March 21, 2010

How Damaged Is the Papacy in Europe?

Bobby Ghosh, Time

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Pope Benedict's silence on a recent sexual-abuse scandal in Berlin has disappointed many Catholics in his native Germany.

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TAGGED: Vatican, Roman Catholic Church, Pope Benedict, Europe, Germany, Ireland

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