Trend Results : Pope Benedict

Blog Post Results (1-20 of 2766)


Is Pope Francis Some Kind of Commie?

A Vatican appearance by a controversial Latin priest—long an enemy of both Benedict and John Paul II—could signal a second coming of Liberation Theology within the Catholic Church.

Why Pope Francis Isn't a Liberal Reformer

It's been quite the honeymoon. Not too long after Pope Francis succeeded Benedict XVI in March 2013 to become the new head of the Vatican, reporters, pundits and even comedians began to sing his praises. Why, exactly? Because he said...Show More Summary

Celebrating HuffPost's First 10 Years by Looking to the Next 10

It's May 9, 2005. A guy named Barack Obama is entering his fifth month as a U.S. senator. Benedict XVI has just become pope. Gwen Stefani's "Hollaback Girl" occupies the number-one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and Britney Spears...Show More Summary

Retired Pope Benedict XVI Celebrates 88th Birthday With A Pint Of Beer

last monthNews : Huffington Post

VATICAN CITY (AP) - Retired Pope Benedict XVI celebrated his 88th birthday Thursday with a party and a pint of beer. Photos released by the Vatican newspaper Thursday showed the German pope toasting a group of Bavarians in the Vatican...Show More Summary

Pope Benedict XVI ate here

A few weeks ago, on a stop at El Cobre, Cuba, I heard a man talking about leftovers and retired Pope Benedict XVI. In a country where St. John Paul II dominates the memory of Cuban Catholics, I went over to meet Omar Ramirez, an admitted fan of the retired pope. He talked about the time […]

Holy Fast Food

last monthReligion : SoMA Review

KFC has launched a new fish food, uhm, product...thing, and they're hoping Pope Benedict XVI will endorse it for Lent, the 40-day period before Easter Sunday during which Catholics traditionally don't eat meat.

Pope Benedict Under Fire

last monthReligion : SoMA Review

Poor Pope Benny. The little old ex-professor of theology and Vatican dogma expert has spent his life buried in books and encased in an academic environment firmly founded on the precepts of reason and empirical defense of one's intellectual position.

The Vatican May Kill Limbo

last monthReligion : SoMA Review

There are some who hold out hope that Pope Benedict XVI will significantly change certain backward church traditions. For example, theologian and SoMA contributor Uta Ranke-Heinemann, who was a fellow student and friend of the pope at the University of Munich in the ‘50s, is crossing her fingers that he’ll allow priests to marry.

The New Evangelization and the Domestic Church - Pope Benedict XVI on the Connection between the Two

Why the beauty of the prayer corner in the family home is crucial to the New Evangelization The New Evangelization has become a buzzword of the age. Used by Pope St John Paul II, it refers to the need to reach the faithless in the West whose parents and grandparents were Christian. Show More Summary

Pope Francis Hints He Might One Day Retire

Will the current pontiff follow Pope Benedict's shocking move and retire in the next few years? The post Pope Francis Hints He Might One Day Retire appeared first on OnFaith....

Bigger than St. Patrick: In Italy St. Joseph is the man

VATICAN CITY — Today’s feast of St. Joseph is a big day in the Vatican. In addition to being Father’s Day in Italy, St. Joseph’s feast day is a paid holiday for Vatican workers. It is the name day of retired Pope Benedict XVI (who was born Joseph Ratzinger). And, the guardian of Jesus is […]

Holocaust-Denying Bishop Richard Williamson Plans Consecration Without Pope's Consent

2 months agoNews : Huffington Post

VATICAN CITY (AP) - A Holocaust-denying Catholic bishop, who made headlines in 2009 when Pope Benedict XVI rehabilitated members of a breakaway traditionalist society, is heading for trouble again with the Vatican. Bishop Richard Williamson...Show More Summary

Garry Wills: Pope Benedict, Not Muslims, Spurred Violence

In his 2006 address at Regensburg University, Pope Benedict XVI described how Islam was perceived as "evil and inhuman" by a 14th-century Christian emperor who was under siege by Muslims. The central point of the pope's address was to...Show More Summary

Pope Francis disappoints fans of Latin Mass

2 months agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

The perception that Pope Francis is more “liberal” than Pope Benedict XVI has been shaped mostly by his seemingly softer approach to hot-button issues such as homosexuality -- “Who am I to judge?” -- and his humble personal style. But not much attention has been paid...

Signs of Hope: The Benedict Bishop Bump

One of the memes currently circulating is that Pope Francis is in the midst of radically changing the American episcopate in a leftward, “progressive” direction. And whether or not you like using terms like “progressive” and “orthodox”, the media and some figures in the church are eager to claim that big change is happening. The [...]

Forgotten Pope Benedict lives out his days in the shadows

3 months agoNews : The Raw Story

It was feared he would become a sort of shadow pope. Instead he has opted to see out what remains of his life in the shadows. Two years after becoming the first leader of the Catholic church to resign in seven centuries, Benedict XVI has melted away from public view, even if he remains a benchmark...

That Awkward Moment When Ronan Keating Headbutted Pope Benedict XVI

In a classic awkward moment, Ronan Keating, Irish recording artist, singer-songwriter and musician, has just admitted to headbutting Pope Benedict XVI. Apparently he really didn’t know how to handle the necessary protocols and simply headbutted the holy man’s hand instead. Show More Summary

Benedict Cumberbatch Knocked Up His Fiancée & Brangelina Meet the Pope

4 months agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Plus Ellen Page tells off the Queen, and Tara Reid goes bowling in her bra.

Pope Francis, the Climate and Leftism

One of the rarest and most important things a pope does is issue encyclicals. In the eight years of Pope Benedict’s papacy, he issued three encyclicals. In the 27 years

Pope Francis Could Tip Balance Against Fossil Fuels

Originally published on RenewEconomy. Six years ago, Pope Benedict XVI installed more than 1,000 solar panels on the Vatican’s audience hall, helping him earn him the sobriquet of the “Green Pope”. Some time in the next few months, his successor Pope Francis may just go one step further. Show More Summary

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC