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Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “Ultimately, in the battle against lies and violence, truth and love have no other weapon than the witness of suffering.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “Richard Dawkins’s The Selfish Gene is a classic example of science fiction.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “The relationship between individuals or communities and the environment ultimately stems from their relationship with God. When ’man turns his back on the Creator’s plan, he provokes a disorder which has inevitable repercussions on the rest of the created order.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “One doesn’t begin to be a Christian because of an ethical decision or a great idea, but rather because of an encounter with an event, with a Person, who gives new horizons to life, and with that, a decisive orientation.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “Experience shows that disregard for the environment always harms human coexistence, and vice versa. It becomes more and more evident that there is an inseparable link between peace with creation and peace among men.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “Indeed, beauty is one of mankind’s greatest needs; it is the root from which the branches of our peace and the fruits of our hope come forth. Beauty also reveals God because, like him, a work of beauty is pure gratuity; it calls us to freedom and draws us away from selfishness.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “Dear young people, let me now ask you a question. What will you leave to the next generation? Are you building your lives on firm foundations, building something that will endure?”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “How much we need, in the church and in society, witnesses of the beauty of holiness, witnesses of the splendour of truth, witnesses of the joy and freedom born of a living relationship with Christ!”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “Make sure that every person, of whatever background, can find in you a welcoming heart.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “The freedom to kill is not a true freedom, but a tyranny that reduces human beings to slavery.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “Deeply saddened by the news of the terrorist attacks in central London, the Holy Father offers his fervent prayers for the victims and for all those who mourn.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “Violence against even one human being is violence against all.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “You must know your faith with the same precision with which a specialist in information technology knows the operating system of a computer.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “In silence, we are better able to listen to and understand ourselves; ideas come to birth and acquire depth; we understand with greater clarity what it is we want to say and what we expect from others; and we choose how to express ourselves.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “Civilization is now under the tyranny of relativism.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “God’s love for his people is so great that it turns God against himself, his love against his justice.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “Men and women cannot rest content with a superficial and unquestioning exchange of skeptical opinions and experiences of life – all of us are in search of truth and we share this profound yearning today more than ever...”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “Dancing is not a form of expression for the Christian liturgy.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “Praying actualizes and deepens our communion with God. Our prayer can and should arise above all from our heart, from our needs, our hopes, our joys, our sufferings, from our shame over sin, and from our gratitude from the good. It can and should be a wholly personal prayer.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “The only really effective apologia for Christianity comes down to two arguments, namely, the saints the Church has produced, and the art which has grown in her womb.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “I urge you to continue your fraternal cooperation with one another in the spirit of the community of Christ’s disciples, united in your love for him and in the Gospel that you proclaim.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “May we be enlightened by a ray of the light that comes from Bethlehem, the light of He who is ‘The Greatest’ and made himself small.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “The great tasks facing the ecclesial community in the modern world – and among the many I particularly stress evangelization and ecumenism – are centered on the Word of God and, at the same time, draw therefrom their justification and support.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “Since politics fundamentally should be a moral enterprise, the church in this sense has something to say about politics.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “The horizon of love is truly boundless: it is the whole world!”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “In a world wounded by conflicts, where violence is justified in God’s name, it’s important to repeat that religion can never become a vehicle of hatred, it can never be used in God’s name to justify violence.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “Do not be fooled by those who see you as just another consumer in a market of undifferentiated possibilities, where choice itself becomes the good, novelty usurps beauty, and subjective experience displaces truth.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “In the month of October, the universal Church highlights her missionary vocation. Guided by the Holy Spirit she knows she is called to pursue the work of Jesus himself, proclaiming the Gospel of the Kingdom of God which is “righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit””
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “If only everyone could experience the joy of being Christian, being loved by God Who gave His Son for us!”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “The proclamation and witness of the Gospel are the first service that Christians can offer every person and the whole human race, as they are called to communicate to all the love of God, who manifested himself fully in the only Redeemer of the world, Jesus Christ.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “To suffer with the other and for others; to suffer for the sake of truth and justice; to suffer out of love and in order to become a person who truly loves these are fundamental elements of humanity, and to abandon them would destroy man himself.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “If we take the Lord’s hand and let ourselves be guided by him, the path we take will be right and good.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “As something that breaks out of history and transcends it, the Resurrection nevertheless has its origin within history and up to a certain point still belongs there. Perhaps we could put it this way: Jesus’ Resurrection points beyond history but has left a footprint within history. Therefore it can be attested by witnesses as an event of an entirely new kind.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “The Cross is the approbation of our existence, not in words, but in an act so completely radical that it caused God to become flesh and pierced this flesh to the quick; that, to God, it was worth the death of his incarnate Son.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “Society as a whole must defend the conceived child’s right to life and the true good of the woman who can never, in any circumstances, find fulfilment in the decision to abort.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “We are no longer able to hear God – There are too many frequencies filling our ears.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “By itself, the question of the liturgy’s essence and the standards of the reform has brought us back to the question of music and its position in the liturgy. And as a matter of fact one cannot speak about worship at all without also speaking of the music of worship.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “Every State has the primary duty to protect its own population from grave and sustained violations of human rights, as well as from the consequences of humanitarian crises, whether natural or man-made.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “Vigilance is demanded of Christians as the basic attitude for the “interim time”. This vigilance means, on the one hand, that man does not lock himself into the here and now and concern himself only with tangible things, but that he raises his eyes above the present moment and its immediate urgency. Keeping one’s gaze freely fixed upon God in order to receive from him the criterion of right action and the capacity for it – that is what matters.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “Reason always stands in need of being purified by faith.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “I encourage all of you to discover ever more fully in the Eucharist, the sacrament of Christ’s sacrificial love, the inspiration and strength needed to work ever more generously for the spread of God’s Kingdom and the growth of the civilization of love.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “Perhaps reluctantly we come to acknowledge that there are also scars which mark the surface of our Earth-erosion, deforestation, the squandering of the world’s mineral and ocean resources in order to fuel an insatiable consumption.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “That the different Christian confessions, aware of the need for a new evangelisation in this period of profound transformations, may be committed to announcing the Good News and moving towards the full unity of all Christians in order to offer a more credible testimony of the Gospel.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “What a treasure is hidden in two small words: ‘thank you!’”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “As a spiritual being, the human creature is defined through interpersonal relations. The more authentically he or she lives these relations, the more his or her own personal identity matures. It is not by isolation that man establishes his worth, but by placing himself in relation with others and with God.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “May you always experience the joy that comes from putting Christ at the centre of your lives.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “Liberty isn’t liberalism, arbitrariness, but it’s connected; it’s conditioned by the great values of love and solidarity and in general by the good.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “The wrath of God is a way of saying that I have been living in a way that is contrary to the love that is God. Anyone who begins to live and grow away from God, who lives away from what is good, is turning his life toward wrath.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “The fundamental human right, the presupposition of every other right, is the right to life itself. This is true of life from the moment of conception until its natural end. Abortion, consequently, cannot be a human right – it is the very opposite. It is a deep wound in society.”
Pope Benedict XVI Quote: “Grant that we may be one flock and one shepherd. Do not allow your net to be torn, help us to be servants of unity.”
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