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Ratzinger 1966 - An Unexpected Prophet

It is pretty much a commonplace today that at the time of the Council Fr Josef Ratzinger was to be counted among the conciliar young turks, channeling the Rhine into the Tiber, a progressive, if not so radical as his colleague Küng. 1,842 more words

Church Life

Adjudication in the The Case of the Pope: Global Child Trafficking and Murder


Posted on April 10, 2014 by admin

The International Common Law Court of Justice – Criminal Trial Division, Brussels

Adjudication in the The Case of the Pope: Global Child Trafficking and Murder… 947 more words

Massive Deaths of Aboriginal Children in Canada Officially Admitted: Genocide Verdict and Kevin Annett's Work Finally Vindicated

Historic Breaking News from The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS)

Monday, March 31, 2014

“Canada, the and the Vatican stand guilty as charged as disestablished criminal bodies” – International Common Law Court of Justice, Brussels… 516 more words

Earth & Humanity's Hidden History

Ab ins Nirvana...

Nirvana – Auflösung ins Nichts. Da fühlen sich alle Nihilisten angesprochen. Zu Unrecht, Nirvana bedeutet nicht nichts.

Als in den Sechziger- und Siebzigerjahren des vorigen Jahrhunderts die weltanschauliche Abwanderung der Jugendlichen nach Asien begann, war es zuerst eine Yogawelle – hatten doch sogar die Beatles einen Guru – und dann begann die Faszination für den Buddhismus. 500 more words


Pedophilia, Satanic Ritual Abuse and the Coverup that will leave you breathless!

On January 25, 2014, Queen Elizabeth and UK Prime Minister David Cameron were issued arrest warrants. The two were charged with sexual crimes against children as part of an international pedophile ring.

Reading: Jesus of Nazareth by Pope Benedict XVI

Jesus of Nazareth: From the Baptism in the Jordan to the Transfiguration (Doubleday, 2007) is the first of a trilogy of books written by Joseph Ratzinger/Pope Benedict XVI about the life and teachings of Jesus. 579 more words


Being and Its Relational Ground: From Another and Toward the Other

Recently, I read a beautiful article from Joseph Ratzinger (Benedict XVI). In it, he identifies and develops an understanding of “person”, especially in light of its origin in the experience of Scripture and thus of belief in the Triune God and the revelation of Jesus Christ. 1,166 more words

Pope Benedict XVI/ Joseph Ratzinger