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Texe was Right!
« on: January 28, 2009, 05:48:05 PM »
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  •     The third announcement.

        While I renew with affection the expression of my full and unquestionable solidarity with our brothers receivers of the First Covenant, I hope that the memory of the Shoah leads mankind to reflect on the unpredictable power of evil when it conquers the heart of man. May the Shoah be for all a warning against forgetfulness, against denial or reductionism, because the violence against a single human being is violence against all. No man is an island, a famous poet write. The Shoah particularly teaches, both old an the new generations, that only the tiresome path of listening and dialogue, of love and of forgiveness lead the peoples, the cultures, and the religions of the world to the hoped-for goal of fraternity and peace in truth. May violence never again crush the dignity of man!

    Benedict XVI
    General Audience
    January 28, 2009

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      Looks like Texe Marrs was right about who rules the Vatican.  Check out this weeks audio at:

    http://www.texemarrs.com/make.m3u

       I wish some Protestants would have a decent word for Bishop Williamson. The silence is deafening.

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    Texe was Right!
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    Texe was Right!
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