Most mentions? Check out our ‘The Joy of the Gospel’ wordcloud

Wordle: The Joy of the GospelVATICAN CITY — “God,” “church,” and “people” get the most mentions in Pope Francis’ first apostolic exhortation “The Joy of the Gospel.”  Click on either image to enlarge.

With this handy word cloud, you can see “life,” “Jesus,” “Christ,” “new,” “one,” and “Gospel” are all close behind. In case you’re wondering what “AAS” is, it’s for “Acta Apostolicae Sedis,” which appears often in the footnotes in reference to other official texts. SnipImage

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Happy reading! And a have blessed Thanksgiving!

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4 Responses to Most mentions? Check out our ‘The Joy of the Gospel’ wordcloud

  1. Duane Lamers says:

    A spelliing correction is in order: AAS stands for Acta Apostolicae Sedis, which in English is Acts of the Apostolic See.

  2. Carol Glatz says:

    thank you! done!

  3. cyndi says:

    Here is another word cloud. I made this one with Tagul. copied and pasted full text in. this is exactly the way it randomly generated the text. I love how it seems to say Our God Can…. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/155726099588961709/

  4. Carol Glatz says:

    really lovely, Cyndi. Thank you for sharing!

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