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Msgr. Lorenzo Albacete on Benedict XVI

I came across this interview a while back, featuring Msgr. Lorenzo Albacete, national spiritual director of the Communion and Liberation movement, in an interview with TV personality Charlie Rose. However, I hadn't taken the time to read it.

I am disappointed I hadn't looked at it sooner. Full of Albacete's quick wit, the interview is simply a wonderful introduction to the man formerly known as Joseph Ratzinger. There are lots of tidbits and quotes you won't want to miss.

Also, if you love the man's perspective, Albacete has a really neat book out entitled, "God at the Ritz."


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