BERLIN (EWTN News/CNA)—Germans should listen to what Pope Benedict XVI has to say to them before passing judgment, says one of the country’s top Catholic bishops. The Pope will begin a four-day visit to his homeland Sept. 22, starting in the capital city of Berlin.
“The Holy Father is going to visit a city in which Christians are a minority, and some already have announced protests a long time before his arrival,” noted Archbishop Rainer Maria Woelki of Berlin on Sept. 21.
“I once again invite everyone to listen first to what the Pope has to say and then to pass judgment.”
The four-day visit will be Pope Benedict’s third to Germany since being elected Pope in 2005, although it is his...READ MORE