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Pope Benedict XVI

Why Pope Benedict XVI was known as the “Green Pope”

Before Pope Francis, the media praised Benedict for his ground-breaking stance on protecting the environment.

Pray for the victims of 9/11 and for our world with this prayer from Benedict XVI

The pope visited Ground Zero in 2008, and this was his request of God.

Does this Italian hilltop shrine have the true relic of Veronica’s veil?

Expert claims the Veil at Manoppello matches perfectly with the image on the Shroud of Turin.

Benedict XVI’s reflection on the theology behind Gothic cathedrals

"When faith ... encounters art, it creates a profound harmony because each can and wishes to speak of God"

Benedict XVI’s key to a fruitful Lent

Benedict encourages us to increase both our faith and works of charity during Lent.

Did Our Lady of Fatima predict the “End Times”?

Does the third secret of Fatima hold the key to what will happen when the world ends?

Benedict XVI says theologian’s interpretation of his writing on Jews is “nonsense”

Notes that Catholics are called to dialogue with Jews about identity of Jesus, but not mission, since they already know the One God

Pushkin, the cat, dies having met Pope Benedict and authored a book

The Birmingham Oratory has lost their cutest archivist.

Pope Emeritus: The whole understanding of “right” is at risk

Francis and Benedict join in praising initiative to study the foundation of human dignity.

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