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Benedict XVI and Castro, the summit

March 27, 2012


I find it remarkable that the independent press in the Free World to pay attention to the meeting of two dictatorial rulers. At least, the meeting appears to be an example of diplomacy: one avoids asking for political prisoners and the other avoids asking about pedophilia.

Hans Küng on the Church’s celibacy quagmire

April 25, 2010


The New York Review of Books published an article by Hans Küng, the Catholic theologian forbidden to teach by the pope. Küng blames the compulsory celibacy imposed on Catholic priests for most of the sexual scandals haunting the Church and demands Rome to abolish it. According to Küng, there are no reasons on any kind […]

Benedict XVI, the Love master

August 16, 2009


Don’t you love when somebody gives lessons about something he voluntary vowed to ignore about? Catholics are starting to get filled up with his detachment from real dramatic issues. This illustration was done in the middle of a violent attack by an Argentine Bishop (Msgr. Aguer) against a set of instructions issued by the Education […]