February 13, 2013

Pope Benedict's Jewish legacy

Brad Hirschfield, Washington Post

Pope Benedict XVI shocked the world by announcing his resignation, effective the end of February, and there are many ways to think about the significance of the event, including both the challenges and the opportunities in Catholic-Jewish relations that may come in the decision’s wake.

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