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Benedict XVI describes ‘Protestantization’ of the Eucharist in posthumous publication
“One process of great impact is the almost complete disappearance of the sacrament of penance.”
Pope Francis: Partisans have used Benedict XVI’s death ‘to serve their...
People who instrumentalize such a good and holy person, Pope Francis said, are partisans and unethical
‘I lost a dad’: Pope Francis speaks about losing Benedict XVI
“For me, he was a security. In the face of a doubt, I would ask for the car and go to the monastery and ask.”
What to read in Benedict XVI’s secretary’s ‘tell-all’ book?
They are the pages of a faithful servant and of a man raised in the school of Benedict XVI
The troubled legacy of Pope Benedict XVI
His legacy as a theologian, author and a humble man of God will live on.
Benedict XVI: The pope who gave it all up
His voluntary abdication of power "was arguably the single most humble act by a pope in centuries, if not of all time”
Benedict XVI laid to rest in private ceremony
His wooden coffin was placed in the crypt under the central part of St. Peter’s Basilica in the first tomb of St. John Paul II
Pope Francis’ homily at Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI’s funeral Mass
Benedict, faithful friend of the Bridegroom, may your joy be complete as you hear his voice, now and forever!
Unburdening +Joseph Ratzinger/Pope Benedict XVI
"We are all called to open ourselves to this friendship with God … speaking to Him as to a friend"
New chapter for Pope Francis after death of Benedict XVI
Benedict's death "ends a misunderstanding, a situation of ambiguity, in which Ratzinger could be used as a standard by Francis's opponents"