September 12, 2010

Pope Not to Blame for Church's Decline

Peter Popham, The Independent

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He does not enjoy the popularity of John Paul II, but many of this Pope's problems began in the time of his charismatic predecessor.

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TAGGED: John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI, Pope Benedict, UK, Catholic Church, Roman Catholic Church, Rome, St Peter's Square, Joseph Ratzinger, Bishop

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