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Cardinal Ratzinger and the New Papal Revolution

A fascinating article from www.chiesa's Sandro Magister on why the legacy of John Paul II, digested and filtered through the thought of Cardinal Ratzinger, may guide the Church in the third millennium.

This article is another indicator of why I think der PanzerKardinal will throw a lot of weight around at the conclave.


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