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Peter's Basilica to greet him. In 2015, Benedict spent the summer at Castel Gandolfo and participated in two public events. In May 2005 the Vatican announced that he had suffered another mild stroke. Italian police reported that the woman had previously attempted to accost the Pope at the previous Christmas Eve Mass, but was prevented from doing so. Additionally, I recall , co- of Europe, whose life evokes the Christian roots of Europe.

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According to a Vatican spokesman, Benedict spent his first day as pope with Archbishop , the. In 1976, he suggested that the might possibly be recognised as a Catholic statement of faith. He is also known to be fond of cats. In March 2016, he gave an interview expressing his views on and endorsing Pope Francis's stress on mercy in his pastoral practice. From 2002 until his election as pope, he was also. In October 2008, the following canonizations took place: , , and. Encounter with Romano Guardini In his early twenties, he was deeply influenced by the thought of Italian German who taught in Munich 1946 to 1951 when Ratzinger was studying in Freising and later at the University of Munich.

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This section needs additional citations for. Benedict, later that year in November, did not attend the consistory for new cardinals, though he did meet with them and Pope Francis at his residence after the consistory had taken place. Yes, open, open wide the doors to Christ — and you will find true life. He served as Vice President of the University of Regensburg from 1976 to 1977. Peter's Square when he canonized , , , and. In October 2008, the following beatifications took place: , Giuseppina Nicoli, Hendrina Stenmanns, Maria Rosa Flesch, Marta Anna Wiecka, , , , and Maria Isbael Salvat Romero.

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Ratzinger and his brother Georg entered Saint Michael Seminary in Traunstein in November 1945, later studying at the Herzogliches Georgianum of the in Munich. He served longer as a before becoming Pope than any Pontiff since 1724—1730. Consequently, he resigned his post at Munich in early 1982. They were both ordained in on 29 June 1951 by Cardinal of Munich. He said that this self-amputation of reason leads to pathologies of religion such as terrorism and pathologies of science such as. Cardinal was beatified on 9 October 2005. He took up this theme in his first encyclical.

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However, the Vatican has since stated that no such change in the Church's teaching can occur. In a statement, Benedict cited his deteriorating strength and the physical and mental demands of the papacy; addressing his cardinals in Latin, Benedict gave a brief statement announcing his resignation. He doffed his when Pope Francis came down the nave of St. God wants us to be friends of his friends and we can be so, if we are interiorly close to them. Several of Benedict's former students became his confidantes, notably , and a number of his former students sometimes meet for discussions.

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In this connection, the is of Christian origin and it is no accident that it was born precisely and exclusively in the realm of the Christian faith. The album was set for release on 30 November 2009. Pope Benedict's elder brother, , is a Catholic priest and is the former director of the choir. After Ratzinger became pope he began proceedings against Maciel and the that forced Maciel out of active service in the Church. His prolific writings generally defend traditional Catholic doctrine and values.

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On 24 April, he celebrated the in , during which he was invested with the and the. His visit was met by nationalist and Islamic protesters and was placed under unprecedented security measures. Archbishop of Munich and Freising: 1977—1982 in Munich, the residence of Benedict as Archbishop of Munich and Freising On 24 March 1977, Ratzinger was appointed. And as they came to know him, the question became, why not Ratzinger? On 17 October 2010, Pope Benedict canonized , a French-Canadian; , a 15th-century Polish priest; Italian nuns and ; Spanish nun and the first Australian saint, Mother. French Cardinal said that since the first stroke Ratzinger had been suffering from an age-related heart condition, for which he was on medication. Korea On 13 November 2006, Benedict said that the dispute over the should be resolved through negotiations, in his first public comment on the security issue, a news report said.

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The canonizations were part of a Mass that marked the conclusion of the and the. In September 1991, Ratzinger suffered a hemorrhagic stroke, which slightly impaired his eyesight temporarily but which he recovered completely. It includes books by or about him and his studies, many donated by Benedict himself. During this time, he distanced himself from the atmosphere of Tübingen and the leanings of the student movement of the 1960s that quickly radicalised, in the years 1967 and 1968, culminating in a series of disturbances and riots in April and May 1968. Sie lesen lokale, regionale und überregionale Berichte — vor allem zu den Themen Politik, Wirtschaft, Kultur, Sport, Netzwelt und Leben. Ratzinger then trained in the German infantry.

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