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John Thavis

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September 24, 2011
Pope visits little-known German Marian shrine of Etzelbach
September 23, 2011
Benedict XVI talks of challenges of secularism and Christian fundamentalism in address to Lutherans
September 22, 2011
Around 70,000 people attend Mass in Berlin
September 22, 2011
Benedict XVI says the 'issue of truth' has begun to be seen as an obstacle in decision-making
September 21, 2011
Benedict XVI delivers televised message for Germany ahead of his visit tomorrow
July 04, 2011
In an address to a UN conference Pope Benedict XVI calls for international efforts to promote the family farm
June 29, 2011
Pope reflects on demanding and 'awe-inspiring' ministry while celebrating Mass with 40 archbishops
June 27, 2011
Benedict XVI tells pilgrims on the feast of Corpus Christi that the Eucharist is an antidote to modern individualism
May 16, 2011
Cardinal Kurt Koch of the Pontifical Council for the Promotion of Christian Unity says the Pope has launched a new liturgical reform
May 13, 2011
Seminaries should train priests in the Extraordinary Form 'if pastoral needs suggest it', the Vatican's instruction says
May 01, 2011
Crowd of 200,000 in Rome hear testimonies from John Paul II's close friends and from the Sister cured of Parkinson's thanks to his intercession
April 30, 2011
His casket is placed before the tomb of St Peter
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