Sandro Magister

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Sandro Magiste
Born Sandro Magiste
1943 (age 73–74)
Italy
Nationality Italian
Alma mater Theological Faculty of Milan and at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, theology, philosophy, and history
Occupation Journalist, author
Employer L'espresso
Spouse(s) Anna
Relatives Two daughters
Website http://magister.blogautore.espresso.repubblica.it

Sandro Magister (born 1943) is an Italian journalist who writes for the magazine L'espresso.

Magister specializes in religious news, in particular on the Catholic Church and the Vatican. He has written two books on the political history of the Italian episcopate: "Italian Church: Vatican Politics and Italy 1943-1978" and "Extraparliamentary Church: The Triumph of the Pulpit". He also manages the website Chiesa on the topic of modern ecclesiastical affairs.[1]

Some days before its official publication on June 18, 2015,[2] Sandro Magister was accused of violating an embargo by publishing parts of the encyclical Laudato si, and was deprived of accreditation to the Vatican press room as a result, on June 16, 2015. Magister's response was that the document was an early draft not covered by the embargo, obtained by his editor who made the decision to publish; he had written merely an introduction.[3]

He, his wife Anna, and their two daughters live in Rome.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Notizie, analisi, documenti sulla Chiesa cattolica, a cura di Sandro Magister". Chiesa.espresso.repubblica.it. Retrieved 2017-06-13. 
  2. ^ "Fr Lombardi's statement on Encyclical leak - Vatican Radio". En.radiovaticana.va. 2015-06-16. Retrieved 2017-06-13. 
  3. ^ "Pope Francis' Encyclical Leaked, Now Fallout Begins". Usnews.com\accessdate=2017-06-13. 

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