Monday, September 18, 2006

Reflections On Benedict's Address

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Some Reflections on Pope Benedict XVI's Address at the University of Regensburg by Fr. Joseph Fessio, S.J.

September 18, 2006

Both before and since his elevation to the papacy, Benedict has taken a consistent approach to controversial issues: he locates the assumptions and fundamental principles underlying the controversy, analyzes their "inner" structure or dynamism, and lays out the consequences of the principles. More in
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Blogger St. Michael the Archangel said...

Islam is the most violent religion in the world, it is time that people stand up and fight this! Why can't we be offended as the muslims are? People should be all over the news complaining and demanding an appology from the muslims for calling a Fatwa on the Pope. I feel this is the beggining on a war that has been on the verge for many years between Muslims and Christians.

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