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Tagged: Pope Benedict XVI

Gänswein, the halved defense

This article by Pedro Gabriel was originally published at The City and the World, a news and journalism site founded by Pedro and his wife Claire. Republished with permission. Click here to subscribe. For years Joseph Ratzinger has been at the epicenter...

Gänswein’s interview: A blow to three missions

Shortly after the death of Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI,  the German Catholic magazine Die Tagespost published a video of an interview between editor-in-chief Guido Horst and Archbishop Georg Gänswein, former private secretary of Pope Benedict XVI. Afterwards, several media outlets...

The last words of the popes

This article by Pedro Gabriel was originally published at The City and the World, a news and journalism site founded by Pedro and his wife Claire. Republished with permission. Click here to subscribe. Shortly after the announcement of Pope Emeritus...

The Elder Prelate: Benedict’s Journey

 Pope Benedict XVI was on the Chair of St. Peter from 2005 until his resignation in 2013. As the first pope to resign in six centuries, this pontiff – born Joseph Ratzinger – took the title “pope emeritus” upon retirement,...