Pope's Resignation is Act of 'Courage and Humility,' Bishop Says

Feb 11, 2013 Full story: Patch.com

"Pope Benedict XVI's decision to resign on Feb. 28 is "an act of great courage and humility," Allentown Diocese Bishop John Barres said in a statement issued Monday.

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Pastor Edson Sanecki

Quezon City, Philippines

#1 Feb 11, 2013
Although I'm not a Roman Catholic, I feel that we should be praying for the Catholic Church as they seek a new Pope. They are going through trying times and a new Vision and direction is needed. Perhaps someone younger, maybe someone more biblical and evangelically minded. God can restore any church if they confess their sins and repent and turn back to basics. As an example to preach the Word of God, preach a Real Salvation Message (the Gospel) and let's get away from all the side issues. I'm praying for them.

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