The German journalist discusses Benedict XVI: The Biography
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COMMENTARY: In his letter to the Polish bishops for the centennial of the birth of Pope St. John Paul II, Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI makes the case for ‘the Great’ as a recognition of the late Holy Father’s impact on history.
Pope Francis offered Mass in the morning for Father Benedict and sent him a greeting afterward, the Vatican said.
'Corriere della Sera' reports it will be an autobiographical interview written by German author Peter Seewald.
Holy Father pays tribute to Pope Emeritus on the eve of a ceremony to celebrate Benedict XVI's 65 years as a priest.
This will be the first time the Holy Door has been opened since the Great Jubilee in the 2000 called for by St. John Paul II.
Pastoral care ‘definitely includes the intellectual dimension,' Benedict stated in a letter to Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone. 'Only if we share the perspective and questions of our times we will be able to understand the word of God in present times.’