May 30, 2010

The Trial of Pope Benedict XVI

Jeff Israely & Howard Chua-Eoan, Time

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In the end, the test is not about doctrine or dogma, not even about the wording of mea culpas and the resignation or prosecution of prelates. It is, rather, about the voices of children finally crying out, long after their childhood.

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