"Let Us Dream," | Reviewed by Sonja Perry
How did we get here? How do we get out of this mess? And how do we prevent these things from happening again? So go the questions regarding last year’s lock-downs, protests, natural disasters and other crises left on the hearts of millions across the United States and the world, including that of the leader of the Catholic Church.
In “Let Us Dream,” a quick 144-page read, Pope Francis provides the comforting hug we all need after 2020, while also instilling the wisdom of a father, the challenging dialogue of an older brother and the hope and excitement that comes from chatting with your favorite uncle.
This is a book light enough for an afternoon read but heavy enough to be the topic of philosophical discussions with friends. It should be read by front pew Catholics, agnostics and school children alike.
Regardless of who you voted for in the 2020 election, or your thoughts on mask mandates, this is the book we all need to “Let us Dream” of a better world in 2021 and beyond.