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Benedict XVI assures atheist of need for frank dialogue

There are 2 comments on the DFW Catholic story from Sep 27, 2013, titled Benedict XVI assures atheist of need for frank dialogue. In it, DFW Catholic reports that:

Vatican City, Sep 27, 2013 / 02:06 am .- In a letter to Italian mathematician Piergiorgio Odifreddi, who is an atheist, the former Pope, Benedict XVI, affirmed the professor's desire for open and honest dialogue as the path to truth.

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Since: Sep 10


#1 Oct 1, 2013
Vindictive, aka Ratfink, and can start by turning over the records on every pedophile priest to the police in the countries they live in. Otherwise, nazi pope II (pius XII was the first) can FOAD.

Royston, UK

#2 Oct 2, 2013
I was looking in the tat shops by the Vatican nearly three years after JP2 died. There was still almost no Ratzinger memorabilia - just one tea towel that had JP2 on one side and him on the other.

You feel that the Vatican wants paedo protector Ratzinger to be the pope time forgot.

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