading by outsiders. For the Life of the World is not one of these. It is written with moral passion and worldly savvy. It is radically Christian in its inspiration and argumentation and socially radical in its claims, at once comfortable in modernity and sharply critical of many of its social manifestations. It rewards reading as our minds turn to the rebuilding of society in the kingdom of coronavirus.
Source: Eureka Street