In these extracts from his new book-length interview, the Pope Emeritus reflects on his ‘guillotine’ election, his achievements as Pope and his tendency to ‘think too much’
In a book-length interview Benedict XVI says he was ‘more of a professor’ while Francis was a ‘man of practical reform’
The new autobiographical work will be translated by St Mary’s University theologian Jacob Phillips
The Pope Emeritus reportedly admitted to the diary in a book-length interview to be published in September
The Holy Father’s warnings on secularism and religious liberty are borne out by the consequences of the same sex marriage Bill.
But will the next pope carry on the struggle against the dictatorship of relativism with the same clarity and determination?
Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith issues clarification about Benedict XVI’s remarks in Light of the World
But “dialogue” does not mean we have to water down what we know to be the truth