Pope Benedict Pentecost homily

May 24, 2010

Wednesday 27 May



Monday 25 May

In St Peter’s basilica yesterday morning Pope Benedict preached in Italian. I have to wait for the translation online to know what he said, but the news services give a summary.

When the full translation appears I will copy it to here.

Meantime you might appreciate a glimpse of his reflection:

look under ‘where is the Church’, ‘wind in the sails’ and ‘window to universal Church’

Catholic News (nothing there yet but there should be later today)

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