Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[by Amy Welborn]|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 folded sheet (8 p.) :|
A book called Joseph and Chico: A Cat Recounts the Life of Pope Benedict XVI was published in which told the story of the Pope's life from the feline Chico's perspective. This story was inspired by an orange tabby Pentling cat, which belonged to the family next door. Created cardinal: 27 June , by Paul VI. Retired Pope Benedict XVI has reemerged as the co-author of a new book expressing his belief in priestly celibacy, a potential point of conflict with Pope Francis after bishops in the recent synod Author: Vandana Rambaran. Pope Benedict XVI’s iconic life of Jesus, a rich, compelling, flesh-and-blood portrait of the central figure of the Christian faith. “This book is my personal search ‘for the face of the Lord.’”—Benedict XVICited by: Looking for books by Benedict XVI? See all books authored by Benedict XVI, including Jesus von Nazareth, and Jesus of Nazareth, Part Two: Holy Week: From the Entrance into Jerusalem to the Resurrection, and more on
A new book by Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI and Cardinal Robert Sarah will discuss the priesthood and clerical celibacy, and what the authors see as threats and challenges facing priestly ministry in. “News: Retired Pope Benedict XVI has coauthored a book w/ Cardinal Sarah to defend practice of celibate priesthood in the Catholic Church,” McElwee wrote on : Dorothy Cummings Mclean. The following is a list of books written by Pope Benedict XVI arranged chronologically by German first edition. The English title is included in parentheses. Volk und Haus Gottes in Augustins Lehre von der Kirche (The People and House of God as Presented in Augustine's Doctrine of Books↙: VATICAN CITY — Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI has contributed to a book by Cardinal Robert Sarah in which they both reflect on the crisis in the priesthood and defend mandatory priestly celibacy in.
Author Peter Seewald has conducted four book-length interviews with Benedict XVI. The first, “Salt of the Earth,” was published in , when the future pope was prefect of the Vatican. Retired Pope Benedict XVI said he did not co-author a book seen as undercutting his successor Pope Francis, according to his private secretary, Georg Gaenswein. The former pope Benedict XVI has requested the removal of his name as the co-author of a controversial new book in which he spoke out against allowing married men to . The current fracas surrounding Benedict XVI and a new book on priestly celibacy is eerily reminiscent of the tempest that erupted in / around St. John Paul II’s alleged endorsement of.