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Pope to resign: Report
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Pope to resign: Report

Feb 11 2013, 5:32am CST | by

London, Feb 11 (IANS) The Pope is to resign at the end of February, BBC reported Monday.

London, Feb 11 — The Pope is to resign at the end of February, BBC reported Monday. The 85-year-old became Pope Benedict XVI in April 2005 after the death of John Paul II. The reasons behind his...

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Pope to resign: Report

Feb 11 2013, 5:32am CST | by

London, Feb 11 (IANS) The Pope is to resign at the end of February, BBC reported Monday.

London, Feb 11 — The Pope is to resign at the end of February, BBC reported Monday.

The 85-year-old became Pope Benedict XVI in April 2005 after the death of John Paul II.

The reasons behind his surprise resignation is yet to emerge.

The former Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger was 78 when he became the Pope.

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Pope Francis sticks it to creationists

Oct 30 2014 2:14pm CDT | Source: WND

(Salon) — In an exciting declaration, Pope Francis I statedthat God should not seen as a “magician with a magic wand,” while unveiling a statue of his predecessor Pope Benedict XVI at the Pontifical Academy of Sciences. Pope Francis also stated that evolution and the Big Bang theory are both true and not incompatible with the church’s views on the origins of the universe and life. “When we read about Creatio ...
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7 weeks ago

Media Distort Catholic View on Evolution, Paint Pope Francis as Revolutionary

Oct 29 2014 9:09am CDT | Source: Big Government

After Pope Francis referenced the Big Bang and biological evolution this past Monday, a flurry of media reports appeared, contrasting Francis’ views with those of his predecessors and the Catholic tradition. “Pope Francis made a significant rhetorical break with Catholic tradition Monday by declaring that the theories of evolution and the Big Bang are real,” gushed MSNBC. And elsewhere, MSNBC reported that “conservatives in the United States” who have been u ...
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No Big Bang without God, Says Pope Francis

Oct 27 2014 10:30am CDT | Source: Big Government

The Big Bang “doesn’t contradict the intervention of a divine Creator, but demands it,” Pope Francis said Monday morning, because the beginning of the world “is not the work of chaos.” The Pope was addressing the plenary assembly of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, gathered in the Vatican to discuss “Evolving Concepts of Nature.” God is not some sort of wizard, said Francis, but rather “the Creator who brought all things into being.” The origin of the w ...
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