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Encyclicals of Pope Benedict XV By Pope Benedict XV
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This volume contains a selection of writings and encyclicals of Pope Benedict XV, available in English.
Pope Benedict XVI Meets America By Newscom
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Pope Benedict XVI began his first official visit as head of the Roman Catholic Church on April 15, 2008, arriving at Andrews Air Force Base aboard ‘Shepherd One.’ Benedict was met with... More > great fan fare by President Bush, First Lady Laura Bush and their daughter Jenna at the start of what has become a historic trip aimed at making amends for the recent ‘abuse scandal’ and pushing for greater interreligious tolerance and dialogue. Newscom is very proud to present 65 compelling and comprehensive photographs, looking back at this historic occasion through the lenses of the photographers that covered his visit from the White House in Washington to Ground Zero in New York City. Also available in Hardcover< Less
Pope Benedict XVI Meets America By Newscom
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Pope Benedict XVI began his first official visit as head of the Roman Catholic Church on April 15, 2008, arriving at Andrews Air Force Base aboard ‘Shepherd One.’ Benedict was met with... More > great fan fare by President Bush, First Lady Laura Bush and their daughter Jenna at the start of what has become a historic trip aimed at making amends for the recent ‘abuse scandal’ and pushing for greater interreligious tolerance and dialogue. Newscom is very proud to present 65 compelling and comprehensive photographs, looking back at this historic occasion through the lenses of the photographers that covered his visit from the White House in Washington to Ground Zero in New York City.< Less
Which Party Has More Sense, Pope Benedict XVI? By Dr Hani Sibai
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Which Party Has More Sense, Pope Benedict XVI? by Dr hani sibai: part of the book:((Al-Baqillani attended the meeting, which was characterised by excessive adornment. He was offered a seat next to... More > the king who was displaying all signs of pride, with his crown on, and surrounded by his men. Then came the Patriarch (the Pope in his time) and al-Qadi al-Baqillani greeted him with a question that led to an exquisite conversation between them, as reported by scholars al-Qadi ‘Ayyadh and Adh-Dhahabi:Al-Baqillani asked him: “How is the family (wife and the children)?” The question was hard on the Patriarch and everyone in the gathering. They all performed the Cross sign over their faces and condemned al-Baqillani’s question! The king said: “Don’t you know that the monk abstains from such thing?” Al-Baqillani replied: “You approve of his abstention of that but you attribute to the Lord of the Worlds a female companion and a child; you don’t deem the Lord of the Worlds above such thing.”< Less
Pope Benedict XVI Address to Seminarians and Young People, St. Joseph's Seminary (Dunwoodie), New York By Jimmy Dale
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Address to Seminarians and Young People, St. Joseph's Seminary (Dunwoodie), New York
Pope Benedict XVI Address to Seminarians and Young People, St. Joseph's Seminary (Dunwoodie), New York By Jimmy Dale
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Address to Seminarians and Young People, St. Joseph's Seminary (Dunwoodie), New York
AEONews #0018 - Black Pope By Klaudio Zic
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Pope Benedict XVI's shock resignation breaks '600-year taboo'. AEON CETI 2005 - 2013 - Uranus in Cetus.
The Two Popes and the barefoot Saint By davide ferrari
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In the middle of this century the esoteric societies have attempted to convey and promote the event of the Messiah in the East within the walls of the Vatican. The French Priorate of Sion and the... More > Italian P2 have brought up the message despite the prevailing financial and political intrigue in the lodges. Not everyone in the Vatican are positive about the advent of an Avatar; this is the seasoned feud between the Church of Peter and the Church of John, which has prolonged until today: the waiting Era for the two Popes. Who is the “barefoot saint”? When will he arrive? Who announced him first? All of these questions bring us far back in time. Why did Leonardo da Vinci paint the “Salvador Mundi” and the John's gesture using a mathematical formula straightly deduced of the Shroud? What the Shroud really says to us? Why is there so much fear around the discoveries in Qumran? We're going to point out correspondences, observations and reflections that reveal a clear state of affairs of this third millennium.< Less
Commentary for Benedictine Oblates on the Rule of St. Benedict By G.A. Simon & Leonard J. Doyle (Translator)
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The Commentary on the Rule takes into account the long history of commentary on St. Benedict’s rule and discusses this history at length in the introduction. Each chapter has a selection of the... More > rule, following the divisions of dates on which sections of the rule are read in monasteries, then a commentary on that section, followed by an application, through 72 chapters completing the entire Rule. The commentary makes use of the very lengthy Monastic Tradition, works of the Church Fathers, Eastern Monasticism, the Scholastics and others, as well as commentary on text criticism in regards to the original Latin of the rule itself. This wonderful text, though it is intended for Benedictine Oblates, is a worthy resource for anyone that would like to know more about the rule of St. Benedict. This is book is the resource for those trying to learn more about monastic life.< Less
Commentary for Benedictine Oblates on the Rule of St. Benedict By G.A. Simon & Leonard J. Doyle (Translator)
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The Commentary on the Rule takes into account the long history of commentary on St. Benedict’s rule and discusses this history at length in the introduction. Each chapter has a selection of the... More > rule, following the divisions of dates on which sections of the rule are read in monasteries, then a commentary on that section, followed by an application, through 72 chapters completing the entire Rule. The commentary makes use of the very lengthy Monastic Tradition, works of the Church Fathers, Eastern Monasticism, the Scholastics and others, as well as commentary on text criticism in regards to the original Latin of the rule itself. This wonderful text, though it is intended for Benedictine Oblates, is a worthy resource for anyone that would like to know more about the rule of St. Benedict. This is book is the resource for those trying to learn more about monastic life.< Less

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